The Campi Flegrei Deep Drilling Project (CFDDP): new insights on caldera structure, evolution and hazard implications in the Neapolitan area (Southern Italy).

De Natale G., Troise C., Darren M., Mormone A., Piochi M., Di Vito M., Isaia R., Carlino S., Barra D., Somma R.
  Venerdì 30/09   09:00 - 12:00   Edificio Psicologia 2 - Aula 2A   IV - Geofisica, Fisica dell'ambiente
Campi Flegrei is generally considered a supervolcano as a consequence of large-volume explosive activity determining a debated caldera structure. The inner caldera is still affected by unrest phenomena observed since at least 1970 within an inhabited area including part of the Napoli town. In 2012, a 501 m deep pilot well was drilled in the Bagnoli plain, east in the caldera. Here, we use the main results and focus on the main implications of the obtained results, which shed new light on caldera structure, evolution and the hazard implications for the large city of Naples.