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IJEGE 15 - Volume 02
IJEGE 15 - Volume 02
The focus of this study is to examine the use of borehole flow measuring procedures, in order to support conventional methods and information used to characterize heterogeneous aquifers. In general stratigraphic logs, data from pumping tests and piezometric monitoring are used. In this study a combined approach of vertical and horizontal borehole flow measurements and piezometric monitoring is described, to complete and merge available data for the accurate modeling of a complex aquifer. Vertical thermo-flo
IJEGE 15 - Volume 02
Ischia Island was the scenario of several Holocene slope instability events occurred at different scales, from shallow mass movements, triggered by meteo-climatic events, up to massive rock slope failures such as large debris avalanches often related to volcano-tectonic dynamics of a resurgent caldera. The present study focuses on the gravitational deformation that involves Mt. Nuovo, located in the western portion of Mt. Epomeo resurgent block, highlighting the complexity of the ongoing slope deformation.
IJEGE 15 - Volume 02
Debris flows are landslides that may involve large volumes of material and, due to their rapid propagation, they may be potentially dangerous for human lives and lifelines. The use of passive structures, i.e. geosynthetic reinforced earth structures, able to resist to high impact energies, should ensure a low environmental impact. To develop design methods for passive protective structures, the impact forces due to debris flows on these structures must be known. In order to study the impact forces, exper
IJEGE 15 - Volume 02
A detailed knowledge of the subsoil setting is an extremely important issue for a correct risk reduction policy, especially if dealing with urban areas hosting cultural heritage, that enhance risk conditions even under low geo-hazard levels, as in the case of Rome. In general terms, the reliability of risk assessments related to geo-hazards is strictly dependent on the resolution of the reference geological model. The here presented study exemplifies an integrated methodology aimed at refining the knowledge
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