2023 - Research.com Earth Science in Italy Leader Award
Piergiorgio Scarlato focuses on Mineralogy, Geochemistry, Volcano, Magma and Explosive eruption. His Mineralogy research integrates issues from Quenching, Basalt, Silicic and Analytical chemistry. His Geochemistry research focuses on subjects like Earth science, which are linked to Geochronology.
Volcano is a primary field of his research addressed under Seismology. The various areas that Piergiorgio Scarlato examines in his Magma study include Natural and Volcanism. His research integrates issues of Volcanic ash and Explosive material in his study of Explosive eruption.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Volcano, Seismology, Geochemistry, Petrology and Mineralogy. His work investigates the relationship between Volcano and topics such as Explosive material that intersect with problems in Explosive eruption. His study in Strombolian eruption and Volcanology is carried out as part of his Seismology studies.
His Earth science research extends to Geochemistry, which is thematically connected. His Mineralogy study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Crystallization, Basalt, Volcanic ash and Analytical chemistry. Magma and Volcanism are commonly linked in his work.
His main research concerns Volcano, Petrology, Magma, Geochemistry and Basalt. His studies in Volcano integrate themes in fields like Geophysics and Mafic. His study in Magma is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Pyroclastic rock and Explosive material.
Within one scientific family, Piergiorgio Scarlato focuses on topics pertaining to Multispectral image under Explosive material, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Mineralogy. His Geochemistry research incorporates elements of Crater morphology and Crystal. His Basalt research includes themes of Spinel, Magmatism and Phenocryst, Volcanic rock.
Piergiorgio Scarlato mainly investigates Volcano, Geochemistry, Mafic, Phenocryst and Fractional crystallization. His research in the fields of Volcanic ash overlaps with other disciplines such as Particle. His work in the fields of Geochemistry, such as Magma and Ultramafic rock, overlaps with other areas such as Hornblende, Anthophyllite and Actinolite.
His work in Mafic covers topics such as Trace element which are related to areas like Igneous rock. His Phenocryst research incorporates themes from Crystallization and Basalt. His study on Fractional crystallization also encompasses disciplines like
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Conduit processes during the July-August 2001 explosive activity of Mt. Etna (Italy) : inferences from glass chemistry and crystal size distribution of ash particles
J. Taddeucci;M. Pompilio;P. Scarlato.
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research (2004)
Solubility of H2O and CO2 in ultrapotassic melts at 1200 and 1250 °C and pressure from 50 to 500 MPa
Harald Behrens;Valeria Misiti;Carmela Freda;Francesco Vetere;Francesco Vetere.
American Mineralogist (2009)
High-speed imaging of Strombolian explosions: The ejection velocity of pyroclasts
J. Taddeucci;P. Scarlato;A. Capponi;E. Del Bello.
Geophysical Research Letters (2012)
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)
Monitoring the explosive activity of the July–August 2001 eruption of Mt. Etna (Italy) by ash characterization
Jacopo Taddeucci;Massimo Pompilio;Piergiorgio Scarlato.
Geophysical Research Letters (2002)
Dependence of clinopyroxene composition on cooling rate in basaltic magmas: Implications for thermobarometry
Silvio Mollo;Pierdomenico Del Gaudio;Guido Ventura;Gianluca Iezzi.
Magma–carbonate interaction: An experimental study on ultrapotassic rocks from Alban Hills (Central Italy)
Carmela Freda;Mario Gaeta;Valeria Misiti;Silvio Mollo.
Carbonate assimilation in magmas: A reappraisal based on experimental petrology
Silvio Mollo;Mario Gaeta;Mario Gaeta;Carmela Freda;Tommaso Di Rocco.
A new test for equilibrium based on clinopyroxene-melt pairs: Clues on the solidification temperatures of Etnean alkaline melts at post-eruptive conditions
Silvio Mollo;Keith Putirka;Valeria Misiti;Michele Soligo.
Chemical Geology (2013)
Volatile diffusion in silicate melts and its effects on melt inclusions
Don R. Baker;Carmela Freda;Richard A. Brooker;Piergiorgio Scarlato.
Annals of Geophysics (2009)
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