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  • A special session at EGU 2024 to remember Mariarosaria Manzo
    A special session at EGU 2024 to remember Mariarosaria Manzo On Tuesday 16 April, as part of the EGU General Assembly 2024, an Honor Session will be held in memory of our colleague Mariarosaria Manzo, who passed away prematurely in 2022. The proposed session is inspired by the themes that have characterized the 20-year research activity of Mariarosaria Manzo, which mainly focused on the exploitation of Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) data for the Earth surface deformation retrieval and investigation through the application of the original Differential SAR Interferometry (DInSAR) technique…
    Written on Monday, 15 April 2024 22:35 Read 975 times
  • 13th EARSeL Forest Fire Workshop
    13th EARSeL Forest Fire Workshop On 19-20 September 2024 it will be held in Milan the 13th EARSeL Forest Fire Workshop entitled “Remote Sensing of Forest Fires: Lessons learned and future challenges under a changing climate”. The workshop has a long history and since the foundation of the Forest Fire Special Interest Group it gathers together scientists, experts, managers, local and international organizations involved in the use of Remote Sensing technologies for monitoring forest fires and their impacts on the biosphere in the framework of the…
    Written on Tuesday, 12 March 2024 12:06 Read 1411 times
  • Published by an Italian-Spanish team a study that sheds new light on volcanic eruptions
    Published by an Italian-Spanish team a study that sheds new light on volcanic eruptions An international team of researchers from the Institute for Electromagnetic Sensing of the Environment (CNR-IREA) in Naples and the Instituto Volcanológico de Canarias (INVOLCAN) in Tenerife (Spain) recently published an innovative study on the largest historical eruption ever recorded in La Palma, one of the Canary Islands, which occurred on September 19, 2021. The Tajogaite eruption aroused interest not only for its immediate impacts, but also for the significant amount of information obtained useful for scientific purposes. The study, published…
    Written on Monday, 15 January 2024 20:09 Read 2025 times
  • Ten IREA researchers in the ranking of the most influential scientists in the world
    Ten IREA researchers in the ranking of the most influential scientists in the world With 10 researchers, CNR-IREA (Institute for Electromagnetic Sensing of the Environment) renewed its presence in the world ranking of the best international scientists drawn up by researchers at Stanford University and published in the prestigious scientific journal PLOS Biology. The list of the world's “Top Scientists” contains 210,199 names of scientists who fall into the top 2% in their specific research areas. The evaluation is based on the statistical analysis of the quantity, quality and diffusion of scientific publications by…
    Written on Thursday, 26 October 2023 10:22 Read 2669 times
  • The EPOS data satellite thematic services allow mapping and studying the recent Morocco earthquake
    The EPOS data satellite thematic services allow mapping and studying the recent Morocco earthquake On 8 September 2023 (22:11:00 UTC), a 6.8 magnitude earthquake struck southern Morocco, causing widespread damage and thousands of fatalities. Thanks to an automated processing system developed in the framework of the Satellite data thematic core service (TCS-SATD) of the EPOS-Research Infrastructure (EPOS-RI) [1], it is now possible to shed new light on dramatic phenomena such as this one, providing valuable scientific insight to both scientists and hazards prevention activities. Developed by a team of researchers at CNR-IREA and INGV, the…
    Written on Wednesday, 13 September 2023 10:02 Read 4073 times
  • First Impact Factor for Heritage, the multidisciplinary journal on knowledge and protection of cultural and natural heritage
    First Impact Factor for Heritage, the multidisciplinary journal on knowledge and protection of cultural and natural heritage HERITAGE journal, founded in 2018 by Nicola Masini (Cnr-Ispc) and Francesco Soldovieri (Cnr-Irea), who are also its Editors in Chief, received its first Impact Factor of 1.7 in the Journal Citation Reports (Clarivate) last June. HERITAGE is a monthly Open Access journal, indexed in Scopus, ESCI (Web of Science), and other databases. HERITAGE is dedicated to the issues of knowledge, conservation, management and protection of cultural and natural heritage, with a holistic approach ranging from technologies, best practices and social…
    Written on Monday, 03 July 2023 12:53 Read 3682 times
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