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Volcanic risk and territorial system evolution in the Campania moultisource volcanic area: state of the art and perspectives

Prof. Paola Petrosino

 
12 lecture hours – 3 CFU
December 2016
 
The lessons will be held at Room M8 via Mezzocannone, 8  
1)      December 13 2016 9.15-12.15
2)      December 15 2016 14.30-17.30
3)      December 20 2016 14.30-17.30.
4)      December 21 2016 9.30-13.30 - Field trip to the Roman villa at Oplontis (Torre Annunziata) in conjunction with prof. Elda Russo Ermolli.
 
Prerequisites:
No formal prerequisite but basic knowledge on volcanology (Master course level) will be assumed.  Skill in the basic use of GIS software is welcomed.
 
Short Program of the Course:
  • Hazard and risk assessment in a complex multi-source volcanic area: the example of the Campania region, Italy.
  • Sensitivity of the Campania territorial system to the presence of active volcanic sources.
  • The hazard indices as a tool to support the territorial planning: case studies from active volcanic areas of Campania.
  • Analysis of the AD 79 eruption pyroclastic fall and pyroclastic currents impact and present risk assessment for buildings at Vesuvio.