Rianna Guido

via Thomas Alva Edison s.n.c. - 81100 Caserta (CE), Italy

In 2007 graduated with honours in Civil Engineering at University of Naples “Federico II”. In 2011, he got PhD in Geotechnical Engineering with a thesis about predictive models to be implemented in early warning systems for landslide events. Since 2012, he works for CMCC Foundation. In GEMINA project, he investigated the potential variations in landslide activities for different Italian geomorphological contexts. Since 2015, he is responsible for Unit Research concerning geological and hydrological impacts induced by climate changes in REMHI Division. He partecipated to different European Projects (FP7 SAFELAND, H2020 OPERANDUM). Moreover, he worked in FP7 INTACT (www.intact-project.eu) acting as test case coordinator for the impacts of landslides on critical infrastructures, INTERREG PROLINE-CE acting as Work Package Leader “Synopsis: Vision and guidance” promoting a common methodology and a vision for integrated management for water resources. He is author of about 30 papers in peer reviewed journals. In EGU GA session, he is convener in for session NH3.2/CL2.24 “Effects of climate and environmental changes on landslides”.

LATEST PUBLICATIONS

  • The role of cover thickness in the rainfall-induced landslides of Nocera Inferiore 2005
  • Laboratory and physical prototype tests for the investigation of hydraulic hysteresis of pyroclastic soils
  • Behaviour of energy piles under climate-change scenarios: a case study in Southern Italy
  • Modellazione delle piene urbane in un contesto di cambiamento climatico: il caso studio di Napoli
  • Future rainfall scenarios for the assessment of water availability in Italy
  • Exploring ERA5 reanalysis potentialities for supporting landslide investigations: a test case from Campania Region (Southern Italy)
  • Some aspects of water and energy budget of a pyroclastic cover
  • The role of hydraulic hysteresis on the hydrological response of pyroclastic silty covers
  • Effects of vegetation on hydrological response of silty volcanic covers
  • Assessing Future Variations in Landslide Occurrence Due to Climate Changes: Insights from an Italian Test Case

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