Coastal Hazards

 

Coastal Hazards are the combination of risk, vulnerability and exposure of coatal areas. Hazard in coastal zone is commonly investigtated relative to storms, sea level rise, tsunamies, erosion and flooding. Due to the increasing urbanization along the coastlines, planning and management are crucial to protecting the ecosystems and environment from depleting.

 

 

 

Papers dealing with Coastal Hazards:

 

L. Perini, L. Calabrese, G. Salerno, P. Ciavola, C. Armaroli (2015) - Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences


C. Armaroli, E. Grottoli, P. Ciavola, M. Harley (2013) - Geomorphology

 

C. Armaroli, P. Ciavola, L. Perini, L. Calabrese, S. Lorito, A. Valentini (2012) - Geomorphology

 

P. Ciavola, O. Ferreira, P. Haerens, M. Van Koningsveld, C. Armaroli, Q. Lequeux (2011) - Environmental Science and Policy

 

P. Ciavola, O. Ferreira, P. Haerens, M. Van Koningsveld, C. Armaroli (2011) - Environmental Science and Policy