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Bacci Maurizio

Born in Florence (Italy) 17-09-1972
Bachelor of Science degree in Forest Sciences at Florence University - 1999
Since 2012 researcher at Institute of Biometeorology . National Research Council – Italy

Research fields

- Applied agrometeorology in developing countries

- Optimizing the use of natural resources for food security and agricultural production in developing countries.

- Study the impacts of Climate Change on the production systems in developing countries.


Projects:

  • Co-responsible for the climate change component in the program PAPSEN (Programme d'Appui au PNIA - Senegal), funded by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs..


Recent publications:

L. Genesio, M. Bacci, C. Baron, B. Diarra, A. Di Vecchia, A. Alhassane, I. Hassane, M. Ndiaye, N. Philippon, V. Tarchiani, S. Traoré (2011). Early Warning Systems for Food Security in West Africa: Evolution, Achievements and Challenges. Atmospheric Science Letters. Vol 12, Issue 1, pp. 129-136. ISSN 1530–261X

 

Bacci M., Genesio L., Di Vecchia A., Tarchiani V., Vignaroli P. (2010)

Assessment and limits of the existent seasonal forecasts as support for the decision makers process in the Sahel.

Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 12, EGU2010-1244. EGU General Assembly 2010.

 

Genesio L., Bacci M., Baron C., Diarra B., Di Vecchia A., Alhassane A., Hassane I., Ndiaye M., Philippon N., Tarchiani V., Traoré S. (2010)

Overview of main challenges for EarlyWarning Systems for Food Security in West Africa.

Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 12, EGU2010-11845, EGU General Assembly 2010.

 

Genesio L., Bacci M., Baron C., Diarra B., Di Vecchia A., Alhassane A., Hassane I., Ndiaye M., Philippon N., Tarchiani V., Traoré S. (2010)

Early Warning Systems for Food Security in West Africa: Evolution, Achievements and Challenges. Atmospheric Science Letters.

 

M. Bacci, A. Di Vecchia, L. Genesio, V. Tarchiani, P. Vignaroli (2009)

Drought impact detection on crops in the Sahel: a case study for the 2009 campaign.

Gi4DM conference. Remote Sensing And Geo-Information for Environmental Emergencies – 2-4 Febbraio, Torino - Italy

 

Bacci M., Tarchiani V., Vignaroli P., Genesio L., Di Vecchia A. (2009)

Identification et Suivi des Zones à Risque agro-météorologique au Sahel.

Aracne Editrice : Roma. 2009. 80 pp. isbn 978-88-548-2980-0

 

Tarchiani V., Bacci M., Vignaroli P., Di Vecchia A. (2009)

Les prévisions météorologiques et leur utilisation pour la prévention des crises alimentaires au Sahel.

Aracne Editrice : Roma. 2009. 60 pp. ISBN 978-88-548-2952-7

 

Bacci M., Di Vecchia A., Tarchiani V., Vignaroli P. (2009)

La prévention des crises alimentaires au Sahel.

Aracne Editrice : Roma. 2009. 74 pp. ISBN 978-88-548-2894-0

 

Bacci M., Genesio L., Di Vecchia A. (2009)

Translating seasonal forecasts into operational support for decision makers: limits and perspectives.

In: Devic M., Roussot O. Janicot S. and Thorncroft C. Eds., African Monsoon Multidisciplinary Analyses, Toulouse: AMMA International. 601 pp. 2009.

 

Di Vecchia A., Genesio L., Bacci M., Vignaroli P., Tarchiani V., Ndiaye M., Lawan K et Diarra B. (2009)

Early Warning for Food Security: Evolutions, trends and opportunities.

In: Devic M., Roussot O. Janicot S. and Thorncroft C. Eds., African Monsoon Multidisciplinary Analyses, Toulouse: AMMA International. 601 pp. 2009.

 

Di Vecchia A., Genesio L., Bacci M., Vignaroli P., Tarchiani V., Ndiaye M., Lawan K et Diarra B. (2009)

Using rainfall estimate and forecasted precipitation to early detect seeding failures and crops stress areas.

In: Devic M., Roussot O. Janicot S. and Thorncroft C. Eds., African Monsoon Multidisciplinary Analyses, Toulouse: AMMA International. 601 pp. 2009.

 

Genesio L., Bacci M., Di Vecchia A., Assane I., Diarra B.,  Ndiaye M. (2008)

Les prévisions saisonnières et leurs impact sur la prévention de l’insécurité alimentaire dans le Sahel. Le cas d’étude de la campagne 2007 et perspectives 2008. AMMA/ENSEMBLES workshop. Seasonal forecasting in West Africa, its applications, and anticipating future climate change. Niamey 26-30 May