S13. Geomorphology in the Anthropocene: from human-landscape interaction to geoheritage and geohazard management issues

Conveners and Chairpersons: Roberto Sergio Azzoni (Università degli Studi di Milano), Pierluigi Brandolini (Università degli Studi di Genova), Francesco Faccini (Università degli Studi di Genova), Fabio Luino (CNR Torino)




Wednesday 4 September 2024 [17.30-19.30]

Aula E

13-1     17.30 - 17.45
Annibali Corona M.*, Guerriero L. & Calcaterra D. : Geomorphological evolution and activity of some large earthflows in southern Italy

13-2     17.45 - 18.00
Azzoni R.S.*, Forti L., Pezzotta A. & Zerboni A. : The Derna dam collapse erased a century of urban sprawl 

13-3     18.00 - 18.15
Brenna A.*, Poletto G. & Surian N. : Evaluating the effectiveness of “River Morphodynamic Corridors” for flood hazard mapping: insights from an application in the Cordevole River catchment (Italy)

13-4     18.15 - 18.30
Ferrando A.*, Facciolo M., Mandarino A., Faccini F. & Brandolini P. : Ancient slate quarries as geosites: degradation risk and enhancement issues

13-5     18.30 - 18.45
Forti L.*, Degli Esposti M., Cremaschi M., Borgi F., Azzoni R.S. & Zerboni A. : Geomorphological reconstruction of the Umm al-Quwain (UAE) coastal-lagoon system and effects of the present-day human impact

13-6     18.45 - 19.00
Natale J., Ilacqua S., D’Aniello M., Terlizzi F., Lämmle L., Borges Moreira V., Conversano F., Brandolini P., Randazzo G., Perez Filho A., Stanislao C. & Donadio C.* : Urban geomorphology and geostructural aspects of Pozzuoli, southern Italy

13-7     19.00 - 19.15
Pittau S.*, Rinaldi M., Simonelli T. & Scorpio V. : Historical and remote sensing analysis as an instrument for the delineation of erodible corridor area in the Serio River: a case study aimed to its sustainable and integrated managemen

13-8     19.15 - 19.30
Turconi L., Coratza P., Faccini F.*, Ferrando A., Luino F., Palmieri W., Soldati M. & Gizzi F. : The contribution of toponyms to geomorphological hazard: hillslope processes and landslides highlighted by the Italian Military Geographycal Institute maps at 1:25.000 scale


Wednesday 4 September 2024

Poster Area

13-9     Booth 29
Borzì A.M.*, Minio V., De Plaen R., Lecocq T., Cannavò F., Ciraolo G., D’Amico S., Lo Re C., Monaco C., Picone M., Scardino G., Scicchitano G. & Cannata A. : Distinguishing between Medicanes and common seasonal storms using microseism

13-10     Booth 30
Brandolini P.*, Faccini F., Ferrando A., Bollati I., Pelfini M. & Azzoni R.S. : Geoheritage along the high rocky coast of Eastern Liguria: an emblematic case of interaction between natural hazard and human impact

13-11     Booth 31
Contillo L.*, Dimola G., Giannandrea P. & Schiattarella M. : How the interplay among geological and geomorphological factors, land use, and changing climate can bias very short-term landscape evolution: an example from Basilicata, southern Italy

13-12     Booth 32
Gioia D., Bloise L., Casella V., Corrado G., Minervino Amodio A.*, Muto F., Sfacteria M., Capozzoli L., De Martino G., Romano G. & Mollo F. : Relationships between fluvio-lacustrine landscape, human occupation and historical earthquakes: a multidisciplinary study of the Santa Gada archaeological site (Pollino Geopark, southern Italy)

13-13     Booth 33
Lämmle L., Moreira V.B., D’Aniello M.*, Ilacqua S., Brandolini P., Perez Filho A. & Donadio C. : Coastal erosion in urban areas and socio-environmental challenges: the case of São João da Barra, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

13-14     Booth 34
Pelfini M., Bollati I., Brandolini P., Faccini F. & Azzoni R.S.* : Hiking trails for discovering the geomorphological heritage: fruition and related hazard, risk and impact scenarios

13-15     Booth 35
Pietrogrande S.*, Brandolini P., Bollati I.M., Pelfini M., Faccini F., Ferrando A., Forti L. & Azzoni R.S. : GEOTRes – Geoheritage threats and resilience: mapping the impact of geomorphological and anthropic processes in sensitive morphoclimatic environments

13-16     Booth 36
Turconi L., Luino F. & Faccini F.* : Geotoponyms as indicators of hydrogeomorphological features in the Portofino Promontory