Journal of Maps, 2010. Paper abstract bibtex
Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) are considered one of the main tools for conservation, valorisation and management of coastal marine environments, and are defined by Italian Law (derived from European directives) as territories with "physical, geological, geomorphological and biological features having relevant naturalistic and environmental value". While the bionomic mapping of MPAs has received large attention by researchers, MPA geological or geomorphological cartographies have been seldom realized. In this study we present a geomorphological cartography, comprising also environmental themes having a geomorphological significance, realized in the MPA "Isola di Bergeggi".