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OGS, Geophysics
Scientific Activity: 

Geology and geophysics of continental margins, with special focus on polar depositional systems and sedimentary processes. Petro-physical aspects of sedimentary successions affecting the stability of submarine slopes and related geohazards. Geological setting and distribution of natural gas hydrates within the marine environment.

Recent Publications: 

RG Lucchi, A Camerlenghi, M Rebesco, E Colmenero-Hidalgo, FJ Sierro, et al., 2013. Postglacial sedimentary processes on the Storfjorden and Kveithola trough mouth fans: Significance of extreme glacimarine sedimentation. Global and Planetary Change 111, 309-326.

R Urgeles, A Camerlenghi, 2013. Submarine landslides of the Mediterranean Sea: Trigger mechanisms, dynamics, and frequency‐magnitude distribution. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 118 (4), 2600-2618.

AL Cameselle, R Urgeles, B De Mol, A Camerlenghi, JC Canning, 2013. Late Miocene sedimentary architecture of the Ebro Continental Margin (Western Mediterranean): implications to the Messinian Salinity Crisis. International Journal of Earth Sciences, 1-18.

A Polonia, E Bonatti, A Camerlenghi, RG Lucchi, G Panieri, L Gasperini, 2013. Mediterranean megaturbidite triggered by the AD 365 Crete earthquake and tsunami. Scientific reports 3, doi:10.1038/srep01285

C Berndt, S Costa, M Canals, A Camerlenghi, B de Mol, M Saunders, 2012. Repeated slope failure linked to fluid migration: the Ana submarine landslide complex, Eivissa Channel, Western Mediterranean Sea. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 319, 65-74.