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Claudio Ventura Bordenca

Claudio Ventura Bordenca
GEOLAB s.r.l. · Carini (Palermo - Italy)

PhD - Geochemistry
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Introduction
I got my PhD in Noble Gas Geochemistry applied in seismic (Umbria Apennines, Italy) and volcanic (Grand Comore Island, Indian Ocean) regions. The research project was carried out in joint collaboration between the CRPG (Nancy - France), the Department of Earth and Marine Science of Palermo (Italy) and the National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology (Italy). I'm currently working as Research Collaborator at GEOLAB s.r.l. (Italy) - Research and Experimentation Laboratory on materials
Additional affiliations
September 2020 - present
GEOLAB s.r.l. - Research and Experimentation Laboratory on Geomaterials
Position
  • Research Collaborator
Description
  • Chlorides and pH monitoring by electrochemical sensors for tracing chemical degradation in concrete and building stones
September 2015 - September 2016
GEOLAB s.r.l. - Research and Experimentation Laboratory on Geomaterials
Position
  • Internship
Description
  • Microanalytical investigation on archaeological and archaeometric materials
November 2011 - January 2012
Italian National Research Council
Position
  • Traineeship
Description
  • Microprobe Lab at the Istituto di Geologia Ambientale e Geoingegneria (IGAG) and Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR)
Education
October 2009 - March 2012
La Sapienza University of Rome
Field of study
  • Earth Science
October 2005 - March 2009
University of Palermo
Field of study
  • Earth Science

Publications

Publications (19)
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NOTE: Up to October 2 2020 it will be possible to download freely the pdf of this article from this link: https://authors.elsevier.com/a/1bZhH2weQiqYi The Pleistocene (~590–265 ka) San Venanzo volcanic complex belongs to the IAP (Intra-Apennine Province) in central Italy, which comprises at least four small Pleistocene monogenetic volcanoes plus s...
Article
The Pleistocene (~590-265 ka) San Venanzo volcanic complex belongs to the IAP (Intra-Apennine Province) in central Italy, which comprises at least four small Pleistocene monogenetic volcanoes plus several unrooted pyroclastic deposits with peculiar mineralogical and whole-rock chemical compositions. San Venanzo products are strongly SiO2-undersatur...
Thesis
The noble gases are among the most powerful geochemical tools in different geological settings. For this reason, they represent one of the most valuable tracers of geochemical processes whose variations can be straightforwardly ascribed to magmatic/crustal dynamics. In this dissertation, noble gas (He, Ne, Ar) geochemistry applied in both seismic a...
Article
This paper deals with the archaeometric study of lime‐based plasters found in the archaeological settlement of Scauri, located in the homonymous bay in the south‐western part of Pantelleria Island. Since 1999, archaeological surveys have led to the recovery of the huge remains of a Late Roman settlement dating back to the fourth–fifth century AD. I...
Presentation
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Short presentation about the present-day understanding in Planetary Geology. The topics are taken from the 2014 EMU School on Planetary Mineralogy held at the University of Glasgow I have participated to. As it is not so easy to describe in few slides all the processes that took place during the evolution of the Solar System, this presentation is n...
Conference Paper
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Here we report the discovery of a new accumulation site in the Antarctic continent with an excellent preservation of micrometeorites and cosmic spherules.
Thesis
Six thin sections of meteorite samples, recovered between 15th and 16th January 2011 at Frontier Mountain (Northern Victoria Land, Antarctica) during the 2010/2011 Italian-Korean field campaign, supported by the Programma Nazionale di Ricerche in Antartide (PNRA) e Korean Expedition for Antarctic Meteorites (KOREAMET), were studied and classified b...

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