Engineering Geology for Society and Territory - Volume 5: Urban Geology, Sustainable Planning and Landscape Exploitation

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Giorgio Lollino, Andrea Manconi, Fausto Guzzetti, Martin Culshaw, Peter Bobrowsky, Fabio Luino
Springer, Aug 25, 2014 - Science - 1400 pages
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This book is one out of 8 IAEG XII Congress volumes, and deals with the theme of urban geology. Along with a rapidly growing world population, the wave of urban growth continues, causing cities to swell and new metropolitan centers to emerge. These global trends also open new ventures for underground city development. Engineering geology plays a major role in facing the increasing issues of the urban environment, such as: finding aggregates for construction works; providing adequate water supply and waste management; solving building problems associated to geological and geomorphological conditions; evaluating host rock conditions for underground constructions; preventing or mitigating geological and seismic hazards. Furthermore, this book illustrates recent advancements in sustainable land use planning, which includes conservation, protection, reclamation and landscape impact of open pit mining and alternative power generation. The Engineering Geology for Society and Territory volumes of the IAEG XII Congress held in Torino from September 15-19, 2014, analyze the dynamic role of engineering geology in our changing world and build on the four main themes of the congress: environment, processes, issues and approaches. The congress topics and subject areas of the 8 IAEG XII Congress volumes are: 1. Climate Change and Engineering Geology 2. Landslide Processes River Basins 3. Reservoir Sedimentation and Water Resources 4. Marine and Coastal Processes Urban Geology 5. Sustainable Planning and Landscape Exploitation 6. Applied Geology for Major Engineering Projects 7. Education, Professional Ethics and Public Recognition of Engineering Geology 8. Preservation of Cultural Heritage
 

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Contents

Perspectives from the SMAT Project
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135 GNSS Hardware and Software Solutions for Environmental Hazards
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136 The Use of MicroUAV to Monitor Active Landslide Scenarios
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The Monte Stregone Landslide
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138 Rockfall Analysis During Emergency Scenarios
711
Forecasting and Protective Monitoring
715
140 Risk Analysis of a Major Pit Slope Failure at the Batu Hijau Open Pit Mine Operation PT Newmont Nusa Tenggara
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Part XIIGeoHydrological Risk and Town and Country Planning
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6 Assessment of Concrete Aggregate for ASR Potential by Petrography The Work Developed by RILEM TCACS 20072013
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7 Environmental Impact and Sustainability in Aggregate Production and Use
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8 Contrast Behavior of Sandstone from Mount Nemrut AdiyamanTurkey After the Accelerated Weathering Tests
45
Assessment of the Potential AlkaliReactivity of Volcanic Aggregates from Azores Islands
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10 Potential Reactivity to Alkalis of Portuguese Volcanic Aggregates for Concrete
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11 Production of Lightweight Aggregates from Phosphate Washing Plant Sludge
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12 Some Variations in Petrography of South African Karoo Dolerites and the Effects Thereof on Aggregate Properties
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13 Some Variations in Petrography of South African Karoo Dolerites and the Effects Deriving from Aggregate Treatments
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The Case Study of Turin Underground
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Experimental Investigations
81
The Effect of Aggregate Characteristics
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Reuse as Aggregate
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18 The Effect of Feldspar Mica and Clay Minerals on Compressive Strength of Mortar
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19 Petrographic Examination of Mortar Bars of Swedish Aggregates Exposed to RILEM AAR 2
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20 Risk Assessment of Swedish Concrete as a Construction Material in Relation to Naturally Occurring Radiation from Different Aggregates
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21 Aggregate Quality Mapping of Sustainable Substitutes for River Sand for Concrete Production in Eastern Botswana
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22 Influence of Geological Characteristics on Mechanical Properties of Crushed Stone Aggregates Produced from MetaVolcanic Rocks in Finland
111
23 Los Angeles and MicroDeval Values of Volcanic Rocks and Their Use as Aggregates Examples from Hungary
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A Case Study from the Bohemian Massif Czech Republic
119
Part IIIAnalysis and Control of Ground Deformations by Remote Monitoring
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25 Land Subsidence Due to Deep Groundwater Withdrawal in Northern Yangtze River Delta Area
125
26 Observing Dams Movements with Spaceborne SAR Interferometry
131
27 Deformation Monitoring Using GroundBased SAR Data
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28 Map and Monitoring Slow Ground Deformation in NW Italy Using PSI Techniques
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29 Integrated Use of Advanced InSAR and GPS Data for Subsidence Monitoring
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30 Observation of Expansive Clay Movement with DInSAR
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31 Analysis of a Subsidence Process by Integrating Geological and Hydrogeological Modelling with Satellite InSAR Data
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32 Satellite and Terrestrial Radar Interferometry for the Measurement of Slope Deformation
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33 Satellite and GroundBased Interferometric Radar Observations of an Active Rockslide in Northern Norway
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34 The Ligosullo UD Italy Landslide Revisiting of Past Data and Prospects from Monitoring Activities
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35 Advanced Characterization of a LandslideProne Area by Satellite aDInSAR
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36 Integration of Geotechnical and Remote Monitoring Systems for the Analysis and Control of Ground Deformation in Marble Quarrying Apuan Al...
183
37 Terrestrial SAR Interferometry Monitoring of Natural Slopes and ManMade Structures
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A Synthesis
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Part IVBuilding Stones Ornamental Rocksx2014Resource Evaluation Technical Assessment Heritage Designation
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39 A Global Heritage Stone Province in Association with the UNESCO World Heritage City of Salamanca Spain
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40 Characterization of the Natural Variability of Macael Serpentinite Almería South of Spain for Their Appropriate Use in the Building Industry
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41 Some Examples of Heritage Stones from Australia
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A Global Heritage Stone Resource
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A Potential Global Heritage Stone Province
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The Natural Stone in the Historic Buildings of the City of Granada Southern Spain Features as a Possible Candidate for the Designation of Global Her...
229
Petrographic PhysicalMechanical and Radiological Characterisation of the Granite CorsicaSardinia Batholith
233
Petrographic PhysicalMechanical and Radiological Characterisation of the FreezeThaw Testing
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47 Assessment of Potential Natural Stone Deposits
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48 PTXCO2 Pseudosection Modelling of TalcMagnesite Soapstone
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49 Adnet Marble Untersberg Marble and Leitha LimestoneBest Examples Expressing Austrias Physical Cultural Heritage
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50 The Wiborg Granite BatholithThe Main Production Area for Granite in Finland
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51 Methods for Evaluating the Natural Stone Weathering Condition in Selected Historical Buildings Within the Project Efficient Use of Natural Stone...
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Possible Candidates for the Designation of Global Heritage Stone Province and a Proposal of a Geotouristic Route
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Building Stone Evaluation Applied to Weathered GranitesThe Example of Amarelo Real Granite Northern Portugal
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54 Production of Granitic Press Rollers in Finland
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55 The Uses of Natural Stone in the Building of Canberra Australias National Capital City
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Heat as an Agent in Ancient Egyptian Hard Stone Quarrying
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57 Environmental Background in Apricena Quarries Apulia Southern Italy
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58 Size Effect in Flexural Strength Test on Dimension Stones
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59 CEMarking of Natural StonePractical Application and Solutions in Sweden
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Hierarchical Approaches Toward Safeguarding Heritage Building Stone Resources in Englandand Wales
313
61 The Relation Between the Petrographic PhysicoMechanical Properties and the Use of Some Deposit Paving in Algeria
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Part VCommunicating Engineering Geology with Urban Planners
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Some Lessons for Future Interactions Between Engineering Geos
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63 A Decision Support System Suggestion for the Optimum Railway Route Selection
331
64 Communication of Geological Information in Planning of Urban Areas
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65 The Use of a Spatial MultiCriteria Technique for Urban Suitability Assessment Due to Extensive Mass Movements The Case Study of Vitala Villag...
339
Some Lessons Learned
345
67 Urban Engineering Geological Maps for Bradford UK
351
Informing and Transforming Communities in the Developing World Through Geotechnical Information
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69 3D Mapping of Geological Base Data and Its Utilization for Ur in Straubing Germany
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Part VIComplexity in Hazard and Risk AssessmentComplexity in Hazard and Risk Assessment
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Case Study from Lagos Nigeria
365
71 Applying the Disruption Index Procedure to Evaluate the Urban Seismic Risk in the Mt Etna Area Italy
371
72 Environmental Impact Assessment of Geological Processes in Russia
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73 Complexity in Seismic Risk Assessment at Different Levels with GIS Technology Application
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A New Complex Multistep Approach
387
75 Microzonation of Gölbaşı Special Environmental Protection Area with Respect to Geoenvironmental Criteria
393
The Case of the Autonomous Province of Bolzano
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Basilicata Region Using a Multidisciplinary Approach
401
78 Master Plan of Hazard Assessment in Ijen Volcano Complex
405
Basilicata Region and Artificial Neural Network ANN Models in Evaporite Karst System A Case Study from Lesina Marina Southern Italy
411
80 Geomorphological Complexity in Landslide Susceptibility Modelling
415
81 Analysis of Interaction Between Waves and Cliff Along the Adr Apulia Italy
421
82 Hazard of Karstic Sinkhole Formation in an Area South of Pretoria South Africa
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Part VIIEngineering Geology in Rural Infrastructure Planning
431
Brazil
433
84 Subsidence of Buried Soils in Cyclic Loess Sequences of the Northern Eurasia
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85 An Overview of Engineering Geology and Sustainable Rural Infrastructure Development
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Itaqueri Region State of São Paulo Brazil
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Part VIIIEngineering Problems in KarstEngineering Problems in KarstEngineering Problems in KarstEngineering Problems in KarstEngineering Prob...
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87 Determination of Priorities and Importance of Some Geotechnical Factors in Grouting of Karst in Large Dam Sites with Decision Tree Model CAR...
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88 Earthen Dike Leakage at the Dead Sea
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89 Mapping of Salt Consolidation and Permeability Using MASW Method in the Dead Sea Sinkhole Problem
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90 Subsurface Dams as a Solution for Supplementary Recharge and Groundwater Storage in Karst Aquifers in Arid Areas
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91 Analysis of Condition of Underground Cavities Odessa Ukraine
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92 Facing Engineering Problems in the Fragile Karst Environment
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93 Geological and Geophysical Techniques for the Identification of Subterranean Cavities
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94 Engineering Geological Characterization of the Antalya Karstic Rocks
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Implications for a Comprehensive LandUse Planning
493
96 Problems with Caves During Tunneling in Dinaric Karst Croatia
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97 Sinkholes and Land Use Regulation in South Africa
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98 Geophysical Investigation to Delineate Hazardous Cavities in AlHassa Karstic Region Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
507
99 Environmental Aspects of Proposed Engineering Solution for Interbasin Transfer in East Herzegovina
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100 General EngineeringGeological Principles of Karst Risk Assessment
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101 Assessing Karst Hazards for a Nuclear Power Plant Site Southern Appalachian Mountains USA
525
102 Current Status and Strategic Planning of Sinkhole Collapses in China
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103 Validation of Rated Sinkhole Span for Building in Covered Karst Areas
535
104 Potential Karst Collapse Assessment Along a Bridge Foundation of HighSpeed Rail Anshan China
539
105 Uncertainties in the Application of Rock Mass Classification and Geomechanical Models for Engineering Design in Carbonate Rocks
545
106 Karst Remediation in the Variant to the National Road 9 Between Cascais and Abuxarda Portugal
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Detection and Analysis Through Integrated Techniques
553
108 Evaluating the Potentialities of Hydro stratigraphic Geomorphological and Geophysical Analyses to Detect Underground Cavities
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109 With the Rich Experience Gained in the Construction of Motorways We are Planning the Course of the 5th European Railway Corridor Crossing...
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110 Experience of Quantitative Assessment of Karst Risk in Russia
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111 Study on Groundwater System Effect of Tunnel Drainage Control in Karst Valley
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Sardinia
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113 Challenges of Renewable Energy Source Utilisation at Section BelgradeSouthern Adriatic Across Karst Plateau of Pešter Plateau Western Serbia
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114 Some Considerations on 3D and 2D Numerical Models for the Assessment of the Stability of Underground Caves
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115 Speleological and Hydrogeological Factors of Urbanization and Development of Road Network on Mountain Zlatibor Western Serbia
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Three Case History
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Comparison of the KarstALEA Method with a Random Karst Distribution Approach
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118 The Role of Tectonic Structures and DensityDriven Groundwater Flow for Salt Karst Formation
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Methodologies for Risk Evaluation and Safety Management
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119 Asbestiform Amphiboles in a Serpentinite Quarry in Operation Province of Córdoba Argentina
614
120 Geological and Analytical Procedures for the Evaluation of AsbestosRelated Risk in Underground and Surface Rock Excavation
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A Protocol for Preliminary Field and Laboratory Investigations During Geological Mapping
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122 Geological Characterizion of Potentially AsbestosBearing Rocks for the Project Hydraulic and Structural Works for Embankment of the Varenna...
627
Part XExperiences and Potentialities of DataDriven Modeling in Earth Science Issues
631
123 Variational Data Assimilation with TELEMAC Proof of Concept for Model State Correction on the Berre Lagoon 3DModel
633
124 Developing an Adequate Approach to Model the Geotechnical Parameters for Reducing the Ventures of Underground City Development
639
125 Calculation of Water Retention Curves of Rock Samples by Differential Evolution
643
126 Data Mining and DataDriven Modelling in Engineering Geology Applications
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127 Predicting Landslide Displacements by Multi objective Evolutionary Polynomial Regression
651
128 DataDriven Analysis of Discharge Variations at Mercure Spring South Italy
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Forcasting and Protective Monitoring
660
129 Landslide Processes of Active Phase of under Conditions of Technogenesis with the Example of Pridneprovsk Industrial Region of Ukraine
661
130 Discussion on Geological Hazards Caused by Exploitation of Deep Groundwater in North China
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131 Assessment of Geohazards Triggered by both Natural Events and Human Activities in Rapidly Urbanized Areas
674
132 Preidentification of Staging Areas for Probable Earthquake of Tehran Municipality No5 Using OWA Method
681
133 Application of Laser Scanning for Monitoring Coastal Cliff Instability in the Pozzuoli Bay Coroglio Site Posillipo Hill Naples
686
141 Landslide Risk ReductionComplementary Routes to Learning
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Some Examples in Brazil
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Examples from Case Study Sites in Italy and Romania with a Focus on Flood and Landslide Hazards
737
An Example from the Buzau Subcarpathians Romania
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Material Intrusion as a Key Factor for the Physical Vulnerability of the Built Environment to Debris Flows
747
146 Analysis of Hydrological and Landslide Hazards at Castellammare Del Golfo Northern Sicily
752
147 Geohydrological Risk Mitigation Measures and LandManagement in a Highly Vulnerable Small Coastal Catchment
759
148 Geotechnical Study of Urban Soil and Subsoil of Fez City N Morocco and Natural Risk Mapping Using Geographic Information System GIS
763
149 Implementation of Landslide Susceptibility in the Perugia Municipal Development Plan PRG
769
150 Integrating Natural Hazards in Spanish and Italian Land Use Planning
773
151 Landslide Occurrences During the HighIntensity Rainfall Event of MarchApril 2013 in the EmiliaRomagna Region North Apennines Italy
777
152 Challenges in Assessing and Managing Geohydrological Risk Related to Natural and Anthropogenic Pressures in Alpine Ski Resorts
781
The Case of Alessandria Town Piedmont Northern Italy
786
154 Comparison Between Flooded Areas and FloodRisk Areas Case of Var Department France
793
Lost in Translation
797
Assessment Monitoring and Mitigation Strategies
802
156 Observations and Seismic Response Analysis of Urban Landslide Induced by the 2011 off the Pacific Coast of Tohoku Earthquake
803
157 Search and Assessment of Decompression Zones in Landslide Slopes of the NorthWest Coast of the Black Sea Ukraine
811
The Village of Atrani Emergency Plan
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The Urban Area of Ancona Municipality
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160 Engineering Geological Analyses for Hazard Assessment of the Urbanized Relict Lemeglio Coastal Landslide Eastern Liguria Italy
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161 Landslides in Urban Areas of Luxembourg Caused by Weak Rheatian Clay
831
162 The Urban Flooding Early Warning System of the Greater Turin NorthWestern Italy Based on WeatherRadar Observations
836
163 Population Exposed to Landslide and Flood Risk in Italy
843
164 A Cost Effective Methodology for the Rapid Evaluation of the Flood Susceptibility Along Anthropized Rivers
849
Two Case Histories in Rome
853
166 The Role of Fieldwork in Courses Developed to Avoid Accidents and Disasters in São Paulo City Brazil
857
167 The 1773 Cava de Tirreni Flash Flood Southern Italy an Opportunity to Further Enhance the Use of Documentary Sources as Hazard and Risk A...
861
Reliability of Old and New Measurements
865
169 Landslide Risk Assessment in the Reconstructed Bridge Area RostovonDon Russia
869
170 Landside Problem and Its Investigations in Miskolc Hungary
873
Part XIVMapping Urban Subsurface for Geohazard Assessment and Risk Management
878
A Contribution to the Postearthquake Rebuild
881
172 Collapse Susceptibility Mapping Using SRTM Data Obtained from Topodata Project
885
173 Geological Modeling in the Urban Subsurface Using the Microtremor Array Survey
892
A Multidisciplinary Tool for Hydraulic Hydrogeologic and Subsidence Risk Management
899
175 Zoning of Bereznyaki Urban Area Perm Krai Russia According to the Geohazard Degree
903
176 Identification of Ground Engineering Hazards in London Through the Use of Predictive 4D Geomodelling Tools
907
177 Assessment of KarstSuffosion Hazard Along the Routes of Designed Metro Lines in Moscow
912
178 The Map of Radon Hazard of Moscow
919
179 Engineering Geological Zoning of Moscow by the Conditions for Subsurface Construction
923
180 3Dimensional Geological Mapping Applications to Urban Geological Environment
927
A Useful Tool for Land Planning and Risk Management
932
182 StructuralGeodynamic Mapping with Using the Geostatistical Analysis of the Platform Areas on the Example of Moscow
937
Part XVOffFault Coseismic Surface Effects and Their Impact in Urban Areas
944
183 Geochemical and Geomorphological Analyses on Liquefaction Occurred During the 2012 Emilia Seismic Sequence
945
184 Geological and Geophysical Approaches for the Definition of the Areas Prone to Liquefaction and for the Identification and Characterization of ...
951
The Case of the City of Thessaloniki Northern Greece
957
Part XVIRemote Sensing Applications for the Detection Monitoring Modeling and Damage Assessment of Critical Structures and Complex
964
186 Integrations of Multiple Observations to Estimate Hydraulic Parameters in Choushui River Fluvial Plain of Central Taiwan
967
187 Characterization of Longwall Mining Induced Subsidence by Means of Automated Analysis of InSAR TimeSeries
972
188 Geological Application of UAV Photogrammetry and Terrestrial Laser Scanning in Marble Quarrying Apuan Alps Italy
979
The Case Study of Roma Italy
985
New Perspectives for the Monitoring of Dams
989
191 Monitoring Land Subsidence in the Tokyo Region with SAR Interferometric Stacking Techniques
995
Part XVIISurface FaultRupture Hazard in Urban AreasSurface FaultRupture Hazard in Urban AreasSurface FaultRupture Hazard in Urban AreasSurfa...
1000
192 Characterisation of Surface Fault Rupture for Civil Engineering Design
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An Example from the Central Apennines Italy
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194 Microzonation of the Liwa City on the Great Sumatera Active Fault and Giant Ranau Volcanic Complex in South Sumatera Indonesia
1014
Towards a First Assessment Based on the ITHACA Database
1021
Monitoring of Land Subsidence Controlled by Buried Faults with InSAR Techniques Ciudad Guzmán Mexico
1026
The San Gregorio Village Case Study LAquila Central Italy Methodological Insight for Seismic Microzonation Studies
1033
Only Faults? Examples from the 2009 LAquila Earthquake Region Central Italy
1037
199 Repeated Major Episodes of Tectonic Deformation Lateral Spread and Liquefaction in Christchurch During the Canterbury Earthquake Sequenc...
1043
Input Data Methodology and Impact on Planning
1052
200 Geoengineering Aspects of the Van Earthquakes Turkey of October and November 2011 and Associated Geotechnical Damages
1053
201 The Characteristics of 2011 Simav Earthquake Turkey with an Emphasis on Geotechnical Damage
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Methodology and Preliminary Results
1065
203 A New Empirical Method to Predict LiquefactionInduced Lateral Spread
1071
204 Evaluation of the Ground Motion Amplification at Poggio Picenze Italy
1077
The Case Study of Barberino di Mugello Florence Italy
1081
The Canazei Case Study Trentino N Italy
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The Case Study
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208 Local Seismic Response in the Southern Part of the Historic Centre of LAquila
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209 The Experience of Seismic Microzonation in Lazio Region Italy Mountain Municipalities
1101
Investigation and Analysis
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211 Soil Liquefaction Analyses in a TestArea Affected by the 201 Earthquake Italy
1111
212 Seismic Microzonation of the Cassino Plain
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213 The ShakeMap and the EmiliaLombardia 2012 Earthquake
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214 A GISBased Tool for Reliability Assessment of Seismic Microzonation Studies According to Italian Instructions and Criteria
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Possible Role of Local Seismic Amplification
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216 Parametric Numerical Study of Observed Amplification Effects on the Colle di Roio Limestone Ridge Central Italy
1133
217 The Seismic Microzonation of San Gregorio Through a Multidisciplinary Approach Seismic Amplification in a Stiff Site
1137
218 VS and NSPT Measures for Seismic Characterization of Soils
1143
219 On the Performances of Site Parameters for Soil Classification
1148
The Avezzano Area Central Italy
1153
221 Analytical and Experimental Investigation of the Frequency Content of Ground Motions Recorded in Bucharest During Strong Vrancea Earthqu...
1159
Geological Model and Seismic Response
1163
Standards for Data Storage and Representation
1168
224 CrossCorrelation Analysis of Seismic Noise Data in the Fucino Plain Central Appennines Italy
1173
A Case Study in the Light of Some Theoretical Aspects
1177
226 A Brief Method for Evaluation of the Liquefaction Susceptibility in Bucharest Area
1183
227 Evaluate on Geological Environment Quality in Pengzhou Baishui and Bailu River Basin
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Part XIXUnderground Urban DevelopmentUnderground Urban DevelopmentUnderground Urban DevelopmentUnderground Urban DevelopmentU...
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228 The Development of Linked Databases and Environmental Modelling Systems for DecisionMaking in London
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229 Effect of Thermal Change by Ground Source Heat Pumps on Groundwater and Geoenvironment in the Late Pleistocene Terrace Area of Tokyo ...
1200
Principles and Problems
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231 Investigation of Geological Limitations for Subway Tunneling in Ahvaz City Iran
1209
232 Life Cycle Analysis of Underground Thermal Energy Storage
1213
233 10 Dimensions Town Planning Research Project
1219
234 Is There a Role for Subsurface Lease in Urban Development to Gain Community Support?
1223
Part XXUrban and Land Planning Versus Risks Resilient Management
1230
235 Spatial Planning Measures for the Enhancement of Urban Resilience Against Flooding Risk
1233
236 Direct and Indirect Impact of Landslide on Environment
1237
237 Risk Analysis for Swelling Clays to Buildings is South Madrid Spain
1242
238 Various Approaches to Risk Assessment in Urban Development
1247
239 The Importance of a Proper Risk Management Plan for a Safe Use of the Underground Space in Densely Urbanised Areas Two Case Histories
1251
Part XXIContruction MaterialsContruction MaterialsContruction MaterialsContruction MaterialsContruction MaterialsContruction MaterialsContructio...
1256
240 Usability of Pyroclastic Rocks as Construction Materials Example from Nigeria
1257
241 Study of the Water Effects on the Tensile Strength and Cracking Processes of Molded Gypsum
1263
242 Slopes Design for Quarrys Remediation Using Ground Materials of Piraeus Subway Excavation
1269
243 Use of Dune Sand as an Alternative for River Sand for Construction Industry in Sri Lanka
1277
A Case Study from the Province of Córdoba Argentina
1281
245 An Experimental Study for Evaluating the Disintegration Behavior of ClayBearing Rocks under Field Conditions
1285
246 Methods to Increase Effectiveness of Injective Chemical Stabilisation of Loess Soils
1289
247 Experimental Study on Rock Deterioration by Repetition of Freezing and Thawing and by Repetition of Dry and Wet in Cold Region
1293
248 The Pinhole Test for Dispersive Soil Identification
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Regulation of Emissions in England
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250 Industrial Chance to Recover Residual Sludge from Dimension Stones in Civil and Environmental Applications
1309
An Example of Territorial Requalification of Abandoned Quarries
1314
Development of an In Situ Monitoring System
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253 Investigations into the SelfHealing of Desiccation Cracks in Compacted Clays
1327
254 Study of Moisture and Cement Rates Influence on Hydraulic Conductivity of a Stabilized Sandy Soil by Means of a Factorial Design of Experim...
1332
255 Weathering of Pyritic Clay in the Vicinity of Concrete Undergoing Thaumasite Sulphate Attack
1337
265 An Investigation of Noise Effects on Natural Heritage and Historic Building Materials
1342
Part XXIIAquifer Vulnerability and SpringsWells Protection Zones
1347
257 Wellfields under Heavy Urban PressureMonitoring Simulation Maintenance
1349
Gpz Method
1353
A New Method in a Porous Media Aquifer in Regione Automa Valle dAosta
1357
260 Natural Occurrence of Sulphates in Ground and Surface Waters in Aosta Plain Italy
1361
A Case Study from a Brazilian Urban Area
1365
262 Effects of PeriUrban Occupation in the Recharge Area of the Guarani Aquifer in São Carlos São Paulo Brazil
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Vulnerability and Climatic Dependency of Alpine Springs in Italy Regione Valle dAosta and Switzerland Canton Valais
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264 The Importance of Monitoring for the Determination of Aquifer Vulnerability and Spring Protection Areas
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265 Vulnerability Assessment of Mazzoccolo Spring Aquifer Central Italy Combined with GeoChemical and Isotope Modeling
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Author Index
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