Influence of Maritime Construction within Protected Archaeological Sites along Coastal Areas: Los Baños De La Reina (Alicante), Spain

@article{Aragons2016InfluenceOM,
  title={Influence of Maritime Construction within Protected Archaeological Sites along Coastal Areas: Los Ba{\~n}os De La Reina (Alicante), Spain},
  author={Luis Aragon{\'e}s and Roberto Tom{\'a}s and Miguel Cano and Emilio Rosillo and Isabel L{\'o}pez},
  journal={Journal of Coastal Research},
  year={2016},
  volume={33},
  pages={642 - 652}
}
ABSTRACT Aragonés, L.; Tomás, R.; Cano, M.; Rosillo, E., and López, I., 2017. Influence of maritime construction within protected archaeological sites along coastal areas: Los Baños De La Reina (Alicante), Spain. A multidisciplinary study was made assessing the impact of the construction of a harbour on an existing Roman fish farm, which was excavated in the first century BC and placed in Alicante, on the SE coast of Spain. The effect of the harbour on the wave frequencies and the velocity of… 

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