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by | Apr 2, 2021 | News

The collaboration with the Research Centre Agriculture Environment (CREA – AA) continues with a new thematic meeting entitled:
Interpolation of data and information

The meeting will be held online on April 23rd.

PROGRAM 
9.30 am – Introduction and opening of the session
Chiara Epifani – Research Center for Agriculture and Environment of the Council for Agricultural Research and Analysis of Agricultural Economics (CREA)

9.45 am – Spatial variability of agro-meteorological parameters
Simone Orlandini – University of Florence (UNIFI)

10.30 am – Spatial interpolation of monthly precipitation data for the evaluation of the national hydrological balance with the BIGBANG model
Stefano Mariani, Giovanni Braca – Institute for Environmental Protection and Research (ISPRA)

11.00 am – Spatial temperature interpolation methods
Gabriele Antolini – ARPA Emilia-Romagna

11.20 am – Detailed phenological maps at national scale: gridded dataset at 0.045° resolution (about 5km)
Roberta Alilla, Barbara Parisse, Flora De Natale – Research Center for Agriculture and Environment of the Council for Agricultural Research and Analysis of Agricultural Economics (CREA)

11.40 am – Spatialisation of damages in view of the mitigation of the impact of meteorological events in the agricultural environment
Francesca Fantola, Paolo Schirru – LAORE Agency – Sardinia

12.00 pm – Activities of the Regional Agro-meteorological Services
Chiara Epifani (CREA) – Results of summary questionnaire
Danilo Tognetti ASSAM – Marche Region
Andrea Cicogna ARPA – FVG

12.45 pm – Conclusion

 

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