Noce Sergio

Viale Trieste 127, 01100 Viterbo, Italy

+39 0761 309587

Sergio is a holder of a Bachelor’s Degree in Forestry and Environmental Sciences from Tuscia University (Viterbo, IT) and a Master’s Degree in Environmental Geotechnologies from the CGT Centre for Geotechnologies of the Univerisity of Siena (IT). He has over fifteen years of experience in geographic information systems (GIS) that includes creation, analysis and processing of geographic data (especially climatic) and his background includes forest ecology, biogeography and climate change impacts on forest ecosystems, under the statistical approach of Species Distribution Models (SDMs). Since 2012, Sergio holds the position of a researcher at the Impact on Agriculture, Forests and Ecosystem Services (IAFES) division of the CMCC Foundation.


  • A new global dataset of bioclimatic indicators
  • The Global Methane Budget 2000–2017
  • Climate Change and Geographic Ranges: The Implications for Russian Forests
  • Likelihood of changes in forest species suitability, distribution, and diversity under future climate: The case of Southern Europe
  • Exploring the relationship between canopy height and terrestrial plant diversity
  • Does degradation from selective logging and illegal activities differently impact forest resources? A case study in Ghana
  • Hot Spot maps of forest presence in the Mediterranean Basin

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