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Foraminifera as ecological indicators in the Lagoon of Venice, Italy
Abstract Coastal environments, such as the Lagoon of Venice, are subject daily to a wide range of variability. In these environments benthic foraminifera, a class of marine Protista, can be used asExpand
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The environment of Venice area in the past two million years
A ca. 950 m thick succession that was continuously cored in 1971 in Venice has been revisited, in order to reconstruct the environmental history of the Venice area since about 2.15 Ma. MagneticExpand
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The benthic foraminiferal communities of the northern Adriatic continental shelf
Abstract Off the Po Delta in the northern Adriatic, three different foraminiferal associations were identified in the fraction >0.125 mm of 25 sediment samples. The first association concerns sampleExpand
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Ancient and modern salt marshes in the Lagoon of Venice
Abstract The Lagoon of Venice was formed during the Late Holocene transgression and anthropogenic remains are common within its sedimentary sequences. This study is based on the foraminiferalExpand
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Palaeoenvironmental significance of a benthic foraminiferal fauna from an archaeological excavation in the Lagoon of Venice, Italy
Abstract An archaeological excavation at S. Francesco del Deserto Island in the Lagoon of Venice has revealed a lagoon sedimentary sequence containing the remains of a settlement from the 5thExpand
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Living benthic Foraminifera in the Lagoon of Venice (Italy); population dynamics and its significance
An analysis of the distribution and dynamics of living benthic foraminifera was carried out in the central portion of the Lagoon of Venice between November 1992 and September 1994 through monthlyExpand
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The geochemical anomalies in sediments on the shelf near the lagoon of Venice, Italy
Abstract Evaluation of the geochemistry of the bottom sediments on the shelf near the Venice Lagoon has revealed localized concentrations of the elements Cd, Cu, Ni, V, S, and, to a lesser extent, P.Expand
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Remote-Sensing Observation of Glaciers Towards Their Monitoring,
Abstract : The object of this work is to show how the application of pattern description and recognition techniques to remote-sensed data may help in overcoming the difficulties related to theExpand
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