New frontiers of multiscale monitoring, analysis and modeling of environmental systems
Environmental systems often span spatial and temporal scales covering different orders of magnitude. The session is oriented in collecting studies relevant to understand multiscale aspects of these systems and in proposing adequate multi-platform surveillance networks monitoring tools systems. It is especially aimed to emphasize the interaction between environmental processes occurring at different scales. In particular, a special attention is devoted to the studies focused on the development of new techniques and integrated instrumentation for multiscale monitoring high natural risk areas, such as: volcanic, seismic, slope instability and other environmental context.
We expect contributions derived from several disciplines, such as applied geophysics, seismology, geodesy, geochemistry, remote sensing, volcanology, geotechnical and soil science. In this context, the contributions in analytical and numerical modeling of geodynamics processes are also welcome.
Finally, a special reference is devoted to the integration through the use of GeoWeb platforms and the management of visualization and analysis of multiparametric databases acquired by different sources
Mariarosaria Manzo, Riccardo Lanari, Ilaria Antoncecchi, Giuseppe Solaro, Manuela Bonano, Sabatino Buonanno, Raffaele Castaldo, Francesco Casu, Francesco Ciccone, Claudio De Luca, Vincenzo De Novellis, Michele Manunta, Giovanni Onorato, Susi Pepe, Giada Rossi, Pietro Tizzani, Giovanni Zeni, Ivana Zinno, and Franco Terlizzese
Flora Giudicepietro, Sonia Calvari, Salvatore Alparone, Alessandro Bonaccorso, Teresa Caputo, Luca D'Auria, Walter De Cesare, Bellina Di Lieto, Antonietta M. Esposito, Giovanni Macedonio, Marcello Martini, Massimo Orazi, Rosario Peluso, Pierdomenico Romano, Giovanni Scarpato, and Anna Tramelli