The paper presents a 3-D variable density model of an area about 400m by 500 m including the beach, dunes and part of the Pine forest north east of the tourist town Marina Romea along the Adriatic Coast, Northern Italy. The 3D topography, derived from LIDAR data of the area is imported into this model, to test the hypothesis that the interruption of the dune belt for the construction of bathing establishments on the beach has enhanced saltwater intrusion into the unconfined aquifer underneath the Pine forest

The Influence of Three-dimensional Dune Topography on Salt Water Intrusion in Marina Romea, Italy: A Numerical Modeling Study Using LIDAR Data.

ANTONELLINI, MARCO;MINCHIO, ANDREA;GABBIANELLI, GIOVANNI
2008

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The paper presents a 3-D variable density model of an area about 400m by 500 m including the beach, dunes and part of the Pine forest north east of the tourist town Marina Romea along the Adriatic Coast, Northern Italy. The 3D topography, derived from LIDAR data of the area is imported into this model, to test the hypothesis that the interruption of the dune belt for the construction of bathing establishments on the beach has enhanced saltwater intrusion into the unconfined aquifer underneath the Pine forest
PROCEEDINGS BOOKS 20TH SALTWATER INTRUSION MEETING (SWIM)
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Mollema P.; Antonellini M.; Minchio A.; Gabbianelli G.
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