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vol. July 2016

Sessione S 21. The International Map Year: new technologies, perspectives and outlook of geological mapping and outcrop visualization

Volume 40/2016

Conveners and Chairpersons: Chiara D'Ambrogi (1), Stefano Catalano (2), Michele Zucali (3) & Amerigo Corradetti (4)

Pages: 558-589
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2016.79
vol. September 2010

Late Quaternary marine terracing and fault displacement in eastern Sicily: two distinct modes of faulting-induced deformation

Volume 11/2010

Stefano Catalano (*), Giuseppe Tortorici (*) & Gino Romagnoli (*)

Pages: 660
DOI: https://doi.org/
vol. August 2012

The effects of the interaction between ground deformation and the erosion on the visibility of Permanent Scatterers Features on SAR interferograms: an example from Mount Etna (Eastern Sicily)

Volume 21/2012

Stefano Catalano (*), Alessandro Bonforte (**), Francesco Guglielmino (**), Gino Romagnoli (*), Catia Tarsia & Giuseppe Tortorici (*)

Pages: 1108-1110
DOI: https://doi.org/
vol. August 2012

Origin and significance of the strike-slip tectonics in the Plio-Quaternary evolution of the Sicily collision belt

Volume 21/2012

Luigi Tortorici (*), Stefano Catalano (*), Gino Romagnoli (*), Salvatore Torrisi (*) & Giuseppe Tortorici (*)

Pages: 185-187
DOI: https://doi.org/
vol. August 2012

Dynamics and seismotectonics of NE Sicily

Volume 21/2012

Francesco Pavano (*), Stefano Catalano (*), Gino Romagnoli (*) & Giuseppe Tortorici (*)

Pages: 241-243
DOI: https://doi.org/
vol. October 2012

Active tectonic along the Nebrodi-Peloritani bounday (NE Sicily): A new potential seismogenic source

Volume 22/2012

Stefano Catalano (*), Francesco Pavano (*), Gino Romagnoli (*) & Giuseppe Tortorici (*)

Pages: 44-47
DOI: https://doi.org/
vol. October 2013

The architecture of the peri-Tyrrhenian collision belt from Central Apennines to Sicily and the dynamics of the central Mediterranean

Volume 29/2013

Stefano Catalano (a), Paola Cianfarra (b), Matteo Maggi (b), Gino Romagnoli (a), Francesco Salvini (b), Giuseppe Tortorici (a) & Luigi Tortorici (a)

Pages: 27-30
DOI: https://doi.org/