Pre-Conference field trips

Pre-Conference (A) field trips will start from localities easily reachable by both plane or train. The travel from their countries to the starting localities is responsibility of participants and it is not included in the field trip costs. Overnight stays in double room and main meals (except last-day dinner) are included in the cost.

Pre-Conference field trip will end in Rome on 9th September 2019 (late evening) and the travel to Rome is included in the field trip cost, except for the field trip A2 (Venice). In fact, in order to allow the participant to spend a few hours in the wonderful city of Venice, the return to Rome of the field trip A2 has not been planned (and it is not included in the cost). Therefore, participants must provide themselves on their return to Rome. It is suggested to book in advance an evening/night high-speed train from Venice to Rome (50 to 90 €, less if booked in advance). Note that one extra pre-Conference field trip is organized for early career scientists.

A1
MICROBIAL CARBONATE RESERVOIRS ARCHITECTURE: FROM DEPOSITIONAL FACIES TO SEISMIC SCALE GEOMETRIES IN THE TRIASSIC OF DOLOMITES (ITALY)

Giovanni Gattolin, Roberto Longoni (ENI), Marco Franceschi (University of Padova), Piero Gianolla (University of Ferrara)

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A2
TIDAL CHANNELS AND SALTMARSHES OF THE VENICE LAGOON (ITALY): FROM MORPHODYNAMICS TO SEDIMENTARY PRODUCTS

Massimiliano Ghinassi and Andrea D’Alpaos (University of Padova)

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A3
VARIED SEDIMENTATION IN A SHORT TIME: THE UPPER MESSINIAN SUCCESSION OF THE NORTH-EASTERN VOLTERRA BASIN (TUSCANY, CENTRAL ITALY)

Marco Benvenuti (University of Firenze) and Ivan Martini (University of Siena)

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A4
FROM MESSINIAN TO PLEISTOCENE: TECTONIC EVOLUTION AND STRATIGRAPHIC ARCHITECTURE OF THE CENTRAL ADRIATIC FOREDEEP (ABRUZZO AND MARCHE, CENTRAL ITALY)

Claudio di Celma, Alan Pitts (University of Camerino), Andrea Artoni (University of Parma), Manlio Ghielmi and Giuseppe Serafini (ENI)

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A5
LACUSTRINE DEPOSITS OF THE LATE PIACENZIAN-GELASIAN L’AQUILA INTERMONTANE BASIN (CENTRAL ITALY)

Domenico Cosentino (University of Roma Tre), Biagio Giaccio (CNR-IGAG), Elsa Gliozzi (University of Roma Tre), Marco Nocentini (CNR-IGAG), Giorgio Pipponzi (USRC-L’Aquila), Marco Spadi (University of L’Aquila) and Marco Tallini (University of L’Aquila)

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A6
LATE QUATERNARY COASTAL DEPOSITS OF WEST SARDINIA: FROM POCKET BEACHES TO BARRIER-LAGOON SYSTEMS

Stefano Andreucci (University of Cagliari), Daniele Sechi, Vincenzo Pascucci and Giulia Cossu (University of Sassari)

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A7
THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN TECTONICS, SALT TECTONICS AND SEDIMENTATION IN FORMING STRATIGRAPHIC SEQUENCES IN THE PERI-IONIAN BASIN, EASTERN CALABRIA

Salvatore Critelli, Francesco Muto, Edoardo Perri, Vincenzo Tripodi, Adriano Guido, Mario Borrelli (University of Calabria), Massimo Zecchin, Mauro Caffau (OGS-Trieste) and Laurent Gindre-Chanu

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A8
BETWEEN SCYLLA AND CHARYBDIS: TIDAL SEDIMENTARY DYNAMICS OF THE EARLY PLEISTOCENE MESSINA STRAIT (CALABRIA, SOUTHERN ITALY) BASED ON ITS MODERN ANALOGUE

Sergio G. Longhitano (University of Basilicata), Domenico Chiarella (Royal Holloway University), Marcello Gugliotta (University of Chiba)

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