Giuseppe Mazzeo

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Meteorological satellites provide frequent (from few hours to few minutes) observations that can be exploited to globally forecast weather conditions and, particularly, precipitation phenomena that are not rarely responsible of dangerous flooding events. Soil moisture is one of the variable involved in the hydrological cycle which plays a key role when an(More)
Satellite remote sensing has increasingly become a crucial tool for volcanic activity monitoring thanks to continuous observations at global scale, provided with different spatial/spectral/temporal resolutions, on the base of specific satellite platforms, and at relatively low costs. Among the satellite techniques developed for volcanic activity monitoring,(More)
Soil moisture is one of the key variable involved in the hydrological cycle, playing a fundamental role when an attempt of flood forecast has to be done in presence of adverse weather forecasts associated to different precipitation regimes. Depending on pre-existing soil conditions, in fact, the same raining event can result or not in a disastrous flooding(More)