Claudio ArtoniUniversità degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca | UNIMIB · Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences
Studying snow for snowpack stability and climate change impacts and adaptations.
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Technical manager of the EuroCold laboratory. PhD student in Polar Sciences working on snow and ice cores from Arctic, Antarctica and Alps. Avalanche instructor of the Italian Avalanche Service and professional member of the American Avalanche Association.
September 2019 - present
As part of the “East Antarctic International Ice Sheet Traverse” (EAIIST) project, surface snow and snow pit samples were collected along a traverse from Dome C toward the geographic South Pole during the 2019–2020 Antarctic campaign. Results on spatial distribution of major ions are here reported to understand deposition and post deposition proces...
Introduction: The International Commission for Mountain Emergency Medicine (ICAR MedCom) developed updated recommendations for the management of avalanche victims. Methods: ICAR MedCom created Population Intervention Comparator Outcome (PICO) questions and conducted a scoping review of the literature. We evaluated and graded the evidence using t...
We describe an optical approach based on Digital Holography for single-particle characterization of mineral dust and micrometric particles, focusing on the analysis of airborne particles in meltwater from Antarctic ice cores. We record the holograms formed by the superposition of the transilluminating reference beam and the waves scattered by singl...
The OPTICE project aims at studying the optical properties of airborne dust in snow and ice cores. The project is focused on determining the extinction and absorption cross sections of the solid particles. Dust can affect the snowpack reducing the albedo and it can lead the methamorphism and the formation of hoar crystals weak layers. For these rea...
In this work, calcareous nannofossils are identified for the first time in the uppermost Triassic sequence of the Lombardy Basin (Southern Calcareous Alps, Italy). Two zones are recognized, namely the NT2b (latest Triassic) and the NJT1 (earliest Jurassic). Two species resulted to be good markers to constrain the TJB interval: Prinsiosphaera triass...