Alessia Masi


Titolo Pubblicato in Anno
The recent evolution of the salt marsh ‘Pantano Grande’ (NE Sicily, Italy). Interplay between natural and human activity over the last 3700 years JOURNAL OF QUATERNARY SCIENCE 2024
NYMPHA - Microalgae polysaccharides for cultural heritage preservation TMM-CH 2023 3rd International Conference on Transdisciplinary Multispectral Modelling and Cooperation for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage. Recapturing the World in Conflict through Culture promoting mutual understanding and Peace 2023
Climatic and hydrological impacts on a coastal subsiding plain: The case of Sybaris Plain XXI INQUA congress time for change 2023
An Environmental and Climate History of the Roman Expansion in Italy JOURNAL OF INTERDISCIPLINARY HISTORY 2023
The first extensive study of an Imperial Roman Garden in the city of Rome: the Horti Lamiani VEGETATION HISTORY AND ARCHAEOBOTANY 2023
Landscape evolution in Central Macedonia (Greece) during the last two millennia 21st Congress of the International Union for Quaternary Research 2023
Pollen Records, Postglacial | Southern Europe Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences 2023
Development of environmentally-friendly biocidal systems based on chitosan-nanoparticles loaded with R-(+)-pulegone to protect wood from fungal attack Technart2023 non-destructive and microanalytical techniques in art and cultural heritage. Book of Abstracts 2023
Sviluppo di nanosistemi sostenibili per l’incapsulamento di oli essenziali e dei loro principi attivi per la conservazione dei beni culturali di origine lignea NATURAL 1 2023
Palynological evidence of climatic variability and reforestation in Italy during the Little Ice Age (LIA) Abstracts - keynote lectures, communications, posters. 118° Congresso della Società Botanica Italiana - IX International Plant Science Conference (IPSC) 2023
The pollen record from Grotta Romanelli (Apulia, Italy). New insight for the Late Pleistocene Mediterranean vegetation and plant use REVIEW OF PALAEOBOTANY AND PALYNOLOGY 2022
Palaeoecological data indicates land-use changes across Europe linked to spatial heterogeneity in mortality during the Black Death pandemic NATURE ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION 2022
Holocene hydroclimatic changes in northern Peloponnese (Greece) inferred from the multiproxy record of Lake Lousoi WATER 2022
Reply to ‘Reduction in grain pollen indicates population decline, but not necessarily Black Death mortality’ NATURE ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION 2022
Mid-late Holocene vegetation history of the Argive Plain (Peloponnese, Greece) as inferred from a pollen record from ancient Lake Lerna PLOS ONE 2022
Holocene palaeoenvironmental and human settlement evolution in the southern margin of the Salpi lagoon, Tavoliere coastal plain (Apulia, Southern Italy) QUATERNARY INTERNATIONAL 2022
Landscape response to dynamic human pressure in the Paliouras lagoon, Halkidiki peninsula, Macedonia, Greece QUATERNARY 2022
Nanoparticelle di chitosano caricate con pulegone, un sistema alternativo di protezione antimicotica per la conservazione delle opere d’arte lignee Atti del III° Convegno Annuale del Centro di Eccellenza - DTC Lazio 2022
L’émergence d’une histoire environnementale interdisciplinaire Une approche conjointe de l’Holocène tardif ANNALES 2022
Landscape evolution of the Paliouras Lagoon in Greece during the last 4000 years 5th MedPalyos Symposium 16th AIA Congress. Abstracts Book 2022


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Interessi di ricerca

Alessia Masi è una archeobotanica e si occupa principalmente di cambiamenti climatici e impatto antropico nell'area mediterranea. I temi principali della sua ricerca sono: la palinologia dell'area mediterranea sopratutto per l'Olocene, lo studio dei resti vegetali provenienti da contesti archeologici e l'analisi degli isotopi stabili di resti vegetali per lo studio dei cambiamenti climatici e delle pratiche agricole di antiche popolazioni.


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