Scientists participating to MEDFLOOD
MEDFLOOD was originally designed with the participation of 15 international scientists, experts in different regions of the Mediterranean, or in different fields of study concerned with RSL, including GIA modelling, archaeology, geology or geomorphology, sedimentology and GIS mapping. Four principal investigators, who will follow the advancement of the project through its duration, lead this group.
MEDFLOOD is, rather than a closed group of scientists, an open group. We therefore welcome new contributors to our database. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to be inserted in our team. Early career scientists and scientists from low GDP countries are especially encouraged to contact us, as we can supply limited funding for travel expenses to our meetings.
|Alessio Rovere||Stefano Furlani||Jonathan Benjamin||Alessandro Fontana|
|Columbia University, NY||University of Trieste, IT||University of Edinburgh and Wessex Archaeology, UK.||University of Padova, IT|
• Marco Anzidei, INGV, Rome.
• Stephen Kershaw, Brunel University, London.
• Kurt Lambeck, ANU, Canberra.
• Ehud Galili Israel, Israel Antiquities Authority, and The Zinman Institute of Archaeology, University of Haifa.
• Smiljan Gluscevic Zadar Arch Museum, Croatia.
• Fabrizio Antonioli, ENEA, Rome.
• Mohammed Soussi Geology Dept, Université de Sfax, Tunisia
• Magdy M. Torab Egypt Department of Geography, Alexandria University.
• Lluís Gómez-Pujol Balearic Islands Coastal Observing and Forecasting System Marine Terrestrial Beach Monitoring Facility Palma.
• Kosmas Pavlopulos Greece Harokopion University Athens.
• Athanassios Ganas Greece, National Observatory Athens.