Preventive conservation of coastal archaeological sites and cultural landscapes in the Mediterranean Basin
The School will combine understanding of the impact of pollution and extreme events linked to climate change on coastal and underwater archaeological remains, monumental complexes and cultural landscapes, with main focus on measures of protection to natural and anthropogenic risks (floods, sea level rise, fires, volcanic activity and air pollution) and strategies of preparedness in response to emergency and recovery.
- 6th to 9th July 2022
- No course fee
- In English language
The school will be designed to provide an informal and interactive environment between students and lecturers and will also include a boat trip to explore the terraced landscape of the Aeolian Islands. In addition, demonstrative activity in the field for the construction of dry stone wall has been planned.
The school is organized by CNR-ISAC, Università della Calabria and UWK, in collaboration with H2020 Projects SCORE, TECTONIC and STRENCH
ENVIMAT 2022 functions as Multiplier Event of the ERASMUS+ Project CHePiCC online “Cultural Heritage Protection in Climate Change online”.
Information: a.sardella [at] isac.cnr.it