S29. Recent advances in fluid geochemistry in active volcanic and geothermal areas: following Mariano Valenza

Conveners and Chairpersons Alessandro Aiuppa (UNIPA), Sergio Gurrieri (INGV), Franco Tassi (UNIFI), Jacopo Cabassi (UNIFI), Carlo Cardellini (UNIPG)

ORALI

Mercoledi 18 Settembre 2019 [08.30-10.00]

Aula N

29-1    08.30 - 08.45
[KEYNOTE] Chiodini G.*, Beddini G., Caliro S., Cardellini C., Frondini F. & Rosiello A. : Measuring and interpreting CO2 and advective heat fluxes at regional scale: the case of Apennines, Italy

29-2    08.45 - 09.00
Calabrese S.*, Li Vigni L., Brugnone F. & Capasso G. : The precious “scientific heritage” of Mariano Valenza: the unknown history of Ludovico Sicardi and the birth of the modern volcanology

29-3    09.00 - 09.15
Di Martino R.M.R.*, Capasso G. & Camarda M. : The on-field measurements of 13C/12C of the CO2 improve the consolidated practices of volcano monitoring

29-4    09.15 - 09.30
Federico C.*, Bellomo S., Brusca L., Calabrese S., D’Alessandro W., Falcone E.E. & Longo M. : Bioavailability of trace and ultratrace elements in soils in the Mt. Etna volcanic area: the role of the emission source and insights on their mobility in the interstitial solution

29-5    09.30 - 09.45
Tamburello G.* & Carbonara N. : Distribution of the thermal springs in the world in relation to active volcanic and tectonic areas

29-6    09.45 - 10.00
Moretti R.*, Moune S., Robert V., Bonifacie M., Jessop D. & Komorowski JC. : A geochemical reappraisal of the hydrothermal system of La Soufrière of Guadeloupe (French West Indies) with implications for unrest

Mercoledi 18 Settembre 2019 [11.30-13.00]

Aula N

29-7    11.30 - 11.45
Tassi F.* : Past and present of geochemical investigations on meromictic volcanic lakes: hints for the next future

29-8    11.45 - 12.00
Rouwet D.*, Tamburello G., Procesi M., Venturi S., Santi A., Chiodini G., Pecoraino G., Ricci T., Cabassi J. & Tassi F. : Resuming volcanic surveillance at Lake Albano: updates on the dissolved gas content and vertical temperature profiles

29-9    12.00 - 12.15
Venturi S.*, Cabassi J., Butturini A., Vazquez E., Pacini N., Tassi F., Vaselli O., Amalfitano S., Crognale S., Rossetti S., Harper D.M., Capecchiacci F. & Fazi S. : Tropical saline-alkaline lakes as a major source of greenhouse gases: evidence from lake Sonachi, Kenya

29-10    12.15 - 12.30
Cabassi J., Capecchiacci F., Magi F.*, Vaselli O., Tassi F., Montalvo F., Esquivel I., Grassa F. & Caprai A. : Water and dissolved gas geochemistry at Coatepeque, Ilopango and Chanmico volcanic lakes (El Salvador, Central America)

29-11    12.30 - 12.45
Cardellini C.*, Chiodini G., Frondini F., Caliro S., Avino R., Bagnato E., Beddini G. & Rosiello A. : Carbon dioxide diffuse emission in volcanic and hydrothermal areas: monitoring volcanic activity and impact on carbon global emissions

29-12    12.45 - 13.00
Gagliano A.L.*, Daskalopoulou K. & D’Alessandro W. : New perspectives in geothermal CH4 output estimation

Mercoledi 18 Settembre 2019 [15.30-17.00]

Aula N

29-13    15.30 - 15.45
Lelli M.*, Taramaeli M., Ariph K., Sadock J., Pisani P., Pasqua C., Principe C., Mnzava F., Armadillo E., Rizzello D. & Mkangala A. : Relationships between CO2 soil degassing and regional/local fault systems in the Kiejo-Mbaka geothermal prospect (Tanzania)

29-14    15.45 - 16.00
Li Vigni L.*, D’Alessandro W., Cardellini C., Daskalopoulou K., Calabrese S. & Brugnone F. : Preliminary study on geogenic degassing through the big karstic aquifers of Greece

29-15    16.00 - 16.15
Mancini A.*, Frondini F., Capezzuoli E., Galvez Mejia E., Lezzi G., Matarazzi D., Brogi A. & Swennen R. : Travertine masses from western Central Italy and natural Earth degassing: an approach to evaluate the geogenic CO2 flux

29-16    16.15 - 16.30
Bini G.*, Chiodini G., Cardellini C., Vougioukalakis G.E. & Bachmann O. : Estimating the energetic budget of hydrothermal systems using diffuse emission of CO2: the case of Nisyros (Greece)

29-27    16.30 - 16.45
Nicodemi L.*, Brogi A., Capezzuoli E., D’Orazio M., Fulignati P. & Zanchetta G. : Unravelling hypogean mineralizing fluids from the geochemistry of epigean travertines: insights from central-southern Tuscan (Italy)

29-18    16.45 - 17.00
Ruggieri G., Orlando A.* & Borrini D. : The synthesis of fluid inclusions: from the lab to geothermal wells

IES - Interactive Extended Session

Mercoledi 18 Settembre 2019

Aula Centrale

29-19    
Di Martino R.M.R.*, Camarda M. & Gurrieri S. : The monitoring of hydrogen and carbon dioxide at Stromboli volcano

POSTER

Mercoledi 18 Settembre 2019

Area Poster

29-17    Pannello 74
Falcone E.E.*, Federico C., Boudoire G., Brusca L., Bellomo S. & Saiano F. : Geochemistry of trace metals and REE in low temperature hydrothermal areas in Vulcano Island (Aeolian Islands, Italy)

29-20    Pannello 75
Aiuppa A.* : Global trends in volcanic gas composition

29-21    Pannello 76
Brugnone F.*, Calabrese S., D’Alessandro W. , Li Vigni L. & Parello F. : The impact of Mt. Etna’s ash plume on the chemical composition of meteoric deposition

29-22    Pannello 77
Chiodini G.* & Caliro S. : Magma degassing episodes at volcanoes in hydrothermal activity

29-23    Pannello 78
Fazi S.*, Tassi F., Rossetti S., Pratesi P., Ceccotti M., Cabassi J., Capecchiacci F. , Venturi S. & Vaselli O. : The microbial community structure in a meromictic volcanic lake (Lake Averno, Italy)

29-24    Pannello 79
Fuoco I.*, Apollaro C., Vespasiano G., Timpano A., Cundari F. & De Rosa R. : Chemical weathering rates and CO2 consumption in the eastern sector of Sila Massif (Calabria, Italy) inferred from riverine water chemistry

29-25    Pannello 80
Grezio A.*, Costa A., Rouwet D. & Chiodini G. : Modelling the dynamics of volcanic lakes: Nyos Lake (Cameroon) and Albano Lake (Italy)

29-26    Pannello 81
Meloni F.*, Vaselli O., Nisi B., Rappuoli D., Cabassi J. & Bianchi F. : Geochemical features of the shallow aquifer in the former mining area of Abbadia San Salvatorer (Tuscany, central Italy)

29-28    Pannello 82
Procesi M.*, Cinti D., Cabassi J., Capecchiacci F., Caracausi A., Pizzino L., Fazi S. & Casentini B. : Does the anthropogenic lake Ex-Snia, in the centre of Rome, simulate the characteristics of a volcanic lake? 

29-29    Pannello 83
Randazzo P.*, Caracausi A., Apollaro C., Cardellini C., Chiodini G., Paternoster M., Rosiello A. & Aiuppa A. : Fluid geochemistry and CO2 output in the southern Apennine (Italy): Preliminary results

29-30    Pannello 84
Rosiello A.*, Cardellini C., Chiodini G., Frondini F. & Caliro S. : CO2 Earth Degassing in Southern Italy: quantification and source identification of the main regional aquifers of the Southern Apennines and Gargano Promontory

29-31    Pannello 85
Tassi F.*, Inostroza M. , Sepúlveda J., Capecchiacci F. & Aguilera F. : Preliminary geochemical investigation of the Colpitas hydrothermal system, northern Chile

29-32    Pannello 86
Tassi F., Cabassi J.*, Andrade C., Callieri C., Silva C., Viveiros F., Corno G., Vaselli O., Selmo E., Gallorini A., Ricci A., Giannini L. & Cruz J.V. : Mechanisms regulating CO2 and CH4 dynamics in the Azorean volcanic lakes (São Miguel Island, Portugal)

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