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    FIELDTRIPS of THE XX INQUA CONGRESS

    The proposed number of fieldtrips (18 pre-, 19 post- and 13 one day mid-congress trips) exceeds the real number that will actually take place, according to number of delegates we are expecting in Rome. However given the enthusiastic answer we received from Italian, Mediterranean, and circum-Alpine colleagues, we decided to keep all of them in our programme, so as to maintain a rich and diversified offer.

    After the deadline for early registration (January 2023) we will select a maximum number of 20 fieldtrips, on the base of pre-registered participants, which will cover all the fields of Quaternary Sciences.

    View the interactive map of the fieldtrips

           Fieldtrips

    01. PRE- Quaternary glacialism of the Aosta Valley: a transect from the Ivrea end moraine system to the Monte Bianco Massif
    02. PRE- Palaeosols across the Northern Apennines: insights into the Late Quaternary dynamics of an active orogen
    03. PRE- Quaternary and Prehistoric occupation of Abruzzo (Central Italy)
    04. PRE- Deep piping sinkhole in Apennine plain areas, Italy
    05. PRE- Major controls on architecture of Pleistocene slope, shallow–marine and continental sediments in eastern central Italy
    06. PRE- The Central Apennine intermountain basins: archives of the Quaternary history
    07. PRE- The active volcanoes of the Neapolitan area: Somma–Vesuvius and Campi Flegrei
    08. PRE- Sardinia: a Quaternary world
    09. PRE- 10,000 years of human activity in the high alpine area of the Silvretta Massif/Switzerland–Austria
    10. PRE- Palaeoseismology and seismic landscapes in Italy
    11. PRE- Volcanoes, environment and human settlements from the Bronze Age to the XVI Century in the area of Naples (Italy)
    12. PRE- The Pliocene to Lower Pleistocene stratigraphic record of Southern Sicily
    13. PRE- Late Quaternary landscapes and palaeoenvironments through the Mediterranean and the Alps
    14. PRE- Huge Alpine landslides, massive mass movements from detachment to deposit, E Switzerland, W Austria
    15. PRE- Life with geohazard at the contact between the Alps and the Mediterranean
    16. PRE- Late Pleistocene–Holocene uplift and active tectonics at the southern margin of the Central Anatolian Plateau and Cyprus Island (southern Turkey)
    17. PRE- Vesuvio and Roccamonfina: humans and volcanoes
    18. PRE- The 2016-2017 Central Italy seismic sequence: new perspectives in Italian seismotectonics

    19. POST- Large landslides, climate changes and human impact in the Italian Dolomites since the Lateglacial
    20. POST- The glacial–fluvioglacial systems of the eastern Southern Alps: a key–area for the chronology of the Alpine Last Glacial Maximum

    21. POST- Palaeoecology, Paleolithic and human fossil record in south–central Italy
    22. POST- Holocene evolution of Lake Skhodra (Albania): natural versus human impact
    23. POST- When tectonics and climate take over: Quaternary depositional history of extensional Tuscan basins
    24. POST- Late Quaternary coastal systems of central Tuscany: record of sea–level changes and  tectonics
    25. POST- The Bradanic Trough: subsidence, shortening and uplift of the Quaternary south–Apennines foreland–basin
    26. POST- Reference sections for the definition of GSSPs of Pleistocene Stages (Southern Italy)
    27. POST- Egadi islands: five days in prehistory
    28. POST- Active tectonics, earthquake geology, paleoenvironment and Quaternary sequences: a transverse along the Corinth Gulf Rift to Zakynthos island
    29. POST- Santorini island (Greece): four days in a volcano
    30. POST- Lava–flows stratigraphy and tephrostratigraphy reveal Etna’s eruptions history in the Holocene

    31. POST- Active coastal thrusting and folding, evidence of tsunami deposits, and archeoseismicity (Northern Algeria)
    32. POST- Quaternary geology and neotectonics in the 2009 L’Aquila earthquake region, central Italy
    33. POST- Glaciers and mass movements from the LGM until today in the Austrian Eastern Alps

    34. POST- Pleistocene glacial history of Dinaric Alps (coastal mountains and islands in Croatia)
    35. POST- Lateglacial to Little Ice Age glacier variations in the Swiss Eastern Alps
    36. POST- Quaternary archives in the Northeastern Adriatic karst environments
    37. POST- Disruptive earthquakes and surface faulting along the Norcia fault system (Mw 6.9, 1703 earthquake)

    A. MID- Landslide hazard in Urban Area: Visiting the Eternal City among active and remediated landslides
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    B. MID- Circeo an Gaeta Promontory: between myth, prehistory and geomorphology
    C. MID- The secrets of the Albano crater lake
    D. MID- Late Holocene sea level changes and the Roman fish tanks - one day field trip to Punta della Vipera (Civitavecchia)
    E. MID- The National Earthquake Center
    F. MID- Correlating Pleistocene marine and subaerial deposits through field and seismic data using sequence stratigraphy principles: the northern Latium coast
    G. MID- From the Gelasian alluvial to coastal environment to the opening of the Quaternary Rieti intermontane basin
    H. MID- Travertine deposition at Tivoli: interplay between tectonics and climate
    I. MID- Landslides in the Province of Rome
    J. MID- The geology of Rome
    K. MID- Human impact and coastal dynamics along the Tiber delta during the last 2000 years
    L. MID- The Colli Albani: a quiescent volcano on the outskirts of Rome
    M. MID- The aggradational successions of the Paleo-Tiber River and their geochronologically constrained faunal assemblages