Bio-engineering work aimed at soil stabilization in mountain areas is becoming increasingly common throughout the world. Nevertheless, appropriate tools to evaluate the degree of success of such works in minimizing the anthropogenic impact on the environment and on the landscape over time are lacking. The seminar presents results of research conducted by Dr. Giupponi at the Ge.S.Di.Mont center in Edolo, as part of his Research Doctorate in Environmental Sciences, which led to the creation of some floristic-vegetation indices useful for assessing the success of bioengineering work performed for the stabilization of slopes subject to landslide. Results of other botanical studies performed by Dr. Giupponi during his PhD will also be presented.
The third edition of the literary review “racCONTA LA MONTAGNA” will start on 16th October 2019, after the introductory meeting held on 8th August in...Read
The REliVE-L project aims to illustrate the traditional local varieties of both vegetables and cereals and pseudo-cereals as innovative products for their organoleptic characteristics to...Read
UNIMONT – Excellence pole of the Università degli Studi di Milano will participate in ERBALE FORUM – The world of officinaries makes a system, organized...Read
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