TWO PROFESSORS OF THE MASTER'S DEGREE IN THE TEAM THAT DISCOVERED NEW VOLCANIC COMPLEX BELOW THE SOUTHERN TYRRHENIAN SEA

Prof. Barbara Orecchio and Debora Presti, together with the research collaborator Dr. Cristina Totaro, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Physical Science and Earth Science of the University of Messina, are part of the team that discovered three underwater volcanoes in the Tyrrhenian Sea, off-shore Calabria. The researchers, in collaboration with researchers from various institutions, in particular the INGV and the Universities of Catania and Palermo, have published the results of the study in the prestigious journal Tectonics. 

Is the subducting lithosphere under the Tyrrhenian Sea near to detachment?

Is the subducting lithosphere under the Tyrrhenian Sea near to detachment? New hypothesis on subduction in the Calabrian-Tyrrhenian region.
The latest study by the Unime geophysics team published in one of the major international seismological journals "Seismological Research Letters" - Seismological Society of America.
https://pubs.geoscienceworld.org/ssa/srl/article-abstract/90/5/1994/572580/new-earthquake-data-in-the-calabrian-subduction?redirectedFrom=fulltext]

 

The UniME team partner of a new Project funded by the Italian Ministry of Education University and Research

The UniME team partner of the new Project funded by the Italian Ministry of Education University and Research:
Overtime tectonic, dynamic and rheologic control on destructive multiple seismic events - Special Italian Faults & Earthquakes: from real 4D cases to models

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