Lavinia Maria Stancampiano

Lavinia Maria Stancampiano
Eni SpA

Doctor of Philosophy


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Additional affiliations
January 2018 - August 2021
Heriot-Watt University
  • PhD Student
September 2016 - February 2017
Complutense University of Madrid
Field of study
  • Erasmus Master Student in Geology
September 2015 - October 2017
University of Milan
Field of study
  • Earth Sciences
September 2014 - February 2015
Universite Pierre et Marie Currie Paris vi
Field of study
  • Erasmus Undergraduate Student in Geology


Publications (6)
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The Jurassic stratigraphic succession of the Lombardy Basin (Southern Alps) is part of the southern Tethys passive continental margin. A Late Triassic-Early Jurassic rifting phase resulted in regional bathymetric differentiation vis-à-vis deep basins and structural highs. Outcrops of Jurassic sections at Colle di Sogno remain undisturbed, and inclu...
Conference Paper
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In this study, we focus on a newly discovered Early Pleistocene archaeological site – AGS (Alberto Gómez Site) – at Olduvai Gorge in Northeast Africa to identify coeval landscape resources via a multi-proxy perspective. We explore the distribution of four major compound classes (n-alkanes, n-alcohols, n-alkanoic acids, and sterols) and leaf-wax δ13...
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Outstanding questions about human evolution include systematic connections between critical landscape resources—such as water and food—and how these shaped the competitive and biodiverse environment(s) that our ancestors inhabited. Here, we report fossil n-alkyl lipid biomarkers and their associated δ13C values across a newly discovered Olduvai Gor...
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Humic substances play empirically several essential functions in biogeochemical cycles such as storage of carbon, pollutants, nutrients, and water, yet the underlying mechanisms remain poorly known because their precise molecular structure is largely unknown so far. Here, we extracted humic substances from biomass waste of bell pepper, fennel, arti...
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Among the outstanding questions about the emergence of human-controlled fire is the systematic recurrence between the geochemical remains of fire and its preservation in the archaeological record, as the use of fire is considered a technological landmark, especially for its importance in food cooking, defensive strategies, and heating. Here we repo...


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