Intra-Conference field trips

Full-day field trips will start and end in Rome on Thursday 12 September, to visit geological outcrops in the Latium and Campania regions.
Travels (by train or bus) and lunch are included in the cost.

IM1
Volcanic sequence and hydrothermalism as planetary analogues: examples from quiescent volcanoes in the Naples area (Italy)

Lucia Marinangeli (University of Chieti-Pescara), Monica Piochi (Osservatorio Vesuviano), Barbara Cavalazzi (University of Bologna), Gianluca Iezzi (University of Chieti-Pescara)

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79 A.D. PYROCLASTIC SUCCESSIONS IN ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES OF SOMMA-VESUVIUS (SOUTHERN ITALY)

Paola Petrosino and Claudio Scarpati (University of Napoli)

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IM3
THE MESOZOIC CARBONATES OF THE AMALFI COAST: FACIES AND DOLOMITIZATION ACROSS TIME

Alessandro Iannace and Mariano Parente (University of Napoli)

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IM4
THE DEPOSITIONAL ARCHITECTURE OF THE PLEISTOCENE DEPOSITS OF THE ROMAN BASIN

Salvatore Milli, Daniel Tentori (Sapienza University of Rome), Mattia Marini (University of Milan)

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Eruption and emplacement mechanisms of pyroclastic sediments:
examples from the Vulsini volcanoes

Danilo M. Palladino, Gianluca Sottili (Sapienza University of Rome)

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The Sabellaria bioconstructions and their Plio-Pleistocene substratum along the southern Latium coast (Tor Caldara, Anzio)

Massimo Moretti, Stefania Lisco (University of Bari), Marco Brandano, Laura Tomassetti (University Sapienza) and Maria Flavia Gravina (University of Tor Vergata)

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