Stavroula Kazana

Stavroula Kazana
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens | uoa · Faculty of Geology and Geoenviromment

Master of Science in Engineering Geology and PhD candidate at NKUA

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A mobile γ–ray spectrometer ( AMESOS ) has been developed using a 3”×3” NaI(Tl) detector, a custom–made mounting holder, and portable electronics to perform in situ measurements of radioactivity. The spectrometer was calibrated using standard point sources and its absolute efficiency was determined. As a field test operation, AMESOS was deployed on...
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The active Kos-Nisyros-Tilos volcanic field is located in the eastern sector of the Aegean Volcanic Arc resulting from the subduction of the African plate beneath the Aegean plate. The volcanic activity is developed since Middle Pleistocene and it occurs within a tectonic graben with several volcanic outcrops both onshore and offshore. Data obtaine...
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A plethora of subsidence events has been repeatedly reported in high density urban environments. The purpose of this study is to introduce specific areas around the riverbeds of the urban hidden streams in the city of Athens presenting high risk in terms of ground subsidence. The study area comprises the centre of Athens and more specifically the M...
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The purpose of this study is to introduce specific areas around the riverbeds of the urban hidden streams in the city of Athens presenting high risk in terms of ground subsidence. The study area comprises the centre of Athens and more specifically the Municipalities of Athens, Tavros, Kallithea, Daphne, Hymettus and Ilisia where the ancient rivers...
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Using Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) to identify the main body of the landslide, which had been occured in region of Amyntaio-Anargyroi on June 21, 2017

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