The southern Tuscany territory is characterized by a wide range of lithologies and geological structures, due to poliphasic, compressional and extensional, northern Apennine evolution; subsequently gravitational processes, more or less deep, have complicated the geological framework. The Mt. Civitella represents an optimal example of gravitational and tectonics processes superimposition; this area is a good case of study to apply a multidisciplinary approach between traditional methodologies and technologically advanced methodologies, useful for the evolutionary models reconstruction, beginning from the brittle deformation, one of the most important causes for DSGSD. IN fact, the aim of this project is to comprise the relationships between brittle tectonics model and DSGSD (deep seated gravitational slope deformation) features.
|Titolo:||Analisi dei rapporti tra DGPV e tettonica fragile in Toscana meridionale: il Monte Civitella, Castell’Azzara (GR) [Analysis of the relationships between DSGSD and brittle tectonics in southern Tuscany: Mount Civitella, Castell'Azzara (GR)]|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|