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Layered Nature. Assessing and Monitoring the Environment for the Development of an Archaeological Park

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The case study of Tilmen Höyük is presented here to describe a combination of different integrated approaches. The site has been assessed from a climatic, topographical, pedological, hydrological, vegetational and vegetation management standpoint. This study provided a wealth of information that was used for acquiring a deeper understanding of the present environment, in view also of designing and planning the archaeological park. At the same time, remote monitoring was experimented in view of future applications and management protocols.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Agricultural and Food SciencesAlma Mater Studiorum - University of BolognaBolognaItaly
  2. 2.Ecosearch Ltd.MontoneItaly

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