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|Authors: ||Vannoli, P.*|
|Title: ||Identification of areas of potential soil instability and/or fault rupture through aerial photos and geomorphological studies|
|Issue Date: ||2006|
|Series/Report no.: ||GOCE-CT|
|Keywords: ||GEOMORPHOLOGICAL STUDIES|
|Abstract: ||The geomorphologic investigation yields information about specific topographic features
(e.g. sharp ridges) and landforms of particular interest for microzoning purposes (e.g.
paleo-hydrography elements). The geomorphological study is also a useful contribution to
constrain earthquake ground shaking scenarios.
The geomorphological study of the municipal area of about 182 km2 of Catania was
performed through photo interpretation.|
|Appears in Collections:||04.04.03. Geomorphology|
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