Valentino Casolo, Francesco Boscutti, Fabio Bozzato, Giada Bonaldo e Angelo Vianello
The limestone S. Giuseppe Quarry, in Trieste Karst, has been recently restored and chosen to establish a model method for vegetation monitoring focused on wild plant adaptations in the rehabilitation habitats. In particular, plant ability in reconstituting different vegetation types typical of the Karst landscape, were studied. The aim of this work was to define a monitoring method able to: i) study the succession stages of vegetation; ii) improve restoration management for best practices in limestone quarries.
(La pubblicazione è la versione in inglese del volume La diversità floristica nella cava S. Giuseppe di Basovizza presente in questa collana.)
Plant biology researcher at the University of Udine, where he teaches geobotany. One of the main research studies concern the adaptation of wild plant to the environmental stresses.
Botany researcher at the Zurich University of Applied Sciences. He is involved in projects dealing with biodiversity and residual wilderness in natural and human made environments.
Graduated in Forestry at the University of Padua. Interested in environmental problems, he follows the rehabilitation policies and projects for Italcementi Group.
Graduated in Environmental Sciences at the Udine University. Presently she is attending master degree course in Natural Science at the University of Padua.
Full professor of Plant Biochemistry at the University of Udine, he is author of more than 100 scientific papers and reviews in international journals. Presently, he teaches Plant Biology and Plant Morphology and Taxonomy.