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Authors: Santoro, Enrico*
Ferranti, Luigi*
Passaro, Salvatore*
Burrato, Pierfrancesco*
Morelli, Danilo*
Title: Morphometric analysis in the offshore of the southern Taranto Gulf: unveiling the structures controlling the Late Pleistocene-Holocene bathymetric evolution
Editors: Critelli, Salvatore
Muto, Francesco
Perri, Francesco
Petti, Fabio Massimo
Sonnino, Maurizio
Zuccari, Alessandro
Issue Date: 18-Sep-2012
Publisher: Società Geologica Italiana
URL: http://www.sgi2012.unical.it/index.html
Keywords: fault modeling
erosional marine terraces
Abstract: The present study is focused on a morphometric analysis of high resolution multibeam data (10m, 5m and, locally, 2m resolution), that were acquired during the oceanographic TEATIOCA 2011 campaign along a sector of the Ionian margin of northern Calabria. The integration of morphometric analysis with sparker and chirp data allowed to unveil basic but robust information about: 1. hierarchy of the fault systems controlling the bathymetric evolution; 2. the interplay between tectonic and erosional processes in sea-floor modeling; 3. uplift rates; 4. tilting processes.
Appears in Collections:04.04.04. Marine geology
Conference materials
04.04.03. Geomorphology
04.04.01. Earthquake geology and paleoseismology

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