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2004-05 Mt. Etna compound lava flow field: orthophotos and topography The 2004-05 lava field evolution was reconstructed using technologies, data and methods spanning from remote to on-situ techniques, from active to passive sensors, from mono- to multi-view photogrammetry, from digital terrain modeling to GIS analysis.Fornaciai A., D. Andronico, M. Favalli, L. Spampinato, S. Branca, L. Lodato, A. Bonforte, L. Nannipieri
Historical Catalog of Major Explosions and Paroxysms at STROMBOLI (ITALY).This is the dataset of the major explosions and paroxysms record at Stromboli from 1879 to 1960, as reconstructed through a detailed review of scientific literature of the last ca. 140 years. The catalog includes the calendar date and phenomena descriptions for 120 explosive events, of which 32 were paroxysms.Bevilacqua A., Bertagnini A., Pompilio M. N., Landi P., Del Carlo P., Di Roberto A., Piccione C., and Neri A. (2020). Historical catalog of Major explosions and paroxysms at Stromboli (Italy) (1.0) [Data set]. Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia (INGV).
SurfItA seamless digital elevation model of the whole Italian territory, named TINITALY/01, was presented in 2007 (Tarquini et al. 2007*). This DEM was obtained starting from the achievement of the DIGITALIA project, which previously involved the Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia in a general agreement with the Italian Ministero dell'Ambiente e della Tutela del Territorio for the derivation of separate DEMs of single administrative regions of Italy. The whole DEM database as a 10 m-cell size grid, in the UTM WGS 84 zone 32 projection system, is now available for research purposes upon motivated request (see the link download)Tarquini S., I. Isola , M. Favalli , F. Mazzarini, M. Bisson, M.T. Pareschi, E. Boschi (2007). TINITALY/01: a new Triangular Irregular Network of Italy, Annals of Geophysics, 50, 407-425.
TINITALY onLineThis website is dedicated to the visualization of anaglyph or shaded relief images obtained from the TINITALY/01 digital elevation model (DEM) covering the whole Italian territory. Users wearing specific glasses, can browse the anaglyph-mode (i.e. stereo) views of the DEM to see the model in 3D.
Tarquini S., Isola I., Favalli M., Mazzarini F., Bisson M., Pareschi M.T., Boschi E. (2007). TINITALY/01: a new Triangular Irregular Network of Italy. Annals of Geophysics 50, 407 - 425.
VMSgThe main objective of this portal is to gather knowledge, data and tools regarding physical and mathematical models in volcanology, placing emphasis on the computational approach and numerical techniques.Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia - Sezione di Pisa
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