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Special attention should be paid to the phenomena of different types of hazards caused by climate change, which is already happening, and their acceleration on Kvarner region is assumed. Raising and increased vigor and frequency of storms are expected as primary effects of climate change. These phenomena may occur independently or jointly. This paper will evaluate the primary, secondary and tertiary effects of different types of natural hazards such are the destruction of beaches, flooding of the coast, etc.

The construction of an aqueduct in the Roman era proves their interest in spatial planning. However, the decline of this civilisation would lead to building desertion in the coming centuries. The landscape element analysis provides enough data for natural heritage assessment. The whole of the geoarchaeological remains confirms the close relationship between man and territory, with the anthropized features present in the environment. Precisely, the connection between natural and anthropic elements yields an integral assessment of them all.

2010. at) Based on the statements of Bologna process, future European education should be enhanced by international cooperation, academic exchange and greater comparability in order to create a European Higher Education Area (EHEA). Facing these aims, the 4Cities Master perfectly meets the requirements of Bologna process in terms of joint degrees, interdisciplinarity and mobility. g. ) is combined amongst both students and academic staff. Students’ mobility between the four collaborating universities can be ensured by ERASMUS, the mobility of the involved researchers is supported by ERASMUS Staff Exchange.

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