Anna Sperotto is a post-doctoral researcher at the ‘Risk Assessment and Adaptation Strategies’ division, which she joined in 2014. Her main research activity is focused on the development of multi-risk approaches for the assessment the environmental impact of natural hazards and climate change. Particular emphasis is given to the application of complex system methods (i.e. Bayesian Networks) and integrated models bridging different disciplines and information sources, to understand and communicate the complex and cascading interactions between natural and human systems, with the final aim to support decision making under uncertain and changing conditions. Anna has background in Environmental Sciences with a specialization in Integrated Coastal Zone Management (MSc, Cà Foscari University) and holds a Phd in Science and Management of Climate Change (Ca’Foscari University). She collaborated on different European and International research projects (PROLINE-CE, CLIM-RUN, GEMINA, ORIENTGATE), actually is involved in BRIDGE and VENEZIA2021 projects in collaboration with Cà Foscari University.
- Water Quality Sustainability Evaluation under Uncertainty: A Multi-Scenario Analysis Based on Bayesian Networks
- Coupling scenarios of climate and land – use change with assessments of potential ecosystem services at the river basin scale
- A Bayesian Networks approach for the assessment of climate change impacts on nutrients loading
- Climate risk index for Italy
- Reviewing Bayesian Networks potentials for climate change impacts assessment and management: A multi-risk perspective
- A multi-disciplinary approach to evaluate pluvial floods risk under changing climate: the case study of the municipality of Venice (Italy)
- A review of multi-risk methodologies for natural hazards: Consequences and challenges for a climate change impact assessment