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IJEGE 18 - Volume 01
IJEGE 18 - Volume 01
In Italy, during the last decades, the coasts have undergone an intensification of erosive processes. This has led to many problems due to the proximity of communication routes (like roads and railways) and inhabited areas to the coast. One of the most affected areas is the coast of Belvedere Marittimo, located on the Tyrrhenian side of Calabria, South Italy. The erosional crisis of the beaches is certainly due to the increasingly urbanization of the territory, both coastal and inland, which prevents normal
IJEGE 18 - Volume 01
Hydrogeological and seismic hazard assessment on Italian territory has been recently regulated by the Italian Law n. 100/2012. This law states that the regional civil protection offices are responsible for devising and actuating securety procedures in the aftermath of flood, landslide and earthquake phenomena, through the evacuation maps drawn by municipal offices. To this end, local administrations have to perform hazard studies at urban scale in order to draw hazard maps. To map landslide susceptibility
IJEGE 18 - Volume 01
In the frame of early warning and risk mitigation studies for landslide processes involving rock masses, two quarry areas (Cala Rossa Bay in Sicily and Acuto in Central Italy) were monitored with SNS (Seismic Navigation System) arrays. In this study, 73 rockfalls were simulated by launches of rock blocks. This allowed to perform a back analysis for defining the best seismic velocity model of the subsoil half-space; the records related to each impact caused by the rock block launch were managed by the nanose
IJEGE 18 - Volume 01
The study area is located in the Monteverde Hill, urban area of the Rome City (Italy). Gravelly-sandy-silty geological formations outcrop in it. The aim of the present study was to outline the local groundwater circulation for contributing to accomplish a drainage system for preventing water infiltration in building basements. Local hydrogeological setting is very fragmented. The stratigraphical, hydrogeological, hydrochemical and piezometric data evidenced the presence of deep saturated sandy levels/len
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