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His current activities focus on supporting research in projects dealing with analysis of remote sensing (hyperspectral, multispectral and LIDAR data) to estimates single tree specie composition and forest parameters, and their relations to carbon fluxes.
He obtained a PhD in Forest Ecology in 2006 at the University of Padua. He graduated with a master thesis in forest ecology. He started his research in 1998 at the Centre for Alpine Ecology working on soil ecology. Between 2003 and 2007 he coordinated two research projects (DINAMUS and INHUMUSnat2000) principally focused on the humus dynamics and organic matter turnover. In 2008 he joined the Fondazione Edmund Mach continuing his research supporting work in projects dealing with carbon content in forest ecosystems. As partner of the project “National Inventory of Forests and carbon forest pools - Soil, litter and deadwood carbon pools estimation” (INFC3+), he worked on the management of the soil data and on the quality check of the collected data. Moreover he coordinated the work of the technical staff based in the Monte Bondone laboratories.