Recent geo-archaeological researches are improving the just published data on the Late Holocene sea level rise along the Campanian coasts, allowing us to distinguish the tectonically stable sectors from those affected by relevant vertical ground movements. Each of these sectors were affected by different Late Holocene morpho-dynamic of the coastal environments and of the shorelines, resulting by the combination of several factors, such as climatic and land-use changes, volcanism, volcano-tectonic movements and anthropization. Therefore the models of the ongoing and future sea level rise and the relative effects on each of the Campanian coast sectors must necessarily use the measurements carried out in the coastal archaeological sites. They are a fundamental key to understanding the past morpho-evolutive events and, thus, support the studies on future scenarios of the coastal evolution.
|Titolo:||A geo-archaeological approach for evaluating the effects of future sea level rise along the Campanian coast (southern Italy)|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2015|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|