Emanuela Clementi is an Environmental Engineer and has obtained her Ph.D. in Hydraulic and Maritime Engineering. She has experience in the hydrodynamics connected to wave and coastal defence structures interactions, and numerical modelling of coupled ocean-biogeochemical systems in the Adriatic Sea.
Her research activity is now mainly focused on the study of the ocean circulation of the Mediterranean Sea and her activities include the development, implementation and analysis of numerical simulations of the Mediterranean Sea circulation and sea state, and the study of wave-current interaction processes.
- Evaluation of operational ocean forecasting systems from the perspective of the users and the experts
- The dynamical role of upper layer salinity in the Mediterranean Sea
- Copernicus Ocean State Report, Issue 6
- A High Resolution Reanalysis for the Mediterranean Sea
- The Copernicus Marine Service from 2015 to 2021: six years of achievements
- Climate Signals in the Black Sea From a Multidecadal Eddy-Resolving Reanalysis
- Modeling of the Turkish Strait System Using a High Resolution Unstructured Grid Ocean Circulation Model
- Copernicus Marine Service Ocean State Report, Issue 5
- A Modelling Approach for the Assessment of Wave-Currents Interaction in the Black Sea
- Understanding Sea Level Processes During Western Mediterranean Storm Gloria