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Authors: Di Roberto, A.*
Rosi, M.*
Bertagnini, A.*
Marani, M. P.*
Gamberi, F.*
Editors: Mosher, D. C.; Geological Survey of Canada, Natural Resources Canada - Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Nova Scotia, Canada
Shipp, R. C.; Shell International E & P Inc. Houston, TX, USA
Moscardelli, L.; Bureau of Economic Geology, Jackson School of Geosciences, The University of Texas at Austin, TX, USA
Chaytor, J. D.; United States Geological Survey, Woods Hole Science Center, Woods Hole, MA, USA
Baxter, C. D. P.; Departments of Ocean/Civil and Environmental Engineering, Narragansett Bay Campus, Unversity of Rhode Island
Lee, H. J.; U. S. Geological Survey, CA, USA
Urgeles, R.; Departament d'Estratigrafi a, Paleontologia iGeociències Marines, Facultat de Geologia, Universitat de Barcelona, Martì i Franquès, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
Title: Distal Turbidites and Tsunamigenic Landslides of Stromboli Volcano (Aeolian Islands, Italy)
Issue Date: 2010
ISBN: 978-90-481-3071-9
Keywords: Landslide
Abstract: On 30 December 2002, a 25-30 × 106 m3 landslide on the NW flank of Stromboli volcano produced a tsunami that caused relevant damage to the Stromboli village and to the neighboring islands of the Aeolian archipelago. The NW flank of Stromboli has been the site of several, cubic kilometer-scale, landslides during the past 13 ka. In this paper we present sedimentological and compositional data of deep-sea cores recovered from a site located about 24 km north of the island. Our preliminary results indicate that: (i) turbidity currents were effectively generated by the large-scale failures and (ii) volcanogenic turbidity current deposits retain clues of the landslide source and slope failure dynamics. By analogy with Hawaii and the Canary islands we confirm that deep-sea sediments can be effectively used to assess the age and scale of past landslide events giving an important contribution to the tsunami hazard assessment of this region.
Appears in Collections:04.04.04. Marine geology
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04.08.08. Volcanic risk

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