Davide Bertoni

Davide Bertoni
Università degli Studi di Torino | UNITO · Department of Physics

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The Museum of Physics (University of Turin) was established in 2009 and displays scientific instruments dating from the early 1700s. A monitoring microclimatic campaign has been performed in an exposing hall that houses also part of the collection of the Library of the Department of Physics. The measurements were made using 11 thermo-hygrometers du...
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Grapevine environment has been studied, in recent years, to provide useful information to support and improve crop management and wine–making. In order to investigate vineyards micrometeorological factors and microclimate, an experimental campaign was carried out during the 2008, 2009 and 2010 vegetative seasons in three Piedmontese vineyards, each...
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The paper summarizes the preliminary results from the analysis of data collected during the 2008 and 2009 vegetative seasons in a northern Italy vineyard (Vitis vinifera L., Barbera variety) and the simulations carried out in the same period with the land surface model UTOPIA. The aim of the work is to study the influence of the meteorological fact...
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The vine (Vitis vinifera L.) constitutes one of the most important Italian products. Despite many other studies aimed to develop tools for managing the vineyards and improving the features and the quality of the wine, this study involves for the first time interdisciplinary fields with strong links and interconnections, stressing the collaboration...
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With the intention of identifying and monitoring space and time patterns of carbon dioxide sources and sinks, the seasonal fields of atmospheric CO 2 concentration over an area covering Europe, the Boreal Atlantic, and North Africa have been computed by using CO 2 observations measured at one or two remote sites in conjunction with the backward air...
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A land surface model (LSPM), developed at the Turin University, has been applied on a polar region site: Hells Gate, Terra Nova Bay, Antarctica. The model simulates the surface energy balance and the ice temperature at different levels. In order to verify the simulation results, the outputs of LSPM (such as sensible and latent heat fluxes) have bee...
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We discuss a series of laboratory experiments on the dynamics of long-lived coherent vortices in rapidly rotating flows. The experiments have been carried out on the "Coriolis" large-scale rotating platform (14 m of diameter) of the LEGI-IMG in Grenoble (France), with the aim of understanding a) how vortices evolve; and b) how to characterize the v...
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Within the framework of scientific activities of the Italian Antarctic Expedition at Terra Nova Bay (74° 41’ 42”S, 164° 7’ 23”E) during the southern-summer of 1994–95, an uninterrupted three week programme of measurement of sensible and latent turbulent heat fluxes has been run at two locations, 5 km apart from each other, of Hells Gate ice shelf (...
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