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Alluvial Fans at Cala Gonone (Sardinia), a Fast Deveoping Touristic Village: Origins, Hazards and Potential Risks
The study area of Cala Gonone in NE Sardinia (Italy) consists of a wide terraced re-entrance/valley crowned inland by carbonate hills and, near the coast bounded laterally and partly floored by thin basaltic lava lying over carbonate bedrock. In this re-entrance, several inland alluvial fans have developed, and a local ~ 30 m high, about 10 m wide (thick), 400 m long scarp body-remnant of semi-consolidated alluvial fan deposits is exposed along the coast. The touristic village of Cala Gononedoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-1547830/v1 fatcat:fkrat4w2wjgudkrpvclc4m32vy