S 32. Cave and karst studies: from ancient to modern processes

Conveners and Chairpersons Laura Sanna (Istituto di Biometeorologia CNR, Sassari), Mario Parise (Univ. Bari), Andrea Columbu (Univ. Bologna), Giuliana Madonia (Univ. Palermo), Marco Vattano (Univ. Palermo)

ORALI

Giovedi 13 Settembre 2018 [08.30-10.30]

Aula A13

32-1    08.30 - 08.45
D’Angeli I.M.*, Arriolabengoa M., De Waele J., Madonia G., Di Maggio C., Vattano M. & Parise M. : Flank margin caves as signatures for past sea level fluctuations in Apulia and Sicily (Southern Italy)

32-2    08.45 - 09.00
Presti R., Madonia G.*, Vattano M., D’Angeli I.M., De Waele J., Monteleone S. & Di Maggio C. : Speleogenesis of Grotta della Molara cave (north-west Sicily)

32-3    09.00 - 09.15
Vaccher V.*, Furlani S., Biolchi S., Busetti A., Venturini E. & Antonioli F. : Semi-submerged sea caves in the central Mediterranean sea: the Geoswim database

32-4    09.15 - 09.30
Columbu A.*, Chiarini V., De Waele J., Spötl C., Luetscher M. & Hellstrom J. : Last glaciation 70 kyrs-long stalagmite palaeoclimate record from Southern Italy: implication for Mediterranean climate during glacial shifts

32-5    09.30 - 09.45
Miragoli M.* : How Big is a Cave?

32-6    09.45 - 10.00
Carbone C.*, Balestra V. & De Waele J. : Secondary minerals in minothem environments

32-7    10.00 - 10.15
Merlak E.* : A review of the issue “karst-bauxites” in Istria and Northern Dalmatia (Adriatic Carbonate Platform) – a new scientific paradigm and new challenge in the study of karst lands

32-8    10.15 - 10.30
Ruggieri R.*, Bambina A. & Messina Panfalone D. : Karst features of the Favignana island (Sicily)

Giovedi 13 Settembre 2018 [11.00-13.00]

Aula A13

32-9    11.00 - 11.15
Branca F.*, De Guidi G., Maniscalco R. & Sturiale G. : A geomorphologic study of epikarstic morphologies in the RNI Grotta Palombara (Hyblean Plateau) by GNSS: what controls the distribution of sinkholes?

32-10    11.15 - 11.30
De Salve F., Casaluci A., D’Aquino S., Marchetti M., Martellotta M., Martonucci M., Selleri G. & Parise M.* : A natural geological section in southern Apulia, Italy: Vora Bosco, the deepest cave of Salento

32-11    11.30 - 11.45
Nannoni A.*, Vigna B., Fiorucci A. & De Waele J. : The November 2016 flood event in the Bossea cave system, Southern Piedmont (Italy)

32-12    11.45 - 12.00
Liso I.S.*, Masciopinto C., Parise M. & Vurro M. : Deep water in Apulia Region: monitoring and exploration in the karst environment of “Inghiottitoio di Masseria Rotolo”

32-13    12.00 - 12.15
Sanna L.* : Groundwater geochemistry of the Sisine coastal karst system (Central-East Sardinia, Italy)

32-14    12.15 - 12.30
Nannoni A.*, Antonellini M. & Vigna B. : Structural control on water circulation in the Bossea karst system (S Piedmont, Italy)

32-15    12.30 - 12.45
D’Angeli I.M.*, Cappelletti M., Ghezzi D., Leuko S., Parise M., Fiorucci A., Vigna B., Miller A.Z., Jurado V., Saiz-Jimenez C. & De Waele J. : Geochemical and microbial characterization of a sulfidic cave in Santa Cesarea Terme, Italy

32-16    12.45 - 13.00
Berra F.*, Faio F., Baio S., Riva F. & Tognini P. : Morphology and speleothems of a cave developed in an antiformal stack of Triassic carbonates (“5 in condotta” cave, Southern Alps of Italy)

POSTER

Giovedi 13 Settembre 2018

Area Poster

32-17    Pannello 105

Capella W. & Columbu A.* : Proposal to investigate potential Atlantic-Mediterranean connection through karst conduits during the Messinian Salinity Crisis

32-18    Pannello 106

Sanna L.* : Environmental characterization of Sardinia show-caves: first approach for a LCA study

32-19    Pannello 107

Sanna L., Cupertino R., Lovergine F.P., Romanazzi R., Tartarelli M., Visparelli De Girolamo R. & Parise M.* : Preliminary data on CO2 monitoring in the Murge (Apulia, S Italy)

32-20    Pannello 108

Sauro F., Cappelletti M., Ghezzi D., Columbu A.*, Hong P.-Y., Mamoon Zowawi H., Carbone C., Piccini L., Vergara F., Zannoni D. & De Waele J. : Biomediated SiO2 mobilization and deposition of amorphous silica speleothems in non-thermal subsurface environments