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Authors: Anzidei, M.*
Lambeck, K.
Antonioli, F.
Pondrelli, S.*
Serpelloni, E.*
Baldi, P.
Stocchi, P.
Spada, G.
Gasperini, P.
Sivan, D.
Soussi, M.
Title: Sea level changes in the Mediterranean: tectonic implications
Issue Date: 7-Sep-2008
Keywords: Sea level, geophysics, modelling
Abstract: The interpretation of sea level variations along the coasts of the Mediterranean region must be accompanied by the evaluation of vertical land movements associated with seismic and volcanic sources. This can be tentatively carried out through seismic strain analysis based on data pertaining the last 2 millennia as well as from the study of maritime archaeological structures.
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04.07.02. Geodynamics

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