Isotrivial fibred surfaces
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- Serrano, F. Annali di Matematica pura ed applicata (1996) 171: 63. doi:10.1007/BF01759382
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An isotrivial surface is a smooth projective surface endowed with a morphism onto a curve such that all smooth fibres are isomorphic to each other. Such a surface is birationally isomorphic to a quotient of a product of curves by the action of a finite group. Starting with this birational description, several biregular features are analysed. In particular, the canonical bundle of a particular model is explicitely computed.