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Initial Indoor Radon Measurements Near Faults Crossing Urban Locations of Mt. Etna Volcano (Italy).

For this reason, we felt the requirement to deepen our understanding on the radon present in the Etnean area, focusing in specific on indoor radon pollution that, as extensively acknowledged,…

Sicily’s Mount Etna, an Island Within an Island

In the summer, Sicily is the color of flax. Roll down the windows and, as you approach the mountain, the oppressive heat of the island’s dry interior provides way to…

A retrospective study on intense health effects due to volcanic ash di…

A retrospective study on intense health effects due to volcanic ash direct exposure during the eruption of Mount Etna (Sicily) in 2002 Background During the continual eruption that occurred in…

Gravitational collapse of Mount Etna’s southeastern flank

INTRODUCTION Volcanic flanks can move in action to various internal and external forces. For example, the out of balance weight distribution of a volcanic edifice and horizontal “pressing” due to…

New Insights on Mt. Etna’s Crust and Relationship with the Regional Te…

New Insights on Mt. Etna’s Crust and Relationship with the Regional Tectonic Structure from Joint Active and Passive P-Wave Seismic Tomography In the Central Mediterranean region, the production of chemically…

Initial Indoor Radon Measurements Near Faults Crossing Urban Locations of Mt. Etna Volcano (Italy).

For this reason, we felt the requirement to deepen our understanding on the radon present in the Etnean area, focusing in specific on indoor radon pollution that, as extensively acknowledged,…

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Sicily’s Mount Etna, an Island Within an Island

In the summer, Sicily is the color of flax. Roll down the windows and, as you approach the mountain, the oppressive heat of the island’s dry interior provides way to…

Read More

A retrospective study on intense health effects due to volcanic ash di…

A retrospective study on intense health effects due to volcanic ash direct exposure during the eruption of Mount Etna (Sicily) in 2002 Background During the continual eruption that occurred in…

Read More

Gravitational collapse of Mount Etna’s southeastern flank

INTRODUCTION Volcanic flanks can move in action to various internal and external forces. For example, the out of balance weight distribution of a volcanic edifice and horizontal “pressing” due to…

Read More

New Insights on Mt. Etna’s Crust and Relationship with the Regional Te…

New Insights on Mt. Etna’s Crust and Relationship with the Regional Tectonic Structure from Joint Active and Passive P-Wave Seismic Tomography In the Central Mediterranean region, the production of chemically…

Read More