Publications

  1. Moscariello A. 2021 The geomorphological landscapes in the Geneva Basin. In  Reynard E. (ed.): Landscapes and Landforms of Switzerland, World Geomorphological Landscapes, Springer Nature Switzerland, 83-96.
  2. Omodeo-Saléa, S., Eruteya, O.E., Cassola T., A. Baniasad, A., Moscariello A. 2020 A basin thermal modelling approach to mitigate geothermal energy exploration risks: The St. Gallen case study (eastern Switzerland). Geothermics 87, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geothermics.2020.101876
  3. Guglielmetti, L., Poletto F., Corubolo P., Bitri A., Dezayes C., Farina B.M., Martin F., Meneghini F., Moscariello A., Nawratil de Bono C., Schleifer A. 2020 Results of a walk-above VSP survey acquired at the Thônex-01 Geothermal well (Switzerland) to delineate fractured carbonate formations for geothermal development. Geophysical Prospecting (in press).
  4. Moscariello A., Guglielmetti L., Omodeo-Salé S., De Haller A., Eruteya O.E., Lo H.L., Clerc N., Makloufhi Y., Do Couto D., Ferreira De Oliveira G., Perozzi L., DeOliveira F., Hollmuller P., Quiquerez L., Nawratil De Bono C., Martin F., Meyer M. 2020 Heat production and storage in Western Switzerland: advances and challenges of intense multidisciplinary geothermal exploration activities, an 8 years progress report. Proceedings World Geothermal Congress 2020, Reykjavik, Iceland, April 26 – May 2, 2020, 12 pp.
  5. Ferreira De Oliveira G., De Haller A., Guglielmetti L., Makhloufi Y., Moscariello A. 2020 Application of Chemostratigraphy and petrology to characterize the Reservoirs of The Mesozoic sequence crossed by the Geo-01 well: potential for direct heat production and heat- storage. Proceedings World Geothermal Congress 2020 Reykjavik, Iceland, April 26 – May 2, 2020, 12 pp.
  6. Guglielmetti L., Eichinger F., Moscariello A. 2020 Geochemical Characterization of Geothermal Waters Circulation in Carbonatic Geothermal Reservoirs of the Geneva Basin (GB) Proceedings World Geothermal Congress 2020 Reykjavik, Iceland, April 26 – May 2, 2020, 10 pp.
  7. Guglielmetti L., Perozzi, L., Dupuy D., Martin F., Métreaux V., Meyer, M., Mijic G., Moscariello A., Nawratil De Bono C., Radogna P.V. 2020: High Resolution Gravity Data to Characterize Density Variations Associated to Brittle Structures and Lithological Heterogeneities in Geothermal Reservoirs in the Geneva Basin. Proceedings World Geothermal Congress 2020 Reykjavik, Iceland, April 26 – May 2, 2020, 12 pp.
  8. Omodeo-Salé, S., Eruteya, O.E., Cassola, T., Moscariello, A. De-risking geothermal play exploration in active petroleum basins: the case of the St. Gallen well (NE Switzerland). AAPG 3rd Hydrocarbon Geothermal Cross Over Technology Workshop, Geneva, 2019.
  9. Perozzi L., Guglielmetti L., Moscariello A. Geothermal Reservoir Characterization Using Seismic and Machine Learning – A Case Study from the Geneva Basin. Proceedings World Geothermal Congress 2020 Reykjavik, Iceland, April 26 – May 2, 2020, 12 pp.
  10. Leila M., Moscariello A., Kora M., Mohamed A., Samankassou E. 2020 Sedimentology and reservoir quality of a Messinian mixed siliciclastic-carbonate succession, onshore Nile Delta, Egypt. Marine and Petr. Geol., 112, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpetgeo.2019.104076
  11. Moscariello A. 2019 Exploring for geo-energy resources in the Geneva Basin (Western Switzerland): opportunities and challenges. Swiss Bull. angew. Geol., 24/2, 105-124.
  12. Leila M. and Moscariello A. 2019 Seismic stratigraphy and sedimentary facies analysis of the pre- and syn-Messinain salinity crisis sequences, onshore Nile Delta, Egypt: Implications for reservoir quality prediction. Marine and Petroleum Geology, 101: 303-321.
  13. Le Cotonnec A., Ventra D., Lathion R., Stephen Greb S., and Moscariello A. 2019 Progradational and retrogradational trends in Pennsylvanian fluvio-deltaic successions of the Grundy Formation (Appalachian Foreland, SE Kentucky): Implications for the interpretation of cyclothems of the Breathitt Group. Southeastern Geology 53(2), 131-169.
  14. Leila M., and Moscariello A., Šegvic B. 2019 Depositional facies controls on the diagenesis and reservoir quality of the Messinian Qawasim and Abu Madi formations, onshore Nile Delta, Egypt. Geological Journal 54:1797-1813.
  15. Slootman A., De Boer P., Cartigny M., Samankassou E., Moscariello A. 2019 Evolution of a carbonate delta generated by gateway-funnelling of episodic currents Sedimentology, 66: 1302-1340.
  16. Leila M., and Moscariello A. 2018 Geochemical constraints on the provenance and depositional environment of the Messinian sediments, onshore Nile Delta, Egypt: Implications for the late Miocene paleogeography of the Mediterranean Journal of African Earth Sciences 143: 215-241.
  17. Leila M. and Moscariello A. 2018 Depositional and petrophysical controls on the volumes of hydrocarbons trapped in the Messinian reservoirs, onshore Nile Delta, Egypt. Petroleum, 4, 250-267.
  18. Makhloufi Y., Rusillon E., Brentini M., Moscariello A., Meyer M., Samankassou E. Dolomitization of the Upper Jurassic carbonate rocks in the Geneva Basin, Switzerland and France Swiss Journal of Geosciences, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00015-018-0311-x
  19. Ghienne J.-F., Benvenuti A., El Houicha M., Girard F., Kali E., Khoukhi Y., Langbour C., Magna T., Míková J., Moscariello A., Schulmann K. 2018 The impact of the end-Ordovician glaciation on sediment routing systems: A case study from the Meseta (northern Morocco) Gondwana Research 63 (2018) 169–178
  20. Carmalt W. and Moscariello A. 2017 What Is a Giant Field? What is a giant field?, in R. K. Merrill and C. A. Sternbach, eds., Giant fields of the decade 2000–2010: AAPG Memoir
    113, 9–14.
  21. Moscariello A. 2017 Alluvial fans and fluvial fans at the margins of continental sedimentary basins: geomorphic and sedimentological distinction for geo-energy exploration and development. In Ventra, D. & Clarke, L. E. (eds) Geology and Geomorphology of Alluvial and Fluvial Fans: Terrestrial and Planetary Perspectives. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 440, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP440.11
  22. Moscariello A., Do Couto D., Mondino F.,  Booth J., Lupi M., Mazzini A. 2017 Genesis and evolution of the Watukosek fault in the Lusi area (east Java). Marine and Petroleum Geology Special Issue; doi.org/10.1016/j.marpetgeo.2017.09.032
  23. Samankassou E.,  Mazzini A., Chiaradia M., Spezzaferri S., Moscariello A., Do Couto D. 2017 The carbonate deposits underneath the geysering Lusi eruption (Java, Indonesia): dating and seismic imaging. Marine and Petroleum Geology Special Issue, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpetgeo.2017.11.012
  24. Benvenuti A. Segvic B. and Moscariello A. 2017 Tunnel valley deposits from the southern North Sea – material provenance and depositional processes. Boreas DOI 10.1111/bor.12292
  25. Chelle-Michou C., Do Couto D., Moscariello A., Renard Ph., Rusillon E. 2017 Geothermal state of the deep Western Alpine Molasse Basin,France-Switzerland, Geothermics 67 (2017) 48–65.
  26. Leila M. and Moscariello A. 2017 Organic geochemistry of oil and natural gas in the West Dikirnis and El-Tamad Fields, onshore Nile Delta, Egypt; Interpretation of potential source rock potential. Journal of Petroleum Geology, Vol. 40(1), 37 – 58.
  27. Moscariello, A. 2016 Geothermal exploration in SW Switzerland. Proceeding of the European Geothermal Congress 2016, Strasbourg, France, 19-24 Sept 2016, 9 pp.
  28. Moscariello, A. 2016 Reservoir geo-modeling and uncertainty management in the context of geo-energy projects Swiss Bull. angew. Geol. Vol. 21/1, p. 29-43
  29. Rusillon E., Clerc N., Brentini M., Moscariello A. 2016. Rock typing, structural characterization and stratigraphy harmonization in support of geothermal exploration in the Greater Geneva Basin (Switzerland) Proceeding of the European Geothermal Congress 2011, Strasbourg, France, 19-24 Sept 2016, 10 pp.
  30. Benvenuti A. and  Moscariello A. 2016 High-resolution seismic geomorphology and stratigraphy of a tunnel valley confined ice-margin fan (Elsterian glaciation, Southern North Sea). Interpretation, 4 (4), T469–T491.
  31. Slootman A., Cartigny M.J.B. , Moscariello A., Chiaradia M., de Boer P.L. 2016 Quantification of tsunami-induced flows on a Mediterranean carbonate ramp reveals catastrophic evolution. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 444 (2016) 192–204
  32. Segvic, B., Benvenuti, A., Moscariello, A. 2016. Illite-smectite rich clay parageneses from Quaternary tunnel valley sediments of the Dutch Southern North Sea –mineral origin and paleoenvironment implications. Clays and Clay Minerals, 64(5), 608-627.
  33. Zanoni G., Segvic B. and Moscariello A. 2016 Clay mineral diagenesis in Cretaceous clastic reservoirs from West African passive margins (the South Gabon Basin) and its impact on regional geology and basin evolution history, Applied Clay Science 134 (2016) 186–209.
  34. Moscariello A., Ventra D.,  Le Cotonnec A., Braccini E. Architecture and Connectivity of Coal-Bearing Reservoirs: New Insights From Outcrop Analogue AAPG Search and Discovery Article #51137 (2015)
  35. Rabineau M, Cloetingh S., Kuroda J., Aslanian D., Droxler A. W., Gorini C., Garcia Castellanos D., Moscariello A., Burov E., Sierro F., Lirer F., Roure F., Fezard Ph., Matenco L., Hello Yann, Mart Y., Camerlenghi A., Tripati A. K. 2015 Probing connections between deep earth and surface processes in a land-locked ocean basin transformed into a giant saline basin: the Mediterranean GOLD project. Marine and Petroleum Geology 66(1), 6-17.
  36. Clerc N., Rusillon E., Moscariello A., Renard Ph., Paolacci S. and Meyer M. 2015 Detailed Structural and Reservoir Rock Typing Characterisation of the Greater Geneva Basin, Switzerland, for Geothermal Resource Assessment Proceedings World Geothermal Congress 2015 Melbourne, Australia, 19-25 April 2015, 11 pp.
  37. Janszen, A., Spaak, M., Moscariello, A., 2012. Effects of the substratum on the formation of glacial tunnel valleys: an example from the Middle Pleistocene of the southern North Sea Basin. Boreas 41, 629-643.
  38. Janszen A., Moreau J., Moscariello A., Ehlers J., Kröger J. (2012) – The sedimentary succession of Middle Pleistocene tunnel valleys in Hamburg, northwest Germany. Sedimentology. Published on line 3.10.2012, DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-3091.2012.01357
  39. Huuse, M., Redfern, J., Dixon, R.J., Craig, J., Moscariello A., Le Heron, D.P. (Eds.) (2012) Glaciogenic Reservoirs and Hydrocarbon Systems. Geological Society of London Special Publication, vol. 368.
  40. Moreau J., Huuse M., Janszen A., van der Vegt P., Gibbard P. L. and Moscariello A. 2012 The glaciogenic unconformity of the southern North Sea. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 368; 99-110.
  41. Huuse M., Le Heron D. P., Dixon R., Redfern J., Moscariello A. and Craig J. (2012) Glaciogenic reservoirs and hydrocarbon systems: an introduction. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 368, 1-28.
  42. Van der Vegt, P., Janszen, A., Moscariello, A., (2012). Tunnel valleys: current knowledge and perspectives. In: Huuse, M., Redfern, J., Dixon, R.J., Craig, J., Moscariello A., Le Heron, D.P. (Eds.), Glaciogenic Reservoirs and Hydrocarbon Systems. Geological Society of London Special Publication, vol. 368, 75-97.
  43.  Moscariello A., (2011) – Sedimentary facies, correlation, and architecture of Rotliegend reservoirs at the Permian basin Margin: The P01-FA case study and the challenged myth of layer-cake stratigraphy. In: R. Gaupp & J. Groetsch (eds) “The Rotliegend of the Netherlands”, SEPM Special Publication 98, 177-192.
  44. Fryberger, S.G.,  Knight R., Hern., C., Moscariello A., Kabel., S. (2011) – Rotliegend facies, sedimentary provinces, and stratigraphy, Southern Permian Basin UK and the Netherlands: a review with new observations. In: R. Gaupp & J. Groetsch (eds) “The Rotliegend of the Netherlands”, SEPM Special Publication 98, 51-88.
  45. Moscariello, A., Bosch A., Ehlers J., Editors (2009) – Buried Glacial Valleys and Recent Advances in Understanding Groundwater and Hydrocarbon Reservoirs. Proceeding of Workshop 05 – 71st EAGE Conference & Exhibition — Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 8 – 11 June 2009, EAGE publishing, 34 pp.
  46. Mangili, C., Brauer, A., Plessen, B., Dulski, P., Moscariello, A. and Naumann, R. (2009) – Effects of detrital carbonate on stable oxygen and carbon isotope data from varved sediments of the interglacial Pianico palaeolake (Southern Alps, Italy). J. Quat. Sci. ISSN 0267-8179.
  47. Brauer A., Mangili C., Moscariello A., Witt A. (2008) – Palaeoclimatic implications from micro-facies data of a 5900 varve time series from the Piànico interglacial sediment record, southern Alps. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 259, 121-135.
  48. Gibbard, P.L., Moscariello, A., Bailey, H. W., Boreham, S., Koch, C., Lord, A. R., Whittaker, J. E. & Whiteman, C. A. (2008) – Reply: Middle Pleistocene sedimentation at Pakefield, Suffolk, England: a response to Lee et al. (2006). Journal of Quaternary Science 23, 85-92.
  49. Sáez, A., Anadón, P., Herrero, M. J., Moscariello, A. (2007). Variable style of transition between Paleogene fluvial fan and lacustrine systems, Southern Pyrenean Foreland, NE Spain. Sedimentology 54, 367–390.
  50. Moscariello A., Deganutti A.M. (2007) – Hydrological and sedimentary processes related to a high intensity debris-flow catchment in the Dolomites (Italian Alps). In: Chen C., Cui P., Davies T.R.H., Eds.: Proceedings of 4th International Conference on Debris-Flow Hazards Mitigation: Mechanics, Prediction, and Assessment 10-13 September 2007, Chengdu, China. Balkema, 34 – 46.
  51. Mangili, C., Brauer, A., Plessen, B., Moscariello, A. (2007) – Centennial-scale oscillations in stable oxygen and carbon isotopes of endogenic calcite from a 15,500 varve year record of the Piànico interglacial. Quaternary Science Reviews 26, 1725-1735.
  52. Brauer, A., Wulf, S., Mangili, C., Appelt, O., Moscariello, A. (2007b) – Reply: Tephrochronological dating of varved interglacial lake deposits from Piànico-Sèllere (Southern Alps, Italy) to around 400 ka. Journal of Quaternary Science 22, 415-418.
  53. Brauer A., Wulf S., Mangili C. Moscariello A. (2007a) – Tephrochronological dating of varved interglacial lake deposits from Piànico-Sèllere (Southern Alps, Italy) to around 400 ka. Journal of Quaternary Science 22 (1), 85-96.
  54. Anadón, P., Moscariello, A., Rodríguez-Lázaro, J., Filippi, M.L. (2006) – Holocene environmental changes of Lake Geneva (Lac Léman) from stable isotopes (δ13C, δ18O) and trace element records of ostracod and gastropod carbonates. Journal of Palaeolimnology 35, 593–616.
  55. Balbo, A.L., Andrič, M., Rubinić, J., Moscariello, A., Miracle, P.T. (2006) – Palaeoenviron-mental and archaeological implications of a sediment core from Polje Čepić, Istria, Croatia. Geologia Croatica 59/2, 107–122.
  56. Mangili, C., Brauer, A., Moscariello, A., Naumann, R. (2005) – Microfacies of detrital event layers deposited in Quaternary varved lake sediments of the Piànico-Sèllere Basin (northern Italy). Sedimentology, 52, 5, 927-943.
  57. Moscariello A., (2005) – Exploration potential of the mature Southern North Sea basin margins: some unconventional plays based on alluvial and fluvial fan sedimentation models. In: Dore´, A. G. & Vining, B. A. (eds) Petroleum Geology: North-West Europe and Global Perspectives – Proceedings of the 6th Petroleum Geology Conference. Published by the Geological Society, London, 595–605.
  58. MortonA, Hallsworth,C., Moscariello A. (2005) – Interplay between northern and southern sediment sources during Westphalian deposition in the Silverpit Basin, southern North Sea. In: J. D. Collinson, D. J. Evans, D. W. Holliday, N. S. Jones. (eds) Carboniferous hydrocarbon geology: the southern North Sea and surrounding onshore areas, Published as volume 7 in the Occasional Publications series of the Yorkshire Geological Society, Yorkshire Geological Society, pp. 135–146
  59. Pearce T. J., Wray D., Ratcliffe K., Wright D. K., MoscarielloA. (2005) Chemostratigraphy of the Upper Carboniferous Schooner Formation, southern North Sea. In: J. D. Collinson, D. J. Evans, D. W. Holliday, N. S. Jones. (eds) Carboniferous hydrocarbon geology: the southern North Sea and surrounding onshore areas, Published as volume 7 in the Occasional Publications series of the Yorkshire Geological Society, Yorkshire Geological Society, pp. 147–164
  60. Moscariello A. (2003) – The Schooner Field, Blocks 44/26a and 43/30a, UK Southern North Sea. In: United Kingdom Oil & Gas Fields Commemorative Millennium Volume Ed. by Gluyas, J., H. Hichens, J. Evans (eds) United Kingdom Oil and Gas Fields. Memoir of the Geological Society, 20, 811-824, London.
  61. Keighley D., Flint S., Howell J., Moscariello A. (2003) – Sequence stratigraphy in lacustrine basins: a model for part of the Green River Formation (Eocene), southwest Uinta Basin, Utah, U.S.A. Journal of Sedimentary Research, 6, 987-1006.
  62. Coe J.A., Godt J.W., Parise M., Moscariello A. (2003) – Estimating debris-flow probability using fan stratigraphy, historic records, and drainage-basin morphology, Interstate 70 highway corridor, central Colorado, U.S.A. Proceedings of the 3rd  International Conference in debris-flow hazards mitigation Davos, Switzerland, September 2003, Balkema, Rotterdam.
  63. Moscariello A., Marchi L., Maraga F., Mortara G. (2001) – Alluvial fan activity on the Italian Alps. Sedimentary facies, processes and related hazards. In: Martini I.P., Baker V.R. and Garzon G.  (Eds ) “Flood and Megaflood Deposits: Recent and Ancient” IAS Special Publication n. 32, pp 141-166.
  64. Moscariello A.  (2000) – Il sito di Piànico-Séllere, punto di riferimento di un interglaciale sudalpino. Congress AIQUA “L’Eemiano ed il Tirreniano in Italia”, Museo Civico di Storia Naturale – Verona 12-13 September 2000, pp 3 *.
  65. Moscariello A., Schneider A.M., Benier C., Druart J.-C. (2000) – Holocene sediment record from Lake Geneva, CH: a history of climate, environmental changes and human evolution. Terra Nostra 00/7:  5th ELDP Workshop,  Pallanza, 70-76.
  66. Moscariello A. (2000) – Pedofacies in reservoir modelling of low net to gross, barren fluvial sequences. Schooner Fm, Carboniferous SNS. Proceedings of the EAGE 62nd Conference and Technical Exhibition, Glasgow 29 May – 2 June 2000, X-10.
  67. Moscariello A., Ravazzi C., Brauer A., Mangili C., Chiesa S., Rossi S., Beaulieu J.L. de, Reille M. (2000) – A long lacustrine record from the Pianico-Sellere Basin (Middle-Late Pleistocene, Northern Italy). Quaternary International, 73/74, 47-68.
  68. Moscariello, A. Deganutti, A.M. (2000) Sedimentary and hydrologic processes of a debris-flow dominated alluvial fan (Moscardo Fan, Italy). In G.F. Wieczorek and N.D. Naeser (Eds) Debris-flow hazards mitigation: mechanics, prediction and assessment. Proceedings of the 2nd  International Conference in debris-flow hazards mitigation Taipei, Taiwan  16-18 August 2000, Balkema, Rotterdam, 301-309.
  69. Moscariello A., Palm D., Sarginson M. (1999) – Fractured reservoir modelling at a pre-field development. Exploration and Production NewsLetter, Special Issue: Fractured Reservoirs,  SIEP 99-7025, 28-31.
  70. Stone G., Moscariello A. (1999) – Integrated modelling of the Southern North Sea Carboniferous Barren Red Measures using production data, geochemistry and pedofacies cyclicity. SPE 56898, 8 pp.
  71. Keighley D., Flint S., Howell J., Moscariello A., Stone G. (1999) – Application of outcrop analogue studies to predict fluvial sandbody connectivity, Schooner and Ketch fields, Southern North Sea. Exploration and Production NewsLetter, Special Issue: Geology SIEP 99-7021, 33-38.
  72. Wildi W., Moscariello A. Pugin A. (1999) – Histoire glaciaire du Leman. In: Decouvrir le Léman. 100 ans après François Alphonse Forel. Actes du colloques pluridisciplinaires Nyon 16-18 septembre 1998. Ed. by Bertola C., Goumand C. and Rubin J.-F.. Musée du Léman. Editions Slatkine Genève. Switzerland, 400 – 414.
  73. Moscariello A. (1998) – Open fracture prediction using curvature and dips maps: successful experience from the Clipper field, UK. Exploration and Production NewsLetter SIEP 98-7010, 29-34.
  74. Moscariello A., Pugin A., Wildi W., Beck C., Chapron E., de Batist M., Girardclos S., Ivy Ochs S., Rachoud-Schneider A.M., Signer C., van Clauwenberghe T. (1998) – Déglaciation würmienne dans des conditions lacustres à la terminaison occidentale du bassin lémanique (Suisse occidentale et France). Eclogae geol. Helv. 91, 185-201.
  75. Moscariello A., Schneider A.M., Filippi M.L. (1998) – Late glacial and early Holocene palaeoenvironmental changes in Geneva Bay (Lake Geneva, Switzerland). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 140: 51-73.
  76. Ravazzi C., Moscariello A. (1998) – Sedimentation, paleoenvironmental evolution and time duration of earliest Pleistocene climatic cycles in the 24-56 m FM core interval (Leffe basin, Northern Italy).  Mededelingen Nederlands Inst. voor Toegepaste Geowetenschappen TNO – The dawn of the Quaternary – Ed. by Th. van Kolfschoten and Ph. Gibbard  60, 467-489.
  77. Rossi S., Reille M., Ravazzi C., Ogliari R., Moscariello A., Mangili C., Chiesa S., Brauer A., Beaulieu J.-L. de (1998) – An Interglacial varved succession from the Pianico-Sellere Basin (Northern Italy). Preliminary Results. Terra Nostra 98/6, 109-114.
  78. Maraga F., Mortara G., Marchi L. and Moscariello A., 1998. Colate detritiche torrentizie; aspetti granulometrici e influenza sul territorio. Memorie Societa’ Geologica Italiana. 53, 75-96.
  79. Moscariello A. Costa F. (1997) – The Upper Laacher See Thepra in Lake Geneva sediments: paleoenvironmental and paleoclimatological implications. Schweiz. Mineral. Petrogr. Mitt., 77, 175-185.
  80. Moscariello A. (1997) – Lacustrine ooidal sands in Lake Geneva (Switzerland): sedimentological evidence for high energy conditions and lake-level rise in the Late Bronze Age. Climatic implications and constraints on the location of lake-dwellings. Eclogae Geol. Helv., 90(1), 143-150.
  81. Parise M., Moscariello A. (1997) – Geologic hazards and relative slope  stability on the inactive Slumgullion landslide, Southwestern Colorado.  USGS Open File Report 97-706, 16 pp.
  82. Parise M., Moscariello A. Flemming R. (1997) – Evidence from flank ridges for long-term diminishing movements of the Slumgullion landslide, Hinsdale County, Colorado. USGS Open File Report 97-517, 14 pp.
  83. Filippi M. L., Moscariello A. and Hunziker J., (1997) – Stable isotopes on Lake Geneva carbonate sediments: review and new data. Eclogae Geol. Helv., 90 (2), 199-210.
  84. Moscariello A. (1996) – Quaternary Geology of the Geneva Bay: sedimentary  record, palaeoclimatic and paleoenvironmental reconstruction since the Last Glacial Cycle. Ph-D Thesis, Terre et Environnement, University of Geneva,  n. 4, 230 pp.
  85. Luino F., Chiarle M., Moscariello A., Arattano M. (1994) – A case of debris flow in the basin of the Oropa Torrent (Western Alps). Quaderno 13, suppl. GEAM, XXXI(1), 149-156*.
  86. Chiarle M., Deganutti A., Moscariello A. (1994) – Slope morphogenesis following extreme rainfall onto inhabited areas. The floods of September 22 and 27, 1992, Ligurie. il Quaternario, 7(1), 397-402*.
  87. Rolli M., Filippi M.L., Hadorn P., Moscariello A. (1994) – Post -glacial climatic variations in the lacustrine sediments of Lake Loclat (Neuchatel, Switzerland): sedimentological, mineralogical, geochemical and isotopic evidence. – Preliminary data. il Quaternario, 7(1), 335-342*.
  88. Moscariello A. (1994) – Les forages de la Rade de Genève (Lac Léman). Etat de la recherche. Oceanographie – CH, 29, 6-8.
  89. Moscariello A., Carraro F. Paganelli A. (1993) – New data on the Quaternary geology of the upper Zoldo Valley (South-eastern Dolomites, Northern Italy) il Quaternario, 6,145-166, Napoli (in Italian)*.
  90. Tropeano D., Chiarle M., Deganutti A., Godone F., Mortara G., Moscariello A. Mercalli L. (1993) Torrential floods on 22 and 27 September 1992 in Ligurie (Northwest Italy). Hydrological and geomorphological study. Quaderno 13, suppl. GEAM, XXX(4), 3-37*.
  91. Moscariello A. Calzavara S. (1992) – Dedrochronological investigation about a trunk of spruce in colluvial deposits at Pécol (Val di Zoldo, Belluno). Il Quaternario, 5, 173-180*.

*text in Italian and abstract in English

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