Gina Marano holds a Master of Science Degree in Forestry and Environmental Sciences at the University of Padua.
She’s currently second-year PhD student in Sustainable Forestry and Agricultural Systems at the University of Naples Federico II. Her research topic focuses on developing tools over geoSpatial Decision Support Systems to support Sustainable Forest Management practices at different scales (https://www.landsupport.eu/).
She will implement soil physical processes in the 3D-CMCC (Three Dimensional-Coupled Model Carbon Cycle) FEM model.
She will also simulate different silvicultural interventions under different climate change scenarios.
Her PhD tutor is Fabio Terribile (full professor of Soil Science at the University of Naples Federico II) and the research work on forest modelling will be fully developed under the supervision of Dr. Alessio Collalti and the Forest Modelling Lab.