Gruppo di ricerca di Idrogeologia (GI)

CNR - Istituto di Ricerca per la Protezione Idrogeologica


  • 1996-1998, research project CNR-CERIST “Time series analysis and methodologies for problem Geo-Application”;

  • 1998-2001, project “Hydrogeological risk of degradation of groundwater resources and management technologies” under the 94/99 Operational Programme “Research, Technological Development and Higher Education” ESF-MURST;

  • 1998-2002, research project CNR-CERIST “The characterization of hydrogeological risk through analysis of time series”;

  • 2003-2007, U.O. CNR-GNDCI 4.14 the group was engaged in issues related to the vulnerability of aquifers;

  • 2005-2010, Research Form “Promotion and protection of water resources” of the CNR research project “Sustainability of environmental systems”;

  • 2009-2010, U.O. IRPI of the project “Development and testing of downscaling techniques and calibration of hydrological models, based on a thermo-pluviometric grid at very high resolution (1 km x 1 km) for the last 150 years, to assess the impact of climate change on water resources “funded by Euro-Mediterranean Centre on Climate Change (CMCC) to ISAC-CNR and CNR-IRPI;

  • from 2011, the research module “Qualitative and Quantitative Risk degradation of water resources”, the CNR research project “Natural hazards and anthropogenic”;

  • from 2012, the research module CNR PB.P02.001.025 “Project RITMARE (IRPI – CNR)”;

  • from 2012, Operative Unit (UO 3, Action 2, the WP, subproject 3) for the project Project Flag RITMARE (MIUR – CNR), “The Italian search for the sea”, whose activity is entitled “Groundwater and relations with the marine waters “;

  • 2016-2018, Qualitative and quantitative degradation risks of water resources and effects on human activities;

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