Fundamental Processes in Earth System Dynamics

Course 2019
Critical Zone and Ecosystem Dynamics across Space and Time
Grand Hotel, Ceresole Reale (Piedmont, Italy)
8-17 July, 2019

Directors of the Course:
Timothy White -

The Pennsylvania State University, USA

Antonello Provenzale -

Institute of Geosciences and Earth Resources, CNR, Pisa, Italy

Scientific Secretary:
Ilaria Baneschi -   Institute of Geosciences and Earth Resources, CNR, Pisa, Italy

Lectures by:
Emma Aronson -   University of California, Riverside, USA
Steven Banwart -   University of Leeds, UK
Alberto Basset -   University of Salento, Italy
Asmeret Asefaw Berhe -   University of California, Merced, USA
Sharon Billings -   University of Kansas, USA
Palma Blonda -   CNR IIA, Bari, Italy
Roberto Buizza -   Scuola Superiore S.Anna, Pisa, Italy
Jean-Martial Cohard -   CNRS Grenoble, France
Michele Freppaz -   University of Turin, Italy
Jerome Gaillardet -   IPG Paris, France
Nikolaos Nikolaidis -   Technical University of Crete, Greece
Antonello Provenzale -   CNR IGG, Pisa, Italy
Pam Sullivan -   University of Kansas, USA
Timothy White -   Pennsylvania State University, USA

Seminars and tutorials by:
Ilaria Baneschi -   CNR IGG, Pisa, Italy
Ashlee Dere -   University of Nebraska-Omaha, USA
Silvia Giamberini -   CNR IGG, Pisa, Italy
Jost von Hardenberg -   CNR ISAC, Torino, Italy
Pietro Mosca -   CNR IGG, Torino, Italy
Maddalena Pennisi -   CNR IGG, Pisa, Italy

Deadline for applications: May 15th, 2019

For further information please write to ilaria.baneschi AT

Institute of Geosciences
and Earth Resources,
Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche

Institute of Atmospheric
Sciences and Climate,
Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche

PennState - College of Earth and Mineral Sciences - Earth and Environmental Systems Institute

SAVI - NSF Science Across Virtual Institutes


Long-Term Ecosystem Research in Europe

Parco Nazionale Gran Paradiso


ECOPOTENTIAL is funded by the European Union under grant agreement N. 641762

Improving Future Ecosystem Benefits through Earth Observations