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New Tools for Terrain Gravimetry

Deliverables

Data policy guidelines

Definition of guidelines for the management of project data.

Dissemination and Exploitation Plan

The dissemination and exploitation plan will be developed by INGV, with support from the other partners, and will consist of several actions that will be carried out throughout the duration of the project.

First project report

Delivery of the first project report for the EC.

Second project report

Delivery of the second project report

Plan for the deployment

Detailed plan outlining actions needed to deploy the gravity imager in the field.

Parameters definition for devices design

Definition of the relevant parameters of the expected gravity changes (time, space and amplitude scales) that will inform the design of the new devices.

Data Management Plan

The plan will be developed by INGV, with support from the other partners, and will outline how data are to be handled, both during the project and after its completion.

Database structure

Early development of database structure will allow database population as soon as the gravity imager has been deployed.

Quantum device prototype

Delivery of the prototype of the quantum gravimeter, featuring characteristics that match the objectives of the project.

Gravity imager design review

"Document where the design characteristics of the gravity imager (including MEMS ""pixels"" and ""anchor"" quantum gravimeter) are detailed."

MEMS device prototype

Delivery of the prototype of the MEMS gravimeter, featuring characteristics that match the objectives of the project.

Data mining tool

Implementation of software tools able to spot gravity anomalies likely related to bulk volcanic processes.

Deployment of the system

Installation of the gravity imager in the summit zone of Mt. Etna.

Physical models of relevant processes

Delivery of physical models of the processes controlling the development of observable gravity changes.

On-field infrastructures

Delivery of field infrastructures for hosting the devices in the integrated measurement system.

Kick-off workshop

Organization of a kick-off workshop, with participation of end-user representatives and TV/Internet delivery networks, for press release.

Project short video

Delivery of a short video presenting the main objectives of NEWTON-g and introducing the partners involved in the project.

Project website and logo

Launch of the NEWTON-g website to present the project objectives and the partners involved. Delivery of the project logo.

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Publications

Analytical and numerical optimization of gravimetric networks: case studyMount Etna, Italy

Author(s): Mehdi Nikkhoo, Eleonora Rivalta, Daniele Carbone, Flavio Cannavo’
Published in: 6th Workshop on Physics of Volcanoes - Book Of Abstracts, 2020, Page(s) 13

Application of newly developed gravimeters to monitor and study active volcanoes: the NEWTON-g project

Author(s): Daniele Carbone, Flavio Cannavò, Filippo Greco, Alfio Messina, Giuseppe Siligato, Jean Lautier-Gaud, Laura Antoni-Micollier, Giles Hammond, Richard Middlemiss, Elske van Zeeuw de-Dalfsen, Mathijs Koymans, Eleonora Rivalta, Mehdi Nikkhoo, and Costanza Bonadonna
Published in: Geophysical Research Abstracts, Issue Vol. 21, EGU2019-7352, 2019, 2019

The NEWTON-g gravity imager: a new window into sub-surface fluid displacement

Author(s): Laura Antoni-Micollier, Daniele Carbone, Flavio Cannavò, Letizia Spampinato, Filippo Greco, Jean Lautier-Gaud, Richard Middlemiss, Giles Hammond, Elske de Zeeuw - van Dalfsen, Mathijs Koymans, Mehdi Nikkhoo, Eleonora Rivalta, and Costanza Bonadonna
Published in: Geophysical Research Abstracts, Issue Vol. 21, EGU2019-10095-1, 2019, 2019

Optimization of network configuration for an array of low-cost gravimeters at Mount Etna

Author(s): Mehdi Nikkhoo, Eleonora Rivalta, Daniele Carbone, Flavio Cannavò
Published in: Geophysical Research Abstracts, Issue Vol. 21, EGU2019-15092, 2019, 2019

Absolute and Relative Gravity Measurements at Volcanoes: Current State and New Developments Under the NEWTON-g Project

Author(s): Greco F., Carbone D., Cannavò F., Messina A., Siligato G.
Published in: International Association of Geodesy Symposia, 2020, Page(s) 1-7, ISSN 0939-9585
DOI: 10.1007/1345_2020_126

The Benefits of Using a Network of Superconducting Gravimeters to Monitor and Study Active Volcanoes

Author(s): Daniele Carbone, Flavio Cannavò, Filippo Greco, Richard Reineman, Richard J. Warburton
Published in: Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, Issue 123, 2019, ISSN 2169-9313
DOI: 10.1029/2018jb017204

The NEWTON-g Gravity Imager: Toward New Paradigms for Terrain Gravimetry

Author(s): D. Carbone, L. Antoni-Micollier, G. Hammond, E. de Zeeuw - van Dalfsen, E. Rivalta, C. Bonadonna, A. Messina, J. Lautier-Gaud, K. Toland, M. Koymans, K. Anastasiou, S. Bramsiepe, F. Cannavò, D. Contrafatto, C. Frischknecht, F. Greco, G. Marocco, R. Middlemiss, V. Ménoret, A. Noack, L. Passarelli, D. Paul, A. Prasad, G. Siligato, P. Vermeulen
Published in: Frontiers in Earth Science, Issue 8, 2020, ISSN 2296-6463
DOI: 10.3389/feart.2020.573396