Dealing with the optical properties of mineral dust in the snow and ice cores in Antarctica, Alps and Svalbard. Analyzing the properties and the stability of the snowpack.
MSc degree in Climate Change at the University of East Anglia and a BSc at the University of York. Her PhD research is in collaboration with the Ocean Modeling and Data Assimilation (ODA) division at CMCC in Bologna
I’m graduated in geology, currently, I’m a master student in “Geosciences for environmental sustainability” at University of Perugia, I have a strong interest in climate changes in the polar regions
Researcher at ISMAR Lerici, he studies the dynamics of accumulation, distribution and transport of plastics in polar, oceanic and Mediterranean environments. In 2017 he participated in the ACE expedition sampling microplastics during the entire circumnavigation of the Antarctic continent.
PhD in Polar Science (2011). Research interests in oceanography (Seaice; Ocean-ice-atmosphere exchanges; Polynyas; Eddies; AUVs and UAVs; Multiplatform monitoring) and remote sensing (SAR, PMW, TIR, altimetry). Former APECS-Italy coordinator.
Graduated in Physics at University of Turin. He is interested in the radiative effects of the aerosols in the Arctic. He participated in more than 16 months of measurements in Antarctica and in the Arctic (Thule and Svalbard Islands).
I’m a PhD student at Ca’Foscari University of Venice. My main topic of research is about past sea ice reconstruction through halogen measurements in polar ice cores.
He studies the ablation areas in Antarctica, relevant for surface mass balance (i.e. glazed snow and blue ice), by mapping them and analyzing their trends in time by means of remote-sensing.
PhD Student in Science and Management of Climate Change. Expertise: geophysics, polar science. Research topic: seismic facies analysis and identification of glacial processes at high latitude continental margins: Ross Sea, Antarctica.
He deals with modifications in Arctic and Atlantic water masses circulation in Kongsfjorden (Svalbard) in response to global environmental changes.
Graduated in paleoclimatology, with previous experience in dendrochronology and Surface Exposure Dating (SED), I currently work on paleoclimatic reconstructions through the continuous analysis of alpine ice cores.