Oceanographic surveys are an important tool in the investigation of quaternary deposits and morphologies located on sea floors. Their importance and potentialities in geomorphologic applications are here discussed in details, taking as example the SomRISA09 survey (North Adriatic Sea, 28/04/2009 – 07/05/2009). During this survey, University of Padua and CNR-ISMAR worked together to realize the DEM of the north-Adriatic sea and to connect it to DTM of the Venetian plain, created by the Department of Geography (University of Padua). Thanks to this DEM it was possible to appreciate the good preservations status of the LGM deposits. Together with this project, the CNR-ISMAR runned some other analyses; the involved instrumentation is here described, pointing out their potentialities and limits.

Geomorfologia dell'Alto Adriatico: il contributo della missione oceanografica SomRISA09.

ROSSATO, SANDRO
2010

Abstract

Oceanographic surveys are an important tool in the investigation of quaternary deposits and morphologies located on sea floors. Their importance and potentialities in geomorphologic applications are here discussed in details, taking as example the SomRISA09 survey (North Adriatic Sea, 28/04/2009 – 07/05/2009). During this survey, University of Padua and CNR-ISMAR worked together to realize the DEM of the north-Adriatic sea and to connect it to DTM of the Venetian plain, created by the Department of Geography (University of Padua). Thanks to this DEM it was possible to appreciate the good preservations status of the LGM deposits. Together with this project, the CNR-ISMAR runned some other analyses; the involved instrumentation is here described, pointing out their potentialities and limits.
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