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IJEGE 17 - Volume 02
IJEGE 17 - Volume 02
This study identified and characterized an important and complex Quaternary structure, the Celano-Cittareale Fault System (CCFS), crossing NNW/SSE-NW/SE through the entire area of the L’Aquila 2009 seismic sequence. The CCFS, which develops from the Fucino Plain and further north to Cittareale, is locally segmented by NE-SW/NNE-SSW transversal/oblique faults. It is a regional flower structure, deeply rooted in the crust, mainly NE-dipping and overall high-angle, characterized during the Quaternary by left
IJEGE 17 - Volume 02
This study presents the characterization of the recharge zone and the water renewal mechanisms of the Gorgovivo spring, which feeds the aqueduct of the Ancona province and represents one of the most important water resources in central Italy. Measurements of chemical, isotopic and tritium contents were taken to get a detailed understanding of the hydrogeological setting and water circulation features. The isotopic investigation carried out in this study was performed thanks to the presence of different gaug
IJEGE 17 - Volume 02
Debris flows are among the most dangerous natural hazards in mountainous areas. In European Alps, they are associated to summer heavy rainfalls and can be extremely destructive. Nevertheless, their rheology, at field scale, is still not well known. These mixtures of debris, water and air behave as non-Newtonian fluids, with a plastic yield strength, a high bulk density and a high dynamic viscosity. Indeed, these parameters are difficult to measure in the field. In this paper, data from a monitoring system
IJEGE 17 - Volume 02
This work analyses the characteristics and state of preservation of the historical perimeter walls of the town of Senigallia (Ancona Province, Italy) and faces the problems tied to its degradation. This situation, in conjunction with incautious urban planning, has caused the loss of a sense of unity of the work, now absorbed and scattered in the current urban fabric; this renders its proper fruition difficult, arriving up to today’s situation in which the risk of being structurally compromised has arisen.
IJEGE 17 - Volume 02
Ranging in size from very small to tremendous, landslides often cause loss of life and damage to infrastructure, property and the environment. They are triggered by a variety and combinations of causes among which the role of water and seismic shaking have the most serious consequences. In this regard, seismic wave amplification due to topography as well as to the impedance contrast between the landslide mass and its underlying bedrock are of particular interest. Therefore, high resolution reconstruction of
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