su segnalazione della collega Barbara Lolli, si inoltra una comunicazione relativa alla sessione "P13. Earthquakes and tsunami", prevista in occasione del 90° Congresso della Società Geologica Italiana (Trieste, 13-17 Settembre 2021). La deadline per la sottomissione dei riassunti è estesa alla data: 8 giugno 2021.
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We would like to invite you to submit an abstract to the session:
P13. Earthquakes and tsunami within the 90th Conference of the Società Geologica Italiana that will be held in Trieste (Italy) on September 13-17, 2021.
The deadline for the abstract submission has been extended until June 8, 2021 (19:00 CET/UTC+1 hours).
We are pleased to announce the invited speakers for the session:
Prof. Giulio Di Toro (University of Padova)
Prof. Alberto Armigliato (University of Bologna)
Please find below the abstract of the session, whereas further information can be found at the webpage of the Conference http://www.geoscienze.org/trieste2021/index.php/en/
We look forward to receiving your contributions,
Fabrizio, Luisa, Barbara, Federica, Susi e Andrea.
P13. Earthquakes and tsunami
Conveners: Fabrizio Romano [INGV], Luisa Valoroso [INGV], Barbara Lolli [INGV], Federica Ferrarini [University of Chieti-Pescara], Susi Pepe [CNR - IREA], Andrea Magrin [OGS]
Corresponding e-mail: email@example.com
Earthquakes, and the related tsunamis, are one of the most damaging manifestations of the motion of tectonic plates deforming the Earth's crust. Mitigation of the seismic and tsunami risk for human populations and cultures relies upon our ability to correctly understand the level of hazard characterizing a region. Hence, a correct evaluation of the seismic and tsunami hazard requires the knowledge of the geometry of active faults, the physical conditions and the processes underlying seismo- and tsunamigenesis. In the last 20 years, a large amount of geophysical data has been collected during moderate-to-large earthquakes and tsunamis. This data together with results from laboratory experiments, analysis of paleoseismological data and historical records, geological field mapping and structural analysis of faults, as well as ocean and continental scientific drilling have shown the importance of the multidisciplinary approach to study the complexity of the seismic rupture propagation, and their link with the tsunamigenesis. In this session, we invite multidisciplinary contributions at the frontiers between Geology, Seismology, Geodesy, Rock Mechanics, Tectonics and their applications, to foster a comprehensive understanding of the faulting processes and of the key parameters controlling the physics of earthquakes and tsunamis, with a particular focus on the Euro-Mediterranean area. Studies based on ocean and continental scientific drilling are also welcomed.