His primary areas of study are Paleontology, Sedimentary depositional environment, Facies, Quaternary and Sequence stratigraphy. His study in Paleontology focuses on Progradation and Fluvial. The study incorporates disciplines such as Holocene and Alluvial plain in addition to Sedimentary depositional environment.
His Facies research incorporates themes from Coastal plain and Glacial period. His Quaternary research includes elements of Geochemistry and Alluvium, Geomorphology. His research in Sequence stratigraphy intersects with topics in Siliciclastic, Transgressive and Maturity.
His primary scientific interests are in Paleontology, Holocene, Quaternary, Coastal plain and Sequence stratigraphy. Paleontology is represented through his Sedimentary depositional environment, Facies, Fluvial, Sedimentary rock and Progradation research. His work carried out in the field of Holocene brings together such families of science as Ecological succession, Transgressive and Physical geography.
His Quaternary research incorporates elements of Glacial period, Pleistocene, Alluvium, Geochemistry and Marine transgression. His Coastal plain research integrates issues from Radiocarbon dating, Alluvial plain and Geomorphology. His Sequence stratigraphy research includes themes of Stratigraphy and Last Glacial Maximum.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Holocene, Paleontology, Oceanography, Sedimentary rock and Sedimentary depositional environment. His study in Holocene is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Pleistocene, Coastal plain, Quaternary, Marine transgression and Facies. Alessandro Amorosi integrates many fields in his works, including Paleontology and Northern italy.
The Oceanography study combines topics in areas such as Flooding and Provenance. His Sedimentary depositional environment research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Taphonomy, Benthic zone and Ecological succession. His Progradation study also includes
Alessandro Amorosi mainly investigates Holocene, Paleontology, Facies, Sedimentary rock and Sequence stratigraphy. The study of Holocene is intertwined with the study of Coastal plain in a number of ways. Paleontology is a component of his Sedimentary depositional environment and Structural basin studies.
His work deals with themes such as Diachronous, Hydrocarbon exploration, Quaternary and Aquifer, which intersect with Sedimentary depositional environment. His Facies study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Urbanization, Marine transgression and Archaeology. His Sequence stratigraphy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Taxon, Fluvial and Progradation.
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Markers of the last interglacial sea-level high stand along the coast of Italy: Tectonic implications
Luigi Ferranti;Fabrizio Antonioli;Barbara Mauz;Alessandro Amorosi.
Quaternary International (2006)
Holocene relative sea-level changes and vertical movements along the Italian and Istrian coastlines
Fabrizio Antonioli;Luigi Ferranti;Alessandro Fontana;Alessandro Amorosi.
Quaternary International (2009)
Glaucony and Sequence Stratigraphy: A Conceptual Framework of Distribution in Siliciclastic Sequences
Journal of Sedimentary Research (1995)
Detecting compositional, spatial, and temporal attributes of glaucony: a tool for provenance research
Sedimentary Geology (1997)
Palaeogeographic and palaeoclimatic evolution of the Po Plain from 150-ky core records
Alessandro Amorosi;Maria Luisa Colalongo;Flavia Fiorini;Fabio Fusco.
Global and Planetary Change (2004)
Geochemical and mineralogical variations as indicators of provenance changes in Late Quaternary deposits of SE Po Plain
A Amorosi;M.C Centineo;E Dinelli;F Lucchini.
Sedimentary Geology (2002)
Late Quaternary depositional architecture of Po and Tevere river deltas (Italy) and worldwide comparison with coeval deltaic successions
Alessandro Amorosi;Salvatore Milli.
Sedimentary Geology (2001)
Diagenesis and reservoir quality evolution of palaeocene deep-water, marine sandstones, the Shetland-Faroes Basin, British continental shelf
H. Mansurbeg;S. Morad;S. Morad;A. Salem;R. Marfil.
Marine and Petroleum Geology (2008)
Predictive Diagenetic Clay‐Mineral Distribution in Siliciclastic Rocks within a Sequence Stratigraphic Framework
J. M. Ketzer;S. Morad;A. Amorosi.
Facies Architecture and Latest Pleistocene-Holocene Depositional History of the Po Delta (Comacchio Area), Italy
A. Amorosi;M. C. Centineo;M. L. Colalongo;G. Pasini.
The Journal of Geology (2003)
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