First International Scientific Workshop on GARDEN (Lake Garda Environmental system); Trento, Italy, 2 February 2017
Along faults in the Central Apennine Mountains, weather and landslides may cause rock exposure that is mistakenly attributed to earthquakes.
Researchers have developed a new numerical model that can, for the first time, solve for both the speed and the path of a propagating dike.
Scientists studying Earth's ancient oceans use a new method to measure ocean acidification and its effect on extinction events.
Results show that caldera collapse attributed to a super eruption almost 40,000 years ago was smaller than what scientists expected. So what might have really happened?
The clock may be ticking for Italy's Campi Flegrei caldera, a region with a pattern of numerous and sometimes large explosive eruptions. The next explosion could be less than 100 years away.
For the past 25 years, power production has been accompanied by a small but steady increase in seismicity near geothermal wells. A new project seeks to explore why.
A new project elucidates the relationships between tectonics and volcanic systems and how they influence hazards on Italy's Mount Etna and Vulcano and Lipari islands.
Researchers investigate what factors influence how particles from a plume spread following a volcanic eruption.
The Eruptive Precursors project in Campi Flegrei, Italy, seeks to understand conditions leading to caldera eruptions.