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P20. Characterisation, monitoring and modelling of rock-fluid and fluid-fluid interaction processes within the crust using multidisciplinary approaches


Congressi SGI-SIMP

  • Serena Panebianco - Dipartimento di Fisica e Scienze della Terra, Università di Ferrara
  • Tony Alfredo Stabile - (IMAA, CNR), Potenza
  • Michele Paternoster- Università della Basilicata
  • Guido Maria Adinolfi - Università di Torino
  • Dario Buttitta - Università della Basilicata

Volcanic activity, landslides, sinkholes, floods and subsidence phenomena, as well as most earthquakes, are strongly influenced by rock-fluid and fluid-fluid interaction processes. Geophysical and geochemical processes, including heat transport, deposit creation and hydrocarbon deposit formation, can modify the pristine composition and isotopic signature of fluids. In this perspective, it is essential to accurately characterise fluid storage and/or track their migration through the crust since changes in their compositional characteristics and isotopic signature can keep trace of the incurred processes. The session focuses on the most recent findings in theoretical research, field studies, modelling aspects, and experimental advances in the detection and tracking of fluid movements and/or pore fluid-pressure diffusion in different environments, as well as the analysis of their relationship with the natural and anthropogenic seismicity.
We welcome contributions from large and multidisciplinary scientific communities on improvements in seismic, geochemical and deformation monitoring, characterization and space-time variations of geochemical, electrical and seismic elastic/anelastic crustal properties, multidisciplinary studies combining geological, geochemical and geophysical observations and different data types, thermo-rheological modelling, secondary process quantifications and global carbon budget.
Multidisciplinary approaches, Rock-fluid interaction, Fluid-fluid interaction, Fluid detection and tracking, Global carbon budget, Earthquakes, Induced seismicity, Geophysical and Geochemical processes, Thermo-rheological modelling, Seismic and Geochemical monitoring, Deformation monitoring


Grazia De Landro, Università degli Studi di Napoli
"Decade-long monitoring of seismic velocity changes at the Irpinia fault system (southern Italy) reveals pore pressure pulsations"
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