• Dates 12/2010
• Title of qualification SARSCAPE course
• Principal subjects/occupational skills covered: SARMAP training of the use of SARSCAPE for radar image processing
• Dates 1/01/2002 – 1/01/2004
• Title of qualification Postdoc
• Principal subjects/occupational skills covered: Fellowship Postdoctorate at Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University, New York, USA. Project: Assessing topography and surface changes using SAR techniques and multispectral imagery.
• Dates 1999– 2001
• Name and type of organization providing education and training University of Perugia
• Principal subjects/occupational skills covered: Ph.D. in Geomorphology, Hydrogeology, Engineering Geology at the University of Perugia (Prof. C. Cattuto) in collaboration with Ldeo of Columbia University (C.P. Stark and Prof. J.K. Weissel). Thesis on “Landslide Mechanisms and Hazard Assessment in central Apennines – Italy”.
• Data 1998
• Name and type of organization providing education and training November 1998 – 1999: MBA in environmental management: “Business Administration of Environmental and Natural Resources”, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, University of Pisa. Thesis on “Environmental emergencies management”.
• Title of qualification: MBA – Master in Business Administration
• Dates 2000
• Name and type of organization providing education and training Ldeo of Columbia University – CIESIN
• Principal subjects/occupational skills covered: Advanced ArcView Class – CIESIN/ Columbia University.
• Data July 2000
• Name and type of organization providing education and training : CNR IRPI 9th Summer School on “Hydro-geological hazard studies”, National Research Council, Perugia. Main courses: flood management decision making systems, hydrological forecasting and warning system, landslide hazard.
• Title of qualification: Certificate
• Data 1997
• Name and type of organization providing education and training ‘Perugia University
• Principal subjects/occupational skills covered Master Degree in Landslides risk assessment
• Title of qualification: MSC
Dr. Andrea Taramelli is Professor Associate in Remote Sensing and Surface Process Science at IUSS (Institute for Advanced Study) University, Pavia. 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.
01/09/2012 – ongoing
Pavia risk centre and IUSS Pavia (Institute for Advanced Study, Pavia)
University and Research Centre
Adjunct Researcher and Lecturer ‘GIS and Remote sensing’ for master and PhD Programme in Risk and Emergency Management
Teaching advance course at The UME (Understanding and Managing Extremes) and WRR (Weather Related Risk) Schools.
Jan 2014 – Ongoing: Project Manager for EUCENTRE: Ecological COastal Strategies and Tools for Resilient European SocietieS ECOSTRESS (work programme – DG ECHO 2013): the project will be focused on the search of better-integrated strategies through the strengthening of the risk prevention and disaster management cycle of the coastal zones. These complex systems are defined as land regions near the sea comprising all natural and human related elements potentially at risk due to flood. With Deltares (NL), AFPCN (F), ISIG (IT)
June 2014 – Ongoing: SEGUICI – SMART TECNOLOGIE PER LA GESTIONE DELLE RISORSE IDRICHE AD USO IRRIGUO E CIVILE (PROJECT FOR INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE FIELD OF EXPERIMENTAL SMART CITIES AND COMMUNITIES):
The project proposes to use Bayesian Stochastic modeling technique applied to ecosystem services in order to accurately assess the vulnerability of the water system by appropriately choosing the explanatory variables (ie, predictors) to be used in statistical analyzes. This procedure will be developed through a Stochastic model in order to obtain relevant vulnerability maps, where it will be possible to assess the effect of using different threshold values, to distinguish between positive and negative evidence of water resource management.
• August 2013 – Ongoing (PI): Cat1 – ESA 14945: “Monitoring boat anchoring pressure on Posidonia oceanica meadows through satellite SAR imagery”
• July 2013 – Ongoing (co-I): ISPRA LIFE+IMAGINE Project: Integrated coastal area Management Application implementing GMES, INspire and sEis data policies (Budget 176.000 €). The objective is to provide coastal area management application addressing two scenarios of interest in the Liguria/Tuscany coast: soil sealing impact and floods&landslide prediction. The interoperable applications will be designed according to the SEIS guidelines, basing data/services on INSPIRE rules, interfacing the processes with GMES infrastructure.
• May 2013 – ongoing (PI): ISPRA Radarsat-2 Canadian Space Agency project; data contribution to morphodynamic analysis in coastal areas. The objective of this project is to integrate Radarsat-2 data into a study of the coastal monitoring and morphodynamic analysis. The goal is the evaluation of suitability of satellite remote sensing for coastal vulnerability assessment and the detection of the dominant processes and trends in coastal landscapes.
• February 2013 – Ongoing (PI): ISPRA Terrasar-X DLR Project: High Resolution coastal bathymetry for morphodynamic modelling studies: The main aim of the project is to use Terra-SAR X imagery to reconstruct the topography and bathymetry for the mosaic, for some of the European coastline. The project will be the first initiative to generate High Resolution (HR) dynamical downscaling of wind, precipitation, wave and topo-bathymetry with Satellite-based products.
• April 2012 – ongoing (Co-I): ISPRA EU DG Enterprise Contract Agreement – Lot 2: Support to the take-up of GMES services by users Section 4: Technical Proposal No. 89/PP/ENT/2011 (Budget 140.000 €). Capacity building and technology transfer to support the Copernicus (GMES) User forum in the use of products and services available from 20 years of earth surface monitoring and modeling from satellite and insitu data. Dissemination and training on methodologies. Responsible of the Task: Test Case – GMES marine products for coastal ecosystem analysis
• March 2012 – ongoing The EU Marine Strategy Directive Implementation: The main objective of the Directive is to achieve a Good Environmental Status (GES) of the marine environment by 2020. Member States have to develop marine strategies in close cooperation with other Member States and third countries that share the same waters. Responsible of the task Sedimentary rates and coastal morphodynamics.
• January 2012 – ongoing: (PI) ISPRA FP7 – OCEAN.2011-1 Multi-use offshore platforms (MERMAID – Innovative Multi-purposE off-shoRe platforMs: plAnnIng, Design and operation – 3 anni solari) with DTU, DHI, TU Braunschweig, ENEL, University of Cantabria, University of Bologna, Athens University of Business and Economics, Deltares, Statoil (Budget 240.144 €). Responsible of the task practical modeling applications: the inversion of measured radar signatures of underwater bottom topography into depth maps.
• June 2011 – Dec. 2012: Senior expert for Council of Europe Network of specialized Euro-mediterranean centres of the EUR-OPA major hazards agreement (DSS for coastal hazard)
• Agosto 2010 – ongoing: ISPRA PI of Category 1 Proposal (id7963) at ESA “Modelling uncertainties in coastal processes by means of innovative integration of remote sensing systems”.
• Luglio 2010 – Dec 2012: ISPRA Senior expert in the Framework Partnership Agreement (EEA) concerning the European Topic Centres on Climate change impacts, vulnerability and adaptation 2011-2013. Reference number: EEA/NSV/10/001. Con Centro Mediterraneo Cambiamenti Climatici e THETIS spa.
• 2009 – 2012 ISPRA: Project (PI) – Coastal Defence Innovative Technologies (Pr.922 – THESEUS – Budget 280.000 €) FP7 – EU Framework Programme. Investigation of coastal areas morpho-dynamics using high resolution multispectral images and SAR processing.
• 2008 – 2012 ISPRA: Project (co-I) Investigation of the shallow water coastal areas using high resolution hyperspectral images and LIDAR analysis in Italy (Pr.902 – LIDLAZ Budget 420.000 €).
• Sep 2007 – April 2008 ICRAM Rome: Project – Adaptation Capacity in the Mediterranean Coastal System within a Changing Climate for Water Management.
01/07/2011 – 01/06/2012
Senior Consultant to UNDP: GIS and Vulnerability Assessment for the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and GESP Joint Venture (Joint Venture between GESP S.r.l., GIS4C B.V. and CGS-EI of UWI) in the “Provision of Services to Caribbean OCTs. Lot1: GIS and Vulnerability Assessment”: EU project http://r3i.gis-hmva.gesp.it/home
Main activities and responsibilities Data collection (use of GPS devices, relational database design and implementation) and data sharing activities through specific surveys and official meeting in the Caribbean islands hazard management government offices.
Geodatabase and spatial data infrastructure building, spatial analysis implementation.
Element at risks analysis in physical and operational vulnerability assessment (damage curves
and loss estimation) for hurricane, high winds, storm surge and waves models.
Quantitative modeling of hazard vulnerability with maps of critical infrastructure to build hazard
mitigation strategies and insurance – reinsurance cost analysis.
Training, capacity building, technical reporting and dissemination activities.
10/03/2010 – 10/3/2012
La Sapienza – University of Rome
Lecturer ‘GIS and Remote sensing’ for master course for Eco-Biologist
Teaching advance course
May 2011 – May 2013
Marine Research centre
Adjunct Research scientist
The aim of this collaboration within the FIELD_AC (Fluxes, Interactions and Environment at the
Land-Ocean Boundary) FP7 project is to provide remote sensing data for the analysis of coastal sea local data. Within a link to the MERMAID FP7 OCEAN project the processing and use of remote sensing data in coastal areas (including satellite SAR data and MERIS data) will commit to link the GMES portfolio to the downscaling, assimilation and coupling of modeling.
05/04/2006 – 30/12/2009
Adjunct Research Scientist at Corso di Laurea in Coordinamento delle Attività di Protezione Civile- Perugia University
Department of Environmental and Civil Protection
Consultant on Environmental protection
• Research agreement ITHACA (Information Technology for Humanitarian Assistance, Cooperation and Action) and Corso di Laurea in Attività di Protezione Civile- Perugia University: Strategy to delineate potentially affected areas by flooding using a GIS approach in collaboration with the World Food Programme. The selected approach is to determine a sudden onset zoning from a set of available attributes that are considered to govern the hazard while we examine the influence of each individual events that produce the final hazard.
• Research agreement Attività di Protezione Civile- Perugia University and INGV Rome: Assessment of ground deformation in Umbria Region using inSAR techniques and multispectral imagery. The work here calls for side-by-side comparison of SAR and multispectral V-NIR imagery based on (1) SRTM analysis and V-NIR Spectral Mixing Analysis where an original DEM-based technique is developed to document the distribution of DSGSD and quantify how they affect topographic relief, (2) contrasts in backscatter intensity in SAR data, and (3) displacement inferred from SAR interferometry.
01/02/2004 – 01/09/2009
Adjunct Associate Research Scientist – Columbia University – New York – Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory
Remote Sensing and Risk assessment
2006 – 2008 NSF Granted Proposal, Columbia University –– INGV Rome: Project on uplifting and faulting at the transition from subduction to collision – a field and modelling study of the calabrian arc (3.000.000 $).
2005 – 2006 Sino-Italian Collaboration Program For Environmental Protection Granted Proposal, Columbia University – Italian Ministry of Environment (International Environment Protection Branch) (co-PI): Project on Environmental Base Line Identification (Beijing and Alashan Area, China) for dust storm emission using remote sensing (Budget 380.000 €).
2004 – 2005 A Joint World Bank/Columbia University Project – Assessment of High-Risk Disaster Hotspot; A NSF Project – Valutazione del rischio naturale nell’area di Izmit – Turchia attreverso l’elaborazione di dati radar (Band X, Band C, Band L).
01/01/2002 – 31/01/2005
Perugia University – Ldeo of Columbia UnIversity
Remote Sensing and Surface processes
2005 – 2006 Granted Proposal, World Food Programme – University of Perugia (co-PI): project on “Strategy to delineate potentially affected areas by hurricane using a GIS approach” – Service Agreement No. SA/2006/08 (Budget 20.000 $).
• 2005 Tevere River Authority – University of Perugia: project on “Landscape evolution model on the Nera River -Umbria Region” (Budget 10.000 €).
2002 – 2004 Provincia of Perugia – University of Perugia: project on “Landscape evolution model on the Tevere River focused on the area between the Afra River and the Corbara Lake” (GIS ArcGIS 8.0).
• 2002 ENEA (Ente Nazionale Energia e Ambiente) – University of Perugia: project on “Nuclear waste management using GIS” (GIS Arcview 3.3). Prot. Sito/2002/37.
01/2001 – 12/2005
Italian Ministry of Environment. Projects:
2004-2005 (Quality of Life Branch): Project Manager (Sviluppo Italia) – Implementing the G.I.S. (ArcInfo 9.0) of the activities related to the risk management of national hazardous brownstone sites.
– 2003-2004 (Quality of Life Branch): Project Manager (Sviluppo Italia) – Modelling the Cecina river Basin, Tuscany, Italy, within the framework of the EU Water Directive, using multispectral and multitemporal imageries (Ikonos) within a GIS environment (ArcInfo 9.0).
– 2001-2002 (International Environment Protection Branch): Project officer (Ide@data, Roma – Energy project assessment – report on various energy projects leaded by International Bodies such as UN, World Bank and EPA.
2003 – 2008
University of Perugia
GIS course TA
2/02/1999 – 31/01/2000
Arca consulting S.r.l., Florence and Rome, Italy
Environmental Consultant company
Research and drafting on international tender documentation and development of project in the field of natural resources management. Projects:
– LIFE – Urgent Safeguard Actions for the Sites of Community Interest.
– EU – E.I.A. of the Kosovo environmental emergency on Albania.
– ADB – Capacity Building for Decentralisation of the E.I.A. Process in Indonesia.
– Taramelli, A.; Manzo C., Valentini, E.; Cornacchia, L., (2015), Coastal Subsidence: Causes, Mapping, and Monitoring, Invited Chapter to Encyclopedia of Natural Hazards, Wiley & Sons, Ltd., In Press
– Manzo C., Valentini E., Taramelli A, Filipponi F., Disperati L. (2015), Spectral characterization of coastal sediments using Field Spectral Libraries, Airborne Hyperspectral Images and Topographic LiDAR Data (FHyL), International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 36, 54–68
– Pieralice F, Proietti R, La Valle P, Giorgi G, Mazzolena M, Taramelli A, Nicoletti L, (2014), An innovative methodological approach in the frame of Marine Strategy Framework Directive: a statistical model based on ship detection SAR data for monitoring programmes, Marine Environmental Research, In review
– Valentini, E.; Taramelli, A.; Filipponi, F.; Giulio, S.; (2014), An effective procedure for EUNIS and Natura 2000 habitat mapping in estuarine ecosystems integrating ecological knowledge and remote sensing analysis, Accepted and in press in Ocean and Coastal Management.
– Taramelli, A.; DiMatteo, L.; Ciavola, P.; Guadagnano, F.; Tolomei, C. (2014), Temporal evolution of patterns and processes of the coastal area in Bevano Estuary (Northern Adriatic) – Italy. Accepted and in press in Ocean and Coastal Management
– Taramelli, A.; Valentini, E.; Sterlacchini, S.; (2014), A GIS-based approach for hurricane hazard and vulnerability assessment in the Cayman Islands. Accepted and in press in Ocean and Coastal Management.
– Taramelli A., Cornacchia L., Valentini E. Bozzeda F., (2013), Non-linear power law approach for spatial and temporal pattern analysis of salt marsh evolution, Earth Surf. Dynam. Discuss., 1, 1061-1095, doi:10.5194/esurfd-1-1061-2013, 2013
– Taramelli, A.; Manzo C., Valentini, E.; Cornacchia, L., (2013), Coastal Subsidence: Causes, Mapping, and Monitoring, Invited Chapter to Encyclopedia of Natural Hazards, Wiley & Sons, Ltd., In Press
– Taramelli, A.; Valentini, E.; Cornacchia, L.; Mandrone, S.; Monbaliu, J.; Thompson, R.; Hogart, S.; Zanuttigh, B. (2013), Modelling uncertainty in estuarine system by means of combined approach of optical and radar remote sensing, Coastal Engineering. 10.1016/j.coastaleng.2013.11.001
– Taramelli, A., Valentini, E., Innocenti, C., Cappucci, S. (2013). FHYL: Field spectral libraries, airborne hyperspectral images and topographic and bathymetric LiDAR data for complex coastal mapping. Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS). IEEE International , vol., no., pp.2270,2273, 21-26 July 2013 doi: 10.1109/IGARSS.2013.6723270
– Innocenti C, Filipponi, F., Valentini E, Taramelli A, (2013), Multisensory data fusion methods for the estimation of beach sediment features: mineralogical, grain size and moisture, 978-1-4799-1114-1/13/$31.00 ©2013 IEEE
– Tolomei, C., Taramelli, A., Moro, M., Saroli, M., Salvi, S., (2013), Analysis of DGSD impending over the Fiastra lake (Central Italy), by geomorphological assessment and deformation monitoring using satellite SAR Interferometry, Geomorphology, 201: 281-292, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.geomorph.2013.07.002.
– Taramelli, A., Pasqui, M., J. Barbour,D. Kirschbaum,L. Bottai,C. Busillo,F. Calastrini, Guarnieri, F., Small, C., (2013), Spatial and temporal dust source in Northern China identified using advanced remote sensing analysis, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 38, 793–809, DOI: 10.1002/esp.337174.
– Pasqui, M., Taramelli, A., J. Barbour,D. Kirschbaum,L. Bottai,C. Busillo,F. Calastrini, Guarnieri, F., Small, C., (2013), Dust emission in Northern China: atmospheric emission – dispersion modelling of a major dust event, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 38, 1354–1368, DOI: 10.1002/esp.3321.
– Ausili A, Cappucci C, Gabellini M, Innocenti C, Maffucci M, Romano E, Rossi L, Taramelli A, (2012), New Approaches for Multi Source Data Sediment Characterisation, Thickness Assessment and Clean up Strategies, Chemical Engineering Transactions, 28: ISBN 978-88-95608-19-8; ISSN 1974-9791
– Taramelli A, Valentini E, Dejana M Zucca F, Mandrone S, (2011) Modelling coastal processes by means of innovative integration of remote sensing time series analysis, 978-1-4577-1005-6/11/ ©2011 IEEE
– Taramelli A., (2011), Detecting Landforms Using Quantitative Radar Roughness Characterization and Spectral Mixing Analysis, In B. Murgante et al. (Eds.): Geocomputation, Sustainability & Environ. Planning, SCI 348, pp. 225–249.
– Cappucci, S., Scarcella, D., Rossi, L., Taramelli, A., (2011), Dredging activities at Marina di Carrara harbour: an innovative approach for the sediment management, Journal of Ocean and Coastal Management, 54: 277-289, doi:10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2010.12.006.
– Taramelli A., Pasqui, M., Santini, M., Melelli L., Sorichetta, A., (2011), Modelling uncertainties in Hurricane hazard through GIS systems and early warning modelling, Book Chapter “Hurricane Research”, ISBN978-953-7619-X-X published by INTECH., 357-372.
– Pallottini, E., Cappucci, S., Taramelli, A., Innocenti, C., Screpanti, A., (2010), Variazioni morfologiche stagionali del sistema spiaggia-duna del Parco Nazionale del Circeo, Studi Costieri, 17, 107-126.
– Taramelli A., Melelli L., Pasqui, M., Sorichetta, A., (2010), Modelling hurricane element at risk in potentially affected areas by GIS system, Geomatics, Natural Hazards and Risk, 1: 4, 349-373.
– Santini M., Taramelli A., Sorichetta, A., (2010), Algorithm to calculate equal-area on a latitude-longitude (geographic) regular grid, Transaction in GIS, 14(3); 351-377, doi: 10.1111/j.1467-9671.2010.01200.x
– Sorichetta A., Seeber L., Taramelli A., McHugh C. M.G., Cormier M.H., (2010) Geomorphic evidence for tilting at a continental transform: the Karamusel basin along the North Anatolian Fault, Turkey, Geomorphology,119; 221-231, doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2010.03.035.
– Melelli, L., Taramelli, A., (2010), Criteria for the elaboration of susceptibility maps for DGSD phenomena in central Italy, Geografia Fisica e Dinamica del Quaternario, 33, 179-185.
– Bresciani, M., Giardino, C., Musanti, M., Martinelli, A., Taramelli, A., Velentini, E., (2010), Mapping of macrophytes of Lake Trasimeno by remote sensing, Special Issue “Macrofite e Ambiente” , EURAC book n. 58, pp. 241-251.
– Cattuto, C., Gregori, L., Melelli, L., Taramelli, A., (2009), Fluvial landscape response to active fault-structure: calibration of morphologic parameter using SRTM DEM, Mem. Soc. Geol. It., LXXXVII, 431-442
– Gazzea, N., Taramelli, A., Valentini, E., Piccione, E., (2009), Integrating fuzzy logic and GIS analysis to assess sediment characterization within a confined harbour, Lectures Notes in Computer Sciences, 5592, 33-49.
– Lisi, I., Taramelli, A., Dirisio, M., Cappucci, S., Gabellini, M., (2009), Evaluation of flushing efficiency in Harbour using numerical modelling: the Augusta Harbour case study, Journal of Coastal Research, 56, 841-845.
– Gazzea, N., Valentini, E., Rossi, L., Piccione, M., Taramelli, A., (2009), Caratterizzazione dei sedimenti marini di aree fortemente antropizzate. Sperimentazione mediante logica fuzzy, Rend. Soc. Geol. It., 8, 67-74
– Taramelli A., Melelli L., (2009). Map of deep seated gravitational slope deformation susceptibility in central Italy derived from SRTM DEM and spectral mixing analysis of the Landsat ETM+ data, International Journal of Remote Sensing, 30, 357-387.
– Taramelli A., Melelli L., (2009), Detecting alluvial fans using quantitative roughness characterization and fuzzy logic analysis using the SRTM data, International Journal of Computer Science and Software Technology, Vol.2, No. 1, 55-67, Invited Paper.
– Taramelli A., Melelli L., Cattuto C., Gregori L., (2009), Un esempio di parametrizzazione geomorfica da dati SRTM, Mem. Descr. Carta Geol. d’It., vol.78, 289-298.
– Melelli L., Taramelli A., Nucci G., (2009), L’analisi statistica bivariata in ambiente GIS: un esempio applicato alla valutazione della suscettibilità da frana, Mem. Descr. Carta Geol. d’It., vol.78, 169 – 182.
– Taramelli A., Reichenbach P., Ardizzone F., (2008), Comparison of SRTM elevation data with cartographically derived DEMs in Italy, Rev. Geogr. Acadêmica v.2 n. (viii) 41-52, Invited paper.
– Taramelli A., Melelli L., (2008), Detecting alluvial fans using quantitative roughness characterization and fuzzy logic analysis, Lectures Notes in Computer Sciences, 5072, 1-15.
– Taramelli A., Melelli L, (2007), Strategy to delineate potentially affected areas by hurricane using GIS approach, Rend. Soc. Geol. It., 4, Nuova Serie, 27-34.
– Melelli L., Taramelli A., Alberto W., (2007), Analisi combinata di dati ottici e radar per la stima della suscettibilità da deformazioni gravitative profonde di versante della Regione Piemonte, Rend. Soc. Geol. It., 4, Nuova Serie, 35-42.
– Bach D., Barbour J., Macchiavello G., Martinelli M., Scalas P., Small C., Stark C., Taramelli A., Torriano L., Weissel J., (2007), Integration of the advanced remote sensing technologies to investigate the dust storm areas, in A., El-Beltagy, M.C. Saxena, and T., Wang (eds) 2007, Human and Nature – Working tighter for sustainable development of Drylands, Proceedings of 8th ICDD Conference, 25-28 February 2006, Beijing, China. ICARDA, Aleppo, Syria, 387-397.
– Taramelli A., Barbour J., (2006), A new DEM of Italy using SRTM data, Rivista Italiana Telerilevamento, 36: 25-38.
-. Stacul E., Taramelli A., (2005), Toward remote sensing method for land cover dynamic monitoring: managing the calabrian agro-foresty systems, in Proceedings of 14th European Biomass Conference Exhibition – Paris, France 17-21 October 2005, 417-420.
– Gregori L., Melelli L., Rapicetta S., Taramelli A. (2005), The main Geomorphosites in Umbria. Il Quaternario 2005, 1, 18, 93 – 10.
– Cattuto C., Gregori L., Melelli L., Taramelli A., Broso D. (2005), I conoidi nell’evoluzione delle conche intermontane umbre. Geogr. Fis. Dinam. Quat. Suppl. VII (2005), 89-95.
– Melelli L., Taramelli A., (2004), An example of debris-flows hazard modeling using GIS, Natural Hazard and earth System Sciences, 4: 347-358.
– Taramelli A., Melelli L., Cattuto C., Gregori L., (2003), Debris flows hazard mitigation using GIS: an example in the F. Menotre Basin (Central Italy), IC-FSM2003, Napoli, May 11-13, 2003, Volume 1, 485-489, Patron Editore.
– Cattuto C., Gregori L., Melelli L., Taramelli A., (2003), Il rischio da colate detritiche lungo le valli intermontane della catena appenninica meridionale Umbra, Soc. It. Geol. Amb., Anno XI, 1/2003, pp 1-5.
– Cattuto C., Gregori L., Melelli L., Taramelli A., (2002), Utilizzo di un sistema GIS per la valutazione del rischio da frana lungo un tracciato stradale in aree montuose (Serravalle-Cascia, Umbria), Convegno Nazionale CNR – La difesa della montagna, Assisi, 11-12 dicembre, 2002, pp. 89-95. Ed. Tipolitografia Grifo.
– Cattuto C., Gregori L., Melelli L., Taramelli A., Troiani C. (2002), Paleogeographic evolution of the Terni Basin (Umbria, Italy), Boll. Soc. Geol. It., Vol. spec. 1, 865-872, 7 ff.
– Candio S., Cattuto C., Gregori L., Melelli L., Taramelli A. (2002), Examples about D.S.M.M. and large –scale landslides caused by tectonic uplift of terrigenous sediments of areas in and near Umbria, Studi Geologici Camerti International Workshop Camerino-Roma, 21-26 Giugno, 1999, Studi Geologici Camerti, Num. Spec., 29-36, Edimond Editore.
– Cattuto C., Mellelli L., Taramelli A., (2001), Variabilità spaziale e temporale del grado di saturazione dei terreni e fenomeni connessi: l’esempio del bacino del F. Menotre (Umbria, Italia), Atti ASITA, Rimini – sett. 2001.
– Taramelli A., (2000), La Gestione delle Emergenze Ambientali, Studi e informazioni, a. XIII, n. 35, 103-122.
– Cattuto C., Taramelli A. (1998), Terremoti e frane, Studi e informazioni, a. XI, n.29-30, 41-48.