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Seminar Announcement

Thursday 29 September 2022 14:30 (UTC+2)

On site: Department of Civil, Environmental and Mechanical Engineering, University of Trento, Via Mesiano 77 38123 Trento
Lecture Room 2Q

Online: https://unitn.zoom.us/j/84129935464 (Meeting ID: 841 2993 5464, Passcode: 932289)

Anna Napoli
(University of Trento, Department of Civil, Environmental and Mechanical Engineering)
“Altitudinal dependence of meteoclimatic conditions in the Great Alpine Region”

Abstract
Mountain environments are of great importance in our lives, as they cover about 25% of the Earth’s surface, and all the population on the Earth depends on them directly or indirectly. Mountain ecosystems are particularly sensitive to the impacts of climate change and are being affected at a faster rate than other environments. Thus climate change is directly affecting mountain settings, but also all those who depend on them. To shed further light on this important field, it is important to investigate and understand altitudinal dependencies of meteoclimatic conditions and the physics mechanism at base. What do we know about the Greater Alpine Region, the highest and most extensive mountain range system in Europe, where both global and local anthropic activities have a significant impact?

Bio
Anna Napoli got her Bachelor and Master Degrees in Physics in two different Universities of Milan, namely “Bicocca” and “Statale”.
In March 2022 she got her PhD in Computer Science and Systems Engineering at the University of Genoa, working with CIMA Research Foundation (Savona) at the Meteorology and Climate Department and continuing her collaboration with the University of Milano-Bicocca.