Curriculum Vitae
This virtual fieldtrip takes place on south Corinth Gulf. The Gulf of Corinth is a major tectonic and geomorphological feature in central Greece, separating the Peloponnese in the south from the mainland in the north. The study area has a rich geoarchaeological history, with uplifted and submerged antiquities such as ancient harbors, tidal notches, beachrocks, coastal terraces, testifying to a complex sea level history affected by local tectonics.
This fieldtrip focuses on geoarchaeological sea level indicators, addressing topics such as Holocene relative sea level changes, palaeogeographic evolution, morphotectonics and palaeo-earthquakes.
 
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This virtual fieldtrip focuses on the coastal evolution, relative sea level changes, tectonic history and palaeoseismicity of Rhodes Isl., allowing students to better understand the complex interactions of sea level, tectonics, and coastal processes. 
Numerous features attest to the complex Quaternary evolution of the island, such as marine terraces, uplifted tidal notches, submerged quarries, which reveal that Rhodes is composed of small crustal blocks with each block being affected by a particular tectonic history.
 
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This virtual fieldtrip takes place on Naxos Island. Aegean is a unique environment concerning the active geodynamics, ongoing geological processes and dynamically changing landscapes due to the convergence between the Eurasian and African continental plates. The Cyclades, in the center of the Aegean Sea, are considered to be a relatively calm seismic area, while the surrounding areas are characterized by highly active seismicity. Naxos Island is located in the central Aegean Sea, belonging to the south Cyclades complex. Administratively, Naxos belongs to the South Aegean Region, Prefecture of Cyclades and is the largest island of the Cyclades (428 km2). The study area is characterized by a plethora of geomorphological features, such as tidal notches, beachrocks, coastal dunes.
This virtual fieldtrip focuses on geomorphological sea level indicators, addressing topics, such as Quaternary relative sea level changes, palaeogeographic evolution, morphotectonics and palaeo-tsunami.
 
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The story map "Palaeo-tsunami events of Cyprus" deals with the presence of various geomorphological elements that show the occurrence of tsunami waves in various areas of Cyprus (e.g. Kormakitis peninsula, Υialousa coast, Cape Greco, Ayia Napa, Paphos International Airport, Hersonas, Lara and Akama). The traveller will become familiar, through impressive photographic material, with the most interesting indicators of tsunami, which are referred to as boulders and are located mainly on the west and southeast coasts of Cyprus.

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The story map “30/10/2020 earthquake, Samos Island, East Aegean” refers to the Mw=7.0 earthquake that shook eastern Aegean Sea on 30/10/2020 and the following tsunami. The epicenter was located close to the northern coasts of Samos island. The earthquake caused an uplift of the whole island as well as several infrastructure damages and the loss of two teenagers while returning from school to their home.

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