His primary areas of study are Seismology, Fault, Active fault, Seismic hazard and Induced seismicity. His Seismology study frequently links to related topics such as Environmental archaeology. His research in Fault is mostly focused on Paleoseismology.
His Active fault study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Seismotectonics and Quaternary. His work in Seismic hazard addresses issues such as Seismic risk, which are connected to fields such as Earthquake scenario, Urban seismic risk and Seismic moment. His research in the fields of Maximum magnitude overlaps with other disciplines such as Fault model.
Fabrizio Galadini mainly investigates Seismology, Fault, Tectonics, Active fault and Quaternary. His studies link Pleistocene with Seismology. His study on Fault scarp, Strike-slip tectonics and Seismic gap is often connected to Deformation as part of broader study in Fault.
His research in Fault scarp intersects with topics in Bedrock and Alluvial fan. His studies deal with areas such as Landslide, Geomorphology, Early Pleistocene and Structural geology as well as Tectonics. Seismic microzonation is closely connected to Structural basin in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Quaternary.
Seismology, Fault, Structural basin, Quaternary and Tectonics are his primary areas of study. Fabrizio Galadini integrates Seismology and Sequence in his research. Fabrizio Galadini regularly links together related areas like 2008 California earthquake study in his Fault studies.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Architecture and Geodesy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Pleistocene, Seismic hazard, Seismic microzonation, Extensional definition and Basin and range topography in addition to Quaternary. Fabrizio Galadini studies Tectonics, focusing on Active fault in particular.
His primary scientific interests are in Seismology, Tectonics, Sequence, Normal fault and Fault. Seismology connects with themes related to Sequence in his study. His Tectonics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Chronology and Pleistocene.
His Sequence research incorporates Event sequence and Event. His Normal fault study combines topics in areas such as Landslide and Slope stability. His study of Active fault is a part of Fault.
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Active Tectonics in the Central Apennines (Italy) – Input Data for Seismic Hazard Assessment
F. Galadini;P. Galli.
Natural Hazards (2000)
A seismic source zone model for the seismic hazard assessment of the Italian territory
Carlo Meletti;Fabrizio Galadini;Gianluca Valensise;Massimiliano Stucchi.
Twenty years of paleoseismology in Italy
Paolo Galli;Fabrizio Galadini;Daniela Pantosti.
Earth-Science Reviews (2008)
Seismogenic sources potentially responsible for earthquakes with M≥ 6 in the eastern Southern Alps (Thiene–Udine sector, NE Italy)
F. Galadini;M. E. Poli;A. Zanferrari.
Geophysical Journal International (2005)
Paleoseismology of silent faults in the Central Apennines (Italy): the Mt. Vettore and Laga Mts. faults
Fabrizio Galadini;Paolo Galli.
Annals of Geophysics (2009)
The Holocene paleoearthquakes on the 1915 Avezzano earthquake faults (central Italy): implications for active tectonics in the central Apennines
F Galadini;P Galli.
Pre-existing cross-structures and active fault segmentation in the northern-central Apennines (Italy)
Alberto Pizzi;Fabrizio Galadini.
The Paganica Fault and Surface Coseismic Ruptures Caused by the 6 April 2009 Earthquake (L'Aquila, Central Italy)
E Falcucci;S Gori;E Peronace;Giandomenico Fubelli.
Seismological Research Letters (2009)
Archaeoseismology: Methodological issues and procedure
Fabrizio Galadini;Klaus-G. Hinzen;Stathis Stiros.
Journal of Seismology (2006)
Sintesi delle conoscenze sulle faglie attive in Italia Centrale: parametrizzazione ai fini della caratterizzazione della pericolosità sismica
M. Barchi;F. Galadini;G. Lavecchia;P. Messina.
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