A ghost eruption is generally explosive and is defined here as an eruption of which one may know the provenance, the age and perhaps the geodynamic context, but may not know the exact eruptive event generating associated deposits. “Le vulcanoclastiti di Craco” are volcaniclastic levels cropping out around Craco (40°23′N, 16°26′E) (Doronzo 2005), which is known to be a ghost town. The town stands on a hill ~400 m high immersed in the landscape of “calanchi”, which are badlands typical in Basilicata region, Italy. It is a ghost town because of a landslide occurred in 1963...

A ghost eruption behind “Le vulcanoclastiti di Craco” ghost town, Basilicata, Italy

Caggianelli A.;Dellino P.
2019

Abstract

A ghost eruption is generally explosive and is defined here as an eruption of which one may know the provenance, the age and perhaps the geodynamic context, but may not know the exact eruptive event generating associated deposits. “Le vulcanoclastiti di Craco” are volcaniclastic levels cropping out around Craco (40°23′N, 16°26′E) (Doronzo 2005), which is known to be a ghost town. The town stands on a hill ~400 m high immersed in the landscape of “calanchi”, which are badlands typical in Basilicata region, Italy. It is a ghost town because of a landslide occurred in 1963...
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