Giovanni Orsi mainly focuses on Geochemistry, Tephra, Magma, Caldera and Volcano. His Geochemistry study focuses on Pyroclastic rock, Volcanic rock, Igneous rock and Explosive eruption in particular. He works mostly in the field of Pyroclastic rock, limiting it down to topics relating to Geomorphology and, in certain cases, Trachyte, Pumice and Massif.
He has included themes like Homo sapiens and Volcanic ash in his Tephra study. His study in Magma focuses on Magma chamber in particular. His research links Quaternary with Caldera.
Giovanni Orsi mostly deals with Geochemistry, Caldera, Volcano, Magma and Seismology. His is involved in several facets of Geochemistry study, as is seen by his studies on Volcanic rock, Pyroclastic rock, Igneous rock, Tephra and Phenocryst. His research investigates the connection with Tephra and areas like Trace element which intersect with concerns in Silicic.
The various areas that Giovanni Orsi examines in his Caldera study include Volcanic hazards, Trachyte and Geomorphology. His work on Explosive eruption as part of general Volcano research is often related to Skarn and Context, thus linking different fields of science. His Magma study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Pumice, Mineralogy, Petrology and Radiogenic nuclide.
Magma, Volcano, Caldera, Geochemistry and Petrology are his primary areas of study. Within one scientific family, Giovanni Orsi focuses on topics pertaining to Pumice under Magma, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Stratigraphy and Sedimentology. His study in the fields of Explosive eruption and Tephra under the domain of Volcano overlaps with other disciplines such as Chlorine.
His Caldera research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Pleistocene, Hydrothermal circulation, Magma chamber, Trachyte and Argon. His work in the fields of Geochemistry, such as Phenocryst, overlaps with other areas such as Systematics. His biological study deals with issues like Pyroclastic rock, which deal with fields such as Anomaly.
His main research concerns Volcano, Mineralogy, Caldera, Magma and Ponding. In the field of Volcano, his study on Vulcanian eruption overlaps with subjects such as Context. His studies in Mineralogy integrate themes in fields like Volcanic explosivity index and Explosive material.
He interconnects Volcanic winter, Archaeology and Argon in the investigation of issues within Caldera. His research on Magma concerns the broader Geochemistry. Volcanology, Silicate, Petrology, Explosive eruption and Chlorine are fields of study that overlap with his Ponding research.
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Geochemical zoning, mingling, eruptive dynamics and depositional processes; the Campanian Ignimbrite, Campi Flegrei caldera, Italy
L. Civetta;G. Orsi;L. Pappalardo;R.V. Fisher.
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research (1997)
Volcanic ash layers illuminate the resilience of Neanderthals and early modern humans to natural hazards
John Lowe;Nick Barton;Simon Blockley;Christopher Bronk Ramsey.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2012)
Sr- and Nd-isotope and trace-element constraints on the chemical evolution of the magmatic system of Ischia (Italy) in the last 55 ka
Lucia Civetta;Gabriella Gallo;Giovanni Orsi.
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research (1991)
Geochemistry of the Phlegraean Fields (Italy) proximal sources for major Mediterranean tephras: implications for the dispersal of Plinian and co-ignimbritic components of explosive eruptions
Emma L. Tomlinson;Ilenia Arienzo;Lucia Civetta;Sabine Wulf.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2012)
Magmatic History of Somma–Vesuvius on the Basis of New Geochemical and Isotopic Data from a Deep Borehole (Camaldoli della Torre)
V. Di Renzo;M. A. Di Vito;I. Arienzo;A. Carandente.
Journal of Petrology (2007)
Thermal evolution of the Phlegraean magmatic system
Kenneth Wohletz;Lucia Civetta;Giovanni Orsi.
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research (1999)
The magmatic feeding system of the Campi Flegrei caldera: Architecture and temporal evolution
V. Di Renzo;I. Arienzo;L. Civetta;M. D'Antonio.
Chemical Geology (2011)
Statistical analysis of textural data from complex pyroclastic sequences: implications for fragmentation processes of the Agnano-Monte Spina Tephra (4.1 ka), Phlegraean Fields, southern Italy
P. Dellino;R. Isaia;La L. Volpe;G. Orsi.
Bulletin of Volcanology (2001)
The Campanian Ignimbrite Eruption, Heinrich Event 4, and Palaeolithic Change in Europe: A High-Resolution Investigation
Francesco G. Fedele;Biagio Giaccio;Roberto Isaia;Giovanni Orsi.
Geophysical monograph (2013)
The feeding system of Agnano-Monte Spina eruption (Campi Flegrei, Italy): Dragging the past into present activity and future scenarios
I. Arienzo;R. Moretti;L. Civetta;G. Orsi.
Chemical Geology (2010)
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