DRT 2022: A journey through ductile to brittle deformation of rocks: how traditional geoscience benefits from innovations
Please consider submitting a manuscript to the special issue in the Journal of Structural Geology entitled ”A journey through ductile to brittle deformation of rocks: how traditional geoscience benefits from innovations”.
To ensure that manuscripts are correctly identified for inclusion in the special issue, it is important to select “VSI: Innovations_geoscience” when you reach the “Article Type” step in the submission process.
Over the past few years, geoscience has undergone a marked development through innovative survey techniques. The rapid advance in new instrumentation capable of providing previously unimaginable detail, precision and analytical accuracy has enabled the collection of a huge amount of high-quality georeferenced data. This has facilitated surveys and sampling, and the reconstruction of realistic three-dimensional
geo-models. The continued use of classical techniques combined with this new technology has created an unprecedented opportunity for the understanding of deformational processes from micro- to regional scales.
This special issue encourages contributions based on research combining both classical and innovative techniques. We welcome research papers
presented at the recent DRT2022 meeting in Catania (Italy), as well as contributions from authors who were unable to attend this meeting.
Assoc. Prof. Eugenio Fazio, PhD
University of Catania, Dpt. Biol. Geol. Env. Sc., Catania, Italy (Metamorphic petrology, microtectonics, field & aerial survey of crystalline basement, structural geology, strain analysis)
Assoc. Prof. Gaetano Ortolano, PhD University of Catania, Dpt. Biol. Geol. Env. Sc., Catania, Italy (Metamorphic petrology, Geological-structural and microstructural analyses,
Petro-fabric analysis, field mapping of metamorphic rocks)
Prof. Carmelo Giovanni Monaco, PhD University
of Catania, Dpt. Biol. Geol. Env. Sc., Catania, Italy (Structural
Geology, Geodynamics, Field mapping, Active and coastal tectonics, Geology of urban areas)
Prof. Ian Alsop, PhD
University of Aberdeen, School of Geosciences, Aberdeen, UK (Structural Geology, Field mapping, Folding and shear zones, Salt tectonics, Fold and Thrust Systems)
Manuscript submission information:
You are invited to submit your manuscript at any time before the submission deadline of April 20, 2023. For any inquiries about the appropriateness of contribution topics, please contact Managing Guest Editor Eugenio Fazio via mail email@example.com