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November 22, , Paris. The flood risk from rivers or streams, in urban areas. Examples from NW Greece. Modeling flood risk. Example from Paratrechos stream Naxos Island, Cyclades. Modeling direct damages. Examples from Athens, Greece. Submerged antiquities on Paros and Naxos Cyclades, Greece. Tidal notches: a sea-level indicator of uncertain archival trustworthiness.
GIA contribution to sea level rise detected with archaeological indicators along the coast of central Italy. Fuzzy Modeling of slope erosion by runoff. Case study Corinth basin, Greece. Announcement of the papers: d.
Environmental and human impacts in the aquatic system of Prespa Lakes using remote sensing techniques and GIS. Landscape archaeology.
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Egypt and the Mediterranean world, Cairo, Egypt, September Holocene Palaeogeographical reconstruction of the western part of Naxos island Greece. Reconstructing a changing environment between the ancient city of Samos and the Heraion Temple Samos island, Greece. Paleoenvironmental evolution of Vigla western Naxos Cyclades, Greece , depositional environment and sea level changes in Upper Holocene. Holocene Palaeogeographical reconstruction of the southeastern part of Samos island Greece. Sea-level change model predictions based on geomorphological data in Cyclades Greece and Tunisia.
International conference on urban flood management, November Flood modeling in Karlovassi basin area — Samos island Greece b.
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The role of climate variability and human activities in the dune fields evolution in Naxos Island, Greece. Urban flood modelling in Karlovassi area — Samos Island. Soil erosion in wider urban areas Athens — Budapest. Palaeoenvironmental records in western Naxos Greece and sea level changes in Upper Holocene.
The causes, evolution and environmental evaluation of sand dunes activity in Manisa-Akselendi plain.
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Planation surfaces and their characteristics on Tinos Island Cyclades — Greece. Study of oceanographic, sedimentological and geomorphologic characteristics of coastal zone of SE Samos Island. Geological and tectonic study of the fissured rocks of the Hellenides and their hydrogeological pattern. Does climatic change in precipitation drive erosion and desertification in Naxos Island, Greece? Application of digital terrain analysis to geoarchaeology: a case study from Thera Island Greece. Geoinformation technology used for analysis of the landscape evolution during Historical Times.
Geologic and geomorphologic factors in erosion risk index. Case study: Syros Island Cyclades-Greece. Erosion risk modeling and erosion influence to soil geochemical composition. Case study: Eastern Kopaida plain, Central Greece. Using soft computing approach to study problems in geo-archaeology: examples from the Greek Territory.
An algorithm for the description of coastal recession. Recent evolution of an eustaticaly submerged coastal zone in the island of Naxos Cyclades, Aegean Sea. Geomorphological evolution of the Kalivia coastal zone SW Attika in relation to human activities. The soil erosion in the greater urban area Athens — Budapest.
Describing the evolution of landscape in Karlovassi basin Samos, Greece. Introduction of an algorithm to analyze the temporal process. Geomorphological and faulted zones: An approach on some selected areas of Greece using GIS and expert system methodology. Preparing the soil loss prediction map of the Sarviz Valley, Hungary. Development of software to describe the temporal evolution of landforms.
Soil erosion risk and sediment transport within Paros Island, Greece. The consequences of a future eustatic sea-level rise on the delta of the River Acheloos Ionian Sea. Approaching diverse European dynamic pre-industrial landscapes in the volcanically active regions of Greece and Iceland. Two and three dimension visualization of spatial fuzzy areas: one example of erosion risk map. Study of erosional processes using archaeological data in a G.
Evaluating material loss and accumulation rates on high slope plots. Case study at Moussouron municipality Crete, South Greece. Modelling erosion risk at Mountain Penteli Athens — Greece. Recognition of erosion risk areas using neural network technology: an application to the island of Corfu. Hazards, Natural Hazards and manmade parameters affecting Milos Island landscape, Greece. Announcement of the papers a. Solution of the linear diffusion equation for modelling erosion processes with a time varying erosion coefficient. Developing a neuro-fuzzy system to classify the drainage sub-basins according to erosion processes in the island of Lefkas Greece.
Structural control of Geomorphological evolution of Meganissi Island Ionian Sea coastal zone and coastal erosion risk detection. Modelling slope erosional processes. Late Quaternary palaeogeographic evolution of the mid-western coastal zone of Naxos Island Cyclades, Greece. Procedures concluded to erosion geomorphological characteristics of Naxos, Mykonos, Tinos islands Aegean Sea.
Visualization of multivariate data with additional class information. Coastal configuration variability and retreat of the five largest Ionian islands W. The effect of rift zones in the morphological structures of lakes Iliki and Paralimni Viotia — Greece and their formation. Natural processes and dynamics of the coastal zone of Paros Island Cyclades islands of Aegean Sea , towards its sustainable development A case study of erosion data. Modelling geomorphological processes in the coastal area using soft computing approach. A case study from the island of Corfu Greece.
Geomorphological evolution of Meganisi Island Ionian Sea coastal zone. Geomorphological and Environmental evolution of Salamina coastal zone. Correlation of slope formation at the region of Iliki and Paralimni lakes Viotia with tectonics. Case study: South Peloponnesus. Establishing erosion risk index, exemplified by data from Greek islands. Symposia on Methods of Artificial Intelligence, Problems encountered when determining the erosion risk of an event in case of imprecise information.
XVth Summer School of Biometrics, Self-organizing maps as a tool for comparison of two classifications. Geomorphological and Hydrological setting of the touristic beaches of the Paros Island. Study of environmental and geomorphological consequences at Acheloos delta west Greece due to anthropogenic interferences, using GIS. Conference with subject: Social practices and spatial data: European and Greek experience in G. Erosion risk in Paros Island using fuzzy logic rules in G. Development of GIS for the survey and analysis of the disasters at the municipality of N.
Drainage features and the discontinuous structure of the island of Naxos in GIS platform. Classification of drainage basin for environmental purposes in GIS platform using soft computing approach. Self —organizing maps — a helpful tool in clustering areas with similar factors of erosion risk. Logistic discriminant analysis and probabilistic neural networks in estimating erosion risk. Land use — Land cover classification for the island of Cephalonia. Erosional processes in the north-eastern part of Attika Oropos coastal zone using web-GIS and soft computing technology.
An erosion risk map on Samos Island, based on fuzzy models, taking into consideration land use situation after the fire of July Examples of erosion risk maps using Boolean and fuzzy logical rules in GIS web platforms. Development of Database and erosion risk map for the region of Trihonida Lake, using fuzzy logic rules in G.
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Application of G. A new approach in the use of GIS on the estimation of values, using grid models to describe real nature conditions. The contribution of remote sensing in Geoarchaeology — Designing of filters for tracing boundaries. Development of an environmental database and of a respective map for Cephalonia Island using G. Development of an environmental map through digital stereoscopic observation and G.
Geoenvironmental changes in Lavrion region from prehistoric times until today. The distribution of windmills in relation to the physical geography of the Cyclades. Study of the erodibility of the relief in G. Estimation of the distribution of fire as natural disaster in the islands of North Ionian Sea, with the use of G. Spatial distribution of annual temperature range in Greece using GIS.
Digital representation of morphology of the continental and submarine continuous environment of Vassiliki valley Lefkada Island , using GIS algorithms. Land cover Thematic map production by photointerpretation and quantitative analysis of Satellite imagery. Study of the visual contact between selected regions of the Island of Ithaca, and the landfill — Analysis of the problem by using proper GIS algorithm. A morphometric analysis using GIS to deduce geomorphological process - natural hazards, at Zakynthos Island.
Orientation analysis on possible Roman cadastre lines with the use of G. Evaluating the distances between Roman sites and physical characteristics at Patra area Greece : A G. A drainage basin analysis using GIS technology to evaluate natural hazards. GIS on Drainage System quantitative analyses. An expert GIS system to evaluate natural conditions and automatically select locations that meet selection criteria.
Estimating slopes with GIS methods. International Symposium on Engineering, Geology and the Environment, In: Finkl, C. George bay, Western Naxos Greece. The effect of structure and chemical composition of sediment habitats in ecological flow of Acheloos River Thessaly, Central Greece. Did the Early Byzantine tectonic paroxysm affect also the Adriatic area? Tracking shoreline evolution in central Cyclades Greece using beachrocks. Marine Geology, C, Late Holocene tectonic implications deduced from tidal notches in Leukas and Meganisi islands Ionian Sea.
Geologica Acta, 15 1 , Multifaceted impacts of sustainable land management in drylands: a review. Sustainability, 8, , doi: Geologica Acta, 14 1 , Quaternary Science Reviews Quaternary Science Reviews, A, — Bulletin of the Geological Society of Greece, L, Spatial distribution of erosion and deposition zones as a result of surface runoff based on probability model. Paleoseismology of Rocky Coasts.
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Geografia Fisica e Dinamica Quaternaria, in press. In Evelpidou N. Runoff erosion, p. Quaternary International, , New Evidence for the mean sea level during the Late Bronze age and the Roman period. Geomorphology, , , DOI information: Global and Planetary Change, , Geoarchaeology, 27, Doi: Doi Varvarigos, G. In: Fournier, A. Lambrakis et al. Are you sure you want to continue? Upload Sign In Join. Home Books Science. Save For Later. Create a List. Quantrille and Y. Summary Artificial intelligence AI is the part of computer science concerned with designing intelligent computer systems systems that exhibit characteristics we associate with intelligence in human behavior.
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