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Gianmarco Ingrosso

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Nome: 
Gianmarco
Cognome: 
Ingrosso
Sezione: 
OCE
Telefono: 
0402249723
Qualifica: 
Assegni di ricerca
Istruzione: 

 

Since Jan 2012 – University of Trieste, Italy

PhD student in Environmental Biology at the “Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale” (OGS),Trieste, Italy

Thesis: The marine carbonate system in the Gulf of Trieste (North Adriatic Sea)

Advisor: Dr. Paola Del Negro

Co-advisor: Dr. Michele Giani

 

2011 - Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale (OGS),Trieste, Italy

Post graduate fellowship on marine carbon cycle in the framework of MedSea project.

PI: Dr. Cinzia De Vittor, Dr. Paola Del Negro, Dr. Michele Giani.

 

2009 - University of Salento, Lecce, Italy

Master degree (110/110 cum laude) in Ecology at the Marine Biology Laboratory and Center for Dating and Diagnostics (CEDAD).

Thesis: The zooplankton cyst bank in the marine sediment of the bay of Vlora (Albania)

Advisor: Prof. Genuario Belmonte

Co-advisor: Prof. Lucio Calcagnile

 

2007 - University of Salento, Lecce, Italy

Bachelor degree (110/110 cum laude) in Biology at the Marine Biology Laboratory and Center for Dating and Diagnostics (CEDAD)

Thesis: Biogenic stalactites in submarine caves at the Cape of Otranto (SE Italy): dating and hypothesis on their formation

Advisor: Prof. Genuario Belmonte

Co-advisor: Prof. Lucio Calcagnile

Capacità e interessi: 

Research activities are focused on the acidification of marine coastal waters induced by the strong uptake of anthropogenic CO2. In particular the studies concerning the carbonate system of the Gulf of Trieste (North Adriatic Sea), and how the physical, chemical and biological properties of this area affect the marine inorganic carbon cycle. The research also try to evaluate the local uptake and sink of anthropogenic CO2 during dense water formation, in order to understand the role of North Adriatic for the transfer of CO2 enriched waters into the deep of the Mediterranean Sea.

Major projects: 

MEDSEA: MEDiterranean SEa Acidification in a changing climate

ECO2: Sub-seabed CO2 Storage: Impact on Marine Ecosystems

RISCS: Research into Impacts and Safety in CO2 Storage