IJAm 2013

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N.1 – April 2013

A turnkey data logger program for field-scale energy flux density measurements using eddy covariance and surface renewal.

Thomas M. Shapland, Andrew J. McElrone, Khaw Tha Paw U, Richard L. Snyder

Effect of climate variability and climate change on crop production in tropical wet – and dry climate.

Abayomi Eruola, Niyi Bello, Gideon Ufeogbune, Akeem Makinde

Runoff in cultivated hilly areas as influenced by crops an land management.

Linda Pieri, Francesca Ventura, Nicola Gaspari, Fiorenzo Salvatorelli, Giuliano Vitali, Paola Rossi Pisa
Analysis of the climatic aggressiveness of rainfall in the Abruzzo region.

Bruno Di Lena, Fernando ANtonucci, Lorenzo Vergini, Luigi Mariani

N.2 – August 2013

A climatic perspective of the presence of the european grapevine moth (Lobesia botrana Den. and Schiff) in the Abruzzo region, Italy.

Bruno Di Lena, Domenico Giuliani, Antonio Zinni, Angelo Mazzocchetti, Emanuele Eccel

Stima dell’erosività annua delle piogge in Calabria tramite analisi di frequenza regionale.

Oreste G. Terranova, Antonella Bodini, Roberto Coscarelli, Stefano Luigi Gariano, Pasquale Iaquinta

Modelling phenotypical traits to adapt durum wheat to climate change in a Mediterranean environment.

Pasquale Garofalo, Michele Rinaldi
Crop rotation, fertilizer types and application timing affecting nitrogen leaching in nitrate vulnerable zones in Po Valley.

Alessia Perego, Andreea Giussani, Mattia Fumagalli, Mattia Sanna, Marcello Chiodini, Marco Carozzi, Lodovico Alfieri, Stefano Brenna, Marco Acutis

Note tecniche:

The ARCIS project
Valentina Pavan, Gabriele Antolini, Giacomo Agrillo, Luca Auteri , Roberto Barbiero, Veronica Bonati, Fabio Brunier, Carlo Cacciamani, Orietta Cazzuli, Andrea Cicogna, Chiara De Luigi, Luca Maraldo, Gianni Marigo, Roberta Millini, Elvio Panettieri, Sara Ratto, Christian Ronchi, Serenella Saibanti, Angela Sulis, Fausto Tomei, Rodica Tomozeiu, Igor Torlai, Giulia Villani

Il sambuco come indicatore vegetale di cambiamenti climatici: analisi di serie storiche e verifica del modello fenologico IPHEN
Roberta Alilla, Chiara Epifani, Giovanni Dal Monte

N.3 – December 2013

Accurancy of turbulent flux measurements through the use of high frequency data by eddy covariance tower: the case study of Landriano (PV), Italy.
Daniele Masseroni, Giulia Ercolani, Chiara Corbari, Marco Mancini
Modelling the effects of meteorological and geographical drivers on damage from late radiation frost on apple trees in Northeast Iran.
Mohammad Rahimi, Emanuele Eccel

The ARMOSA simulation crop model: overall features, calibration and validation results.
Alessia Perego, Andrea Giussani, Mattia Sanna, Mattia Fumagalli, Marco Carozzi, Lodovico Alfieri, Stefano Brenna, Marco Acutis

Micrometeorological methods to measure and model surface energy fluxes of irrigated citrus orchards in a semi-arid environment.

Rita Papa, Simona Consoli

Nota tecnica: 

Un semplice apparato sperimentale per la valutazione del corretto funzionamento dei sensori per la misura del flusso di calore nel suolo
Daniele Masseroni, Enrico A. Chiaradia, Arianna Facchi, Claudio Gandolfi, Ezio Naldi

 

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