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dc.identifier.citationSaid, G. (2005) Why is the Maltese Archipelago so small in its physical size?. The Gozo Observer,13, 3-7en_GB
dc.description.abstractThe Maltese Islands have undergone various physical processes over millions of years which have changed the size and the character of the islands. The most recorded factors are presented in various physical features on land and in forms of sub aerial and marine erosional structures. These features are present in numerous forms along the Mediterranean coastline and their presence help to explain the eustatic and climatic effects on the region. The Maltese archipelago is no exception to and various records are imprinted on our limestone coast which indicate the climatic variations which have acted in the past.en_GB
dc.publisherUniversity of Malta. Gozo Centreen_GB
dc.subjectCoast changes -- Maltaen_GB
dc.subjectBeach erosion -- Maltaen_GB
dc.subjectGeomorphology -- Malta -- Gozoen_GB
dc.titleWhy is the Maltese Archipelago so small in its physical size?en_GB
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dc.contributor.creatorSaid, George-
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The Gozo Observer - Issue 13, December 2005

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