Claudia Caporizzo

Claudia Caporizzo
Parthenope University of Naples | Università Parthenope · Department of Science and Technology

PhD

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Publications (17)
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Contributo dei Gruppi di Lavoro AiGeo di Morfodinamica Costiera e di Geoarcheologia
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Campi Flegrei, located within the Gulf of Pozzuoli (SW Italy), is one of the most active volcanic districts of the Mediterranean basin and is characterized by sudden vertical ground movements that have locally exacerbated the glacial-hydro-isostatic sea-level rise since the late Pleistocene. In this research, a geoarchaeological study of the coasta...
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The island of Procida (Gulf of Naples, Italy) is a site of considerable importance from a historical, cultural, and landscape point of view. The island is located along a volcanic active area in the mid-Tyrrhenian and owes its formation to several explosive eruptions started more than 70 ka BP. Presently, the entire perimeter of the island is borde...
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The Bay of Cádiz (SW Spain) is an example of long historical human occupation of a typical estuarine saltmarsh environment affected by notable historical changes that have conditioned the sedimentary evolution of emerged and submerged zones. This study aims to present new data regarding the RSL position during the late Holocene within the Northern...
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This study aims to reconstruct the coastal response of Procida Island to relative sea-level rise since the mid-Holocene, by analysing the submerged features of the coast. Procida Island belongs to the insular part of the Campi Flegrei (CF) volcanic area and owes its formation to several explosive eruptions related to the CF volcanic activity starte...
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The mid-Tyrrhenian coast is the most complex volcano-tectonic sector in the Mediterranean basin. Here the vertical ground movements (VGMs) due to the interaction between extensive tectonic processes and volcano-tectonic activities have a significant impact on both past and future sea-level evolution. This area represents the youngest basin of the w...
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This research aims to reconstruct the submerged morphologies of the high-coast sectors of Naples discriminating between landforms and anthropogenic structures, by analysing the high-resolution data of a multibeam survey in a GIS environment. In the case of natural landforms, a signal analysis was performed to characterize the seabed and discern bet...
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This study aims to present new additional data regarding the relative sea-level (RSL) changes and the vertical ground movements (VGM) occurred in Campi Flegrei caldera since the Early Roman period (3rd century BC), commenting also on the accompanying changes of the coastal landscape and its implications in terms of human adaptation. The study area...
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The present paper deals with the historical evolution of the northern Bay of Cádiz (SW Spain) between the last eustatic maximum (6.5 ka BP) and the present day, by means of a series of independent proxies. The zone is constituted by the tidal estuary of the Guadalete River, filled with saltmarsh sediments during the late Holocene, due to the shelte...
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This paper is aimed at presenting an innovation-technology based approach for reconstructing underwater paleo-landscapes and related paleo-sea levels in coastal archaeological sites of great cultural value. Due to the low operational depth of the investigated area (between −0.5 and −5 m) an Unmanned Vessel Surface was used. It is equipped with inst...
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This research aims to present new data regarding the relative sea-level variations and related morpho-evolutive trends of Naples coast since the mid-Holocene, by interpreting several geomorphological and historical elements. The geomorphological analysis, which was applied to the emerged and submerged sector between Chiaia plain and Pizzofalcone pr...
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This research aims at the 3D reconstruction of a Roman fish tank (piscina) located inside the archaeological area of Portus Julius (Gulf of Pozzuoli, Naples) and it is part of a wider research finalized to reconstruct the amount of the vertical ground movements (VGM) occurred during historical times in the Gulf of Pozzuoli. The ancient piscina is r...
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This research aims to evaluate the amount of vertical ground movements during Roman times inside the archaeological area of Portus Julius (Gulf of Pozzuoli) using high-precision surveys on the most reliable archaeological sea-level markers. Measuring the submersion of ancient floors, structural elements belonging to a former fish tank, and several...
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The study area is located along the western border of the Campi Flegrei (CF) caldera, occupied since the first Greek colonization of southern Italy (800 BC), and that still preserves archaeological traces of past coastal conformations. The study aims to present new additional data regarding the RSL position during the 1st century BC, considering al...

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INQUA projects SPLOSH (https://www.researchgate.net/project/SPLOSH-Submerged-Palaeolandscapes-of-the-Southern-Hemisphere) and Neptune (https://www.researchgate.net/project/NEPTUNE-NEw-Procedures-and-Technologies-for-UNderwater-paleo-landscapE-reconstruction) have come together to host an online workshop, SHINE, on 14 and 15 June 2021. The meeting aims to create a discussion opportunity for researchers dealing with past and recent evolution of coastal and submerged landscapes and provide a non-traditional workshop where participants are invited to present their field activities and study sites as a virtual scientific tour. Presentations can introduce methodologies (or technologies) used during a survey or an ongoing study and we provide an opportunity to showcase research and/or site surveying in its early phases. This meeting format favours ECRs in the early stages of their research projects. We pay particular attention to studies of less known sites, studies conducted with limited funds, demonstrations of innovative technology and/or methodology, and state-of-the-art workflow. The thematic sessions are based on different typologies of coastal landscapes, from past reconstructions to future predictions: •Ancient rocky coasts and their traces along the modern landscape; •Ancient coastal lagoons; •Volcanic coasts and their submerged morphologies; •Urban palaeo-landscapes and anthropogenic traces; •Ancient sandy coasts and their submerged and/or buried morphologies; •Glacial landscapes and their origins; •Wave- or tide-dominated coasts; •Cyclone or tectonically-affected regions. The SHINE motto is “A picture tells a 1000 words”. The deadline for presenting a 300-word abstract, with 1 or 2 photos or figures representing the studied area (template guidelines: https://drive.google.com/file/d/18kTvtdhokcgi4Br6K79_V4tEYoXG3qK8/view), is April 30, 2021. Please send your contribution to shine.inqua@gmail.com
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NEPTUNE INQUA project aims to develop innovative techniques and procedures to analyse the past landscape evolution at a wider scale from near-shore locations to the continental shelf. This project fuels the discussion on this topic by creating a wide community of scientists dealing with all aspects of coastal landscape evolution, such as, for instance, geomorphological, climatic, structural and anthropogenic forcing. Our goal is to create a new scientific network that will discuss the most promising innovative techniques and procedures for submerged landscape reconstructions during workshops and common field activities. Neptune project started its activities online by organizing this first meeting but also by creating our online channels periodically updated with the Neptune news. Website http://dist.altervista.org/neptune Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/NEPTUNEinqua