Her primary areas of study are Seismology, Fault, Slip, Shear and Cataclastic rock. Andrea Billi has researched Seismology in several fields, including Slab and Structural basin. Her Fault research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Grain size, Carbonate rock and Petrology.
Her Carbonate rock study combines topics in areas such as Fault plane and Cleavage. Her Slip study incorporates themes from Brittleness, Recrystallization, Rock mechanics and Calcite. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Mineralogy and Lithology.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Seismology, Fault, Petrology, Tectonics and Geochemistry. Her Seismology research incorporates elements of Slip and Bathymetry. Her Fault research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Carbonate rock, Cleavage and Breccia.
Her studies deal with areas such as Outcrop, Pressure solution, Foreland basin and Anticline as well as Petrology. Her work carried out in the field of Tectonics brings together such families of science as Neogene, Structural basin and Quaternary. Her Geochemistry research includes themes of Hydrothermal circulation, Stratigraphy and Geomorphology.
Her primary areas of investigation include Seismology, Paleontology, Geochemistry, Fault and Tectonics. Her Seismology study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Crust. Her research in the fields of Sequence and Mélange overlaps with other disciplines such as Term, Ridge and Contrast.
Her work on Mantle, Vulcanian eruption and Trace element as part of general Geochemistry research is frequently linked to Connection, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. Her work on Slip rate is typically connected to Kinematics as part of general Fault study, connecting several disciplines of science. Her studies in Tectonics integrate themes in fields like Metamorphic rock, K–Ar dating and Paleozoic.
Andrea Billi mostly deals with Paleontology, Tectonics, Seismology, Fault and Geochemistry. Her Mélange and Sequence study in the realm of Paleontology interacts with subjects such as Ridge, Contrast and Drainage system. Her Tectonics study incorporates themes from Metamorphic rock, K–Ar dating and Paleozoic.
Her Seismology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Slip and Stress field. Her work in the fields of Seismogenic layer overlaps with other areas such as Mediterranean sea. Andrea Billi combines subjects such as Sedimentary depositional environment, Escarpment, Hydrothermal circulation and Active fault with her study of Geochemistry.
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The damage zone-fault core transition in carbonate rocks: implications for fault growth, structure and permeability
Andrea Billi;Francesco Salvini;Fabrizio Storti.
Journal of Structural Geology (2003)
Mantle dynamics in the Mediterranean
Claudio Faccenna;Thorsten W Becker;Ludwig Auer;Andrea Billi.
Reviews of Geophysics (2014)
Particle size distributions in natural carbonate fault rocks: insights for non-self-similar cataclasis
Fabrizio Storti;Andrea Billi;Francesco Salvini.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2003)
Strike-slip fault-propagation cleavage in carbonate rocks: the Mattinata Fault Zone, Southern Apennines, Italy
Francesco Salvini;Andrea Billi;Donald U Wise.
Journal of Structural Geology (1999)
Late Pleistocene depositional cycles of the Lapis Tiburtinus travertine (Tivoli, Central Italy): Possible influence of climate and fault activity
Claudio Faccenna;Michele Soligo;Andrea Billi;Luigi De Filippis.
Global and Planetary Change (2008)
Tectonics and seismicity of the Tindari Fault System, southern Italy: Crustal deformations at the transition between ongoing contractional and extensional domains located above the edge of a subducting slab
Andrea Billi;Graziella Barberi;Claudio Faccenna;Giancarlo Neri.
Topography of the Calabria subduction zone (southern Italy): Clues for the origin of Mt. Etna
Claudio Faccenna;Paola Molin;B. Orecchio;B. Orecchio;Valerio Olivetti.
Coseismic recrystallization during shallow earthquake slip
S. A. F. Smith;G. Di Toro;G. Di Toro;S. Kim;J.-H. Ree.
Grain size distribution and thickness of breccia and gouge zones from thin (<1 m) strike-slip fault cores in limestone
Journal of Structural Geology (2005)
Principal Slip Zones in Limestone: Microstructural Characterization and Implications for the Seismic Cycle (Tre Monti Fault, Central Apennines, Italy)
Steven A. F. Smith;Andrea Billi;Giulio Di Toro;Giulio Di Toro;Richard Spiess.
Pure and Applied Geophysics (2011)
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