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1 Mercoledi 2 Settembre 2015 ( ) S1. Mountain building processes: from surface to deep Earth Conveners and Chairpersons: Laura Crispini (Univ. Genova), Chiara Montomoli (Univ. Pisa), Giorgio Pennacchioni (Univ. Padova) SESSIONE ORALE (1/2) - Aula Beltrando M.*, Manatschal G., Mohn G., Dal Piaz G.V., Vitale Brovarone A. & Masini E.: From rift-inherited hyperextension to orogenesis: De-coding the axial zone of the Alpine belt Tartarotti P.*, Festa A., Benciolini L. & Balestro G.: Mantle-cover sequence in the Western Alps metaophiolites: a key to recognize remnants of an exhumed Oceanic Core Complex (OCC) Bartoli O.*, Acosta-Vigil A., Cesare B., Remusat L., Tajcmanova L., Walle M., Heinrich C. & Poli S.: Crustal melting from amphibolite- to granulite-facies conditions: the perspective of melt inclusions Lo Pò D.*, Braga R. & Massonne H.-J.: Unusual interpretation of the compositional heterogeneity of potassic white mica in low-grade metapsammopelites from Punta Bianca, Tuscany, by integrating petrography, mineral chemistry and thermodynamic modelling Bolognesi F., Vinciguerra S.*, Bistacchi A. & Dobbs M.: The role of the mechanical anisotropy on deformation and failure mode of phyllosilicate-rich mylonitic fabric: new insights from rock deformation laboratory experiments Garofalo P.S.*, Crispini L., Gundlach-Graham A., Günther D. & Capponi G.: The Au-transporting hydrothermal fluid of the shear syntectonic vein of Dorn, northern Victoria Land (Antarctica) Malatesta C.*, Gerya T., Crispini L., Federico L. & Capponi G.: Mountain building processes at oblique subduction zones: clue from 3D numerical models Bistacchi A.*, Gouffon Y., Monopoli B., Massironi M., Sartori M. & Dal Piaz G.V.: 3D modelling and balancing of postmetamorphic brittle deformation in the Austroalpine-Penninic collisional wedge of the NW Alps 1-17 Pannello 1 Carmignani L.*, Massa G., Salvini R., Pieruccioni D., Tufarolo E., Conti P., Mancini S. & Lorenzoni V.: Acquisition of morpho-structural data by the use of aerial lidar and proximal sensing in the southern end of Monte Altissimo syncline (Apuan Alps, Italy) 1-18 Pannello 2 Iaccarino S., Montomoli C. & Papeschi S.*: Tectonometamorphic evolution of the Massa Unit in Punta Bianca area (Northern Apennines, Italy) 1-19 Pannello 3 Nirta G., Montanari D., Moratti G.*, Papini M., Piccardi L., Carras N., Catanzariti R., Moraiti E. & Valleri G.: Preliminary new stratigraphic, biostratigraphic and structural data on the Boeotian Flysch (Boeotia and Parnassus, central Greece) 1-20 Pannello 4 Scarsi M.* & Malatesta C.: Lawsonite-bearing HP metabasite associated with eclogite in the Voltri Massif (Ligurian Alps, Italy): constraints for the geodynamic evolution

2 1-21 Pannello 5 Somma R.*, Navas-Parejo P., Martín-Algarra A., Rodríguez-Cañero R., Sanchez-Navas A., Cambeses A., Scarrow J.H. & Perrone V.: The Silurian beds of the Calabria-Peloritani Southern Subterrane (southern Italy) 1-22 Pannello 6 Toffolo L., Martin S.* & Nimis P.: The Cogne magnetite-bearing ultramafic body (NW Italian Alps): a metasomatized slice of oceanic lithosphere S2. Mantle processes and crustal genesis in extensional environments Conveners and Chairpersons: Elisabetta Rampone (Univ. Genova), Paola Tartarotti (Univ. Milano), Alberto Zanetti (CNR Pavia) SESSIONE ORALE (1/2) - Aula (KEYNOTE) Ligi M.*, Bonatti E., Bosworth W., Cai Y., Cipriani A., Palmiotto P., Ronca S., Sanfilippo A. & Seyler M.: Oceanization starts from below during continental rupturing in the Red Sea Pinarelli L.*, Mattash M.A., Vaselli O., Minissale A. & Tassi F.: Geochemical evolution of mantle sources during continental rifting: the volcanism of the Red Sea Natali C.*, Beccaluva L., Bianchini G., Savo A. & Siena F.: Modelling the petrogenesis of the Ethiopian-Yemeni picritebasalt CFB association: inferences on mantle heterogeneities and plume processes Agostini S.*, Ronca S., Bellon H., Luciani N. & Lustrino M.: The Oligo-Miocene alkaline volcanism of Bahariya (Western Desert, Egypt) Callegaro S.*, Marzoli A., Bertrand H., Blichert-Toft J., Reisberg L., Cavazzini G., Zanetti A., Jourdan F., Davies J., Parisio L., Bouchet Bert Manoz R. & Schaltegger U.: Isotopic evidence for an enriched lithospheric component in the mantle source of the Freetown Layered Complex (Sierra Leone) Giovanardi T.*, Girardi V.A.V., Correia C.T., Sinigoi S., Tassinari C.C.G. & Mazzucchelli M.: Comparing the Cana Brava and Niquelândia complexes: different contamination and fractionation processes in coeval intrusions Montanini A.*, Tribuzio R., Zanetti A. & Zibra I.: The lherzolite-pyroxenite-horneblendite association from St. Lucia (Corsica): evidence for refertilization of subcontinental mantle 2-16 Pannello 7 Basch V., Ferrando C., Rampone E.*, Ildefonse B., Crispini L. & Godard M.: Microstructural variations in lower crustal oceanic troctolites: an indicator of melt-rock interactions (Erro Tobbio, Ligurian ophiolites, Italy) 2-17 Pannello 8 Berno D.*, Sanfilippo A., Tribuzio R. & Zanetti A.: Major and trace element variability within the troctolite-olivine gabbro association of the Pineto ophiolite (Corsica) 2-18 Pannello 9 Giovanardi T.*, Zanetti A., Morishita T., Langone A., Dallai L. & Mazzucchelli M.: Gabbroic dykes in the Finero Phlogopite-Peridotite Massif: evidence for melt-peridotite interactions at mantle conditions and igneous sapphirine formation by auto-metasomatism 2-19 Pannello 10 Langone A., Zanetti A.*, Renna M.R., Tiepolo M., Mazzucchelli M. & Giovanardi T.: New insights into the evolution of the Finero Mafic Complex, north-eastern Ivrea-Verbano Zone 2-20 Pannello 11 Petriglieri J.R., Salvioli-Mariani E., Costa S., Mantovani L., Tribaudino M., D Alessio D.*, Bersani D. & Lottici P.P.: Preliminary study on polymorphs of serpentine present in the ophiolites from La Rocchetta (Taro Valley, Eastern Ligurian Apennines, Italy)

3 S9. The role of GMPV disciplines in the definition of volcanic hazards Conveners and Chairpersons: Mauro Coltelli (INGV-OE, Catania), Pierfrancesco Dellino (Univ. Bari) SESSIONE ORALE (1/1) - Aula Mele D.*, Dellino P., Dioguardi F., Doronzo D.M., Isaia R. & Sulpizio R.: Hazard assessment of pyroclastic density currents at Mount Somma-Vesuvius: inference from the 79 AD eruption Paredes J.*, Morgavi D., Di Vito M., de Vita S., Sansivero F. & Perugini D.: Fractal fragmentation theory on pyroclastic deposits from Vesuvius and Campi Flegrei: Determining explosive eruptions energy Tadini A.*, Bevilacqua A., Neri A., Cioni R., Aspinall W.P., Bisson M., Isaia R., Valentine G.A., Vitale S., Baxter P.J., Bertagnini A., Cerminara M., De Michieli Vitturi M., Di Roberto A., Engwell S., Esposti Ongaro T., Mazzarini F., Pistolesi M., Todde A. & Russo A.: Towards a background probability map for vent opening position in a future Plinian-subPlinian eruption of Somma-Vesuvius, with structured uncertainty assessment Elissondo M., Baumann V., Bonadonna C., Pistolesi M.*, Cioni R., Bertagnini A., Biass S., Herrero J.C. & Gonzalez R.: Chronology, dynamics and impact of the 2011 Puyehue-Cordón Caulle eruption, Chile Dioguardi F.* & Mele D.: A new shape dependent drag correlation formula for non-spherical rough particles Valade S.*, Pistolesi M., Allocca C., Colò L., Coppola D., Delle Donne D., Genco R., Lacanna G., Laiolo M., Marchetti E., Ulivieri G. & Ripepe M.: Effusive dynamics at Stromboli volcano (Aeolian Islands) and implications to volcanic hazard Brancato A.*, Coltelli M., Tusa G., Proietti C. & Branca S.: Vents pattern analysis at Mount Etna volcano (Sicily) D'Aleo R.*, Battaglia A., Tamburello G., Bitetto M., Delle Donne D., Coltelli M., Patanè D., Cannata A. & Aiuppa A.: Correlation between geochemical and geophysical data on Etna eruption of summer Pannello 55 Battaglia A., D'Aleo R., Tamburello G.*, Bitetto M., Delle Donne D., Coltelli M., Patanè D., Cannata A. & Aiuppa A.: SO 2 degassing during the summer 2014 Etna eruption: a comparison between OMI satellite and ground-based SO 2 flux measurements 9-10 Pannello 56 Nazzaro I.*, Bruno P.P., Maraio S. & Festa G.: Analysis of high resolution 2D seismic reflection profiles for the determination of the structure of the Solfatara Volcano S13. Characterization and use of geomaterials for sustainable industry and the environment Conveners and Chairpersons: Michele Dondi (CNR-ISTEC Faenza), Laura Gaggero (Univ. Genova) SESSIONE ORALE (1/2) - Aula (KEYNOTE) Gatta G.D.*, Brundu A., Cappelletti P., Cerri G., de Gennaro B., Farina M., Fumagalli P., Guaschino L. & Mercurio M.: The Cs-cycle in nuclear processes: From Cs-nanosponges to ceramic Cs-bearing materials Lotti P.*, Gatta G.D., Arletti R., Quartieri S., Vezzalini G. & Merlini M.: The use of pressure to tailor the sponge-like behavior of zeolites: the case of SiO 2-ferrierite

4 Martucci A.*, Blasioli S., Marchese L., Buscaroli E., Mzini L.L. & Braschi I.: High silica zeolites used to clean-up water polluted with sulfonamide antibiotics: from multidisciplinary model studies to real applications and regeneration techniques Novembre D.*, Pace C., Gimeno D., d'alessandro N. & Tonucci L.: Hydrothermal synthesis and characterization of kalsilite by using a kaolinitic rock (Sardinia, Italy) and its application in the production of biodiesel Tarantino S.C.*, Occhipinti R., Gasparini E., Riccardi M.P. & Zema M.: Sulfate-bearing kaolins: an unexploited resource. Implications for their use as alkali activated materials precursors Clausi M.*, Tarantino S.C., Tedeschi C., Riccardi M.P. & Zema M.: Microstructural features of geopolymer-based mortars: insights from high resolution SEM Randazzo L.* & Montana G.: Effects of compositional and textural characteristics of clay based plasters on the control of indoor relative humidity Pannello 90 Barone G., Mazzoleni P.*, Di Benedetto F., Giuffrida A., Capilleri P., Massimino M.R., Motta E., Genovese C. & Raccuia S.A.: Geotechnical and environmental aspects of the use of Mt. Etna volcanic tephras in embankment structures Pannello 91 Ghizzardi V.*, Mantovani L., Romeo E., Tribaudino M. & Montepara A.: Fly-ash as a filler in environmentally-friendly hot mix asphalt Pannello 92 Gori C., Tribaudino M.*, Mantovani L., Skogby H., Hålenius U., Delmonte D., Mezzadri F., Gilioli E. & Calestani G.: Synthesis and color performance of CaCoxMg1-xSi 2O 6 pyroxenes as ceramic pigments Pannello 93 Graziano S.F., D Amore M., Dondi M., Zanelli C., Cappelletti P.*, Langella A., Mercurio M. & de Gennaro R.: Secondary raw materials for the production of lightweight aggregates: some case studies Pannello 94 Salviulo G.*, Strumendo M., Zorzi F. & Biasin A.: Thermal decomposition of calcite: CaO properties and growth model S15. The geosciences for Cultural Heritage and Archeometry: consolidated and innovative approaches Conveners and Chairpersons: Isabella Memmi Turbanti (Univ. Siena), Celestino Grifa (Univ. Sannio), Mauro La Russa (Univ. Calabria) SESSIONE ORALE (1/2) - Aula (KEYNOTE) Artioli G.: Geosciences and the Cultural Heritage: the time line of human activities Crupi V.*, Majolino D., Pezzino A., Ruffolo S.A. & Venuti V.: Multi-technique spectroscopic investigation in Cultural Heritage Guarino V.*, De Bonis A., Grifa C., Langella A., Munzi P. & Morra V.: The Archaic cooking ware and instrumenta in Cuma: Italic and Greek traditions Grifa C., Germinario C.*, Mercurio M., Langella A., Cucciniello C., Cappelletti P., Zollo D., Izzo F., De Bonis A., Monetti V. & Morra V.: Traditional ceramic production in central and southern Madagascar: first insights from mineralogy and petrology of bricks

5 Eramo G.*, Muntoni I.M., Gallo S. & De Siena A.: Early Greek Colonization in Southern Italy: archaeometric analyses of ceramic local production and Greek imports in the Siris area (Basilicata) Fornacelli C.*, Mugnaioli E., Colomban P. & Memmi I.: Spectroscopy and electron microscopy for the characterization of CdSxSe1-x Quantum Dots in a Glass Matrix Mantovani L.*, Tribaudino M. & Facchinetti M.: A mineralogical approach to the authentication of an archaeological artifact: real ancient bronze from Roman Age or fake? Pannello 109 Balassone G., Cicala L., D Orazio L., De Bonis A., De Rosa F., Guarino V.*, Morra V. & Tardugno M.L.: Preliminary archaeometric investigations on ancient mortars from archaeological site of Velia (Salerno, Southern Italy) Pannello 110 Barca D.*, Perez-Monserrat E.M., Török A., Aly N., Gomez-Heras M., Fort R., Alvarez de Buergo M., Valeria C. & Ruffolo S.A.: Heavy metals in black crusts on limestones as markers of environmental conditions influencing human health Pannello 111 Belfiore C.M.*, Fichera G.V., Pezzino A., Ruffolo S.A., Calabrò C., Maniscalco R. & Malagodi M.: The carbonate building stone of the Ortygia Island (Syracuse, Italy): characterization and decay processes Pannello 112 Bianchi G., Mitchell J., Agresti J., Osticioli I., Siano S., Memmi Turbanti I.* & Pacini A.: Preliminary chemical and mineralogical characterization by non-invasive analytical techniques of the fibula di Montieri from the archaeological site of the Canonica di S.Niccolò (Montieri, GR) Pannello 113 Comite V., La Russa M.F., Ricca M., Rovella N.*, Ruffolo S.A., Urzì C., Arcudi A. & Silvestri C.: Innovative conservative strategies applied in Herculaneum archaeological site (Naples, Italy): the case of Villa dei Papiri Pannello 114 Comite V., Ricca M.*, Rovella N., Ruffolo S.A., Bonazza A., Sardella A., Urzì C., Arcudi A. & Silvestri C.: Multidisciplinary approach to characterize degradation products and archaeological materials from Roman Thermae of Reggio Calabria (Calabria, South Italy) Pannello 115 De Bonis A.*, D Angelo M., Guarino V., Massa S., Saiedi Anaraki F., Genito B. & Morra V.: Technology and Provenance of the Unglazed Pottery from the masjed-i jom e of Isfahan (Iran) Pannello 116 De Francesco A.M., Scarpelli R.*, Mastandrea A., Guido A. & Marino D.A.M.: UV fluorescence as tool to evaluate the biotic encrustation pervasiveness on underwater medieval amphorae near Crotone (Calabria - Italy) Pannello 117 De Luca R.*, Gigliotti V., Panarello M., Bloise A., Crisci G.M. & Miriello D.: Characterization and provenance of plasters from residential buildings of 18th century in Lamezia Terme (Calabria, Southern Italy) Pannello 118 Eramo G.* & Giuliani R.: Building stratification in tower area of Montecorvino (Foggia, 11th -15th century): evidences of norman mansonry techniques Pannello 119 Freire-Lista D.M.* & Fort R.: Decay in heritage granite ashlars. Its dependence with exfoliation microcracks Pannello 120 Garavelli A., Marsico A.*, Pinto D., Monno A., Andriani G., Germinario G., Laganara C., Albrizio P., Piepoli L., Depalo M.R., Longobardi F. & Simonetti A.: The sanctuary of Sant Angelo in Criptis at Santeramo in Colle, Apulian region, Italy: a multi-disciplinary approach for the conservation Pannello 121

6 Manca R.P.*, Pagliantini L., Pecchioni E., Benvenuti M., Chiarantini L., Cambi F., Corretti A., Costagliola P., Orlando A. & Santo A.P.: Archaeometric study of ceramic materials from archaeological excavations at the roman iron-working site of San Giovanni (Portoferraio, Elba island) Pannello 122 Marinangeli L.*, Agostini S., Antonelli S., Baliva A., Cardinale M., Colantuono L., La Salvia V., Menozzi O., Moderato M., Pompilio L., Santoro S. & Somma M.C.: A multidisciplinary geo-archaeological approach to reconstruct the evolution of the Corfinio site (AQ) Pannello 123 Montana G., Randazzo L.* & Cerniglia M.R.: Mineralogical and petrographic analysis of early-hellenistic mortars from a Punic-Roman residential area discovered at Palermo (Sicily) Pannello 124 Pecchioni E.*, Fratini F., Cantisani E., Vettori S. & Ricci M.: Chromatism and the chromatic alteration of the florentine sandstone pietra serena Pannello 125 Pinto D.*, Garavelli A., Muntoni I.M., Bellizzi F. & Lamacchia A.: Archaeometrical investigations of painted wall plasters from an Hellenistic domus at Arpi (Foggia, III sec. a.c.) Pannello 126 Ricca M.*, La Russa M.F., Belfiore C.M., Ruffolo S.A., Barca D. & Crisci G.M.: Provenance study of marbles used as covering slabs in the archaeological submerged site of Baia (Naples, Italy): the case of the Villa con ingresso a protiro Pannello 127 Rispoli C.*, Esposito R., Cappelletti P., Morra V. & Talamo P.: Piscina Mirabilis: preliminary characterization of geomaterials Pannello 128 Santo A.P., Pecchioni E.P.*, Piccini L., Di Fazio L., Garzonio C.A. & Fratini F.: The Vie Cave archaeological and geological site in Southern Tuscany (Italy). Proposal for Conservation Pannello 129 Silvestri A., Fioretti A.M.* & Zanetti A.: Trace element analysis of archaeological glasses: comparison between LA- ICPMS and Electron Microprobe analysis S16. Fluid geochemistry in volcanic, geothermal and seismic areas Conveners and Chairpersons: Francesco Frondini (Univ. Perugia), Bruno Capaccioni (Univ. Bologna) SESSIONE ORALE (1/2) - Aula (KEYNOTE) Venturi S.*, Tassi F., Gould I.R., Shock E.L., Lorance E.D., Bockisch C. & Fecteau K.: Experimental studies of mineral-catalyzed dehydrogenation of C6 cyclic hydrocarbons under hydrothermal conditions Di Martino R.M.R.*, Camarda M., Gurrieri S. & Valenza M.: The concentration transients of CO 2, H 2, and He in the volcanic gases: theoretical model and experimental results Capecchiacci F.*, Tassi F., Liegler A., Fentrees S., Deering C., Vaselli O., Martinez M. & Taylor Castillo W.: Geochemistry of water and gas discharges from the Tenorio volcanic system (Costa Rica) Caponi C.*, Tassi F., Vaselli O., Fiebig J., Agusto M., Caselli A. & Liccioli C.: Carbon isotope fractionation of light hydrocarbons in hydrothermal fluids from Copahue volcano, Argentina Chiodini G.*, Avino R., Caliro S., Cardellini C., Mangiacapra A. & Minopoli L.: Episodes of magmatic fluid injections into the Hydrothermal system of Campi Flegrei: geochemical evidences and physical simulations Sortino F.*, Barberi F., Carapezza M.L., Gattuso A., Ranaldi M., Tarchini L., Zanolin F., Cosenza P., Foresta Martin L., Francofonte V., Mastrolia A. & Melián G.: Chromatography Monitoring Station. Potential and applications

7 Bonzi L., Capaccioni B.*, Castaldini D., Coltorti M., Cremonini S., Di Giuseppe D., Ferrari V., Severi P., Sciarra A., Vaccaro C. & Todesco M.: Surface phenomena witnessed during and after the 2012 Emilia earthquakes: Fact or Fiction? A response from water and gas geochemistry 16-8 Pannello 130 Beddini G.* & Frondini F.: Geochemistry of groundwarer from Parrano and Fonti di Tiberio (TR), a tool for evaluating the geothermal potential of southern-western Umbria 16-9 Pannello 131 Cardellini C.*, Chiodini G., Rosiello A., Bagnato E., Avino R., Frondini F., Donnini M. & Caliro S.: Soil CO 2 flux degassing at Solfatara of Pozzuoli (Campi Flegrei, Italy): , sixteen years of measurement Pannello 132 Di Martino R.M.R.*, Camarda M. & Capasso G.: In situ determination of the carbon isotopologues of the CO 2 emitted by soils Pannello 133 Ricci A.*, Tassi F., Vaselli O., Fiebig J. & Viveiros F.M.: Carbon isotopic signature of light hydrocarbons (C1 C4) in fluids emitted from fumarolic discharges at São Miguel Island (Azores Archipelago, Portugal) Pannello 134 Vaselli O.*, Tassi F., Fernandez E., Duarte E., Fischer T., De Moor M., Tardani D. & Martinez M.: Seventeen years ( ) of geochemical observations at the Poás volcano (Costa Rica) fumarolic system S21. Open Poster Session 21-1 Pannello 166 Barfucci G.*, Ripepe M., Delle Donne D. & Lacanna G.: Geophysical signature of the 11 February 2010 dome collapse at Soufrière Hills Volcano, Montserrat, West Indies 21-2 Pannello 167 Bello M.*, Carroll M.R. & Scipioni M.: Volatile metals and municipal waste incineration: a comparison with volcanic melting 21-3 Pannello 168 Bonaccorsi E.*, Biagioni C. & D'Orazio M.: Minerals, rocks and meteorites on display: the new exhibition at the Pisa University s Natural History Museum 21-4 Pannello 169 Boniello A. & Paris E.*: Geoscience education: teaching and learning Earth Sciences using the virtual worlds (Muves) 21-5 Pannello 170 Fiannacca P.*, Militello G.M., Lombardo R. & Cirrincione R.: I- and S-type granites in the late Variscan Serre Batholith (Central Calabria, Italy) and applicability of the restite and peritectic assemblage entrainment models 21-6 Pannello 171 Granieri D.*, Salerno G., Liuzzo M., La Spina A., Giuffrida G., Caltabiano T., Giudice G., Gutierrez G., Montalvo F. & Papale P.: Emission of gas and atmospheric dispersion of SO 2 during the December 2013 eruption at San Miguel volcano (El Salvador) 21-7 Pannello 172 Maraio S.*, Pazzaglia F.J., Bruno P.P.G., Picotti V. & Brardinoni F.: Comparison between catchment geomorphology and alluvial fan seismic stratigraphy in defining the geomorphic process domains in the Val Venosta (Eastern Alps, Italy) 21-8 Pannello 173 Marengo A.* & Vigliaturo R.: Principal component analysis as a tool in the study of a mineral population. Muscovite case study 21-9 Pannello 174 Pieraccioni F.: The research of active and inquiry based learning in Earth sciences in the school

8 21-10 Pannello 175 Rashed H.*, Rovere M., Pecchioni E., Gamberi F. & Vaselli O.: Geochemical and mineraloical characterization of marine sediments in the mud diapir province of the Paola basin (Southern Tyrrhenian Sea) Pannello 176 Scalera G.: Variable radius cartography - Birth and perspectives of a new experimental discipline Pannello 177 Somma R.*, Maniscalco R., Sabatino G. & Schiavone S.: Volcanic sands and benthic Foraminifers in a forensic soil related to a murder case: Can these particles support intelligence for establishing soil provenance? Pannello 178 Vigliaturo R., Langenhorst F., Pollok K., Harries D., Capella S., Pugnaloni A. & Belluso E.*: In vitro transformations of mineral fibers: a transmission electron microscopy investigation Pannello 179 Caparelli S., Scicchitano M.R. & Piluso E.: The exhumation history of upper mantle rocks from the Sila unit, northern Calabria

9 Mercoledi 2 Settembre 2015 ( ) S1. Mountain building processes: from surface to deep Earth Conveners and Chairpersons: Laura Crispini (Univ. Genova), Chiara Montomoli (Univ. Pisa), Giorgio Pennacchioni (Univ. Padova) SESSIONE ORALE (2/2) - Aula Mosca P.*, Groppo C., Rapa G. & Rolfo F.: Structural and petrological features of the central-eastern Nepalese Himalaya Carosi R.*, Montomoli C. & Iaccarino S.: In-sequence shearing within the Greater Himalayan Sequence in Central Himalaya: deformation and metamoprhism by crustal accretion from the Indian plate Iaccarino S.*, Montomoli C., Carosi R., Massonne H.-J., Langone A. & Visonà D.: Pressure-temperature-timedeformation path of kyanite-bearing migmatitic paragneiss in the Kali Gandaki valley (Central Nepal): Evidence for Late Eocene-Early Oligocene melting Rolfo F.*, Groppo C., Sachan H.K. & Rai S.K.: Cold subduction processes in the western Himalaya (Ladakh, NW India): petrological constraints from lawsonite-blueschist facies metasediments Palmeri R.*, Di Vincenzo G., Godard G., Sandroni S., Talarico F. & Ricci C.A.: High-pressure metamorphism in Antarctica as marker of different palaeo-subduction zones: a review between history and scientific research Balestro G., Borghi A.*, Compagnoni R., Cossio R., Gattiglio M. & Ghignone S.: Metamorphic and structural constrains for the exhumation of (U)HP - metaophiolites from the Susa Valley, Western Alps Rebay G.*, Zanoni D. & Spalla M.I.: HP/UHP metamorphic and structural evolution of subducted rodingites from the upper Valtournanche, Western Alps, Italy Martin S.*, Tumiati S., Godard G., Toffolo L. & Nestola F.: The high-pressure Fe-Mn metacherts of the Aosta valley: a key to the metamorphic evolution of the Piemonte Nappe S2. Mantle processes and crustal genesis in extensional environments Conveners and Chairpersons: Elisabetta Rampone (Univ. Genova), Paola Tartarotti (Univ. Milano), Alberto Zanetti (CNR Pavia) SESSIONE ORALE (2/2) - Aula Borghini G.: Multiple origins of pyroxenites in the upper mantle: from nature to experiments Armienti P.* & Gasperini D.: Rethinking mantle heterogeneity: insights into mantle geology Montanini A.*, Luguet A., Van Acken D. & Tribuzio R.: Highly siderophile elements and Os isotope compositions of recycled mantle pyroxenites in the Ligurian mantle section (N Apennine, Italy) Borghini G.*, Fumagalli P. & Rampone E.: Partial melting experiments on a natural pyroxenite at 1 and 1.5 GPa: Insights on the role of secondary-type pyroxenite in basalt generation

10 Sanfilippo A.*, Morishita T. & Senda R.: Role of melt-mantle interactions on the composition of MORB: the case of Re- Os isotopes Mazzeo F.C.*, Zanetti A., D'Antonio M., Petrosino P. & Aulinas M.: Melt/rock interaction: case study from Mt. Pollino ophiolites (Basilicata, Southern Italy) Francomme J.E., Fumagalli P.* & Borghini G.: Olivine-gabbros and olivine-rich troctolites origin trough melt-rock reaction in oceanic spreading lithosphere: an experimental study up to 0.7 GPa Sanfilippo A.*, Tribuzio R., Ottolini L. & Hamada M.: Olivine from replacive mantle bodies reveals modes of partial melting of the MORB mantle source S10. Field studies in modern volcanology Conveners and Chairpersons: Marco Pistolesi (Univ. Firenze), Roberto Sulpizio (Univ. Bari), Roberto Isaia (INGV Napoli) SESSIONE ORALE (1/1) - Aula Lucchi F.: Stratigraphic approach to fieldwork and mapping in volcanic areas: examples from Stromboli and the Aeolian Islands Dellino P.: The importance of fieldwork in volcanology Fusillo R.*, Brooker R.A., Di Traglia F. & Blundy J.D.: Stratigraphic reconstruction of the Corbetti caldera (Main Ethiopian Rift) Massaro S.*, Costa A. & Sulpizio R.: Stratigraphic data highlight the conduit erosion behavior during Plinian eruptions: the example of the Pomici di Avellino eruption of Somma-Vesuvius Sulpizio R.*, Sarocchi D., Dellino P. & Rodriguez-Sedano L.A.: Insights on volcanic granular flow dynamics from laboratory experiments and comparison with natural deposits Pistolesi M., Bertagnini A., Di Roberto A.*, Isaia R., Cioni R., Vona A., Mazzone F. & Voloschina M.: The Baia - Fondi di Baia eruptions (Campi Flegrei): from fieldwork to physical volcanology Tramparulo F.D.A.*, Isaia R. & Vitale S.: Structural analysis of fractures, faults and dykes in the Somma-Vesuvio volcano Gatti E.*, Leszczynska K., Durant A., Jeans C., Boreham S., Gibbard P.L. & Oppenheimer C.: Short-term environmental impact of the Youngest Toba Tuff, ~ 75 ka 10-9 Pannello 57 Baldoni E.*, Lucchi F., Sulpizio R., Forni F., Massaro S. & Tranne C.A.: Geological reconstruction of the cone building and alternating explosive and effusive activity of Monte dei Porri, Salina Island (Italy) Pannello 58 Ciarcia S., Iannuzzi E., Isaia R.*, Prinzi E.P., Tramparulo F.D.A. & Vitale S.: Field evidences of last 5.5 ka ground deformation at Campi Flegrei caldera Pannello 59

11 Di Traglia F.*, Pistolesi M., Fusillo R., Rosi M. & Gioncada A.: The volcanological evolution of the Island of Vulcano in the last 1000 years Pannello 60 Laurenzi M.A.*, Braschi E., Casalini M. & Conticelli S.: Timing of the shift from leucite-free (Tuscan Magmatic Province) to leucite-bearing (Roman Magmatic Province) magmas in Italy Pannello 61 Mussetti G.*, Corti G., van Wyk de Vries B. & Hagos M.: Volcanic rifts bracketing volcanoes: an analogue answer to an old unsolved problem Pannello 62 Ort M.H., de Vita S.*, Marotta E. & Sansivero F.: The use of AMS in the reconstruction of resurgent blocks kinematics: the Ischia island (Italy) case study Pannello 63 Principe C.*, Groppelli G., Gottardi I., Faoro S., Antonelli A., Broggini R. & Martí Molist J.: A new debris avalanche deposits on Tenerife (Canary Islands) Pannello 64 Ruberti D.*, Vigliotti M., Ermice A., Rolandi G. & Rolandi R.: Stratigraphic architecture of the Campania Plain, southern Italy. A key to understand evolution and impact of volcanic activity Pannello 65 Todde A.*, Cioni R., Andronico D. & Mundula F.: Proximal products of the 16 March, 2013 eruption of Mt. Etna: dynamics and significance of large ejecta S12. Mantle mineralogy Conveners and Chairpersons: Paola Comodi (Univ. Perugia), Luca Ziberna (Univ. Bristol) SESSIONE ORALE (1/1) - Aula (KEYNOTE) Boffa Ballaran T.*, Kurnosov A., Frost D.J. & Marquardt H.: The influence of cation substitution on the elastic behaviour of MgSiO 3 bridgmanite in the lower mantle Belmonte D.*, Ottonello G., De La Pierre M. & Vetuschi Zuccolini M.: Majorite stability and melting relations in the mantle transition zone: new constraints from first-principles thermodynamics Milani S.*, Scandolo L., Zaffiro G., Di Prima M., Mazzucchelli M.L., Alvaro M., Domeneghetti M.C. & Nestola F.: On the determination of the entrapment pressure for garnet inclusions in diamonds Gentili S.*, Bonadiman C., Biagioni C., Comodi P., Coltorti M., Zucchini A. & Ottolini L.: Oxo-amphiboles in mantle xenoliths: a key to understand the hydrous rich metasomatic melts circulating beneath Harrow Peaks, Victoria Land, Antarctica Lenaz D.*, De Min A., Hålenius U., Kristiansson P., Musco M.E., Nilsson C., Perugini D., Petrelli M., Princivalle F., Ros L., Skogby H., Caldeira R., Grillo B., Marzoli A., Mata J., Boumehdi M.A., Idris Ali A.B. & Youbi N.: Mantle xenoliths of Cameroon, Morocco and Libya: A structural and chemical (major oxides, trace elements, REE, OH and B) study of their mineral assemblage Gemmi M.*, Merlini M., Palatinus L., Fumagalli P., Fischer J. & Poli S.: Two new high pressure hydrated phases in the MASH system discovered with fast electron diffraction tomography: bringing water beyond the chlorite breakdown Guidoni F.*, Comodi P., Balic-Zunic T., Nazzareni S., Bini R., Fanetti S. & Brizi E.: Structural and photoelectric properties of chalcostibite at high pressure 12-8 Pannello 88

12 Del Vecchio A.*, Poe B.T., Misiti V. & Cestelli Guidi M.: Hydrogen diffusion in nominally anhydrous minerals: implications for mass and charge transport 12-9 Pannello 89 Ziberna L.* & Klemme S.: The effect of spinel-to-garnet peridotite transition on density variations in the upper mantle S13. Characterization and use of geomaterials for sustainable industry and the environment Conveners and Chairpersons: Michele Dondi (CNR-ISTEC Faenza), Laura Gaggero (Univ. Genova) SESSIONE ORALE (2/2) - Aula (KEYNOTE) Zucchini A.*, Comodi P., Di Michele A., Blasi P., Gentili S., Santinelli F. & Neri A.: Nanomaterials addition to raw mixtures for portland clinker production. A way to decrease clinkerization temperature Graziano S.F., D Amore M., Correggia C., Dondi M., Zanelli C., Cappelletti P.*, Langella A. & de Gennaro R.: Manufacturing of high efficiency concretes: Potential production of lightweight aggregates (LWA) from glass recycling Belviso C.*, Cavalcante F. & Lettino A.: Comparison between ultrasonic treatment and hydrothermal method for waste material transformation into useful secondary products Diella V.*, Marinoni N., Pavese A. & Francescon F.: The influence of quartz and waste glass particle size distribution on the evolution of sanitary-ware vitreous body Coletti C.*, Maritan L., Mazzoli C. & Cultrone G.: Assessment for the use of waste of trachyte in the brick production Ardit M.*, Cruciani G. & Dondi M.: V-doped zircon: new diffraction and optical spectroscopy data on industrial pigments Scrivano S.*, Gaggero L., Cnudde V., De Kock T., Derluyn H. & Gisbert Aguilar J.: Multiscale approach to rock porosity and its distribution S15. The geosciences for Cultural Heritage and Archeometry: consolidated and innovative approaches Conveners and Chairpersons: Isabella Memmi Turbanti (Univ. Siena), Celestino Grifa (Univ. Sannio), Mauro La Russa (Univ. Calabria) SESSIONE ORALE (2/2) - Aula Dal Sasso G.*, Maritan L., Angelini I., Usai D., Salvatori S., Zerboni A. & Artioli G.: Radiocarbon dating of heavily altered bone apatite from the Al Khiday archaeological site (Central Sudan): is pristine apatite carbonate preserved? Ruffolo S.A.* & Crisci G.M.: The use of nano particles in Cultural Heritage: examples of application on stone materials Belfiore C.M.*, Fichera G.V., Ortolano G., Pezzino A. & Visalli R.: Element distribution within the cementitious matrix of pozzolanic roman mortars: a new approach using image processing via x-ray map analyser Santello L.*, Maritan L., Mazzoli C., Germinario L., Nestola F., Hanchar J.M. & Usai D.: Multi-analytical characterisation of Egyptian Flint as a means for understanding seasonality in the Nile valley and Western Desert (Egypt) Poretti G.*, De Vito C., Conte A.M., Borghi A., Brilli M., Gunter D. & Zanetti A.: In-situ LA-ICP-MS analysis of white marble for provenance purpose: application on Carrara quarry disctrict and Musei Capitolini artifacts

13 Germinario L.*, Cossio R., Mazzoli C., Maritan L. & Borghi A.: Combining µ-xrf and SEM-EDS mapping in low and high resolution for determining the provenance quarry of volcanic porphyritic stones Giustetto R.*, Perrone U. & Compagnoni R.: Neolithic polished greenstone implements from Castello di Annone (Italy): minero-petrographic and archaeometric aspects Marengo A.*, Borghi A. & Costa E.: Multi-disciplinary approach to the characterization of an ornamental stone: the case study of Busca Onyx

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