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29 Feb 2016

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Electrical Resistivity Tomography surveys for the geoelectric characterization of the Montaguto landslide (southern Italy)

Jessica Bellanova1, Giuseppe Calamita1, Alessandro Giocoli2, Raffaele Luongo1, Angela Perrone1, Vincenzo Lapenna1, and Sabatino Piscitelli1 Jessica Bellanova et al.
  • 1Institute of Methodologies for Env ironmental Analysis (IMAA - CNR), Tito Scalo (PZ), Italy
  • 2Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development (ENEA), Rotondella (MT), Italy

Abstract. This paper reports the results of a geoelectrical survey carried out to investigate the Montaguto earth-flow, located in the southern Apennines (Campania Region, southern Italy). The aim of the survey was to reconstruct the geometry of the landslide body, to improve the knowledge on the geological setting and to indirectly test the effectiveness of a drainage system. Although electrical resistivity contrasts in the electrical images were not very pronounced, due to the lithological characteristic of the outcropping lithotypes, it was possible to observe the presence of both lateral and vertical discontinuities that were associated with lithological boundaries, physical variation of the same material and sliding surfaces. The geoelectrical information obtained was provided to the Italian National Civil Protection Department technicians and was considered for the planning of more appropriate actions for the stabilization and safety of the slide.

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