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Sergio Noce has a degree in Forestry Sciences and a Post-University Master on “Environmental geotechnologies”. His background concerns geographic information system (GIS), spatial data analysis and modeling, database management and basic concept of remote sensing. He has knowledge of natural dynamics in particular of forestry environments.
He worked (2006-2011) for a company (AgriconsultingS.p.A.) gaining experience about GIS, remote sensing, programming, spatial data modeling and about training and technical assistance to public administration human resources about these themes.
He was spatial database responsible in several projects (Cilento e Vallo di Diano National Park, Ponte sullo Stretto di Messina, et al.).
He currently works for Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change (CMCC), division on Impacts on Agriculture, Forest and Natural Ecosystems (IAFENT) attending to impacts of climate changes on forestry ecosystems (GEMINA), geographic information issues, spatial and climatic data managing and modeling.
- 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
- Hot Spot maps of forest presence in the Mediterranean Basin