Daniela Pantosti mainly focuses on Seismology, Fault, Seismic hazard, Pleistocene and Holocene. Her study brings together the fields of Vertical displacement and Seismology. Her work on Paleoseismology and Seismic gap as part of general Fault research is frequently linked to Field data and Oblique case, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Her Paleoseismology research includes elements of Structural basin and Epicenter. Daniela Pantosti has included themes like Magnitude, Seismic risk and Active fault in her Seismic hazard study. Her Pleistocene research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Escarpment and L aquila.
Her primary scientific interests are in Seismology, Fault, Holocene, Paleoseismology and Structural basin. Daniela Pantosti works mostly in the field of Seismology, limiting it down to concerns involving Quaternary and, occasionally, Bedrock. Her Fault research integrates issues from Pleistocene and L aquila.
Her Holocene research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Submarine pipeline and Physical geography. Her research in Fault scarp intersects with topics in Strike-slip tectonics, Vertical displacement, Radiocarbon dating and Alluvium. Her studies in Seismic hazard integrate themes in fields like Induced seismicity and Seismic risk.
Daniela Pantosti mainly investigates Seismology, Fault, Structural basin, Quaternary and Active fault. Her Seismology research incorporates elements of Geologic map and Surface. Her research integrates issues of Surface rupture and Paleoseismology in her study of Surface.
Daniela Pantosti has researched Fault in several fields, including Tectonics, Geophysics and Holocene. Her work in Structural basin covers topics such as Geochemistry which are related to areas like Alluvium. Her research investigates the connection between Quaternary and topics such as Bedrock that intersect with problems in Horst and graben and Alluvial fan.
Her primary areas of study are Seismology, Fault, Structural basin, Quaternary and L aquila. Her Seismology research includes themes of Geological survey and Surface. Daniela Pantosti interconnects Natural, Landslide, Sequence and Lithology in the investigation of issues within Geological survey.
Her study in Tectonics extends to Fault with its themes. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Geologic map and Epicenter. Her work in Seismic hazard addresses subjects such as Seismic microzonation, which are connected to disciplines such as Geophysics and Normal fault.
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Twenty years of paleoseismology in Italy
Paolo Galli;Fabrizio Galadini;Daniela Pantosti.
Earth-Science Reviews (2008)
Faulting mechanism and complexity of the November 23, 1980, Campania-Lucania Earthquake, inferred from surface observations
Daniela Pantosti;Gianluca Valensise.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1990)
Paleoseismology along the 1980 surface rupture of the Irpinia Fault: Implications for earthquake recurrence in the southern Apennines, Italy
Daniela Pantosti;David P. Schwartz;Gianluca Valensise.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1993)
A 125 Kyr-long geological record of seismic source repeatability: the Messina Straits (southern Italy) and the 1908 earthquake (Ms7/2)
Gianluca Valensise;Daniela Pantosti.
Terra Nova (1992)
Paleoseismicity of the Ovindoli‐Pezza fault, central Apennines, Italy: A history including a large, previously unrecorded earthquake in the Middle Ages (860–1300 A.D.)
Daniela Pantosti;Giuliana D'Addezio;Francesca R. Cinti.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1996)
The investigation of potential earthquake sources in peninsular Italy: A review
Gianluca Valensise;Daniela Pantosti.
Journal of Seismology (2001)
Paleoearthquakes and slip rates of the North Tabriz Fault, NW Iran: preliminary results
K. Hessami;D. Pantosti;H. Tabassi;E. Shabanian.
Annals of Geophysics (2003)
Evidence for surface rupture associated with the Mw 6.3 L’Aquila earthquake sequence of April 2009 (central Italy)
G. Alessio;L. Alfonsi;C. A. Brunori.
Terra Nova (2010)
Historical and pre-historical tsunamis in the Mediterranean and its connected seas: Geological signatures, generation mechanisms and coastal impacts
Gerassimos A. Papadopoulos;Eulàlia Gràcia;Roger Urgeles;Valenti Sallares.
Marine Geology (2014)
Effect of time-dependence on probabilistic seismic hazard maps and deaggregation for the central apennines, Italy
A. Akinci;F. Galadini;D. Pantosti;Mark D. Petersen.
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (2009)
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