Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/2122/11121
Authors: Di Nezza, Maria* 
Cecchini, Flavio* 
Margottini, Siro* 
Di Filippo, Michele* 
Title: Il bacino delle Acque Albule, sinkholes e assetto geologico-strutturale
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: CSR
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2122/11121
ISBN: 978-88-448-0400-8
Keywords: Acque Albule Basin
active fault
Lago delle Tartare
sinkhole
gravity survey
microgravity survey
Abstract: Systematic analyses of the tectonic structures of the Plio-Pleistocene units and MesoCenozoic deposits of the Acque Albule Basin, 1Okm East of Rome between Mount Soratte, Cornicolani Mts. and Lucretili Mts. in central Italy, show a complex tectonic framework. A gravity survey was carried out to identify the geological and structural features of the basin. Gravity anomalies have been used for the construction of a 3D model of the area, and gravity data for the construction of Bouguer and residual anomaly maps. These data, together with geological surface data, allowed for the understanding of the Plio-quaternary tectonic setting of the basin. The trend of anomalies, around the two relative gravity lows. Here, two relative gravity lows are separated by a wide saddle, located near the Casale Battisti (Guidonia). This plain are characterized by the presence of some collapse phenomena of different types and/or origins. The majority of these collapses are aligned along regional master and seismogenetic faults. Over the last 1O years several collapse phenomena risk area have been detected by micro- gravity survey in Acque Albule plain areas. In this paper only Lago delle Tartare is considered. Both microgravity and seismic tomography data have been proposed in order to better under- stand the underground geological features of the morphological depression.
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