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Stefano Materia Ph.D. in Geophysics, University of Bologna, thesis titled “A new representation of large river catchments in the simulation of global climate”. He has collaborated with the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder (CO). His focuses are the interactions between continental freshwater and the other components of the Earth system and feedbacks between land surface and the atmosphere for the purpose of predictability.
- Modelling hail hazard over Italy with ERA5 large-scale variables.
- Spring Land Temperature in Tibetan Plateau and Global-Scale Summer Precipitation – Initialization and Improved Prediction
- Advances in the subseasonal prediction of extreme events: Relevant case studies across the globe
- On the role of Eurasian autumn snow cover in dynamical seasonal predictions
- CMIP6 simulations with the CMCC Earth System Model (CMCC-ESM2)
- Climate change impacts on phenology and yield of hazelnut in Australia
- El Niño teleconnection to the Euro-Mediterranean late-winter: the role of extratropical Pacific modulation
- Impact of Initialized Land Surface Temperature and Snowpack on Subseasonal to Seasonal Prediction Project, Phase I (LS4P-I): organization and experimental design
- Seasonal prediction of European summer heatwaves
- Summer temperature response to extreme soil water conditions in the Mediterranean transitional climate regime