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Authors: Marturano, A.*
Aiello, G.*
Barra, D.*
Fedele, L.*
Grifa, C.*
Morra, V.*
Berg, R.*
Varone, A.*
Title: Evidence for Holocenic uplift at Somma-Vesuvius
Title of journal: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research
Series/Report no.: /184(2009)
Publisher: Elsevier
Issue Date: Jun-2009
DOI: 10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2009.05.020
Keywords: ground uplift
Somma-Vesuvius
Pompeii
Holocene
Abstract: Detailed stratigraphical, archaeological, micropalaeontological, archaeometrical and petrochemical analyses of samples from trenches and boreholes at insula of Casti Amanti, in Pompeii, allowed a faithful reconstruction of the recent environmental evolution of the site. The present data clearly indicate the alternation of both subaerial and shallow marine conditions during Holocene times. Taking into account the relative local sea level variations, a ~30 m ground uplift event in the last 6 kyr (with an average vertical uplift rate of ~5 mm/yr) was inferred for the first time.
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