Emmanuel Olvera-García
University of Bari
QuaternaryNeotectonicsFold (geology)Terrigenous sedimentSoft-sediment deformation structures
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#1Emmanuel Olvera-García (University of Bari)H-Index: 1
Last. Jorge Alejandro Guevara-Alday (Université du Québec)
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Abstract Investigating, from surface, deep-seated geothermal systems below hundreds to thousands of meters of thick clastic and unconsolidated sediments is always a timely theme for geothermal exploration. In this paper we describe a fieldwork and remote approach to the San Agustin del Maiz area, located in the central sector of the Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt. Here, several geothermal manifestations are distributed in a broad basinal area, characterized by fluvio-lacustrine sediments unconforma...
#1Andrea Billi (University of Bari)H-Index: 37
#2Enrico Capezzuoli (University of Perugia)H-Index: 15
Last. A. Mancini (University of Perugia)H-Index: 2
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Abstract Earthquakes-related soft-sediment deformations (seismites) are relevant structures to help reconstructing the palaeoseismicity in a region. Nevertheless, although seismites have been described for a large variety of palaeo-environments and stratigraphic settings, they are rare and, in some cases, ambiguous structures. In this paper, we document, for the first time, impressive seismites affecting a latest Quaternary travertine deposit located in southern Tuscany (Serre di Rapolano, Italy...
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