New field measurements using terrestrial laser scanning provide a detailed, centimeter-scale image of surface deformation patterns caused by the Magnitude 6.6 earthquake in Norcia, Italy.
Stromboli’s volcanic cone may have suffered multiple flank collapses between the 14th and 16th centuries, triggering tsunamis that led to the abandonment of the island.
The accord, initiated by 10 Italian science institutions, hopes to provide temporary opportunities for some refugees until they can safely return to their home countries.
An integrated interpretation of well and seismic reflection data from Italy’s Po Valley shows the range’s undulations are controlled by the slope and composition of two major gliding horizons.
A network of buoys provides a first glimpse of the seafloor beneath a volatile Italian caldera.
Readings from a sensor for the radioactive gas near summit craters of the Italian volcano reveal signatures of such processes as seismic rock fracturing and sloshing of groundwater and other fluids.
More than 37,000 small earthquakes paint a picture of the fault’s behavior and seismic potential.
Scientists use 3-D imaging to reveal Solfatara crater’s inner plumbing.
An unmanned aerial vehicle provided the high-resolution data that allowed scientists to construct their first detailed map of erupting vents at Stromboli, one of the world’s most active volcanoes.
A new 3-D model shows how wind affects hydrodynamic mixing in a northern Italian lake.