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Ninfo, Andrea (2009) DEM e telerilevamento per lo studio geomorfologico delle pianure alluvionali. [Tesi di dottorato]

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Abstract (inglese)

Alluvial plains are characterized by a very low gradient relief and is difficult to detect their
morphologies from the terrain. Two methodologies are applied to study the geomorphology of the
venetian-friulian plane and the Murghab,s terminal fan (Turkmenistam): analysis of DEMs and
remote sensing images, acquired from satellite and aerial platform.. DEMs are the fundamental
input of the terrain modeling, but their theory references are relatively poor defined, especially in
low gradient area. The use of a methodology (DEM) where the uncertainty always exists, need a
synthesis of the conceptual model adopted in this research. The application of a methodology where
uncertain is always around the corner is needed to give a synthesis of the conceptual model adopted
in this research. The morphometric analyses on an apposite constructed DEM of the Venetian plain,
permit the automatic classification of the landforms, with a good level of coherence and detail.
Statistical analyses of the curvatures show their strong geomorphic meaning and can help to
distinguish the processes that, over time, have generate this complex system. The acquisition and
the processing of oblique aerial photographs in the part of friulian-venetian plain, crossed by the
roman road via Annia, give new results to investigate the paleohydrology and geoarcheology of this
area. Cropmark reveals, with extraordinary clearness, parts of the millenary interaction between
natural and human dynamics. Both methods are effective in the study of the geomorphological
evolution of the Murghab’s terminal fan. The morphological monotony of the distal part of the fan,
clashes with the complexity of the interactions between the processes that regulate their evolution.
The appropriate use of both the methodologies, followed by the validate on terrain, can give a
substancial contribute to the geomorphological study of alluvial plains.

Abstract (italiano)

Le pianure alluvionali si caratterizzano per la debole inclinazione e le morfologie fluviali che le
costituiscono risultano difficilmente percepibili sul terreno. In questa ricerca, due metodologie sono
applicate allo studio gemorfologico della pianura veneto-friulana e di quella del Murghab
(Tukmenistan): l’analisi di DEM e di immagini telerilevate, da piattaforma satellitare e aerea. I
DEM costituiscono l’input fondamentale del terrain modeling ma il loro quadro di riferimento
teorico è relativamente poco definito. Nell’applicazione di un metodo (DEM) dove l’incertezza è
sempre latente, si sente il bisogno di fornire una sintesi dei modelli concettuali adottati in questa
ricerca. L’analisi morfometrica condotta sul DEM della pianura veneta, adeguatamente preparato,
consente la classificazione automatica delle morfologie con un buon grado di coerenza. L’analisi
statistica delle curvature dimostra il loro forte significato geomorfologico e si rivela d’ausilio per
caratterizzare i processi che nel tempo hanno generato le diverse superfici che costituiscono la
pianura. L’acquisizione e l’elaborazione di dati telerilevati di dettaglio nella bassa pianura venetofriulana
attraversata dalla via Annia (di epoca romana), che congiungeva le principali città dell’Alto
Adriatico, ha portato buoni risultati. I cropmark rivelano con straordinaria chiarezza “frammenti”
della millenaria interazione tra dinamiche naturali e antropiche in questa porzione di territorio.
Entrambi i metodi si sono rivelati efficaci nello studio dell’evoluzione geomorfologica del terminal
fan del Murghab. La monotonia morfologica che caratterizza le pianure contrasta con la complessità
delle interazioni tra i processi che ne controllano l’evoluzione. Un adeguato utilizzo incrociato di
entrambe le metodologie, seguito dalla validazione sul terreno, può fornire un sostanziale contributo
allo studio geomorfologico delle pianure alluvionali.

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Tipo di EPrint:Tesi di dottorato
Relatore:Mozzi, Paolo
Dottorato (corsi e scuole):Ciclo 20 > Scuole per il 20simo ciclo > TERRITORIO, AMBIENTE, RISORSE E SALUTE > UOMO E AMBIENTE
Data di deposito della tesi:02 Febbraio 2009
Anno di Pubblicazione:31 Gennaio 2009
Parole chiave (italiano / inglese):Alluvial plain geomorphology, Geomorphometry, Oblique aerial photography, Geoarchaeology
Settori scientifico-disciplinari MIUR:Area 04 - Scienze della terra > GEO/04 Geografia fisica e geomorfologia
Struttura di riferimento:Dipartimenti > pre 2012 - Dipartimento di Geografia "G. Morandini"
Codice ID:1932
Depositato il:02 Feb 2009
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