His primary areas of study are Volcano, Seismology, Geochemistry, Pyroclastic rock and Paleontology. His work deals with themes such as Volcanism, Petrography and Clastic rock, which intersect with Volcano. His study in the field of Seismogram, Aftershock and Fault is also linked to topics like Field survey.
He usually deals with Geochemistry and limits it to topics linked to Earth science and Geochronology, Igneous rock, Stratigraphic section and Maar. His Pyroclastic rock research includes themes of Volcanic hazards and Lithology. The various areas that he examines in his Stratigraphy study include Sedimentology, Aggradation, Glacial period and Pleistocene.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Volcano, Paleontology, Geochemistry, Seismology and Tectonics. His Volcano research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Petrography and Archaeology. Paleontology is represented through his Sedimentary rock, Aggradation, Pleistocene, Glacial period and Tephra research.
Fabrizio Marra has included themes like Stage, Ecological succession, Quaternary and Acheulean in his Sedimentary rock study. He combines subjects such as Sea level and Fluvial with his study of Glacial period. His Tectonics study also includes fields such as
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Volcano, Paleontology, Geochemistry, Tectonics and Tephra. His study in Volcano is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Sedimentary depositional environment and Archaeology. His work is dedicated to discovering how Paleontology, Sea level are connected with Elevation, Aggradation and Meltwater and other disciplines.
In the subject of general Geochemistry, his work in Scoria is often linked to Field, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His work investigates the relationship between Tectonics and topics such as Terrace that intersect with problems in Extensional tectonics, Paleomagnetism and Geochronology. His Tephra research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Mediterranean climate, Structural basin and Sediment core.
Fabrizio Marra spends much of his time researching Volcano, Paleontology, Geochronology, Marine isotope stage and Tectonics. His Volcano research integrates issues from Archaeology, Chronology and Fluvial. Fabrizio Marra studies Paleontology, namely Tectonic uplift.
His work carried out in the field of Geochronology brings together such families of science as Paleomagnetism, Structural basin, Sediment core, Mediterranean climate and Tephra. The Marine isotope stage study combines topics in areas such as Sedimentary rock, Fault and River terraces. The study incorporates disciplines such as Elevation, Coral reef, Terrace and Magma in addition to Tectonics.
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The history of the Monti Sabatini and Alban Hills volcanoes: groundwork for assessing volcanic-tectonic hazards for Rome
Daniel B Karner;Fabrizio Marra;Paul R Renne;Paul R Renne.
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research (2001)
Sea-level variability over five glacial cycles
K. M. Grant;E. J. Rohling;E. J. Rohling;C. Bronk Ramsey;H. Cheng;H. Cheng.
Nature Communications (2014)
Subsidence induced by urbanisation in the city of Rome detected by advanced InSar technique and geotechnical investigations
S. Stramondo;F. Bozzano;F. Marra;U. Wegmuller.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2008)
Azimuth‐dependent amplification of weak and strong ground motions within a fault zone (Nocera Umbra, central Italy)
Giovanna Cultrera;Antonio Rovelli;Giuliana Mele;Riccardo Azzara.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2003)
Can Seismic Waves Be Trapped inside an Inactive Fault Zone? The Case Study of Nocera Umbra, Central Italy
Antonio Rovelli;Arrigo Caserta;Fabrizio Marra;Vittorio Ruggiero.
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (2002)
Correlation of fluviodeltaic aggradational sections with glacial climate history: A revision of the Pleistocene stratigraphy of Rome
Daniel B. Karner;Fabrizio Marra.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (1998)
Eruptive history and petrologic evolution of the Albano multiple maar (Alban Hills, Central Italy)
Carmela Freda;Mario Gaeta;Daniel B. Karner;Fabrizio Marra.
Bulletin of Volcanology (2006)
Roman Stone Masonry: Volcanic Foundations of the Ancient City
Marie Jackson;Fabrizio Marra.
American Journal of Archaeology (2006)
Time-dependent geochemistry of clinopyroxene from the Alban Hills (Central Italy): Clues to the source and evolution of ultrapotassic magmas
Mario Gaeta;Carmela Freda;John N. Christensen;Luigi Dallai.
Post-caldera activity in the Alban Hills volcanic district (Italy): 40Ar/39Ar geochronology and insights into magma evolution
F. Marra;C. Freda;P. Scarlato;J. Taddeucci.
Bulletin of Volcanology (2003)
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