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Dario Papale is Associate Professor of Forest Ecology at the University of Tuscia (Viterbo, Italy) were he also got his PhD in Forest Management and Ecology in 2003 working on artificial neural networks and eddy covariance data. His research interests are in measurements of green house gases exchanges at ecosystem scale and their use in data-model integration and empirical data-oriented models. Since 2004 he is scientific responsible of the European Eddy Covariance fluxes databases cluster where eddy covariance data standardization, quality control and uncertainty estimation are developed and applied.
In the last years his main activity and interest has been the development and coherent growth of the global network of eddy covariance sites (FLUXNET) including the development of new methods and techniques to enhance the quality of the eddy covariance measurements in particular in Europe and US. He is member of the AmeriFlux Management Project Team and he has been nominated in 2013 Director of the Ecosystem Thematic Centre of the Integrated Carbon Observation System (ICOS) in Europe.
He published more than 100 papers in international journals and he is co-editor of a book on the Eddy Covariance technique.
- Partitioning net carbon dioxide fluxes into photosynthesis and respiration using neural networks
- Ideas and perspectives: enhancing the impact of the FLUXNET network of eddy covariance sites
- Importance of reporting ancillary site characteristics, and management and disturbance information at ICOS stations
- Eddy covariance raw data processing for CO2 and energy fluxes calculation at ICOS ecosystem stations
- Widespread inhibition of daytime ecosystem respiration
- Estimating daily forest carbon fluxes using a combination of ground and remotely sensed data
- The role of photo- and thermal degradation for CO2 and CO fluxes in an arid ecosystem
- Filling the gaps in meteorological continuous data measured at FLUXNET sites with ERA-Interim reanalysis
- Radiocarbon-Based Assessment of Heterotrophic Soil Respiration in Two Mediterranean Forests
- A full greenhouse gases budget of Africa: synthesis, uncertainties, and vulnerabilities