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  • Reconstructing and modeling of paleotsunami events. Multi-proxy approaches, geophysical studies, numerical simulations
  • coastal areas, sedimentary sequences provide evidence for past high-energy sedimentary events, which are interpreted as tsunamites. Earthquakes at the western end and along the northern strand of the North Anatolian Fault Zone (NAFZ) in the North Aegean
  • Basin cause regular tsunamis. Several Holocene high-energy event layers have been found intercalated in clayey terrestrial, lagoonal, and sandy beach deposits. Through radiocarbon dating, geochemical, micropaleontological and sedimentological
  • investigations, at least 2 possible events can be defined. However, the event layers cannot be assigned to any individual historic seismic or landslide event. The AA. also introduce organic geochemical proxies as a tool for distinguishing tsunamigenic layers from
  • Evidence of isochronic transgressive surfaces within the Jade Bay tidal flat area, southern German North Sea coast ? Holocene event horizons of regional interest
  • Reconstructing and modeling of paleotsunami events. Multi-proxy approaches, geophysical studies, numerical simulations
  • Reconstructing and modeling of paleotsunami events. Multi-proxy approaches, geophysical studies, numerical simulations
  • and coastal plains. Changes of coastline elevation, morphodynamic activity and/or coastal environments, as well as the formation of a liquefaction layer took place during the last c. 400 years. Moreover, major flooding events related to strong El Niño
  • Reconstructing and modeling of paleotsunami events. Multi-proxy approaches, geophysical studies, numerical simulations
  • that tsunami impact has been of major significance for the overall Holocene coastal evolution of the Livadi coastal area. The local event-geochronostratigraphy found for the inner Gulf of Argostoli is in good agreement with results from studies in nearby
  • Reconstructing and modeling of paleotsunami events. Multi-proxy approaches, geophysical studies, numerical simulations
  • marine sediments intersecting silt-dominated quiescent harbour deposits, geo-archaeological destruction layers as well as extensive units of beachrock-type calcarenitic tsunamites. A local event-geochronostratigraphy was established by radiocarbon dating
  • Reconstructing and modeling of paleotsunami events. Multi-proxy approaches, geophysical studies, numerical simulations
  • . High-energy dislocated boulders showed no movement during the monitoring period. Thus, it is assumed that they were been transported inland by extreme events, which were stronger than the average coastal dynamics between 2009 and 2011. Both
  • Reconstructing and modeling of paleotsunami events. Multi-proxy approaches, geophysical studies, numerical simulations
  • Reconstructing and modeling of paleotsunami events. Multi-proxy approaches, geophysical studies, numerical simulations
  • Reconstructing and modeling of paleotsunami events. Multi-proxy approaches, geophysical studies, numerical simulations
  • Reconstructing and modeling of paleotsunami events. Multi-proxy approaches, geophysical studies, numerical simulations