175 datasets found

Tags: EU geomorphology

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  • Geological map, 1:25,000 - Description of the subsoil via isolines - 50k

    Georeferenced vector database, containing the description of the subsoil through isolines in linear form, detected as part of the national geological mapping project (CARG) at...
  • Anthropic modified area

    Asphalt area (area greater than 10,000 m2), Anthropic terraced area, Port area (surface greater than 10,000 m2), Artificially leveled area (area greater than 10,000 m2, degraded...
  • Guardian pier

    Masonry coastal defense work, transversal to the coast line and placed at the mouth of the port area.
  • Slope protection work

    Work or set of works for defense or protection on slopes.
  • Absolute depression

    Absolute depression referred to mean sea level.
  • Sea profile

    Seismic and/or bathymetric profile at sea.
  • River bank

    Levee break, e.g. at a white road.
  • Isolated relief in the plain

    Relief in bedrock in the plain.
  • High morphological

    Relief area whose genesis is not clearly definable, used especially in lowland areas.
  • Coastal defense work

    Class A, class B, class C, class K lagoon and sea boundary embankment, wall delimiting the beach and transversal sea defense works.
  • Valley < 100 m

    Sinkhole with a diameter of less than 100 meters.
  • Guardian pier

    Masonry coastal defense work, transversal to the coast line and placed at the mouth of the port area.
  • Morphological lines

    The dataset contains the following elements: paleolandslide niches, landslide niches, resurgence line, moraine cordons and alluvial fans.
  • Sedimentation/erosion

    Accumulation phenomena: areas of rapid and conspicuous sedimentation along a water course, in lagoon channels and/or in the coastal area. Erosion phenomena: areas of rapid and...
  • Valley < 100 m

    Sinkhole with a diameter of less than 100 meters.
  • Morphological or cliff step

    It is used to mark edges of karst escarpments, karst-fluvial incisions and edges of cliffs greater or less than 2 m.
  • Relative depression

    Relatively depressed area, i.e. located at a lower altitude than the surrounding altitudes, excluding sinkholes.
  • Relative depression

    Relatively depressed area, i.e. located at a lower altitude than the surrounding altitudes, excluding sinkholes.
  • Speleothem

    Indicates the presence of chemically precipitated deposits in the cave environment but which are found on the surface (embedded fractures, stalactites and stalagmites)
  • Groundwater debris

    Groundwater debris, slope deposits, accumulations of large blocks.
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