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Biodiversity smart monitoring guided by historical analysis of coastal evolution

  • Daniela Malcangio
  • Daniele Celli
  • Umberto Fratino
  • Maria Francesca Bruno
  • Matteo Gianluca Molfetta
  • Luigi Pratola
  • Stefania Geronimo
  • Adriana Maria Lotito
  • Paolo Francesco Garofoli
  • Marcello Di Risio

The present work focuses on the preparatory phase of the design of the biodiversity monitoring network. The preliminary results of this first phase are then presented, starting from the formation of a cognitive framework based on previous knowledge of environmental parameters, the definition of sampling stations, areas, and detection points. At the same time, the results of the analysis of the evolutionary dynamics of the coasts are shown in the light of the new analyses and new measures, which, together with existing data, aim to inform the monitoring strategy.

  • Keywords:
  • Biodiversity,
  • Smart Monitoring system,
  • Littoral dynamic evolution,
  • Big data,
  • Remote sensing,
  • Low-cost sensors,
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Daniela Malcangio

Politecnico di Bari, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0003-4489-925X

Daniele Celli

University of L’Aquila, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0003-2656-6531

Umberto Fratino

Politecnico di Bari, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0001-8251-5478

Maria Francesca Bruno

Politecnico di Bari, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0001-6210-6810

Matteo Gianluca Molfetta

Politecnico di Bari, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0002-7281-4826

Luigi Pratola

Politecnico di Bari, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0003-4187-4575

Stefania Geronimo

Regione Puglia, Italy

Adriana Maria Lotito

Regione Puglia, Italy

Paolo Francesco Garofoli

Regione Puglia, Italy

Marcello Di Risio

University of L’Aquila, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0002-0382-7615

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Chapter Title

Biodiversity smart monitoring guided by historical analysis of coastal evolution

Authors

Daniela Malcangio, Daniele Celli, Umberto Fratino, Maria Francesca Bruno, Matteo Gianluca Molfetta, Luigi Pratola, Stefania Geronimo, Adriana Maria Lotito, Paolo Francesco Garofoli, Marcello Di Risio

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English

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10.36253/979-12-215-0030-1.46

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2022

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

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Livorno (Italy) 14th-16th June 2022

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

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2022

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Firenze University Press

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10.36253/979-12-215-0030-1

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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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