TABLE OF CONTENTS

vol. June 2015

Volume 134 (2015) f.2

June 2015

Michele Marroni (1), (5), Giovanna Moratti (2), Armando Costantini (3), Sandro Conticelli (4), (2), Marco G. Benvenuti (4), (2), Luca Pandolfi (1), (5), Marco Bonini (2), Gianluca Cornamusini (3) & Marinella A. Laurenzi (5)

Geology of the Monte Amiata region, Southern Tuscany, Central Italy
Volume: 134 (2015) f.2
Pages: 171-199
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/IJG.2015.13

Michele Marroni (*), (***), Enrico Pandeli (**), (****), Luca Pandolfi (*), (***) & Rita Catanzariti (***)

Updated picture of the Ligurian and Sub-Ligurian units in the Mt. Amiata area (Tuscany, Italy): elements for their correlation in the framework of the Northern Apennines
Volume: 134 (2015) f.2
Pages: 200-218
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/IJG.2014.47

Andrea Brogi (*), Enrico Capezzuoli (**), Domenico Liotta (*) & Marco Meccheri (***)

The Tuscan Nappe structures in the Monte Amiata geothermal area (central Italy): a review
Volume: 134 (2015) f.2
Pages: 219-236
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/IJG.2014.55

Marco Benvenuti (*), (**), Giovanna Moratti (**), Federico Sani (*), (**), Marco Bonini (**), Oriol L. Oms (***), Mauro Papini (*), Lorenzo Rook (*), Chiara Cavallina (*) & Lorenzo Cavini (*)

Messinian-earliest Zanclean tectonic-depositional dynamics of the Cinigiano-Baccinello and Velona basins (Tuscany, Italy)
Volume: 134 (2015) f.2
Pages: 237-254
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/IJG.2015.14

Marinella Ada Laurenzi (*), Eleonora Braschi (**), Martina Casalini (***), (****), Sandro Conticelli (**) & (****)

New 40Ar-39Ar dating and revision of the geochronology
of the Monte Amiata Volcano, Central Italy
Volume: 134 (2015) f.2
Pages: 255-265
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/IJG.2015.11

Sandro Conticelli (1), (2), Elena Boari (1), Luca Burlamacchi (3), Francesca Cifelli (4), Francesco Moscardi (1), Marinella A. Laurenzi (5), Luca Ferrari Pedraglio (6), Lorella Francalanci (1), (2), Marco G. Benvenuti (1), (2), Eleonora Braschi (2) & Piero Manetti (3)

Geochemistry and Sr-Nd-Pb isotopes of Monte Amiata Volcano, Central Italy: evidence for magma mixing between high-K calc-alkaline and leucititic mantle-derived magmas
Volume: 134 (2015) f.2
Pages: 266-290
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/IJG.2015.12

Orlando Vaselli (1), (2), Barbara Nisi (3), Daniele Rappuoli (4), Francesco Bianchi (5), Jacopo Cabassi (1), Stefania Venturi (1), Franco Tassi (1), (2) & Brunella Raco (3)

Geochemical characterization of the ground waters from the former Hg-mining area of Abbadia San Salvatore (Mt. Amiata, central Italy): criticalities and perspectives for the reclamation process
Volume: 134 (2015) f.2
Pages: 304-322
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/IJG.2015.03

Valentina Rimondi (1), Laura Chiarantini (1), Pierfranco Lattanzi (2), Marco Benvenuti (1), Marc Beutel (3), Antonella Colica (1), Pilario Costagliola (1), Francesco Di Benedetto (1), Giuliano Gabbani (1), John E. Gray (4), Enrico Pandeli (1), Giulia Pattelli (1), Mario Paolieri (1) & Giovanni Ruggieri (5)

Metallogeny, exploitation and environmental impact of the Mt. Amiata mercury ore district (Southern Tuscany, Italy)
Volume: 134 (2015) f.2
Pages: 323-336
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/IJG.2015.02

Luigi Bruno (*), Alessandro Amorosi (*), Paolo Severi (**) & Paolo Bartolomei (***)

High-frequency depositional cycles within the late Quaternary alluvial succession of Reno River (northern Italy)
Volume: 134 (2015) f.2
Pages: 339-354
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/IJG.2014.49

Niccolò Baldassini (*) & Agata Di Stefano (*)

New insights on the Oligo-Miocene succession bearing phosphatic layers of the Maltese Archipelago
Volume: 134 (2015) f.2
Pages: 355-366
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/IJG.2014.52

Gemma Aiello (*) & Ennio Marsella (*)

Interactions between Late Quaternary volcanic and sedimentary processes in the Naples Bay, Southern Tyrrhenian sea
Volume: 134 (2015) f.2
Pages: 367-382
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/IJG.2014.56