SIGNIFICANCE OF THE MORPHOLOGICAL AND STRATIGRAPHIC SURFACES IN THE QUATERNARY PO PLAIN: THE SAN COLOMBANO TECTONIC RELIEF (LOMBARDY, ITALY)

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Chiara Zuffetti
Riccardo Bersezio
Luca Trombino

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The recent geological, geomorphological, pedological and structural surveys performed at the San Colombano tectonic relief document a Late Quaternary tectonic activity of the structure, located at the Po Plain-Northern Apennine border in Lombardy (Italy). The new maps, corroborated with (palaeo-) geopedological analyses, allow to unravel the composite nature of the morphological and stratigraphic surfaces bounding the observed units and landforms, and to relate them to the climatic and tectonic events that interacted during the Late Quaternary at the Apennine-Po Plain border. Northern Apennine

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Zuffetti, C., Bersezio, R., & Trombino, L. (2018). SIGNIFICANCE OF THE MORPHOLOGICAL AND STRATIGRAPHIC SURFACES IN THE QUATERNARY PO PLAIN: THE SAN COLOMBANO TECTONIC RELIEF (LOMBARDY, ITALY). Alpine and Mediterranean Quaternary, 31, 257–260. Retrieved from https://amq.aiqua.it/index.php/amq/article/view/231
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