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Authors: Basili, R.*
Barba, S.*
Burrato, P.*
Fracassi, U.*
Kastelic, V.*
Tiberti, M. M.*
Vannoli, P.*
Stramondo, S.*
Tolomei, C.*
Soligo, M.*
Tuccimei, P.*
Title: Deliverable # 3.01.1 Technical report illustrating the results obtained in the Crotone Peninsula based on geological and InSAR data
Issue Date: 31-May-2010
Series/Report no.: INGV-DPC 2007-2009
S1 D3.01.1
Keywords: Crotone
Calabrian Arc
U/Th dating
Radiocarbon dating
coastal terrace
Abstract: This work was aimed at collecting data to estimating the rate of uplift over several temporal scales. The analysis includes a very short-term analysis (tens of years) of InSAR data, a middle-term analysis of Holocene geological data, and a long-term analysis of Middle-Late Pleistocene geological data. After a preliminary reconnaissance in a large area, all final datasets focus strictly on the area of the Crotone Peninsula. The techniques applied span from Small Baseline Subset Interferometric SAR, to classic geomorphic and stratigraphic analysis aided by radiocarbon and U/Th dating.
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