Nicolini Giacomo

Viale Trieste 127, 01100 Viterbo, Italy

+39 0761 309587

Giacomo Nicolini has a degree in forestry and environmental sciences and a PhD in forest ecology. His background is focused on the ecology of natural ecosystems. In particular he got skills in the use of the Eddy Covariance technique for estimating the greenhouse gas fluxes from terrestrial ecosystems.
He worked as a researcher at the Ibimet-CNR in Florence from 2007 to 2009 with duties related to dendro-chronological and biometric estimates of forestry plantations in arid ecosystems, and to CO2 fluxes data analysis at regional scale using ground-based and remote sensed data. From 2009 to 2011 he completed his PhD at the University of Tuscia in Viterbo, having as a main objective the estimation of methane fluxes from a tropical rainforest. In 2012 he worked as a post-doc at the University of Tuscia continuing and complementing the activities carried out during the PhD. Over these years he attended several national and international conferences with oral and poster presentations, followed various technical courses, and carried out various missions abroad working with different international groups.

Since 2013 is a post-doc researcher at CMCC, IAFENT division, working in the framework of the Africa-GHG Project with the following tasks: estimation of greenhouse gas (CO2, CH4 , N2O) fluxes by means of the Eddy Covariance technique from different tropical ecosystems, data management and analysis, management of measurement sites.

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