Scientific board 2016-2018
Massimo Ponti, ecologist (firstname.lastname@example.org)
External consultant for occupational safety: Amedeo La Morgia, RSPP
Carlo Beltrame, archeologist (email@example.com)
Roberto Palozzi zoologist and journalist (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Fabrizio Antonioli, geologist (email@example.com)
Born in Milan in 1953, graduated in 1977 in Earth Science. In 1988 researcher at ENEA. In 1990 he qualified as a scientific diver participating in the course ISSD. Deals with relative changes of sea level, socio-economic impacts on Italian shores and tide gauge monitoring activities since 1991 with the aim of exploring future scenarios and possible long-term sea-flooding (2100). About 800 dives, 260 of them diving for scientific research. Underwater photographer has organized two exhibitions. He studied the submerged coastal geomorphology on most high Italian coasts, visited and studied 80 caves in the Mediterranean Sea, Red Sea and the Mexican Cenote. Sampled speleothems until a depth of -49 meters and studied caves down to -70 m. He studied and measured underwater archaeological finds in Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Greece, Turkey, Israel, Tunisia, Spain and France. Organized two conferences of Geology Underwater (Rome, 1991, Palinuro 1994). He collaborated on the publication of 3 books by writing about the vulnerability and adaptation in the Italian coast: Kyoto and its surroundings, climate change as global problem, 2006. Franco Angeli ed., Relative change in sea level and vulnerability of coastal plains and Italian. CMCC Bononia University Press, 2009, and Changes in sea level and vulnerability of the Italian coast, on the Exercise of the Italian Geological Society, 2008. Author of 170 scientific publications, 70 of them at the International Journals. For ENEA was the scientific director of 3 projects with the Abruzzo Region (2003-2005-2009) the impacts of climate variations on the coasts. He has worked in numerous European projects 1998-2008 (including: Interreg Italy Slovenia "The arc of the High Adriatic coastal sites: topographic surveys on land and sea" and National Agreement (ENEA MINAMB program, "The Mediterranean - Protection of the Sea and coasts. "CNR Agenzia 2000, again on coastal issues. Italian project manager of the VECTOR project (vulnerability of the Italian coasts and marine ecosystems to climate change and their role in the carbon cycle Mediterranean) which coordinates the line 3 VARCOST: variations on sea levels, impact on coastal areas. (2006-2010). In 2007 he published a map of the Italian sites at risk of being flooded by the sea in 100 years. 3 volumes Guest Editor of Quaternary International (2006, 2009, 2010) all dedicated to issues related to changes in sea level. In 2009 he published in Nature a study on the submerged cave stalagmites Argentarola.
Giovanni Esentato, commercial diving operator and journalist (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Pasquale Longobardi, hyperbaric doctor (email@example.com)
Born in Naples December 23, 1961, 1986 graduated with honors from University of Naples in 1989 specializing in diving and Hyperbaric Medicine University of Chieti, perfected in 1997 in Management and Health Organization (C.OR.GE.SAN.) School of Management "The . Bocconi University in Milan, Il Sole 24 Ore 2009 Master in Marketing and Communication. 1982-1989 Research Institute for Research and Studies Divers and Hyperbaric Provincial Administration of Naples, 1989 to present: Director of Hyperbaric Medical Center Ravenna (www.iperbaricoravenna.it), entered management in the Emergency Department (118) Local Health Unit of Ravenna, Emilia Romagna; 1990 to present: Coordinator Diving Medical Committee Italian Federation (FIAS), 1993 to today: medical representative for Italy in European Diving Technology Committee (EDTC), 1996 to present: Director National Underwater and Hyperbaric Medicine Italian Society (SIMS); 1997 to present: Medical Commission core component divers Fire Department of the Interior, 1998 to present: State Technical and Training Committee established by the European Committee on Hyperbaric Medicine (ECHM) and dall'EDTC; from 1998 to 2006: Adjunct Professor School Specialization in Medicine Swimming and Diving University of Chieti; 2005 now responsible for the Master in hyperbaric medicine hyperbaric medicine and diving School St. Anna of Pisa, 2005 to present: State Diving Medical Advisory Committee (DMAC), 2006: Review of training programs in diving medicine approved by EDTC / DMAC; UNI 2007 member commission for work safety diver industrial 2007 - Basic course Offshore Safety Induction and Emergency Training (including Helicopter Underwater Emergency Training and Emergency Breathing System) - OPITO approved in Aberdeen (UK) 2009 Trident Gold Award International Academy of Underwater Science and Technology, 2010 Scientific Committee Italian Association Scientific divers (Aiossa ). Author of 250 scientific studies. Consultant for industrial diving medicine FROG Diving and Marine Contractors (Ravenna), Marine Consulting (Syracuse), Impresub (Trento), National Cooperative Divers (CNS), Avenza - Carrara (MS); Lucatelli srl, Trieste (TS); Micoperi Ltd. (RA). Join: The Historical Diving Society Italy (HDSI) - founding member, FIAS teacher-certified instructor; World Confederation des Activités Subaquatiques (CMAS) 3 stars instructor; Divers Alert Network (DAN) Oxygen First Aid Instructor - Trainer; Pure Tech Agency (PTA) Deep Air, Global Underwater Explorer (GUE) Fundamentals; GYM SCUBA instructor 1 star CMAS Aquatek SCR 1 (semi-closed rebreather level 1).
Sergio Gambi, diver Fire (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Gianni Fasano, electronic technician (email@example.com)
CTER IV Level of the National Research Council (CNR) Institute of Biometeorology. He was born in Florence in 1960. In 1979 he took a diploma in Industrial Electronics.
He was assumed by CNR in 1984. Since then, he has always been involved in designing and realization of sensors and instruments for, terrestrial and marine, environmental monitoring.
In 1985 first SCUBA certification of the Federal School FIPSAS of Florence, then he got up to the 3 rd grade of FIPSAS patent.
Laura Castellano, biologist aquarist (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Amedeo La Morgia, RSPP (email@example.com)
Scientific board 2013-2015
Carlo Beltrame, archeologo
Scientific board 2010-2012
Carlo Beltrame, archeologo
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