Mario Gaeta mainly focuses on Geochemistry, Volcano, Explosive eruption, Magma and Petrography. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Forming processes and Geochemistry. His Volcano study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Earth science and Clastic rock.
His Explosive eruption research includes elements of Mineralogy and Trachyte. His Magma research includes themes of Volcanism and Mafic. Maar, Stratigraphic section, Volcanic rock and Igneous rock is closely connected to Pyroclastic rock in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Petrography.
His primary areas of study are Geochemistry, Volcano, Magma, Pyroclastic rock and Magma chamber. His study in Petrology extends to Geochemistry with its themes. His Volcano research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Petrography and Clastic rock.
His studies in Magma integrate themes in fields like Earth science, Basalt and Mafic. Mario Gaeta has researched Pyroclastic rock in several fields, including Tephra and Igneous differentiation. His Magma chamber research incorporates elements of Caldera and Phonolite.
Mario Gaeta mostly deals with Geochemistry, Volcano, Magma, Paleontology and Tephra. Mario Gaeta merges Geochemistry with Field in his research. He studies Explosive eruption, a branch of Volcano.
His Explosive eruption research integrates issues from Elevation, Terrace, Magma chamber and Clastic rock. His Magma research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Lava, Basalt and Phenocryst. The concepts of his Lava study are interwoven with issues in Petrology and Mafic.
His primary scientific interests are in Paleontology, Magma, Geochemistry, Volcano and Tephra. His studies in Magma integrate themes in fields like Andesite, Magmatism and Phenocryst. His Geochemistry study focuses mostly on Basalt, Volcanic rock and Basaltic andesite.
His work deals with themes such as Quaternary and Chronology, which intersect with Volcano. His research integrates issues of Structural basin, Mediterranean climate and Geochronology in his study of Tephra. His Sedimentary rock study incorporates themes from Biostratigraphy, Pleistocene and Peninsula.
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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)
The Villa Senni Eruption (Alban Hills, central Italy): the role of H2O and CO2 on the magma chamber evolution and on the eruptive scenario
C. Freda;M. Gaeta;D.M. Palladino;R. Trigila.
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research (1997)
Clinopyroxene–liquid thermometers and barometers specific to alkaline differentiated magmas
M. Masotta;M. Masotta;S. Mollo;C. Freda;M. Gaeta;M. Gaeta.
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology (2013)
Carbonate assimilation in magmas: A reappraisal based on experimental petrology
Silvio Mollo;Mario Gaeta;Mario Gaeta;Carmela Freda;Tommaso Di Rocco.
Carbonate Assimilation in Open Magmatic Systems: the Role of Melt-bearing Skarns and Cumulate-forming Processes
Mario Gaeta;Mario Gaeta;Tommaso Di Rocco;Carmela Freda.
Journal of Petrology (2009)
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)
A geological model of the buried Tiber River valley beneath the historical centre of Rome
F. Bozzano;A. Andreucci;M. Gaeta;R. Salucci.
Bulletin of Engineering Geology and the Environment (2000)
Oxygen isotope geochemistry of pyroclastic clinopyroxene monitors carbonate contributions to Roman-type ultrapotassic magmas
L. Dallai;C. Freda;M. Gaeta.
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology (2004)
Magma Chambers Emplaced in Carbonate Substrate: Petrogenesis of Skarn and Cumulate Rocks and Implications for CO2 Degassing in Volcanic Areas
Tommaso Di Rocco;Carmela Freda;Mario Gaeta;Mario Gaeta;Silvio Mollo.
Journal of Petrology (2012)
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