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Dr. Mariantonietta Longobardi – Post-doctoral Reasearch Fellow

Name: Mariantonietta Longobardi

Position: Post-doctoral Reasearch Fellow on EUROVOLC Project

Email: mari-at-cp.dias.ie


2013: Ph.D., Geophysics, Alma Mater Studiorum, University of Bologna, Italy. Locating the Source of Volcanic tremorat Stromboli Volcano, Italy.

2009: M. Sc., Geodynamics, Geophysics and Volcanology, La Sapienza, University of Rome, Italy.

Research Interests

Post-doctoral Research Fellow at DIAS on EUROVOLC project.

Mariantonietta’s research at DIAS sits within the EUROVOLC project which aims to harmonise volcanological infrastructure and communities in Europe. The specific task associated with this position is to track pre-eruptive changes in material mechanical properties. In particular, the research is focused on looking at imminent pre-eruptive time lapse velocity changes, using both multiplets and ambient noise methods on Sierra Negra volcano in Galapagos Island.

Previously Mariantonietta worked as a Post-doctoral research fellow at the University of British Columbia and worked on anomalous induced seismicity in northeast British Columbia. In particular, she was involved in deploying and maintaining a portable seismic array, as well as processing and interpreting the seismic ground motion data. The purpose of this study was to invastigate the variables and processes controlling the anomalous induced seismicity and its associated ground motions, to better understand the anomalous induced seismicity do to hydraulic fracturing.

Selected recent publications

Esposito A. M., L. D’Auria, F. Giudicepietro, M. Longobardi, M. Martini (2011). Clustering of Hybrid Events at Stromboli Volcano (Italy), in “Frontiers in Artificial intelligence and Applications”, Volume 234, neural Nets WIRN 2001 –Proceedings of the 21th Italian Workshop on Neural Nets, Edit by B.Apolloni et al., IOS Press, December 2011, ISBN: 978- 1- 60750- 4

M. Longobardi, L. D’Auria, A. M. Esposito (2012). Relative Location of Hybrid Events at Stromboli Volcano, Italy. Extended abstract on Acta Volcanologica, Vol. 23 (1-2), 2011: 37-40

Longobardi M. (2011) – Relative Location of Hybrid Events at Stromboli Volcano, Italy, Miscellanea INGV, Extended abstracts – A. Rittmann Conference “For Young Researchers”, Nicolosi (Catania) Italy, from 7th to 9th June 2011, Year 2011_Num. 09, ISSN 2039-6651

M. Longobardi, L. D’Auria, L. Nocerino (2012) – Locating the source of Volcanic Tremor at Stromboli Volcano, Italy, Poster at the AGU Fall Meeting 2012, Session: V53B: Linking Diverse Constraints on Volcanic Unrest: Petrology, Geophysics, Geochemistry, and CO2 Emissions IV Posters, 3-7 December, 2012, V53B-2815 AGU FALL MEETING.

Cocina O., Zuccarello L. Diaz-Moreno A., Prudencio J., Cavallaro D., Firetto Carlino M., Carrion Mendez F., Carmisciano C., D’Anna G., Lhur B., Ibanez Godoy J., Patanè D., TOMO-ETNA working group (2014)- TOMO-ETNA: an active seismic experiment at Etna volcano. , Miscellanea INGV, Extended abstracts- A. Rittmann Conference “For Young Researchers”, Nicolosi (Catania) Italy, from 29th to 31th October 2014, Year 2014_Num.25, ISSN 2039-6651