2023 - Research.com Earth Science in Italy Leader Award
Pietro Teatini spends much of his time researching Subsidence, Geomorphology, Groundwater, Aquifer and Sea level. Pietro Teatini combines subjects such as Geomechanics and Physical geography with his study of Subsidence. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Groundwater recharge, Holocene and Spatial variability.
Pietro Teatini interconnects Hydrogeology, Groundwater-related subsidence and Surface water in the investigation of issues within Groundwater. His study with Aquifer involves better knowledge in Hydrology. His studies in Hydrology integrate themes in fields like Levelling and Borehole.
Pietro Teatini mainly investigates Hydrology, Aquifer, Subsidence, Groundwater and Geomorphology. His research integrates issues of Peat and Structural basin in his study of Hydrology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Hydrogeology, Pore water pressure and Brackish water in addition to Aquifer.
His Subsidence research incorporates themes from River delta, Levelling, Sea level, Settlement and Remote sensing. He has researched Groundwater in several fields, including Surface water and Wetland. His Geomorphology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Borehole, Salt marsh and Spatial variability.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Groundwater, Aquifer, Subsidence, Hydrology and Soil science. His research investigates the connection with Groundwater and areas like Hydrogeology which intersect with concerns in Groundwater recharge. His research in Aquifer intersects with topics in Bedrock, Geomorphology, Wetland and Interferometric synthetic aperture radar.
His Subsidence study incorporates themes from Salt marsh, Coastal plain, Sea level, Marsh and Remote sensing. His study explores the link between Sea level and topics such as Climate change that cross with problems in Elevation and Physical geography. His studies deal with areas such as Natural and Sea surface temperature, Oceanography, Bay as well as Hydrology.
His primary areas of investigation include Subsidence, Hydrology, Groundwater, Geomorphology and Soil science. His work deals with themes such as Natural, Salt marsh, River delta, Marsh and Remote sensing, which intersect with Subsidence. His study looks at the relationship between Remote sensing and fields such as Seawater, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
His Hydrology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Scale, Sediment, Marine transgression and Holocene. The study incorporates disciplines such as Hydrogeology and Graben in addition to Groundwater. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Geomorphology, Fissure, Bedrock and Ridge is strongly linked to Fault.
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Groundwater pumping and land subsidence in the Emilia‐Romagna coastland, Italy: Modeling the past occurrence and the future trend
P. Teatini;M. Ferronato;G. Gambolati;M. Gonella.
Water Resources Research (2006)
Land subsidence due to groundwater withdrawal in the northern Beijing plain, China
Lin Zhu;Huili Gong;Xiaojuan Li;Rong Wang.
Engineering Geology (2015)
A century of land subsidence in Ravenna, Italy
Pietro Teatini;Massimiliano Ferronato;Giuseppe Gambolati;W. Bertoni.
Environmental Earth Sciences (2005)
Monitoring the saltwater intrusion by time lapse electrical resistivity tomography: The Chioggia test site (Venice Lagoon, Italy)
R. de Franco;G. Biella;L. Tosi;P. Teatini;P. Teatini.
Journal of Applied Geophysics (2009)
Eustacy and land subsidence in the Venice Lagoon at the beginning of the new millennium
Laura Carbognin;Pietro Teatini;Luigi Tosi.
Journal of Marine Systems (2004)
Mapping regional land displacements in the Venice coastland by an integrated monitoring system
Pietro Teatini;Luigi Tosi;Tazio Strozzi;Laura Carbognin.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2005)
Global change and relative sea level rise at Venice: what impact in term of flooding
Laura Carbognin;Pietro Teatini;Pietro Teatini;Alberto Tomasin;Luigi Tosi.
Climate Dynamics (2010)
The Lagoon of Venice: geological setting, evolution and land subsidence
Antonio Brambati;Laura Carbognin;Tullio Quaia;Pietro Teatini.
Quantitative evidence that compaction of Holocene sediments drives the present land subsidence of the Po Delta, Italy
P. Teatini;P. Teatini;L. Tosi;T. Strozzi.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2011)
Geomechanical response to seasonal gas storage in depleted reservoirs: A case study in the Po River basin, Italy
P. Teatini;N. Castelletto;M. Ferronato;G. Gambolati.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2011)
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