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Crisci Alfonso

Permanent  Researcher - Institute of Biometeorology CNR of Florence Italy (National Research Council) .
Alfonso Crisci
E-Mail:  a.crisci@ibimet.cnr.it
Private  Email: alfcrisci@gmail.com
Tel. +39 0553033701
Fax. +39 055308910
Birth place : Pescara
Birth date : 23 Agosto 1969.    
1995  Degree in Agriculture Science Thesis title: "Methodology  for evaluation the climate changes' impacts in Agriculture"  . Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry Science University of Florence. Date :12/06/1995.
1997  Fellowship  with F.M.A. (Fondazione per la Meteorologia Applicata) Title “Bacino di utenza, modalità di trasferimento, possibili nuove applicazioni dei modelli agrometeorologici”.       
2001  Research fellow IATA-CNR / IBIMET-CNR ADR/01/01  “Analisi dei dati pluviometrici delle stazioni afferenti le aree interessate al progetto TRMM” .
2002  Temporary researcher for IBIMET CNR at  LaMMA “Laboratorio per la meteorologia e la modellistica ambientale” Project-  IBIMET-CNR  Regione Toscana.
2003  Partecipate to GILIA iniziative : http://www.gilia.ibimet.cnr.it
2003  Collaborate to  the thematic project  IBIMET-CNR  Assicurazioni Generali  “Identificazione delle aree a pericolosita’ meteorologica e alluvionale a scala nazionale” .
2003  Collaborate to  MeteoSalute Project - CIBIC University  of Florence  to develop index and methodology for human thermal comfort and weather health risk.
2004  Partecipate to   “CLIMAGRI" Project. www.climagri.it  
2006  Partecipate "LAMMA TEST" Initiative :   Textile's technologies related to human thermal comfort .
2009  Permanent Reasercher at  IBIMET CNR III.   
2010  Partecipate to IBIMET Seasonal forecasting group .
2011  Design with Dott. Valentina Grasso the  "Climascope" tool on Google Earth Platform.
2011  Partecipate to REDLAV "Réseau transfrontalier de démoustication et de lutte anti vectorielle" project Italy France cooperation on health risk come from vector borne diseases.  
2012  Partecipate to SMEM manifesto for to use social network platoform for risk and emergencies.

International Referee:
International Journal of Biometeorology;
Selected papers:
Eccel, E., Rea, R., Caffarra, A. & Crisci, A. (2009). Risk of spring frost to apple production under future climate scenarios: the role of phenological acclimation. International Journal of Biometeorology, 53(3), 273-286.
Capecchi V., Crisci, A., Melani, S., Morabito, M. & Politi, P. (2011). Fractal characterization of rain-gauge networks and precipitations: an application in Central Italy. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 107(3-4), 541-546. doi:10.1007/s00704-011-0503-z
Morabito, M., Crisci, A., Vallorani, R., Modesti, P. A., Gensini, G. F. & Orlandini, S. (2011). Innovative approaches helpful to enhance knowledge on weather-related stroke events over a wide geographical area and a large population. Stroke: A Journal of Cerebral Circulation, 42(3), 593-600.
Morabito, M., Pavlinic, D. Z., Crisci, A., Capecchi, V., Orlandini, S. & Mekjavic, I. B. (2011). Determining optimal clothing ensembles based on weather forecasts, with particular reference to outdoor winter military activities. International Journal of Biometeorology, 55(4), 481-490.
Morabito, M., Profili, F., Crisci, A., Francesconi, P., Gensini, G. F. & Orlandini, S. (2011). Heat-related mortality in the Florentine area (Italy) before and after the exceptional 2003 heat wave in Europe: an improved public health response? International Journal of Biometeorology, 34(5-6, 1), 201. doi:10.1007/s00484-011-0481-y
Fiorillo, E., Crisci, A., De Filippis, T., Di Gennaro, S. F., Di Blasi, S., Matese, A., Primicerio, J., et al. (2012). Airborne high-resolution images for grape classification: changes in correlation between technological and late maturity in a Sangiovese vineyard in Central Italy. Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research, 18(1), 80-90. doi:10.1111/j.1755-0238.2011.00174.x
Romi R., Vallorani R. , Severini F., Toma L., Cocchi M, Messeri G., Crisci A., Costantini R., Raffaelli I., Thiery I, Landier A., et al. (2012). Assessment of the risk of malaria re-introduction in the Maremma Plain (Central Italy) using a multi-factorial approach. Malaria Journal doi:10.1186/1475-2875-11-98, 11(98).
Pubblicazioni generale e citazioni:  
Google scholar Alfonso Crisci :http://scholar.google.it/citations?user=D6YYpg0AAAAJ.