Leucci G.1, De Giorgi L.2, Delle Rose M.3
Abstract— In the last two decades the village of Casalabate was affected by a number of sinkhole events, the last episode occurring on 7 January 2012. Due to some geological and geotechnical uncertainties, Casalabate became an intriguing case study of sinkhole hazard in urban areas and three geological-geophysical models were recently proposed by three different studies. In this paper new geophysical data and some epistemological consideration were done. The results are a contribution to an efficient predictive model that could be well define both the geological setting and sinkhole hazard.
Keywords— urban environment, sinkhole geohazard, electrical resistivity tomography, ground penetrating radar, karst coastal plane; new data
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