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A GIS-based approach for gully erosion susceptibility modelling: a test in Sicily, Italy

Cappadonia, C., Conoscenti, C., Agnesi, V., Rotigliano, E., Märker, M. & Angileri, S. E., 2013, In : Environmental Earth Sciences. 70, p. 1179-1195 17 p.

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56 Citations (Scopus)

Exporting a Google Earth™ aided earthflowsusceptibility model: a test in centralSicily

Cappadonia, C., Rotigliano, E., Conoscenti, C. & Costanzo, D., 2012, In : Natural Hazards. 61, p. 103-114 12 p.

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25 Citations (Scopus)
20 Citations (Scopus)

Geomorphological, chemical and physical study of “calanchi” landforms inNW Sicily (southern Italy)

Rotigliano, E., Agnesi, V., Cappadonia, C., Conoscenti, C., Pulice, I., De Rose, R., Scarciglia, F. & Robustelli, G., 2012, In : Geomorphology. 153–154, p. 219-231 13 p.

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30 Citations (Scopus)

Geomorphology of the Anthropocene in Mediterranean urban areas

Cappadonia, C., Di Maggio, C., Agnesi, V., Brandolini, P., Faccini, F., Paliaga, G., Donadio, C., Vergari, F., Stanislao, C., Luberti, G. M., Alevizos, G., Stamatopoulos, L. & Del Monte, M., 2019, In : Progress in Physical Geography. 34 p.

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13 Citations (Scopus)

Geomorphology of the urban area of Palermo (Italy)

Agnesi, V., Cappadonia, C., Di Maggio, C. & Agate, M., 2020, In : Journal of Maps. 16, p. 274-284 11 p.

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Gully erosion susceptibility assessment by means of GIS-based logistic regression: a case of Sicily (Italy)

Cappadonia, C., Rotigliano, E., Conoscenti, C., Agnesi, V., Märker, M. & Angileri, S. E., 2014, In : Geomorphology. 204, p. 399-411 13 p.

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123 Citations (Scopus)

Hillslope degradation in representative Italian areas: Just soil erosion risk or opportunity for development?

Cappadonia, C., Conoscenti, C., Brandolini, P., Marsico, A., Cevasco, A., Vergari, F., Pepe, G., Capolongo, D. & Del Monte, M., 2018, In : LAND DEGRADATION & DEVELOPMENT. 29, p. 3050-3068 19 p.

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23 Citations (Scopus)
4 Citations (Scopus)

Malta and Sicily Joined by Geoheritage Enhancement and Geotourism within the Framework of Land Management and Development

Agnesi, V., Cappadonia, C., Coratza, P. & Soldati, M., 2018, In : GEOSCIENCES. 8, p. 253- 19 p.

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12 Citations (Scopus)

Relationships between a new slope morphometric index and calanchi erosionin northern Sicily, Italy

Cappadonia, C., Rotigliano, E., Buccolini, M. & Coco, L., 2012, In : Geomorphology. 149-150, p. 41-48 8 p.

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24 Citations (Scopus)
24 Citations (Scopus)
32 Citations (Scopus)