The Colli Albani Volcano contains 21 scientific contributions on stratigraphy, volcanotectonics, geochronology, petrography and geochemistry, hydrogeology, volcanic hazards, geophysics and archaeology, and a new 1:50 000 scale geological map of the volcano. The proximity to Rome and the interconnection between volcanic and human history also make this volcano of interest for both specialists and non-specialists.The three permanent GPS stations of the Colli Albani network are located at the Astronomical Observatory of Monteporzio Catone (RMPO), ... NEMI is equipped with a TRIMBLE 5700 receiver and a Zephyr Geodetic antenna TRM4 1249.00.
|Title||:||The Colli Albani Volcano|
|Author||:||R. Funiciello, G. Giordano|
|Publisher||:||Geological Society of London - 2010-01-01|