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Kovacevic, V., Gacic, M., Mancero Mosquera, I., Mazzoldi, A., & Marinetti, S. (2002). Current structure in front of the lagoon of venice as derived from the coastal HF radar data. Scientific Research and Safeguarding of Venice, Corila Research Program 2001 Results, I, 477–487. 
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Categorie: General
Keywords: extend abstract corila, idrodinamica, processi ambientali - Environmental Processes, scambi laguna mare
Creatori: Gacic, Kovacevic, Mancero Mosquera, Marinetti, Mazzoldi
Collezione: Scientific Research and Safeguarding of Venice, Corila Research Program 2001 Results
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Abstract     
The dynamics of the Venetian Lagoon system is characterized by locally determined factors, such as a geometry and a topography, which to a certain extent interact with the principal forcing mechanisms (tides, fresh water runoff, and those meteorologically driven).

The Lagoon communicates with the open sea through three relatively narrow inlets, in which the currents are almost totally driven by the tides. The possible interaction with the adjacent open sea area, relatively deep (20 m) with respect to the lagoon itself, is one of the aims imposed by a complex multidisciplinary research project conducted by CORILA. Thus it has become one of the research topics within the framework of the sub-task 3.5 “Quantity and Quality of the exchange between the Lagoon and the open-sea”. Its realization is provided by installing a high-frequency (HF) Coastal Radar in conjunction with the current measurements within the inlets (Fig. 1).


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