The complex sequence of large-scale tsunamogenic instability phenomena occurred on the subaerial and submarine NW flank of the Stromboli Volcano soon after the beginning of the December 2002 eruption is reconstructed and its relationship with volcanic activity is evidenced. After a brief description of slope morphology and stratigraphy, geometry and kinematics of the landslides are described. Finally, instability mechanisms that controlled the subaerial and submarine slope failures are proposed with reference to the different geotechnical, hydraulic, and loading/strain conditions that characterized the different stages of the slope evolution.
|Titolo:||The landslide sequence induced by the 2002 eruption at Stromboli volcano|
TOMMASI, PAOLO (Corresponding author)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2005|
|Citazione:||The landslide sequence induced by the 2002 eruption at Stromboli volcano / Tommasi, Paolo; Baldi, Paolo; Chiocci, Francesco Latino; Coltelli, Mauro; Marsella, Maria; Pompilio, Massimo; Romagnoli, C.. - STAMPA. - 32(2005), pp. 251-258.|
|Appartiene alla tipologia:||02a Capitolo o Articolo|