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Taramelli, Andrea

Dr Andrea Taramelli is reader in Remote Sensing and Surface Coastal Process Science at the Institute for Environmental Protection and Research Rome, Fellow at Perugia University and Lecturer at La Sapienza University, Rome. He has degrees from the University of Perugia and MBA from University of Pisa (Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna). His doctorate on morphological singularities (power-law concept) was undertaken jointly between the University of Perugia under Professor Carlo Cattuto and Jeff Weissel's geomorphology group at the LDEO of Columbia University. His postdoc at LDEO of Columbia University was on assessing topography and surface changes using SAR techniques and multispectral imagery. His research interests are on processes that link climate and geomorphology with remote sensing and geophysics analysis. These links range from the potential impacts of future climate change on surface process, to the study of how continental-scale weather patterns have influenced the development of surface process

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    Italian National Institute for Environmental Protection and Research (ISPRA), more
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  • Innovative coastal technologies for safer European coasts in a changing climate, more

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THESEUS is funded by the European Commission within FP7-THEME 6 - Environment, including climate.
Grant 244104
1 December 2009 - 30 November 2013
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