Daniela Dalmonech has a Master in environmental engineering from the University of Trento with focus on numerical modeling applied to the environment, she holds a PhD in Forest Ecology attained at the Tuscia University and a Marie Skłodowska-Curie postdoctoral fellowship at the Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry in Jena (Germany). She is interested in the dynamics of carbon and nitrogen cycle at different spatial scales and under anthropogenic and natural stress, by means of numerical modeling and statistical analyses. In 2019 she started collaborating with the Forest Modeling Laboratory, where she is the responsible for the 3D-CMCC-FEM (Three Dimensional - Coupled Model Carbon Cycle - Forest Ecosystem Module) code development and output data analyses. She collaborated with the University of Basilicata within the project OT4CLIMA (Task GPP modelling). She is now researcher at the Institute for Agricultural and Forestry Systems in the Mediterranean (ISAFOM-CNR) within the National Biodiversity Future Centre.