Università degli studi dell'Insubria

DALLE FRATTE MICHELE

DALLE FRATTE MICHELE

Titolare di assegno di ricerca

EDUCATION

since 2013 PhD student in Chemical and Enviromental Sciences, Insubria university, DISAT (Department of Science and High Technology), Como, Italy.

2010-2012 Master's degree in Environmental Sciences, Insubria university, Como, Italy. Thesis: "Analysis of the relationships between phenology and climate of high altitude alpine species".

2006-2010 Bachelor's degree in Analysis and Management of Natural Resources, Insubria university, Varese, Italy. Thesis: "Relationships between climate, permafrost and phenology of high altitude vegetation".

ATTENDED SEMINARS AND SCHOOL

2014, 07-12 July, Ecodar 2014, summer school in Ecological Data Analysis, University of the Aegean, Crete, Heraklion, Greece.

2015, 17-21 August, Geostat 2015, summer school in spatial and spatio-temporal data in R and open-source GIS, Lancaster university, UK.

CONFERENCE PARTECIPATION

2015, 16-18 September, Integrating Arctic Plant and Microbial Ecology-  21st ITEX meeting, SLU campus, Uppsala, Sweden. Oral presentation: “Trends in snow melting and leaf senescence and their impacts on the growing season length of high elevation alpine plants”.

2014, 5th September, 109th Congress of Italian Botanist Society, Florence, Italy. Oral presentation: “Relationships between climate and phenology of high elevation plants. A 7-year snow and phenology monitoring in the Italian central Alps”.

2013, 17-21 September, International Tundra Experiment ITEX – More than 20 years of tundra vegetation change research, Bergun, Swiss. Oral presentation: “Relationships between climate and phenology of high elevation plants. A 6-years snow and phenology monitoring in the Italian central Alps”.

2012, 16-19 July, XXXII SCAR OSC (Scientific Committee of Antarctic Research, Open Science Conference), Portland, Oregon, USA. Oral presentation: “Changes in moss banks spatial distribution in response to climate warming: a case study at Signy Island (South Orkney Islands, maritime Antarctica)”.