A seguito del processo di revisione del Comitato Scientifico alcune sessioni sono state accorpate ed altre non attivate. I lavori sottomessi per le sessioni che non hanno raggiunto il numero minimo per l'attivazione sono stati spostati in altre ritenute di maggior pertinenza. In conseguenza di questo è stata predisposta anche una nuova numerazione. 

P1   -   S1 Tectonics and sedimentation
P2   -   S2 Evolution of sedimentary basins: an integrated approach
P3/P5   -   S3 Oceanic lithosphere and subduction factory
P4   -   S4 Exhumation processes
P6   -   S5 Adria Plate
P7   -   S6 Coupling deep mantle structures with surface processes and magmatism along the Tethyian margin
P8   -   S7 Dynamics of the Earth interior
P9/P10   -   S8 Impact of Renewable and Geo-Energies
P11   -   S9 Hydrogeological environments: challenges and advances
P13   -   S10 Earthquakes and Tsunami
P14   -   S11 Volcanic Hazard in the terrestrial and marine environment
P15   -   S12 Landslides in the terrestrial and marine environment
P16   -   S13 Floods
P17   -   S14 Geo-pollutants
P18   -   S15 Coastal erosion
P19   -   S16 Extreme environments
P20   -   S17 Carbonate rocks: from sedimentation to diagenesis
P21   -   S18 Geology and ecosystems
P22   -   S19 Paleo-climatic transitions
P23   -   S20 Resilience of oceanic ecosystems preserved in the geological record
P24   -   S21 Holocene climate
P25   -   S22 Quaternary climate and sea level change
P26   -   S23 The cosmic challenge: from interplanetary dust to the bricks of life
P27   -   S24 The contribution of geology to the knowledge of solar system bodies
P28   -   S25 Urban Geology and Geomorphology
P30   -   S26 Geo-heritage, geoparks, geo-itineraries
P31   -   S27 Geology, food and health
P34   -   S28 Geosciences at School 2021
P35   -   S29 Open Session


P3 Disclosing the subduction factory e P5 Dynamics of the oceanic lithosphere sono confluite nella S3

S3.Oceanic lithosphere and subduction factory

P9 Transition to renewable energy e P10 Geo-Energy and Hazards sono confluite nella S8

S8. Impact of Renewables and Geo-Energies
The world is undergoing a radical transformation in the way energy is produced and used, shifting to a cleaner, and more efficient energy system, where industry and research organizations are working together to speed up this transformation and to facilitate the achievement of the ambitious climate and energy targets through the decarbonisation of the energy sector. All the renewable energy resources are related to the Earth subsurface (heat, water) and its atmosphere (wind, solar) can guarantee the effective reduction of greenhouse gas emission to zero and even to a negative emission balance. At the same time, the continuous use of non-renewable subsurface energies requires further studies relating to possible geological and environmental risks in order to increase the security and resilience of communities. In general the use and sustainable development of subsoil energy resources requires a deeper knowledge of the impacts of production activities on territory and communities. The session is intended to be an interdisciplinary opportunity to broaden the audience and improve knowledge on subsurface energy resources research on: i) subsoil characterization, ii) monitoring, iii) assessment of potential resources and risks, iv) mitigation of potential impacts. Contributions about the possible approaches to the topic are expected from scientific researchers, exploration and production Companies and land management Authorities.


P12 Marine resources and hydrothermalism
P29 Geoarcheology
P32 Geo-data science
P33 Petrological and numerical tools to unravel the dynamics of Earth’s interior