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Expert NameDr. Fabrizio Adani
Work ExperienceExperience maturated in the files of: soil chemistry, soil and environment, waste management and bio energy production. Soil chemistry and environment with particular reference to the soil OM dynamics and soil formation including extra-Europe expedition. Soil and Environment with particular attention to the relation between agriculture and soil, manure and slurry recovery and use. Waste management with references to both research and practical activity on the fields of OM recycling, MSW, compost production and compost effect on soil etc. Bioenergy production with references to the research and application in full scale of bioenergy production by biological process, i.e. biogas production, bioethanol and bio-hydrogen production.
QualificationsMSc Agriculture Science on 1988- University of Milan, Italy, PhD Environmental Protection on 1993 University of Basilicata, Italy.
Number of Publications83
Other Activities1. Member of American Soil Science Society. 2. Member of International Humic Substances Society 3. Member of European Standardization Body (CEN)
Publications1. Scaglia B., Acutis M., Adani F. (2011). Precision determination for the dynamic respirometric index (DRI) method used for biological stability evaluation on municipal solid waste and derived products. Waste Management, 31, 2–9, doi: 10.1016/j.wasman.2010.08.024. 2. Scaglia B., Paradisi L., Adani F. (2011). Intra- and inter-laboratory variability in Real Dynamic Respiration Index (RDRI) method used to evaluate the potential rate of microbial self heating of solid recovered fuel Bioresource & Technology 102, 3591–3594, doi:10.1016/j.biortech.2010.10.066. 3. Adani F., Papa G., Schievano A., Cardinale G., D’Imporzano G., Tambone F. (2011). Nanoscale Structure of the Cell Wall Protecting Cellulose from Enzyme Attack,. Env. Sci Technol., 45 83), 1107-1113, n press, DOI: 10.1021/es1020263. 4. Scaglia B., Orzi V., Artola A., Font X., Davoli E., Sanchez A., Adani F. (2011). Odours and volatile organic compounds emitted from municipal solid waste at different stage of decomposition and relationship with biological stability. Bioresource & Technology, 102 4638–4645, doi:10.1016/j.biortech.2011.01.016. 5. Tenca A., Schievano A.Perazzolo, F. Adani . F.. Oberti R. (2011). Biohydrogen from thermophilic co-fermentation of swine manure with fruit and vegetable waste: Maximizing stable production without pH control, bioresource 6 Technology, in press, doi:10.1016/j.biortech.2011.03.102
DisciplineSoil Science
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