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Giulio Viola

Professore ordinario

Dipartimento di Scienze Biologiche, Geologiche e Ambientali

Settore scientifico disciplinare: GEO/03 GEOLOGIA STRUTTURALE

Pubblicazioni

Bingen, B.; Solli, A.; Viola, G.; Torgersen, E.; Sandstad, J. S.; Whitehouse, M.J.; Skar, O.; Ganerod, M.; Nasuti, A., Geochronology of the Palaeoproterozoic Kautokeino Greenstone Belt, Finnmark, Norway: Tectonic implications in a Fennoscandia context, «NORSK GEOLOGISK TIDSSKRIFT», 2015, 95, pp. 365 - 396 [articolo]

Torgersen, Espen; Viola, Giulio; Zwingmann, Horst; Henderson, Iain H. C., Inclined K-Ar illite age spectra in brittle fault gouges: Effects of fault reactivation and wall-rock contamination, «TERRA NOVA», 2015, 27, pp. 106 - 113 [articolo]

Scheiber, Thomas; Fredin, Ola; Viola, Giulio; Jarna, Alexandra; Gasser, Deta; Łapińska Viola, Renata, Manual extraction of bedrock lineaments from high-resolution LiDAR data: methodological bias and human perception, «GFF», 2015, 137, pp. 362 - 372 [articolo]

Scheiber, Thomas; Viola, Giulio; Bingen, Bernard; Peters, Max; Solli, Arne, Multiple reactivation and strain localization along a Proterozoic orogen-scale deformation zone: The Kongsberg-Telemark boundary in southern Norway revisited, «PRECAMBRIAN RESEARCH», 2015, 265, pp. 78 - 103 [articolo]

Espen Torgerse, ; Viola, Giulio, Revised structure and stratigraphy of the northwestern Repparfjord Tectonic Window, northern Norway, «NORSK GEOLOGISK TIDSSKRIFT», 2015, 95, pp. 1 - 25 [articolo]

Roberts, Nick M. W.; Slagstad, Trond; Viola, Giulio, The structural, metamorphic and magmatic evolution of Mesoproterozoic orogens, «PRECAMBRIAN RESEARCH», 2015, 265, pp. 1 - 9 [articolo]

Mattila, Jussi; Viola, Giulio, New constraints on 1.7Gyr of brittle tectonic evolution in southwestern Finland derived from a structural study at the site of a potential nuclear waste repository (Olkiluoto Island), «JOURNAL OF STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY», 2014, 67, pp. 50 - 74 [articolo]

Torgersen, E.; Viola, Giulio, Structural and temporal evolution of a reactivated brittle-ductile fault - Part I: Fault architecture, strain localization mechanisms and deformation history, «EARTH AND PLANETARY SCIENCE LETTERS», 2014, 407, pp. 205 - 220 [articolo]

Torgersen, E.; Viola, Giulio; Zwingmann, H.; Harris, C., Structural and temporal evolution of a reactivated brittle-ductile fault - Part II: Timing of fault initiation and reactivation by K-Ar dating of synkinematic illite/muscovite, «EARTH AND PLANETARY SCIENCE LETTERS», 2014, 407, pp. 221 - 233 [articolo]

Möller, Charlotte; Bingen, Bernard; Andersson, Jenny; Stephens, Michael B.; Viola, Giulio; Scherstén, Anders, A non-collisional, accretionary Sveconorwegian orogen - Comment, «TERRA NOVA», 2013, 25, pp. 165 - 168 [articolo]

Viola, Giulio; Zwingmann, Horst; Mattila, Jussi; Käpyaho, Asko, K-Ar illite age constraints on the Proterozoic formation and reactivation history of a brittle fault in Fennoscandia, «TERRA NOVA», 2013, 25, pp. 236 - 244 [articolo]

Fritz, H; Abdelsalam, M.; Ali, K. A.; Bingen, B.; Collins, A. S.; Fowler, A. R.; Ghebreab, W.; Hauzenberger, C. A.; Johnson, P. R.; Kusky, T. M.; Macey, P.; Muhongo, S.; Stern, R. J.; Viola, Giulio, Orogen styles in the East African Orogen: A review of the Neoproterozoic to Cambrian tectonic evolution, «JOURNAL OF AFRICAN EARTH SCIENCES», 2013, 86, pp. 65 - 106 [articolo]

Kounov, Alexandre; Viola, Giulio; Dunkl, István; Frimmel, Hartwig E., Southern African perspectives on the long-term morpho-tectonic evolution of cratonic interiors, «TECTONOPHYSICS», 2013, 601, pp. 177 - 191 [articolo]

Torgersen, E.; Viola, Giulio; Sandstad, J. S.; Stein, H., Structural constraints on the formation of Cu-rich mesothermal vein deposits in the Repparfjord Tectonic Window, northern Norway, in: Mineral Deposit Research for a High-Tech World, 2013, pp. 1323 - 1326 (atti di: 12th SGA Biennial Meeting, Uppsala, Svezia, Settembre) [Contributo in Atti di convegno]

Viola, Giulio; Kounov, A.; Andreoli, M. A. G.; Mattila, J., Brittle tectonic evolution along the western margin of South Africa: More than 500Myr of continued reactivation, «TECTONOPHYSICS», 2012, 514-517, pp. 93 - 114 [articolo]