Andrea Cannata

Associate Professor of [GEO/10]
Membership Section: Earth Sicnce section

Andrea Cannata earned the degree in Geological Sciences (grade 110/110 cum laude) at the University of Catania. In 2004 he got a Master degree in Theoretical and Applied Geophysics at “Scuola di Formazione post-laurea della Spezia, Università di Pisa”. From 2005 to 2009 he conducted his Ph.D. studies concerning Geodynamics and Seismotectonics at the University of Catania. In March 2009 he got the Ph.D. degree defending the thesis entitled “Location and modeling of the magma plumbing system at Mt. Etna by analyzing seismic long period signals”. In 2007 he was visiting scholar at the Berkeley Seismological Laboratory (USA). In 2009-2010 he was PostDoc student at the Sezione di Catania, Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia (INGV-CT), Seismology Division. In 2009 he spent two months at the Department of Earth and Space Sciences, University of Washington (USA), to develop a monitoring system of seismo-volcanic and infrasonic signals. From 2011 up to 2015 he worked as researcher for the INGV-CT, Seismology Division. From June to July 2013 he was visiting researcher at at the National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention (NIED; Tsukuba, Japan) to study Deep Long Period events recorded at Mt. Fuji. From 2015 to 2018, he was Associate Professor of Geophysics at the University of Perugia (Italy). In 2016-2017 he spent 40 days in Antarctica with the XXXII Italian expedition. From 2018 up to now, he has been Associate Professor of Geophysics at the University of Catania (Italy).

​​Autor of 75 ISI JCR international papers (22 as first author) with 1531 citations and h-index of 25 in Scopus (2117 citations and h-index of 28 in Google Scholar), 4 book chapters19 technological and scientific reports, and many participations as speaker to Italian and international congresses (updated on 01/02/2021).



  1. Alparone, S., Cannata, A., Gresta, S. (2007). Time variation of spectral and wavefield features of volcanic tremor at Mt. Etna (January–June 1999). J. Volcanol. Geotherm. Res., 161, 318-332, doi:10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2006.12.012.
  2. Cannata, A., Catania, A., Alparone, S., Gresta, S. (2008). Volcanic tremor at Mt. Etna: inferences on magma dynamics during effusive and explosive activity. J. Volcanol. Geotherm. Res., 178, 19-31, doi:10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2007.11.027.
  3. Spampinato, L., Oppenheimer, C., Calvari, S., Cannata, A., Montalto, P. (2008). Lava lake surface characterization by thermal imaging: Erta ‘Ale volcano (Ethiopia). Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., 9,12, doi:10.1029/2008GC002164.
  4. Patanè, D., Di Grazia, G., Cannata, A., Montalto, P., Boschi, E. (2008). The shallow magma pathway geometry at Mt. Etna volcano. Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., 9, 12, doi:10.1029/2008GC002131.
  5. Cannata, A., Montalto, P., Privitera, E., Russo, G., Gresta, S. (2009). Tracking eruptive phenomena by infrasound: May 13, 2008 eruption at Mt. Etna. Geophys. Res. Lett., 36, doi:10.1029/2008GL036738.
  6. Cannata, A., Montalto, P., Privitera, E., Russo, G. (2009). Characterization and location of infrasonic sources in active volcanoes: Mount Etna, September-November 2007. J. Geophys. Res., 114, B08308, doi:10.1029/2008JB006007.
  7. Di Grazia, G., Cannata, A., Montalto, P., Patanè, D., Privitera, E., Zuccarello, L., Boschi, E. (2009). A multiparameter approach to volcano monitoring based on 4D analyses of seismo-volcanic and acoustic signals: The 2008 Mt. Etna eruption. Geophys. Res. Lett., 36, doi:10.1029/2009GL039567.
  8. Cannata, A., Hellweg, M., Di Grazia, G., Ford, S., Alparone, S., Gresta, S., Montalto, P., Patanè, D. (2009). Long Period and Very Long Period events at Mt. Etna volcano: characteristics, variability and causality, and implications for their sources. J. Volcanol. Geotherm. Res., 187, 227-249, doi:10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2009.09.007.
  9. Cannata, A., Giudice, G., Gurrieri, S., Montalto, P., Alparone, S., Di Grazia, G., Favara, R., Gresta, S., Liuzzo, M. (2010). Relationship between soil CO2 flux and volcanic tremor at Mt. Etna: implications for magma dynamics. Environmental Earth Science, 61, 477-489, doi:10.1007/s12665-009-0359-z.
  10. Montalto, P., Cannata, A., Privitera, E., Gresta, S., Nunnari, G., Patanè, D. (2010). Towards an automatic monitoring system of infrasonic events at Mt. Etna: strategies for source location and modelling. Pure and Applied Geophysics, 167, 1215-1231, DOI: 10.1007/s00024-010-0051-y.
  11. Alparone, S., Cannata, A., Gambino, S., Gresta, S., Milluzzo, V., Montalto, P. (2010). Time-space variation of volcano-seismic events at La Fossa (Vulcano, Aeolian Islands, Italy): new insights into seismic sources in a hydrothermal system. Bulletin of Volcanology, 72, 803-816, doi:10.1007/s00445-010-0367-6.
  12. Aiuppa, A., Cannata, A., Cannavò, F., Di Grazia, G., Ferrari, F., Giudice, G., Gurrieri, S., Liuzzo, M., Mattia, M., Montalto, P., Patanè, D., Puglisi, G. (2010). Patterns in the recent 2007-2008 activity of Mount Etna volcano investigated by integrated geophysical and geochemical observations. Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., 11, 9, doi: 10.1029/2010GC003168.
  13. Cannata, A., Di Grazia, G., Montalto, P., Ferrari, F., Nunnari, G., Patanè, D., Privitera, E. (2010). New insights into banded tremor from the 2008-2009 Mount Etna eruption. J. Geophys. Res., doi:10.1029/2009JB007120.
  14. Cannata, A., Di Grazia, G., Montalto, P., Aliotta, M., Patanè, D., Boschi, E. (2010). Response of Mount Etna to dynamic stresses from distant earthquakes. J. Geophys. Res., doi:10.1029/2010JB007487.
  15. Milluzzo, V., Cannata, A., Alparone, S., Gambino, S., Hellweg, M., Montalto, P., Cammarata, L., Diliberto, I.S., Gresta, S., Liotta, M., Paonita, A. (2010). Tornillos at Vulcano: clues to the dynamics of the hydrothermal system. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 198, 377-393, doi: 10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2010.09.022.
  16. Cannata, A., Montalto, P, Aliotta, M., Cassisi, C., Pulvirenti, A., Privitera, E., Patanè, D. (2011). Clustering of infrasonic events at Mount Etna using pattern recognition techniques. Geophys. J. Int., 185, 253–264, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-246X.2011.04951.x.
  17. Cannata, A., Diliberto, S., Alparone, S., Gambino, S., Gresta, S., Liotta, M., Madonia, P., Milluzzo, V., Aliotta, M., Montalto, P. (2012). Multiparametric approach in investigating hydrothermal systems: the case of study of Vulcano (Aeolian Islands, Italy). Pure and Applied Geophysics, doi: 10.1007/s00024-011-0297-z.
  18. Bonaccorso, A., Cannata, A., Corsaro, R., Di Grazia, G., Gambino, S., Greco, F., Miraglia, L., Pistorio (2011). A. Multi-disciplinary investigation on a lava fountain preceding a flank eruption: the 10 May 2008 Etna case. Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst. doi:10.1029/2010GC003480.
  19. Sciotto, M., Cannata, A., Privitera, E., Gresta, S., Di Grazia, G. (2011). Seismo-acoustic investigations of paroxysmal activity at Mt. Etna volcano: New insights into 16 November 2006. J. Geophys. Res. doi:10.1029/2010JB008138.
  20. Cannata, A., Sciotto, M., Spampinato, L., Spina, L. (2011). Insights into explosive activity at eruptive fissure closely-spaced eruptive vents using infrasound signals: example of Mt. Etna 2008 eruption. J. Volcanol. Geotherm. Res., doi:10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2011.09.003.
  21. Spampinato, L., Oppenheimer, C., Cannata, A., Montalto, P., Salerno, G.G., Calvari, S. (2012). On the time-scale of thermal cycles associated with open-vent degassing. Bulletin of Volcanology, 74, 1281-1292, doi:10.1007/s00445-012-0592-2.
  22. Cannata, A. (2012). Crustal changes at Mt. Etna volcano accompanying the 2002-2003 eruption as inferred from repeating earthquake analysis. Geophysical Research Letters, 39, doi:10.1029/2012GL053185.
  23. Bonaccorso, A., Cannata, A., Corsaro, R., Di Grazia, G., Gambino, S., Greco, F., Miraglia, L. , Pistorio (2012). Reply to comment by D. Carbone and D. Patane on "Multidisciplinary investigation on a lava fountain preceding a flank eruption: The 10 May 2008 Etna case". Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst. doi:10.1029/2012GC004239.
  24. Cassisi, C., Aliotta, M., Cannata, A., Montalto, P., Patanè, D., Pulvirenti, A., Spampinato, L. (2013). Motif discovery on seismic amplitude time series: the case study of Mt. Etna 2011 eruptive activity. Pure and Applied Geophysics, 170, 529–545, doi: 10.1007/s00024-012-0560-y.
  25. Cannata, A., Di Grazia, G., Aliotta, M., Cassisi, C., Montalto, P., Patanè, D. (2013). Monitoring seismo-volcanic and infrasonic signals at volcanoes: Mt. Etna case study. Pure and Applied Geophysics, doi:10.1007/s00024-012-0634-x.
  26. Sciotto, M., Cannata, A., Gresta, E., Privitera, E., Spina, L. (2013). Seismic and Infrasound Signals at Mt. Etna: Modelling of North-East Crater Conduit and its Relation with the Feeding System of the 2008-2009 Eruption. J. Volcanol. Geotherm. Res., 254, 53–68, doi: 10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2012.12.024.
  27. Cannata, A., Montalto, P., Patanè, D. (2013). Joint analysis between infrasound and seismic signals by cross wavelet transform: detection of Mt. Etna explosive activity. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, 13, 1–9, doi:10.5194/nhess-13-1-2013.
  28. Cannata, A., Alparone, S., Ursino, A. (2013). Repeating volcano-tectonic earthquakes at Mt. Etna volcano (Sicily, Italy) during 1999 – 2009.  Gondwana Research, doi: 10.1016/
  29. Patanè, D., Aiuppa, A., Aloisi, M., Behncke, B., Cannata, A., Coltelli, M., Di Grazia, G., Gambino, S., Gurrieri, S., Mattia, M., Salerno, G. (2013). Insights into magma and fluid transfer at Mount Etna by a multiparametric approach: A model of the events leading to the 2011 eruptive cycle. J. Geophys. Res., doi: 10.1002/jgrb.50248.
  30. Tamburello, G., Aiuppa, A., McGonigle, A. J. S., Allard, P., Cannata, A., Giudice, G., Kantzas, E. P., Pering, T. D. (2013). Periodic volcanic degassing behavior: The Mount Etna example. Geophys. Res. Lett., 40, doi:10.1002/grl.50924.
  31. Pering, T.D., Tamburello, G., McGonigle, A.J.S., Aiuppa, A., Cannata, A., Giudice, G., Patane, D. (2014). High time resolution fluctuations in volcanic carbon dioxide degassing from Mount Etna. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, doi: 10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2013.11.014.
  32. Viccaro, M., Garozzo, I., Cannata, A., Di Grazia, G., Gresta, S. (2014). Gas burst vs. gas-rich magma recharge: a multidisciplinary study to reveal factors controlling duration of the recent paroxysmal eruptions at Mt. Etna. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 278–279, 1–13.
  33. Spina, L., Cannata, A., Privitera, E., Vergniolle, S., Ferlito, C., Gresta, S., Montalto, P., Sciotto, M. (2015). Insights into Mt. Etna’s Shallow Plumbing System from the Analysis of Infrasound Signals, August 2007–December 2009 Pure and Applied Geophysics, doi: 10.1007/s00024-014-0884-x.
  34. Pering, T.D., Tamburello, G., McGonigle, A.J.S., Aiuppa, A., James, M.R., Lane, S.J., Sciotto, M., Cannata, A., Patane’, D. (2015). Dynamics of mild strombolian activity on Mt. Etna, J. Volcanol. Geotherm. Res., doi: 10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2014.12.013.
  35. Mattia, M., Bruno, V., Caltabiano, T., Cannata, A., Cannavò, F., D'Alessandro, W., Di Grazia, G., Federico, C., Giammanco, S., La Spina, A., Liuzzo, M., Longo, M., Monaco. C., Patanè, D., Salerno, G.  (2015). A comprehensive interpretative model of slow slip events on Mt.Etna’s eastern flank. Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., doi: 10.1002/2014GC005585.
  36. Spampinato, L., Sciotto, M., Cannata, A., Cannavò, F., La Spina, A., Palano, M., Salerno, G.G., Privitera, E., Caltabiano, T. (2015). Multiparametric study of the February-April 2013 paroxysmal phase of Mt. Etna New South-East crater. Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., doi: 10.1002/2015GC005795.
  37. Spina, L., Taddeucci, J., Cannata, A., Gresta, S., Lodato, L., Privitera, E., Scarlato, P., Gaeta, M., Gaudin, D., Palladino, D. (2015). Explosive volcanic activity at Mt. Yasur: a characterization of the acoustic events (9-12th July 2011). J. Volcanol. Geotherm. Res., 302, 24–32.
  38. Cannata, A., Spedalieri, G., Behncke, B., Cannavo', F., Di Grazia, G., Gambino, S., Gresta, S., Liuzzo, M., Gurrieri, S., Palano, M. (2015). Pressurization and depressurization phases inside the plumbing system of Mt. Etna volcano: evidence from a multiparametric approach. J. Geophys. Res. doi:10.1002/2015JB012227. 
  39. Gambino, S., Cannata, A., Cannavò, F., La Spina, A., Palano, M., Sciotto, M., Spampinato, L., Barberi, G. (2016). The unusual 28 December 2014 dike-fed paroxysm at Mount Etna: Timing and mechanism from a multidisciplinary perspective, J. Geophys. Res. Solid Earth, 121, doi:10.1002/2015JB012379.
  40. Cassisi, C., Prestifilippo, M., Cannata, A., Montalto, P., Patanè, D., Privitera, E. (2016). Probabilistic Reasoning Over Seismic Time Series: Volcano Monitoring by Hidden Markov Models at Mt. Etna. Pure Appl. Geophys. DOI 10.1007/s00024-016-1284-1.
  41. Viccaro, M., Zuccarello, F., Cannata, A., Palano, M., Gresta, S. (2016). How a complex basaltic volcanic system works: Constraints from integrating seismic, geodetic, and petrological data at Mount Etna volcano during the July–August 2014 eruption. J. Geophys. Res. DOI: 10.1002/2016JB013164.
  42. Cannata, A., Cannavò, F., Montalto, P., Ercoli, M., Mancinelli, P., Pauselli, C., Leto, G. (2017). Monitoring crustal changes at volcanoes by seismic noise interferometry: Mt. Etna case of study. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, doi:10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2017.03.023.
  43. Cannavò, F., Cannata, A., Cassisi, C., Di Grazia, G., Montalto, P., Prestifilippo, M., Privitera, E., Coltelli, M., Gambino, S. (2017). A Multivariate Probabilistic Graphical Model for Real-Time Volcano Monitoring on Mt. Etna. Journal of Geophysical Research, doi:10.1002/2016JB013512.
  44. Spina, L., Taddeucci, J., Cannata, A., Sciotto, M., Del Bello, E., Scarlato, P., Kueppers, U., Andronico, D., Privitera, E., Ricci, T., Pena-Fernandez, J., Sesterhenn, J., Dingwell, D.B. (2017). Time-series analysis of fissure-fed multi-vent activity: a snapshot from the July 2014 eruption of Etna volcano (Italy). Bull. Volcanol., doi: 10.1007/s00445-017-1132-x.
  45. Cannata, A., Larocca, G., Del Carlo, P., Giudice, G., Giuffrida, G., Liuzzo, M., Zuccarello, L., Di Grazia, G., Gambino, S., Privitera, E., Delladio, A., Grigioni, P. (2017). Characterization of seismic signals recorded in Tethys Bay, Victoria Land (Antarctica): data from atmosphere-cryosphere-hydrosphere interaction. Annals of Geophysics, 60, 5, 2017; S0555; doi: 10.4401/ag-7408.
  46. Girolami, C., Barchi, M.R., Heyde, I., Pauselli, C., Vetere, F. Cannata, A. (2017). The gravity anomaly of mount Amiata; different approaches for understanding anomaly source distribution. Geophys. J. Int., doi: 10.1093/gji/ggx350.
  47. Ercoli, M., Di Matteo, L., Pauselli, C., Mancinelli, P., Frapiccini, S., Talegalli, L., Cannata, A. (2017). Integrated GPR and laboratory water content measures of sandy soils: From laboratory to field scale, Constr. Build. Mater. (2017),
  48. Cannata, A., Di Grazia, G., Giuffrida, M., Gresta, S., Palano, M., Sciotto, M., Viccaro, M., Zuccarello, F. (2018). Space-time evolution of magma storage and transfer at Mt. Etna volcano (Italy): The 2015–2016 reawakening of Voragine crater. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 19,
  49. Porreca, M., Minelli, G., Ercoli, M., Brobia, A., Mirabella, F., Mancinelli, P., Cruciani, F., Giorgetti, C., Cavinato, G., Cannata, A., Pauselli, C., Carboni, F., Pucci, S., Barchi, M.R. (2018). Seismic reflection profiles and subsurface geology of the area interested by the 2016-2017 earthquake sequence (Central Italy). Tectonics,
  50. Contrafatto, D., Fasone, R., Ferro, A., Larocca, G., Laudani, G., Rapisarda, S., Scuderi, L., Zuccarello, L., Cannata A. (2018). Design of a seismo-acoustic station for Antarctica. Review of Scientific Instruments, 89, 044502, doi:10.1063/1.5023481.
  51. Spina, L., Morgavi, D., Cannata, A., Campeggi, C., Perugini, D. (2018). An experimental device for characterising degassing processes and related elastic fingerprints: analogue volcano seismo-acoustic observations. Review of Scientific Instruments, 89, 055102, doi: 10.1063/1.5020004.
  52. Moschella, S., Cannata, A., Di Grazia, G., Gresta, S. (2018), Insights into lava fountain eruptions at Mt. Etna by improved source location of the volcanic tremor. Annals of Geophysics, 61, doi:10.4401/ag-7552.
  53. De Plaen, R., Cannata, A., Cannavo', F., Caudron, C., Lecocq, T., Francis, O. (2019) Temporal changes of seismic velocity caused by volcanic activity at Mt. Etna revealed by the autocorrelation of ambient seismic noise. Front. Earth Sci. – Volcanology,
  54. Spina, L., Cannata, A., Morgavi, D., Perugini, D. (2019). Degassing behaviour at basaltic volcanoes: New insights from experimental investigations of different conduit geometry and magma viscosity. Earth Science Review,
  55. Fazio, M., Alparone, S., Benson, P.M., Cannata, A., Vinciguerra, S. Genesis and mechanisms controlling Tornillo seismo-volcanic events in volcanic areas. Scientific Reports 9, 7338,
  56. Cannata, A., Cannavò, F., Moschella, S., Gresta, S., Spina, L. (2019). Exploring the link between microseism and sea ice in Antarctica by machine learning. Scientific Reports,
  57. Cannavò, F., Sciotto, M., Cannata, A., Di Grazia, G. (2019). An integrated geophysical approach to track magma intrusion: the 2018 Christmas eve eruption at Mt. Etna. Submitted to Geophysical Research Letters, 46.
  58. Sciotto, M., Cannata, A., Prestifilippo, M., Scollo, S., Fee, D., Privitera, E. (2019). Unravelling the links between seismo-acoustic signals and eruptive parameters: Etna lava fountain case study. Scientific Reports,
  59. Cannata, A., Cannavò, F., Moschella, S., Di Grazia, G., Nardone, G., Orasi, A., Picone, M., Ferla, M., Gresta, S. (2020). Unravelling the Relationship Between Microseisms and Spatial Distribution of Sea Wave Height by Statistical and Machine Learning Approaches. Remote Sensing, 2020, 12(5), 761;
  60. Moschella, S., Cannata, A., Cannavò, F., Di Grazia, G., Nardone, G., Orasi, A., Picone, M., Ferla, M., Gresta, S. (2020). Insights into microseism sources by array and machine learning techniques: Ionian and Tyrrhenian Sea case of study. Frontiers in Earth Science, doi:10.3389/feart.2020.00114.
  61. Gambino, S., Armienti, P., Cannata, A., Del Carlo, P., Giudice, G., Giuffrida, G., Liuzzo, M., Pompilio, M. (2019). Mt. Melbourne & Mt. Rittmann. In ‘Volcanism in Antarctica: 200 million years of subduction, rifting and continental break-up’ book. Accepted in Geological Society Books.
  62. Watson, L. M., Johnson, J. B., Sciotto, M., Cannata, A. (2020). Changes in crater geometry revealed by inversion of harmonic infrasound observations: 24 December 2018 eruption of Mount Etna, Italy. Geophysical Research Letters, 47, e2020GL088077.
  63. Lecocq, T. (2020), Global quieting of high-frequency seismic noise due to COVID-19 pandemic lockdown measures, Science, doi:10.1126/science.abd2438.
  64. Viccaro, M., Cannata, A., Cannavò, F., De Rosa, R., Giuffrida, M., Nicotra, E., Petrelli, M., Sacco, G. (2021). Shallow conduit dynamics fuel the unexpected paroxysms of Stromboli volcano during the summer 2019. Scientific Reports, 11(1), 1-15.
  65. Giudicepietro, F., Esposito, A. M., Spina, L., Cannata, A., Morgavi, D., Layer, L., Macedonio, G. (2021). Clustering of experimental seismo-acoustic events using Self-Organizing Map (SOM). Frontiers in Earth Science, 8, 723.
  66. Cannata, A., Cannavò, F., Di Grazia, G., Aliotta, M., Cassisi, C., De Plaen, R. S., Gresta, S., Lecocq, T., Montalto, P., Sciotto, M. (2021). Seismic evidence of the COVID-19 lockdown measures: a case study from eastern Sicily (Italy). Solid Earth Discussions, 1-22,
  67. Gambino, S., Armienti, P., Cannata, A., Del Carlo, P., Giudice, G., Giuffrida, G., Liuzzo, M., Pompilio, M. (2021). Mount Melbourne and Mount Rittmann. Geological Society, London, Memoirs, 55(1), 741-758.
  68. Cannavò, F., Cannata, A., Donner, R. V., Kanevski, M. (2021). Advanced Time Series Analysis in Geosciences. Frontiers in Earth Science, 9, 148.
  69. Cannata, A., Iozzia, A., Alparone, S., Bonforte, A., Cannavò, F., Cesca, S., Gresta, S., Rivalta, E., Ursino, A. (2021). Repeating earthquakes and ground deformation reveal the structure and triggering mechanisms of the Pernicana fault, Mt. Etna. Communications Earth & Environment, 2(1), 1-11.
  70. Andronico, D., Cannata, A., Di Grazia, G., Ferrari, F. (2021). The 1986–2021 paroxysmal episodes at the summit craters of Mt. Etna: Insights into volcano dynamics and hazard. Earth-Science Reviews, 103686.
  71. Giuffrida, M., Scandura, M., Costa, G., Zuccarello, F., Sciotto, M., Cannata, A., Viccaro, M. (2021). Tracking the summit activity of Mt. Etna volcano between July 2019 and January 2020 by integrating petrological and geophysical data. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 418, 107350.
  72. Castro Melgar, I., Prudencio, J., Cannata, A., Del Pezzo, E., Ibáñez Godoy, J. M. (2021). Small-scale volcanic structures of the Aeolian volcanic arc revealed by seismic attenuation. Front. Earth Sci.,
  73. Rossi, G. B., Cannata, A., Iengo, A., Migliaccio, M., Nardone, G., Piscopo, V., Zambianchi, E. (2022). Measurement of Sea Waves. Sensors, 22(1), 78.
  74. Del Carlo, P., Di Roberto, A., Di Vincenzo, G., Re, G., Albert, P. G., Nazzari, M., Smith, V.C., Cannata, A. (2021). Tephrostratigraphy of proximal pyroclastic sequences at Mount Melbourne (northern Victoria Land, Antarctica): Insights into the volcanic activity since the last glacial period. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 107457.
  75. Spina, L., Cannata, A., Morgavi, D., Privitera, E., Perugini, D. (2022). Seismo-acoustic gliding: An experimental study. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 579, 117344.
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Research activities of Andrea Cannata have mainly regarded the investigation of the different kinds of seismic and infrasonic signals recorded in volcanic areas, for both research and surveillance purposes. He has also dealt with integration and interpretation of multi-parametric data (seismic, geodetic, geochemical, volcanological) recorded in volcanic areas, with the interaction between seismicity and volcano activity, coda seismic interferometry, seismic noise interferometry, repeating earthquakes, time series analysis, signal processing techniques, machine learning, glacial seismicity and microseism.