publication . Doctoral thesis . 2015

Contributo di dati di gravità nella valutazione del vulcanismo CAMP in Africa Nord-Occidentale

Fabbri, Julius;
Open Access Italian
  • Published: 27 Mar 2015
  • Publisher: Università degli studi di Trieste
  • Country: Italy
The question behind this research was whether the method of satellite gravimetry can be used to follow the geological units even in inaccessible places. The goal of this research is to verify if the new generation of satellite missions serve to identify the largest of the Earth's igneous provinces (Bertrand et al., 2013), known as CAMP (Central Atlantic Magmatic Province) in Northwest Africa . Besides the scientific reasons, a possible application is the exploration of mineral resources and the exploitation of geothermal energy. This is an igneous province (LIP Large Igneous Provinces) that extends throughout North and South America, the Atlantic Ocean, Europe a...
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free text keywords: GOCE Satellite, EGM2008, Marsili, gravity data, Empedocle, pockmark, seamount volcano, Northwest Africa, Central Atlantic Magmatic Province (CAMP), spiraling Geosutures, West African Craton (WAC) volcanism, Pelusium Megashare System, sub-saharian Atlas (first definition), Lac Faguibine (Mali) magmatic rocks, Mantel plumes, volcanic hazard, eruption, Grand Erg Occidental (Algeria) anomaly, geothermal energy, GEOSCIENZE, GEO/10 GEOFISICA DELLA TERRA SOLIDA
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