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Atmospheric agents and spatial planning. Case study of the municipality of Rosignano Marittimo in Tuscany

  • Claudio Saragosa
  • Michela Chiti

In recent years, Tuscan coastal areas have been repeatedly affected by more and more intense weather phenomena, which have caused damage to people and urban settlements. Extreme weather events such as intense downpours, floods, whirlwinds and powerful sea storms, together with critical issues due to ongoing coastal erosion, highlight a number of problems.The physical definition of the coastal system and the management definition of same are topics that sets the goal of defining a possible methodological approach through the presentation of the case study for territorial planning.

  • Keywords:
  • Climate Change,
  • Coastal settlements planning,
  • Urban metabolism,
  • Morphogenesis,
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Claudio Saragosa

University of Florence, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0001-8183-2463

Michela Chiti

University of Florence, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0002-8827-9565

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Chapter Title

Atmospheric agents and spatial planning. Case study of the municipality of Rosignano Marittimo in Tuscany

Authors

Claudio Saragosa, Michela Chiti

Language

English

DOI

10.36253/979-12-215-0030-1.28

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Publication Year

2022

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Book Title

Ninth International Symposium “Monitoring of Mediterranean Coastal Areas: Problems and Measurement Techniques”

Book Subtitle

Livorno (Italy) 14th-16th June 2022

Editors

Laura Bonora, Donatella Carboni, Matteo De Vincenzi, Giorgio Matteucci

Peer Reviewed

Publication Year

2022

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© 2022 Author(s)

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CC BY-NC-SA 4.0

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Firenze University Press

DOI

10.36253/979-12-215-0030-1

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979-12-215-0030-1

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979-12-215-0031-8

Series Title

Monitoring of Mediterranean Coastal Areas: Problems and Measurement Techniques

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2975-0423

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2975-0288

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