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Antonio Polo Sanchez Sep 14
Continuing working in volcanology after but in Italy. The picture shows an ignimbrite ramp at . This structure, hosted in mesozoic limestone, was formed by the denser part of a pyroclastic flow coming from caldera.
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Italia Slow Tour 23 Jan 19
*Brand new in the area of : new episodes every Wednesday!* First one: The Cumaean Sibyl... In the area of , we look for the Sibyl's lair, a holy place on the ashes of an extinct volcano...
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ArcheologiaSubacquea 7 Mar 19
The of back in Italy, in the Archaeological Museum of the , near Naples.
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Cardiff Uni School of Earth & Ocean Sciences Oct 7
Did you know that the majority of volcanic eruptions occur underwater?🌋 Come along to the next public lecture series ': Italy’s restless giant' by Wim Degruyter to learn more! All Welcome 📅 Tuesday 8th October ⏲️18:30-20:00 pm
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Antonio Polo Sanchez Feb 15
My end in Italian volcanoes. Pictures from (), Phonolitic tephrite of 1944 eruption in , and Varicolor tuff (). One of the best field works of my career. Supervised by Tim Druitt and Andrew Harris.
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The Watchers Apr 30
Large-scale pre-historic Campi Flegrei eruption identified, reducing recurrence interval - Naples, Italy
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@garattoni_luca Nov 8
From ’ s vineyards in view of Far away you can see the other end of the Gulf of Naples, near Sorrento
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camillamarino 8 Mar 19
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Phys.org Apr 25
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Jacopo K. Natale 11 Apr 19
Hey there people! Let’s visit my poster at X2-276 and I’ll tell you a story about my master thesis multiscale seismic reflection investigation on caldera! A lot of faults beneath the sea! 🌋
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Lara Smale 🌋 13 Feb 19
My weirdest reference. An 1844 book describing tests on gases that accumulated in caverns at Agnano prior to drainage in 1870. They included; shooting pistols (smoke settles on top of CO2 layers) and time for various animals to asphyxiate😱
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Alison MacLeod Apr 6
How have I never seen this before! Great dynamic graphic for eruptive history of the Campi Flegrei region, thanks to Danielle Charlton from . What?? Yes, I might have a virtual fieldclass to put together!
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Alessandro Novellino Feb 5
I was finally able to be involved in a research focused on my birthplace ❤️🇮🇹 Analysis of ground deformation at the Thanks to and, of course, The paper is available at:
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Tech Nation News Aug 26
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Chiara Macor May 23
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UCL Hazard Centre 18 Mar 19
It’s fieldwork time! The MSc Geophysical students have arrived in Italy for a week investigating volcano unrest and it’s impacts at , the AD 79 eruption of and landslide hazard amongst other things. Have a great time! 🌋⛈️🌊 🇮🇹
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EVPLab_RomaTre 31 Jan 19
Plenary lecture about Campi Flegrei history by Prof. Roberto Scandone @gianfij
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Pipo De kloon Nov 27
in could cause an of the in . Also a new can cause eruption of the as well
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Lara Smale 🌋 Jan 29
Fun afternoon teaching the ’s Geophysical Hazards students R programming and all things at with . Lots of successful scripts! 🤓💻🌋
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