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Abstract. The continuous sea level rising affects all those built heritage elements located near the seacoasts and oceans all over the world. Some of the most affected sites are the found Roman coastal fish tanks which were scattered along the coast of the Mediterranean Sea and had the purpose of breeding and keeping the fish in captivity. This study will analyze the current consequences of this phenomenon in these sites, mainly on those located in Spain. It will also analyze the effects indoi:10.5194/isprs-archives-xliv-m-1-2020-659-2020 fatcat:zflyc3w6ofb6di5bqpm4ht7tgm