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Expert NameDr. Marcello Vitale
TitleScientific Researcher
DivisionHead of Environmental Modelling Lab, Sapienza University of Rome
Institution
CityRome
CountryItaly
Telephone0039 06 49912901
Emailmarcello.vitale(at)uniroma1.it
Work ExperienceSocotra Archipelago (Yemen). Two projects funded by UNDP (Sustainable development and biodiversity conservation of Socotra Archipelago (Yemen) - 2008- 2010) and Italian Foreign Ministry (Institutional capacity building, sustainable development and biodiversity conservation in Socotra Archipelago (Yemen) - 2009-2011) as Ecologist for the Italian Cooperation project (statistical analyses of vegetation data and distribution modelling). IUCN Water resources management and biodiversity conservation in trans-frontier protected areas of Zimbabwe, Mozambique and South Africa - 2010-2012. Ecologist expert (statistical analyses of environmental data and primary productivity assessed by satellite data and process-based models related to the local management of natural resources). UNCCD and Italian Foreign Ministry. Special Initiative for Africa, 12 months 2013. Ecologist expert (statistical analyses of environmental data, aridity indices, and primary productivity assessed by satellite data and process-based models related to the ongoing desertification dynamics and local management of natural resources and social activities). Geographical areas of experience: Italy, Spain, France, Albania, Yemen, South Africa, ozambique
Qualifications- M. Sc. Degree in Biology cum Laude, Sapienza University of Rome, 1993 - Research Scientist in Plant Ecology at the University of Molise, Isernia (Italy), 1997 - Research Scientist in Ecology at the Sapienza University of Rome, 2001
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Other Activities1. Since 1997 he is member of the Working Group of UN / ECE ICP Vegetation 2. Since 2011 he is member of the Working Group of UN / ECE ICP Modelling and Mapping. 3. Since 2012 he is a member of the Working Group of UN / ECE ICP Forest. 4. Since 1997 he is member of the Working Group of Ecology within the Italian Botanical Society. 5. Since 2000 he is member of the Italian Society of Ecology.
Publications1. Fares S., Vargas R., Detto M., Goldstein A. H., Karlik J., Paoletti E., Vitale, M. 2013. Tropospheric ozone reduces carbon assimilation in trees: estimates from analysis of continuous flux measurements. Global Change Biology. doi: 10.1111/gcb.12222 ; 2. Vitale M., Mancini M., Matteucci G., Francesconi F., Valenti R., Attorre F. 2012. Model-based assessment of ecological adaptations of three forest tree species growing in Italy and impact on carbon and water balance at national scale under current and future climate scenarios. iForest - Biogeosciences and Forestry 5 (5): 235-246; 3. Manes F., Incerti G., Salvatori E., Vitale M., Ricotta C., Costanza R., 2011. Urban ecosystem services: tree diversity and stability of tropospheric ozone removal. Ecological Applications 22 (1), 349-360 [doi:10.1890/11-0561.1; 4. Ferretti M., Fagnano M., Amoriello T., Badiani M., Ballarin-Denti A., Buffoni A., Bussotti F., Castagna A., Cieslik S., Costantini A., De Marco A., Gerosa G., Lorenzini G., Manes F., Merola G., Nali C., Paoletti E., Petriccione B., Racalbuto S., Rana G., Ranieri A., Tagliaferri A. Vialetto G., Vitale M., 2007. Measuring, modelling and testing ozone exposure, flux and effects on vegetation in southern European conditions - what does not work. A review from Italy. Environmental Pollution 146(3): 648-658; 5. Vitale M., Anselmi S., Salvatori E., Manes F., 2007. New approaches to study the relationship between stomatal conductance and environmental factors under Mediterranean climatic conditions. Atmospheric Environment, 41: 5385-5397.
DisciplineEnvironmental Sciences
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