Salvatori Rosamaria

Salvatori Rosamaria Graduated in Geological Sciences (1981), obtained her PhD in Earth Sciences (1987) at the University of Rome La Sapienza. She started her scientific activity at CNR during her PhD and in 2001 become senior researcher at CNR-IIA. In 2019, she joined the CNR-Institute of Polar Science. She is Adjunct Professor in Remote Sensing and GIS at the Dept. of Ecobiology (University of Roma Sapienza) since 2011.
Scientific interests: environmental studies, at local and global scale, in Polar and Mediterranean areas using multi-sensor and multi-platform remote sensing images; geostatistical analysis of environmental data and thematic cartography in GIS environment.
Her research activity is focused on the study of the spectroradiometric properties of natural surfaces (from Visible to Thermal Infrared range) aimed to the interpretation and analysis of products deriving from Earth Observation.
Since 1997, she was involved in field surveys in Polar Regions (Antarctica and Arctic) to study the radiometric properties of snow and ice, and the interactions at snow/air/soil interface.

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