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Authors: Cubellis, Elena* 
Luongo, Giuseppe* 
Obrizzo, Francesco* 
Title: Sciences of Laws and Sciences of Processes for Earth Science
Issue Date: 12-Sep-2018
Publisher: Società Geologica Italiana, Roma
DOI: 10.3301/ABSGI/2018.02
Keywords: Sciences of Laws
Deep time
Abstract: Geologists, geophysicists and volcanologists have long drawn on historical and archaeological data concerning earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanic eruptions, landslides and floods. These are important data, which help scientists to gain further knowledge about natural events, their evolution, and their effects on the built environment. Such studies - in which “time” is the dimension informing investigations of the dynamics of extreme events and their impact on the environment - stand at intersections among different disciplines.
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