Tomas Lovato is a Post-doctoral researcher currently working on the application of a coupled oceanic-biogeochemical model (NEMO-BFM) to investigate the ecosystem dynamics at the regional and global scale.
After the PhD in Environmental Sciences at the University Ca’ Foscari of Venice (Italy), Tomas worked on the development of complex ecological models in transitional and coastal systems to investigate the pelagic biogeochemical cycles and to assess the ecosystem threats posed by anthropic activities.
- Projected climate oligotrophication of the Adriatic marine ecosystems
- Simulations of ocean deoxygenation in the historical era: insights from forced and coupled models
- The representation of alkalinity and the carbonate pump from CMIP5 to CMIP6 Earth system models and implications for the carbon cycle
- CMIP6 simulations with the CMCC Earth System Model (CMCC-ESM2)
- Extreme Events Representation in CMCC-CM2 Standard and High Resolution General Circulation Models.
- An extended set of large-scale diagnostics for quasi-operational and comprehensive evaluation of Earth system models in CMIP
- Alkalinization Scenarios in the Mediterranean Sea for Efficient Removal of Atmospheric CO2 and the Mitigation of Ocean Acidification
- Earth System Model Evaluation Tool (ESMValTool) v2.0 – an extended set of large-scale diagnostics for quasi-operational and comprehensive evaluation of Earth system models in CMIP
- Global Mean Climate and Main Patterns of Variability in the CMCC-CM2 Coupled Model
- Cumulative Impact Index for the Adriatic Sea: Accounting for interactions among climate and anthropogenic pressures