This book aims at dealing with deltaic territories in Europe territories that are both fragile as well as affected byimportant climate changes. These characteristics, one inherent to the regions under study, the other caused by their transformations over time, are producing significant effects on the places and on the ways they are inhabited. The book is organised in two main parts. The first part proposes an analysis of the most important feature of some of the European Deltas, and compares them, in order to identify their common as well as specific and particular problems. The Atlas refers to the Po delta, the Ebro, the Rhine, the Rhone, the Nemunas, the Guadalquivir and the Danube ones.