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IJEGE 11 - Volume 01
This paper is a follow-up of a preliminary report on the same subject, which was posted on the website of this Journal on 25 March 2011. The report investigated the ground motion records of the Honshu earthquake of 11 March 2011, made available by the Japanese accelerometric networks KIK-NET and K-NET and by an Italian seismometric network, operated by the CERI Research Centre (Sapienza University of Rome) and located in the central Apennines. The paper highlights some kinematic and spectral features iden
IJEGE 11 - Volume 01
The general structure of a new methodology, named IDRAIM (sistema IDRomorfologico di valutazione, AnalisI e Monitoraggio dei corsi d’acqua), aimed at a hydromorphological assessment and analysis of streams is presented. In particular, a stream Morphological Quality Index (IQM) developed for the hydromorphological classification required by the European Water Framework Directive 2000/60/EC (WFD) is illustrated. The methodological approach is based on integration of field surveys with remote sensing
IJEGE 11 - Volume 01
This work is aimed to the hydrostructural characterisation of a portion of the Mt. Cambio aquifer system (eastern Reatini Mountains) and the hydrodynamic study of perennial suspended springs for which time series data on discharge are available. The outcropping lithotypes belong to the Umbro-Marchigiano-Sabina Succession (pelagic basin sediments, mainly fine-grained and well-stratified), interfingered with detritic flows. A synform structure was identified, including associated undulations, minor folds and
IJEGE 11 - Volume 01
Casalabate is an outlying ward of Lecce located on the Adriatic Sea shore, over the time this small village has undergone remarkable hydrogeologic disturbance resulting in the collapse of some dwellings and the condemn of many others. In order to find out the causes, an accurate multidisciplinary investigation planning has been implemented. This includes a geological survey with 23 boreholes, a georadar investigation, as well as chemical-physical analyses, thermo-saline logging and groundwater flow velocit
IJEGE 11 - Volume 01
Debris flows initiated by surface-water runoff during short duration, moderate- to high-intensity rainfall are common in steep, rocky, and sparsely vegetated terrain. Yet large uncertainties remain about the potential for a flow to grow through entrainment of loose debris, which make formulation of accurate mechanical models of debris-flow routing difficult. Using a combination of in situ measurements of debris flow dynamics, video imagery, tracer rocks implanted with passive integrated transponders (PIT)
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