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Name: Nazzareno Diodato
Member Since: July 15th, 2008
Member Name: Nazzareno.diodato

Met European Research Observatory


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Nazzareno Diodato was born in Benevento, Italy in 1966 and was educated at the University of Naples "Federico II" where he received five years of education in Urban and Landscape Planning. Thereafter he conducted graduate studies at the several International Schools on GIS and Earth Sciences. Between 2008 and 2010 he was titled to the Fellow degree by Royal Meteorological Society. On 2009 Mr Diodato was regarded Member of the Scientific and Technical Committees-Editorial Review Boards at the World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology. Currently Mr Diodato is a Geoscientist at the Met European Research Observatory (MetEROBS). Established in 1986, MetEROBS is an accredited observational supersite, awarded in 2011 as Laureate by the ComputerWorld Honors Program ComputerWorld Honors Program.

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Research Interests

• GIS–Geostatistics, Logistic Regressions, Neural Networks and Wavelet Power Spectrum filtering • Meteorology, Climatology and Hydro-geomorphology • Landscape–Climate Interactions • Environmental Hazard Assessment and Decision Making


Awards and Fellowships

  1. Fellow – WAAS – World Academy of Art & Science, 2010
  2. Publishing Contributions Award – AESE Association of Earth Science Editors, 2010
  3. Research Award – DEG – Research Award recognized by Division of Environmental Geoscience (DEG), American Association of Petroleum Geologist, Colorado, 2009
  4. Fellow – FISQEM recognized by International Safety Quality Environment Association, 2009

Membership in Committee and Scientific Groups

  1. AGU – American Geophysical Union
  2. MedCLIVAR – International Programme, by CLIVAR and ESF
  3. CEM-IUCN – Commission on Ecosystem Management of International Union for Conservation of Nature
  4. CGAM-ICA – Commission on Geospatial Analysis and Modeling of International Cartographic Association
  5. DIG/GEWEX – DIG-Global Energy and Water Cycle Experiment (WCRP–WMO), Drought Interest Group
  6. GEM-IUGS – Commission on Geosciences for Environmental Management