Special Issue "Recent Advances in Geophysical Exploration and Monitoring on Coastal Areas"
A special issue of Remote Sensing (ISSN 2072-4292).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (17 September 2021) | Viewed by 595
Interests: applied geophysicsnear surface geophysics; environmental and engineering geophysics; urban geophysics; archaeogeophysics
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The coastal areas subject to multiple interactions with the marine-land fluvial system processes. Moreover, coastal areas are among the most populated and urbanized areas. Different types of processes affect these areas: coastal erosion, seawater intrusion, transport of sediment, groundwater pollution, over-pumping, etc. Moreover, the hydrogeological aspects of the connectivity between the coastal and offshore aquifers are important. The geophysical applications can improve our understanding of these phenomena and, consequently, assess the vulnerability and the potential of the coastal zone. The development of integrated geophysical models connected into management coastal system is the key to achieving reliable prediction models.
Geophysical applications in situ and remote sensing will be considered and their integration in a wide range of multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary domains is strongly encouraged.
This Special Issue will collect the most innovative and recent research based on the use of geophysical techniques applied in coastal areas and inland links. This Special Issue will provide a platform to showcase and discuss recent advances in geophysical technologies, instrumentation, and processing schemes for in situ and remote sensing in coastal areas. We specifically invite contributions that detail the application and development of geophysical techniques in situ and remote sensing to characterize and to monitor the coastal areas for evaluating different phenomena, such as saltwater intrusion, coastal erosion, groundwater recharge, impacting upon coastal engineering infrastructures (harbors, bridges, leaves, etc.), archaeological coastal/sea sites, and the geological–structural setting of the subsurface in complex coastal environments.
Prof. Dr. Enzo Rizzo
Dr. Luigi Capozzoli
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- Applied geophysics
- Monitoring systems
- Coastal erosion
- Remote sensing
- Borehole monitoring
- Climate change
- Urban geophysics
- Engineering infrastructures
- Saltwater intrusion
- Coastal groundwater
- UAV coastal monitoring
- Offshore aquifer