Maria Pia Congi

Maria Pia Congi
Institute for Environmental Protection and Research (ISPRA) | ISPRA · Department of Geological Survey of Italy

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The European Plate Observing System (EPOS, www.epos-eu.org) is a multidisciplinary pan-European research infrastructure for solid Earth science. It integrates a series of domain-specific service hubs (Thematic Core Service, TCS) such as the Geological Information and Modelling, which provides access to data, data products and services on European b...
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The INSPIRE Directive institute a European infrastructure for spatial information to support the environmental policies of the European Union. In the mainframe of the Directive, 34 different themes that represents different environmental information has been identified. One of this is the Geology theme; it is split into three subthemes and represen...
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Nel mese di Aprile del 2020, è stata sottoscritta tra ISPRA, Dipartimento per il Servizio Geologico d’Italia, e Roma Capitale una convenzione di ricerca con l’obbiettivo di sistematizzare il monitoraggio delle acque sotterranee cittadine.
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The RETRACE-3D project (centRal italy EarThquakes integRAted Crustal model) focused on the revision of all the available geological and geophysical data in the area interested by the 2016-2018 seismic sequence of central Italy, with the final aim to reconstruct a reliable and consistent 3D geological model of that area. It is based on a collaborati...
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La Biblioteca dell'ISPRA possiede una preziosa e cospicua collezione di cartografia geologica e geotematica raccolta a partire dalla seconda metà del XIX secolo. Dopo aver studiato, catalogato, indicizzato e acquisito in formato digitale la parte ricadente in territorio italiano di questa collezione, recentemente è stato avviato un progetto di geor...
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Il Dipartimento per il Servizio Geologico d'Italia - ISPRA - dall'entrata in vigore della Direttiva INSPIRE ha avviato un processo di adeguamento a quanto previsto dalla Direttiva sui temi di competenza individuati dalla stessa e, allo stato attuale, sulla base delle conoscenze acquisite, mette a disposizione la propria esperienza al fine di miglio...
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Il patrimonio di dati geologici è costituito nel suo insieme da oltre 10 geodatabase, gran parte di essi disponibili sul Portale del Servizio Geologico d’Italia (http://portalesgi.isprambiente.it), condivisi conformemente agli standard vigenti. Per ogni set di dati sono stati compilati i file di metadati in accordo con la direttiva INSPIRE. Tutti i...
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Il Servizio Geologico d’Italia, dipartimento di ISPRA (Istituto Superiore per la Protezione e Ricerca Ambientale), sin dal primo evento del 24 agosto 2016 della sequenza sismica del Centro Italia, è stato coinvolto in attività emergenziali post-sisma, in supporto al Dipartimento della Protezione Civile (DPC), per la valutazione del rischio residuo...
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La cartografia geologica rappresenta una delle più innovative “scoperte” scientifiche del XIX secolo e la stessa cartografia ha costituito l’elemento di base per lo sviluppo economico di molti paesi europei ed extraeuropei. In Italia, nel 1873, viene istituito il Regio Ufficio Geologico ed avviato il rilevamento geologico sistematico del territorio...
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La storia della cartografia rappresenta un elemento fondamentale per la comprensione dell'evoluzione del pensiero scientifico, in particolare per la geologia che ha visto una rapida evoluzione a partire dalla prima metà dell'800. Recuperare, catalogare, digitalizzare, rendere intellegibili attraverso nuove tecnologie e diffondere gli elementi conos...
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Scope of the present work is to present the entire methodology developed for the analysis of potential impacts in areas prone to landslide hazard in the framework of the EC project LIFE+IMAGINE. The project aims to implement an infrastructure based on web services for environmental analysis, that integrates in its own architecture specifications an...
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The library of ISPRA is characterized by a vast collection of books and geological maps whose acquisition can be traced back to 1867. The core of the library's collection consists of more than 15,000 geological maps representing the entire Italian territory. The proposed digitization of cartographic material project is planned to keep intact the or...
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Il progetto che presentiamo parte da un accurato lavoro di studio e ricerca sugli originali cartografici, finalizzato all’identificazione dell’autore, spesso sconosciuto, dell’anno di pubblicazione, della scala e, talvolta, perfino delle località cartografate. La successiva fase di digitalizzazione è stata effettuata presso i nostri uffici, con il...
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To solve the need of Geological Survey of Italy to deploy our data and metadata, in the last two years we have worked to realize a metadata catalogue that is able to provide multiple-profile and which is also supported by a semantic search engine. The primary aim is to find a solution for the coexistence of a national and international metadata pro...
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Landslide risk impact management and web services for improving resilience: the LIFE+IMAGINE project approach Maria Pia Congi, Valentina Campo, Carlo Cipolloni, Giuseppe Delmonaco, Luca Guerrieri, Carla Iadanza, Daniele Spizzichino, and Alessandro Trigila ISPRA - Italian National Institute for Environmental Protection and Research, Roma, Italy (dan...
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Riassunto Il portale del Servizio Geologico d'Italia (Portale SGI) ha esteso le sue funzionalità, implementando un modulo specifico per sfruttare l'interoperabilità semantica nella ricerca di dati e metadati e pubblicando come LinkData il Thesaurus Italiano di Scienza della Terra, sviluppato e predisposto dalla biblioteca ISPRA insieme all'unità di...
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The Geological Survey of Italy in order to make available relating to geological data and maps, in the geoportal SGI has built a series of tools that allow access to all information stores of several databases, developed inside, and meet different users. The SGI has realised a first version of Geoviewer with flex technologies (flash builder) which...
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In the Geological Geoportal we focus attention on data harmonization at European level, in fact there is a specific section dedicated to two international projects that highlight the role of a unique standard data model for geological informations. In particular the Geological Survey of Italy is member of Interoperability working group of the IUGS-...
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The Geological Survey of Italy has realized the SGI Portal in order to disseminate the data and geological maps, available at http://sgi.isprambiente. com/geoportal. A series of web tools are available to provide to the different users (beginners and experts) the data stored in multiple databases created by the Survey. The web tools allow easy an...
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Nell’ottica di rendere fruibili le informazioni relative a dati e mappe geologiche, il Servizio Geologico d’Italia ha realizzato all’interno del portale SGI, disponibile al seguente indirizzo http://sgi.isprambiente,.it/geoportal, una serie di strumenti web che mettono a disposizione dei diversi utenti tutto il patrimonio delle informazioni archivi...
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In the Geological geoportal we take in high consideration also the harmonization at the European level, in fact there are specific section dedicated to two international projects that highlight the role of a unique standard data model for geological information. In particular the Geological Survey is partner of Interoperability working group of the...
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Il Portale del Servizio Geologico d’Italia accessibile all’indirizzo http://sgi.isprambiente.it/geoportal dispone di un catalogo di metadati nel quale è possibile ricercare le informazioni anche mediante i canali tematici, ossia risorse informative relative a contenuti di particolare interesse che il Servizio Geologico mette a disposizione attraver...
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The Geological survey of Italy in a view to be available the information of the geologic data and maps, inside the geoportal SGI has build a series of tools to be able to different users all the of the information archive in the various database developed by itself. After has realised a first version of Geoviewer with flex technologies (flesh build...
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The geoportal of the Geological Survey of Italy, which is available at the URL (http://sgi.isprambiente.it/geoportal), is been re-designed to allow easy access to the digital informations contents of all the database and projects. This system is built as integrated architecture composed by an OGC/INSPIRE standard Metadata catalogue service (CSW 2.0...
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Geoscience organizations especially the national geological survey represents the geoscience community of a country. The Geological Survey of Italy - ISPRA - collects, documents, manages and interprets geological information, which is used by companies, authorities, organizations and others and has among its tasks to disseminate knowledge about geo...
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The new geoportal of the Geological survey of Italy, represent the multiple service interface to access at the dataset about Geoscience using the International standard OGC, INSPIRE and OneGeology and/or the common commercial platform web map service. The metadata instance stored in the metadata catalogue inside the geoportal is based on ISO standa...
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The Metadata catalogue of the Geological Survey of Italy using the OGC standard CS-W 2.0.2 ISO AP that is able to publish and discovery metadata collections about geospatial data, web services and facilities related to them. The consultation clients application, developed in the Geological Survey of Italy geo-portal can explore to spatial data and...
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The three-dimensional geological modeling and visualization techniques represent an essential tool to understand and analyse crustal and sub-crustal structures. In the frame of S1-Seismological Project funded by the Italian Civil Protection Department these techniques couple and support the traditional method for the seismic hazard assessment. Grea...
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The three-dimensional geological modeling and visualization techniques represent an essential tool to understand and analyse crustal and sub-crustal structures. In the frame of S1 - Seismological Project funded by the Italian Civil Protection Department these techniques couple and support the traditional method for the seismic hazard assessment. Gr...
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The Geographic Portal of Geological Survey of Italy (ISPRA) available at http://serviziogeologico.apat.it/Portal was planning according to standard criteria of the INSPIRE directive. ArcIMS services and at the same time WMS and WFS services had been realized to satisfy the different clients. For each database and web-services the metadata had been...
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The Portal of the Geological Survey of Italy (APAT) now available at http://serviziogeologico.apat.it/Portal was planning in according to on standard criteria of the Infrastructure for Spatial Information in the European Community (INSPIRE). ArcIMS services and at the same time WMS and WFS services had been realized to satisfy the out-portal client...
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The Geological Survey of Italy needs a vector geologic coverage of the whole national territory at a scale larger than the already available geological maps (1:250.000 and 500.000). Therefore a project to recover the informations coming from the Geological Map of Italy at 1:100.000 scale was started. To obtain such result a unique legend model was...
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The new powerful requirements of a easy on-line access for updating, consulting and reading of data bank is carried out. This leads the Geologic Survey of Italy (Land Management Department) APAT in Rome, to develop before a cartographic web-site and then a geographic portal where it will be possible to visualize, to consult and to update the totali...

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Hydrothermal systems in deep carbonate bedrock are among the most promising low-enthalpy geothermal plays across Europe. The efficacy of carbonate-bedrock geothermal plays is crucially dependent on groundwater yield controlled by fracture conduits and karstification. This project will identify the generic structural controls in deep carbonate formations, through a comparison of geological situations and their structural inventory, as well as collation of deep borehole data and their petro- and hydro-physical characteristics. A consistent assessment will result in uniformly applicable best practice workflows for estimation, comparison and prospect ranking of hydrothermal resources in deep carbonate bedrock, applied in specific target areas by means of 2D or 3D mapping and characterization. http://geoera.eu/projects/hotlime/
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RETRACE-3D is a collaborative project to develop a robust and broad consensus 3D crustal model of the area struck by the Central Italy seismic sequence (2016/2017). The project partners are CNR (IGAG and IREA), INGV and ISPRA (Servizio Geologico d'Italia), together with associated researchers. The RETRACE-3D coordination has been actively promoted by the National Department of Civil Protection. The main aims of the project are: - to build up a high quality 3D model of the possible seismogenic sources in the crustal volume affected by the seismic sequence; - to define the 3D subsurface tectonic setting and distribution of the geologic units, which will contribute in their turn to improve the velocity models currently used to locate the seismicity, and to better understand the potential role played by structural features inherited from previous tectonic regimes; - to develop dynamic models of seismogenic structures through multi-parameter optimization of ground deformations from remote sensing data.