Studying through the Bologna process. Over the last decades, the traditional approach to policy reforms as linear processes and its vocabularies of dichotomy structure-actor, cause-effect, action-reaction etc. Full Text Available A textural and geochemical characterization of sediments from the Sacca di Goro lagoon floor has been performed in order to evaluate the present day granulometric distribution and the geochemical budget with respect to literature values. Results show that the present day superficial sediment are coarser in grain size with respect to those studied in the past, in turn implying lower concentrations of Potentially Toxic Elements PTE.
PTE enrichments miming those observed 20 years ago are recorded only locally, in connection with parallel increase of fine fraction and organic matter. Traces of Cu, V and Pb have been also found in the shells of farmed Manila clam Ruditapes Philippinarum collected within the sediment samples, suggesting PTE bioavailability and accumulation. The comparison of the results with literature data highlights that PTE contents of the Sacca di Goro lagoon deserve more frequent and systematic monitoring both for the high hydrodynamicity of this environment and for the high anthropogenic impact.
The analysis of metals in Manila clam shells has a twofold purpose because it represents a further biomarker of the ecosystem, and also provide a geochemical fingerprint of the local shellfish production that could help the traceability in the market, and discrimination from shellfish produced in other area that are not properly controlled from the sanitary point of view. Sugli obiettivi di una riforma tributaria in Italia. The aims of a taxation reform in Italy. Full Text Available The drawbacks and deficiencies of the Italian fiscal system have become such and so many that a structural revision is urgent both concerning legislation and the organisation of the tax system.
The first aim of a reform must be to make the system clear and simple. Secondly, the progressiveness of the system must be announced. Third, the fiscal system should become an instrument of economic planning. The paper puts forward a reform proposal and draws a set of priorities for the reorganisation of fiscal structures and jurisdictions in Italy. A palynological investigation reveals important changes in the vegetation due to anthropogenic pressure.
Between ca. The establishment of the pile-dwelling, dated to ca. According to AMS dates and previous archaeological chronologies, the pile-dwelling persisted for about years from ca. The history of the pile-dwelling after ca. Rarefaction analysis was applied to estimate changes of palynological richness through time: the highest E Tn between 56 and 69 taxa are contemporaneous with the local development of the pile-dwelling.
The comparison of pollen data with archaeobotanical evidence indicates that Fragaria vesca, Malus sylvestris, Papaver somniferum and Physalis alkekengi were gathered at some distance from the site and that Linum usitatissimum is strongly under-represented in pollen samples. Crop cultivation can be estimated for a radius of several hundred metres around the mire. An extensive set of dinosaur prints were discovered a few years ago and are now the subject of ichnological and paleobiological studies. The prints which are described in present short note are believed to represent the right and left foot of the same individual, set in a side-by-side, sub-parallel, sitting posture.
The prints can be classified as Anomoepus Hitchcock By contrast, the prints found at Lavini di Marco differ from the Anomoepus found in central-east Europe. These characters would seem to confirm the Gondwanic origins of the Rovereto ichnofauna as previously supposed from the study of other taxa. This paper starts with an analysis of two contemporary typologies of travel book — the erudite collection and meta-travel — and intends to explore the main features of Un viaggio in Italia by Guido Ceronetti.
The result of this travel book is a complex report that illustrates the lost richness of the. The present report describes the methodology and the main results of an environmental study aimed at the selection of the optimal sites for incineration plant of Refuse Derived Fuel RDF and the associated waste disposal landfill, in a defined territory. In essence, the methodology takes into account both the major and extant descriptive elements of the environment under scrutiny, and the project main elements of the proposed plant.
Additionally, considerations were included regarding the location of all the segments of the entire disposal plant, particularly the disposal landfill which is usually responsible for the greatest environmental impact. Finally, the results were compared with the limits indicated by the present regulations. Similar methods, were previously applied to different territories, and are still in progress. In order to estimate the fate of the air bone discharges from the incinerator into the selected potential area, a meteorological and diffusive study was undertaken to calculate the average annual levels by depositions on ground through dry and wet mechanisms.
By comparison with the regulatory limits imposed to the stack emissions by the EEC Directives, the calculated ground level depositions were considerably lower. By taking into account a number of environmental features such as the subjection of water-bearing layers, low risk of modification of ecological processes, low impact on the agricultural activities , of logistic reasons large average extension to allow the location of all plants , and socio-economic elements presence of large industrial plants, lower density of housing distribution , 14 sub-areas were identified and selected, mainly concentrated in the central.
Full Text Available During the italian Risorgimento and unification periods there was a link between the idea of national unity, the exploitation of urban identities and archeology, in particular the archeology of sites belonging to inhabitance of Italy in pre-Roman times. This paper analyzes the discovery of the Etruscans in Bologna and the consequences with respect to the foundation of the "Museo Civico Archeologico" Civic Archaeological Museum, known as a major achievement in the city's history, which is aimed at defining and recovering an urban identity according to the the project of national unity.
A multi-disciplinary approach to study coastal complex landslides: the case of Torino di Sangro Central Italy. This work illustrates the studies carried out on a complex landslide phenomenon between the Sangro and Osento River's mouths, near Torino di Sangro village in Southern Abruzzo Region Italy.
The Torino di Sangro case study can be regarded as representative of many large landslides distributed along the central Adriatic coast e. The main controlling factors of these large and deep-seated landslides are still debated. From the geological and geomorphological viewpoint, the central Adriatic coast is characterized by a low-relief landscape mesa carved on clay-sandstone-conglomerate bedrock belonging to the Upper Pliocene - Lower Pleistocene marine deposits and locally to the Middle Pleistocene marine to continental transitional deposits.
This high coast is widely affected by slope instability rock falls, rotational, complex and shallow landslides on both active and inactive sea cliffs, the first being mainly affected by wave-cut erosion and the latter influenced by heavy rainfall and changes of pore pressure. The main landslide has the typical characteristics of a deep-seated gravitation deformation.
The landslide study was based on a multidisciplinary approach including: 1 definition and GIS mapping of geology and geomorphology factors slope, aspect, topographic curvature, bedrock lithology, near-surface deposits, deposit thickness and land use , by means of DTM processing, multi-temporal analysis, and large-scale geomorphological field survey; 2 monitoring system in the landslide; 3 application of empiric models for the analysis of unstable sandstone-conglomerate escarpments; 4 slope stability analysis performed using a.
Analysis of quality life in two factories of Civita Castellana pottery district Italy ; Percezione delle condizioni ambientali di lavoro e di vita degli addetti di due aziende di manufatti ceramici del comprensorio di Civita Castellana. Area Energia Ambiente e Salute. The aim of this research is the analysis of job satisfaction and quality of life in two of the most important representative factories of Civita Castellana pottery district located near Rome Italy.
The structured interviews in-table-ware 17 women and 55 men; in sanitary-ware 30 men and 1 woman emphasize the experience at work, the opinions and attitudes about it and the style of life. The results obtained confirm the different Organizational Constraint OC in the two factories that have various degrees of technology innovation.
Nevertheless the workers who were interviewed show high job satisfaction and high degree of life: This incongruence is dealt with in this work. Methane emissions from sanitary landfills in Italy. Evaluation and forecasting; Le emissioni di metano dalle discariche di rifiuti in Italia: stima e scenari futuri. Colombari, F. The report estimates the methane emissions from landfills by three different methodologies derived from IPCC experiences. A detailed evaluation of solid waste production MSW composition is shown in order to update results obtained from old researches.
Finally it shows a prediction of MSW production from to in different scenarios related to MSW management strategies.enter site
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Riporta infine per il periodo , la stima della produzione e dello smaltimento dei rifiuti e la predisposizione di diversi scenari futuri di emissione del metano, relativi a differenti scelte all'interno del sistema di gestione dei rifiuti. Two hundred and thirty three spawning sites original and 66 derived from literature, and 11 amphibian species were found. Reproductive activity was recorded for Salamandra salamandra, Salamandrina terdigitata, Triturus carnifex, Lissotriton italicus, Bufo bufo, Hyla intermedia, Rana italica, Rana dalmatina and Pelophylax synkl.
The distribution record of many species is widely improved with respect to bibliographic data. Aligning seminars with Bologna requirements. Changes in public policy, such as the Bologna Process, require students to be equipped with multifunctional competencies to master relevant tasks in unfamiliar situations. Achieving this goal might imply a change in many curricula toward deeper learning.
As a didactical means to achieve deep Our study presents results from the introduction of RPT in a large Based on these findings, the authors also offer guidelines regarding how to implement RPT and how to overcome barriers Gregorio Magno faulted basin Southern Italy. A dataset from 11 soundings, distributed along a nearly N-S m long profile, was acquired in the basin's easternmost area, where the fewest data are available as to the faulting shallow features. A preliminary skew analysis allowed a prevailing 2D nature of the dataset to be ascertained.
Then, using a single-site multi-frequency approach, Dantzig's simplex algorithm was introduced for the first time to estimate the CSAMT decomposition parameters. The simplex algorithm, freely available online, proved to be fast and efficient. A 2D inversion of the apparent resistivity and phase curves at seven almost noise-free sites distributed along the central portion of the profile was finally elaborated, reinforced by a sensitivity analysis, which allowed the best resolved portion of the model to be imaged from the first few meters of depth down to a mean depth of m b.
Environmental quality evaluation. Indexing tools to evaluate environmental quality from biological data, floristic and vegetational data in Ponte Galeria Rome, Italy ; Rappresentazione sintetica della qualita' ambientale attraverso l'integrazione di indici floristici e vegetazionali: il caso di Macchia Grande di Ponte Galeria Roma. Mazzocchi, F. In the present work the study of indexing tools to evaluate environmental quality from biological data has been performed using a certain number of floristic and vegetational indices near Macchia Grande of Ponte Galeria Rome, Italy.
The indices have been applied on the basis of the data coming from a phyto sociological study of the area. Multivariate statistics methodologies have been utilized to obtain a synthetic evaluation of the indices. Sono state analizzate le proprieta' espresse dagli indici come singole entita' ed in particolare le principali tendenze di variazione rispetto alla variazione di qualita' delle unita' ambientali e della loro integrabilita' reciproca.
Sono state inoltre utilizzate le metodologie dell'analisi multivariata. ABS 1. Pugni et al. Paladini et al. Boni et al. Di Nicola et al. Use of donor human milk in nicu: is donor milk competing with breastfeeding or supporting it? Zappu et al. Human breast milk vs formula milk. Is 1H-nmr metabolomics able to help to find the right formula? Noto et al. Lussu et al. Gibo et al. A non-invasive approach to characterize epileptic children born elbw compared to. The island of Lipari Aeolian archipelago, Italy.
Preliminary distribution and evaluation of the significative elements pertaining to the environmental, floristic and faunistic patrimony; Distribuzione e valutazione preliminare di biotipi, flora e fauna: l'Isola di Lipari Arcipelago Eoliano. Vengono discussi alcuni aspetti significativi connessi all'importanza della conservazione degli habitat dell'isola, con riferimento alle problematiche della futura riserva. Frankfurter, frank, furter, hot-dog, wiener, vienna, bologna , garlic bologna , knockwurst and similar cooked Monitoring the Lavina di Roncovetro RE, Italy landslide by integrating traditional monitoring systems and multiple high-resolution topographic datasets.
It extends from the top of Mount Staffola down to the Tassobbio River. The landslide started between the middle and the end of the XIX century and since then it has had a rapid evolution mainly characterized by the rapid retrogression of the crown to the extent that now reaches the top of Mount Staffola. In the last 20 years, about , m3 of bedrock descended from the main scarp into the landslide body. In addition, an airborne LIDAR survey and a photographic acquisition from a small aircraft were carried out on April and October , respectively.
The traditional monitoring system consists of a terrestrial laser scanning TLS survey and a robotized total station RTS. TLS acquisitions have focused on the upper and more active sector of the earthflow and were carried out since May By comparing TLS data taken at different times, the general deformational field of the landslide can be reconstructed and the displacements affecting the retaining structures built on the landslide crown quantified.
Three high-resolution photogrammetric surveys performed using an UAV were carried out on November , July and January Starting from the acquired photos and applying photogrammetry and Structure From Motion SFM algorithms integrated in the Photoscan Agisoft software, the high-resolution 3D models of the. The carrying out process of Kyoto Protocol in Italy. Methods, scenarios and policy evaluation; Il processo di attuazione del Protocollo di Kyoto in Italia.
Metodi, scenari e valutazione di politiche e misure. Menna, P. This paper reports some technical contributes related to the Kyoto Protocol and its application in Italian decision making policy. Questa fotografia di una situazione in rapida evoluzione e' stata preparata da esperti del settore che contribuiscono a redigere il materiale tecnico di base utilizzato dai negoziatori nazionali durante le trattative internazionali e dai responsabili nazionali per avviare il processo di presa di decisioni in materia.
Full Text Available The restraining order issued by the Chief of Police is a legal instrument that is used to protect the victim of stalking with the aim of dissuading the stalker from doing more persecutory acts. Neither executive decrees nor circulars are issued yet to define an equal national application procedure. Emilio Pasquini, ed. Per i anni della Commissione per i testi di lingua. ISBN: Climate and landscape in Italy during Late Epigravettian.
The site of Riparo Tagliente north-eastern Italy contains one of the main Upper Pleistocene archaeological sequences of south-western Europe. It also represents a key site for the study of human adaptation to Late Glacial environmental changes in the southern Alpine area. These climatic and environmental conditions are here reconstructed based on small mammal assemblages, using the Bioclimatic model and Habitat Weighting methods. By comparing the data obtained from Riparo Tagliente with other coeval small mammal faunas from the Italian Peninsula and Europe we contribute to the reconstruction of the processes of faunal renewal registered during the Late Glacial across the continent and of the climatic and environmental context in which the Late Epigravettian hunter-gatherer groups lived.
Full Text Available This paper addresses the role of ethical consumers in the transition process towards a sustainable food supply.
The questions that immediately come to mind are: can the consumers put changes in motion in the established food supply regime? Which are the mechanisms hindering a transition driven by consumers? In order to answer to these questions we analyse the case of Gruppi di Acquisto Solidale Solidarity Purchasing Groups in Italy , as a support for a broader reflection to the topic.
The growing dissatisfaction with the established food supply, dominated by the duopoly supermarket-global food supplier, has driven a few pioneers to search for new solutions. In the case of Italy , consumers have organized themselves into informal networks, in order to purchase quality food together from local farmers. They are motivated by the meeting of social, ethical and environmental needs providing sustainable food and support local farmers which were not served in the beginning by incumbent firms and they operate in the social economy as community groups.
The origins of psychology in Italy : Themes and authors that emerge through a content analysis of the Rivista di Filosofia Scientifica [Journal of Scientific Philosophy]. This article examines the scientific-cultural context of the second half of the s, during which psychological science emerged in Italy. The article explores the contribution made by the emergence of the primary research traditions of that period, namely, physiological anthropology and phreniatry, by means of a methodology that combines content analysis with a classical historiographical study of the period.
Themes and authors deriving from the various disciplines in the human and natural sciences were identified through a content analysis of the Rivista di Filosofia Scientifica [Journal of Scientific Philosophy], a periodical that is representative of Italian positivism. The analysis highlights the epistemological perspective held by scholars who, distancing themselves from the mechanistic reductionism of the proponents of positivism, integrated a naturalistic and evolutionary conceptualization with the neo-Kantian critique. A clearly delineated naturalistic and differential perspective of scientific research that brought about the birth of psychology as an experimental discipline in Italy in the s emerges from the analysis, including psychology and psychopathology as studied by the phreniatrists Gabriele Buccola, Enrico Morselli, and Eugenio Tanzi; Tito Vignoli and Giuseppe Sergi's work in comparative anthropology; Giulio Fano's approach and contribution to physiology; and Enrico Ferri's contribution to criminology.
Internal and atmospheric contamination measurament by means of whole body counter performed up to Internal contamination data are related to persons coming from European countries mainly the USSR and Italy , measured in Bologna in the period May-Dicember , while the atmospheric contamination samplings were performed in Bologna during the first decade of May. Descriptions of the measurement methods, data analysis and the evaluation of the committed dose equivalent due to both inhalation and ingestion of radioactive contaminants are given. The last chapter reports an estimation of the possible trend of internal contamination due to Cs and Cs up to This report contains the AC's VLBI data analysis activities and shortly outlines the investigations into the co-locations of space geodetic instruments.
Interactions between soil consumption and archaeological heritage: spatial analysis for hydrogeological risk evaluation and urban sprawl in the Tavoliere di Puglia southern Italy. The soil consumption is a complex phenomenon because it is due to different causes and it also produces many consequences on landscape and related human activities.
In low-relief areas of the Mediterranean regions such as the foredeep of the southern Italian chain, alluvional processes and flooding can play an important role on the amount of available soil, especially if one consider the recent climate changes and the recurrence of extreme events. Moreover the uncontrolled growth of the cities is a cause of soil consumption too. Consequently occurrence of flood events in low-relief areas, erosion processes and urban sprawl have a strong impact on agricultural activities and real estate market, but also in research activities about archaeological heritage, with the risk to loose signs of the past.
To consider this phenomenon from a spatial point of view is essential to determine protection policies, but it is nowadays still a problem. In this contribution, we performed a detailed study of the geological and geomorphological features of the drainage network of the Tavoliere di Puglia plain in order to investigate erosional and depositional processes.
GIS-supported statistical analysis of the drainage network features allow us to compile a map of the hydrogeological hazard . The map has been used as a basic tool useful to consider areal distribution in soil consumption coming from alluvional processes, erosional phenomena and the urban sprawl of the Tavoliere di Puglia plain Southern Italy. Moreover, we investigated the relationships between sectors of the Tavoliere di Puglia plain featured by higher hydrogeological risk and archaeological sensibility areas, such as places with existing or with not yet discovered archaeological sites or areas characterized by crop marks .
International Student Mobility and the Bologna Process. The Bologna Process is the newest of a chain of activities stimulated by supra-national actors since the s to challenge national borders in higher education in Europe. Now, the ministers in charge of higher education of the individual European countries have agreed to promote a similar cycle-structure of study programmes and programmes based…. An updated survey of globular clusters in M A spectroscopic metallicity scale for the Revised Bologna Catalog.
Also based on observations made with the G. A series of papers were presented dealing in particular with the respective legal positions of operators and constructors of nuclear power plants in Italy , the requirements and standards, national and international, imposed on users of radioactive materials and equipments. In addition, a series of conclusions are drawn from the Inter Jura' 75 Congress organised by the International Nuclear Law Association, as well as from the London Conference on Nuclear Insurance and Indemnity which dealt in detail with nuclear insurance problems for nuclear equipment and materials and their transport, in Europe and the United States.
Finally, it is made clear from the III Symposium on German Nuclear Law organised in Goettingen in that the Federal Republic of Germany is concentrating on further developing its nuclear legislation in step with nuclear developments, in particular regarding compensation for possible victims of a nuclear incident. Sub anno domini Prospettive educative per generare e ri-generare le rappresentazioni di genere.
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Profile of microbial communities on carbonate stones of the medieval church of San Leonardo di Siponto Italy by Illumina-based deep sequencing. Comprehensive studies of the biodiversity of the microbial epilithic community on monuments may provide critical insights for clarifying factors involved in the colonization processes. We carried out a high-throughput investigation of the communities colonizing the medieval church of San Leonardo di Siponto Italy by Illumina-based deep sequencing.
The metagenomic analysis of sequences revealed the presence of Archaea, Bacteria, and Eukarya. The predominant phylum was Actinobacteria, with the orders Actynomycetales and Rubrobacteriales, represented by the genera Pseudokineococcus, Sporichthya, Blastococcus, Arthrobacter, Geodermatophilus, Friedmanniella, Modestobacter, and Rubrobacter, respectively.
Cyanobacteria sequences showing strong similarity with an uncultured bacterium sequence were identified. The presence of the green algae Oocystaceae and Trebuxiaceae was revealed. The microbial diversity was explored at qualitative and quantitative levels, evaluating the richness the number of operational taxonomic units OTUs and the abundance of reads associated with each OTU. The rarefaction curves approached saturation, suggesting that the majority of OTUs were recovered.
The results highlighted a structured community, showing low diversity, made up of extremophile organisms adapted to desiccation and UV radiation. Notably, the microbiome appeared to be composed not only of microorganisms possibly involved in biodeterioration but also of carbonatogenic bacteria, such as those belonging to the genus Arthrobacter, which could be useful in bioconservation. Our investigation demonstrated that molecular tools, and in particular the easy-to-run next-generation sequencing, are powerful to perform a microbiological diagnosis in order to plan restoration and protection strategies.
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons residues in Gentile di maiale, a smoked meat product typical of some mountain areas in Latina province Central Italy. It is obtained from dehydration, salting, smoking and ripening of swine rectum. Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons detected in 8 samples of raw material swine rectum and samples of smoked gentile were: benzo[a]anthracene, chrisene, benzo[b]fluoranthene, benzo[k]fluoranthene, benzo[a] pyrene, benzo[a,h]anthracene.
Their residues were detected in all samples of finished product. According to first levels, in force until September , only 2 out of 8 samples exceeded legal limit.
According to the subsequent, more restrictive, limits all samples would be non-compliant. An improvement and a standardisation of traditional smoking procedures are recommended. The on-land marine Valle di Manche section Crotone Basin, Calabria, Southern Italy , one of the candidates to host the GSSP of the Middle Pleistocene ;Ionian; Stage, preserves a manifold record of independent chronological, paleoclimatic and stratigraphic proxies that permit a straightforward correlation with marine and terrestrial reference records at the global scale. In particular, the section holds an excellent record of the Matuyama-Brunhes magnetic reversal, which occurs in the midst of Marine Isotope Stage MIS We report on a complete revision of the section that improves dramatically the available dataset, especially in the stratigraphic interval straddling the Lower-Middle Pleistocene boundary.
We obtained an age of Since the section fulfills all the requirements to host the GSSP of the Ionian Stage, we propose that the boundary should be placed at the base of the ;Pitagora ash;, ca. Research mostly conducted in the UK and northern Europe has established that there are high rates of first-episode psychosis FEP in large cities and immigrant populations; moreover, psychosis has been found to be associated with cannabis use and early trauma.
The present study aimed to evaluate the incidence rate of FEP and the distribution of several risk factors e. Sociodemographic information, migration history and clinical data were collected through an ad-hoc schedule. The incidence was higher in young people, men and migrants MI. However, as in other studies, the incidence was higher in certain groups. This heterogeneity has implications for policy and mental health service development, and for understanding the aetiology of psychosis. Gidenne, L. Fortun-Lamothe, S. In addition, three sessions of oral communications on Reproduction and Genetics, Nutrition and Physiology, Welfare, Management, and Pathology were held.
Finally a Poster Session was through the two days. The meeting was attended by more than participants, including researchers and technicians from France, Spain, Hungary, Belgium and Switzerland. A total of 3 invited papers, 14 oral communications and 16 posters were presented during the congress.
Following the abstracts of all contributions are reported. Following this research line, the aim of this paper is twofold. In order to carry out this kind of empirical investigation, we have built up a new and original historical data set which, using statistical information drawn from the Italian Industrial Census carried out from to , provides data on the number of employees for 15 manufacturing industries and for 18 regions. Multidisciplinary research for the safe fruition of an active geosite: the Salse di Nirano mud volcanoes Northern Apennines, Italy.
Mud volcanoes are emissions of cold mud due to the ascent to the surface of salty and muddy waters mixed with gaseous methane and, in minor part, fluid hydrocarbons petroleum veils along faults and fractures. In the Northern Apennines mud volcanoes are closely linked to the active tectonic compression associated with thrusts of regional importance. They are mostly cone-shaped and show variable geometry and size, ranging from one to few metres, and are located in 19 sites in the northwestern part of the Apennines. Particularly noteworthy is the Nirano mud volcano field, located in the Fiorano Modenese district, which, with a surface area of approximately 75, m2, is one of the best developed and largest mud volcano field of the entire Italian territory and among the largest in Europe; it is thus protected as natural reserve Salse di Nirano since The Nirano mud volcanoes are found at the bottom of an elliptical depression, interpreted as a collapse-like structure caldera that may have developed in response to the deflation of a shallow mud chamber triggered by several ejections and evacuation of fluid sediments.
There are several individual or multiple cones within the field of the mud volcanoes of Nirano, with a rather discontinuous activity; apparatuses become dormant or even extinct whereas new vents can appear in other spots. In the research here presented about 50 vents have been mapped and few of them appeared in May The mud volcanoes of the region have been known since a long time and have always aroused great interest due to their outstanding scenic value, and, in the past the mud volcano emissions have been used in many ways.
Beside their cultural value, the mud volcanoes of the study area represent a tourist attractiveness as testified by the increasing number of visitors e. Numerous initiatives, targeted at various potential users, have been developed in the. Full Text Available Abstract From 1st. October to 31st. The mean density was 0. Significant differences resulted between the density found in the four altitudinal ranges: plain 0.
The highest densities were recorded in protected areas 0. Health risk assessment for the consumption of fresh and preserved fish Alosa agone from Lago di Como Northern Italy. As these contaminants are still present in aquatic ecosystems, fish can be an important contributor to their total dietary intake. Alosa agone specimens were sampled over a period of 10 years from to to provide a representative overview of the DDT and PCB levels of Lago di Como, a deep Italian lake where a DDT input due to secondary sources was observed in recent years.
The potential health risk from the consumption of both fresh and preserved fish was evaluated. While DDT levels have generally decreased during the monitored period, reaching quite stable levels, PCB concentrations were variable, with values exceeding, in some cases, the European Union limit for human consumption and enabling potential carcinogenic effects.
However, typical local processing of this fish species markedly appeared to decrease these contaminant levels, thus making the fish product called missoltino a safer food. The results of this work highlighted the need of continuous biomonitoring of those contaminants considered a past issue along with the emergent ones. All rights reserved. How far has Bologna contributed to firming up the views academia, management and students have of the EHEA?
The article is based on a survey administered across four systems of higher education in Finland has performed, as one of the first Bologna countries, a national evaluation of the outcomes of the implementation of the Bologna process. The evaluation was organized by the Finnish Higher Education Evaluation Council and performed by an independent expert group during In general, the reform was conceived as a significant development….
The aim of the collaboration is to give students studying Italian at the Ludwig- Maximilians-University in Munich and students studying German at the University of Bologna the opportunity to experience interculturality through…. Ammonoids collected in these localities belong to three biostratigraphic units: regoledanus, canadensis and aon subzones. Regoledanus Subzone: the north American species Zestoceras enode is most probably documented in this biostratigraphic interval. Canadensis Subzone: the base is marked by the first appearance of Daxatina canadensis, and at least, another north American species, Daxatina laubei, seems to be present.
Two species of Zestoceras were found: Z. Two species of Trachyceras, distinct from T. These species predate the first appearance of Trachyceras, justifying the canadensis Subzone to be included in the Carnian also on the basis of nomenclatural stability. Other significant taxa of this subzone are Rossiceras?
Aon Subzone: the ammonoid fauna of this subzone is extensively treated in existing literature and thus not further discussed. Taxonomical notes and stratigraphic consequences: the new subfamily Anolcitinae family Trachyceratidae is erected. At present, Frankites regoledanus, F. A have been recognized in the Southern Alps. The lectotype of Ammonites Trachyceras? Regoledanus was defined. The latter species is exclusive of the regoledanus Subzone, whereas the. High-resolution palaeomagnetic and rock magnetic investigations on the Valle di Manche section Crotone Basin, Calabria, Southern Italy provide a detailed record of the Matuyama-Brunhes M-B reversal that, to our best knowledge, is the only available record of the last geomagnetic reversal for the Mediterranean on-land marine stratigraphy.
Demagnetization analyses indicate a stable palaeomagnetic behaviour throughout the section for both normal and reversed polarity directions, with demagnetization vectors aligned toward the origin of Zijderveld diagrams after the removal of a small viscous low-coercivity remanence component. In the lower part of the studied interval, some samples acquired a spurious gyromagnetic remanent magnetization GRM during AF demagnetization in high fields. Rock magnetic analyses confirm that magnetite is the main magnetic carrier for all measured specimens, which also have an abundant paramagnetic fraction.
Only the lower part of the record, well below the M-B boundary, is characterized by a downward-increasing presence of iron sulphides greigite. According to our chronology, which is based on a robust, cross-validated age model, the final reverse-to-normal directional change of the M-B transition occurred at ca. Full Text Available The stratigraphy of clayey and sandy beds outcropping in Val di Pugna locality near Siena Tuscany, Italy celebrated for the past finds of fossil mammalian remains, is studied here.
The research is aimed to date and define the depositional environment of the sediments that yielded fossil bones of known provenance. Two sequences have been studied in detail; they are located near the hamlets of Ruffolo and Case il Poggio, where both marine and land mammal remains had been found. The integrated biostratigraphic analysis of the planktonic foraminifers and calcareous nannoplankton indicates that the deposits straddle the transition from the Zone MPL3 to MPL4 of the planktonic foraminifer biostratigraphic scale, which is correlated with the Reticulofenestra pseudoumbilicus Zone MNN Zone of the calcareous nannoplankton scale.
The sedimentary characters and the faunal content are suggestive of a progressively deepening marine environment, with a transition from upper shoreface deposits to lower shoreface-offshore deposits. The vertebrates include a cetacean Tusciziphis crispus and a sirenid Metaxyterium gervaisi amongst the marine mammals, while the land mammals are represented by a rhino Stephanorhinus jeanvireti and a bovid Alephis lyrix.
The sirenid remains are likely the only autochthonous elements because of their ecologic consistency with the depositional environment of the embedding sediments. The other fossil specimens are interpreted here as parts of decaying and floating carcasses that deposited their bones as they drifted away, inflated by decomposition gasses. The biostratigraphy of the sites permits to date the fossil bones. Noteworthy occurrences are those of Stephanorhinus jeanvireti and Alephis lyrix in levels correlated with Zone MN14, since they are usually reported in Zone MN16 and Zone MN15 assemblages, respectively.
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Gentile, A. PaganoLECT 9. Bertino, F. Giuliani, P. Di Nicola, M. Raia, A. CosciaLECT Benitz, Ph. SunshineLECT Fiocchi, S. MartinelliLECT Gente, R. Agostino, R. AufieriLECT Moretti, P. Papoff, F. MidullaLECT Decembrino, C. Achille, M. StronatiLECT PhD Dissertations Tesi di dottorato. Guido Antonioli Conservator pacis et iustitie. Bologna Process: Apply or Not Apply. Full Text Available There are lots of studies carried on education and training all over the world. Here, the main idea is designing and sustaining educational systems based on learning outcomes, student centered approaches, system evaluation and quality cycles rather than inputs.
Th e aim here is to have graduates who are world citizens open to change. In recent years, in parallel with the changes in the world, especially based on Bologna Process reforms, comprehensive studies such as National Qualifications Framework, ECTS credits, student exchange programs and quality assurance systems are carried out in Turkey. Challenges, problems and bureaucracy make diff icult to sustain these important studies. Create a cycle in order to ensure the sustainability of the quality of this work is the most important step. A university management and evaluation scheme is consisting of corporate figures such as student, academic staff , physical infrastructure and financial parameters, and process qualities for student achievement, scientific research and community share, and their results shaped by managerial and behavioral capability of the system.
Goals, objectives and performance in activities of individuals, departments and faculty of the universities are gett ing more important to identify and evaluate in certain periods. Th is challenging work having high bureaucracy strains university management and other stakeholders, and increases resistance to the quality processes.
Establishing systems to ensure the sustainable quality gains importance as understanding and implementing the change in the world. Operating these quality processes with a systematic approach based on web technologies will result in reduced work load, increased. The Tres Tabernae archeological site Cisterna di Latina, Italy : new evidence revealed through an integrated geophysical investigation. Within this project, broad research is being financed regarding the importance of the development of the main ancient merchant routes in this region. These various tasks include this integrated geophysical survey at the Tres Tabernae site, an ancient statio along the Appian way close to Latina, central Italy.
This was carried out using several techniques that are focused on the identification of buried archeological remains. The main goal of this investigation was to cover the area surrounding this partially excavated site to obtain a quick, but meaningful, result relating to the presence of interesting buried features.
For this, the geophysical techniques involved were frequency-domain electromagnetic induction, ground-penetrating radar, and magnetometry. To obtain the best results, these methods were optimized, taking into account the kind of structures involved and their relation to the environmental context. The combination of these different geophysical techniques shows good results, indicating the possible presence of new buried structures, such as walls, floors and a lead pipe. Ronsivalle, C. Diparimento di fisica; Lamanna, E.
Dipartimento di medicina sperimentale e clinica. In the last years there has been an increasing interest on IORT Intraoperative Radiation Therapy , also because of the development of dedicated accelerators. This technique represents a very effective oncological treatment consisting in delivering a single high dose on a tumour bed soon after surgery resection. In the following we present the proposal of development of a last generation IORT system based on the use of a linear accelerator with variable energy in the range MeV, operating in C band MHz. Respect to the accelerator used in the commercial IORT systems operating at a typical frequency of MHz S band limited to a maximum energy of 12 MeV, the use of a higher RF frequency allows an increase of the maximum energy.
This extends the use of the IORT technique to a wider field of tumors and an improvement of the system in terms of compactness and weight reduction. In addition the machine will be provided with a devoted absolute dosimetry system that will strongly simplify the procedures of dosimetric characterization. La diffusione di questa metodica e stata favorita dalla presenza sul mercato di acceleratori installabili direttamente in sala operatoria.
Come conseguenza di questa disponibilita sono emerse sia nuove esigenze legate alle particolari applicazioni cliniche, sia richieste di facilita di utilizzo e perfomances sempre piu sofisticate. Viene qui presentata una proposta di sviluppo di un sistema IORT di ultima generazione basato sull'utilizzo di un acceleratore lineare con. Viene qui presentata una proposta di sviluppo di un sistema IORT di ultima generazione basato sull'utilizzo di un acceleratore lineare con energia. The current paradigm for volcanic eruptions is that magma erupts from a deep magma reservoir through a volcanic conduit, typically modelled with fixed rigid geometries such as cylinders.
This simplistic view of a volcanic eruption does not account for the complex dynamics that usually characterise a large explosive event. Numerical simulations of magma flow in a conduit combined with volcanological and geological data, allow for the first description of a physics-based model of the feeding system evolution during a sustained phase of an explosive eruption. Information available from volcanology, petrology, and lithology studies was used as input data and as constraints for the model. In particular, Mass Discharge Rates MDRs assessed from volcanological methods were used as target values for numerical simulations.
The model solutions, which are non-unique, were constrained using geological and volcanological data, such as volume estimates and types of lithic components in the fall deposits. Three stable geometric configurations of the feeding system described assuming elliptical cross-section of variable dimensions were assessed for the Eruptive Units 2 and 3 EU2, EU3 , which form the magmatic Plinian phase of PdA eruption.
Marine ostracod turnover tracks orbitally forced palaeoenvironmental changes at the Lower-Middle Pleistocene transition: the case study of the Valle di Manche section Calabria, southern Italy. Ostracods, small crustaceans living in almost every aquatic depositional setting, are widely used in palaeoenvironmental reconstructions due to their well-known ecological sensitivity. A close connection between the composition of ostracod fauna and the Milankovitch climate-eustatic variability has been documented in several Plio-Pleistocene marine sections of the Central Mediterranean area.
The Valle di Manche section VdM; Calabria, southern Italy , one of the suitable candidates to host the Global Stratotype Section and Point GSSP of the Ionian Stage-Middle Pleistocene, represents an ideal venue where to investigate ostracod turnover in relation to orbitally forced palaeoenvironmental changes, being firmly constrained in time and well documented by a number of independent climatic proxy. A high-resolution, quantitative analysis of the ostracod fauna has been undertaken on the middle part of the VdM, ca. Within each cycle, a relatively thin, fining-upward transgressive muddy unit is overlain by gradually coarsening upward and more expanded regressive silty to sand packages.
A total of 40 samples have been selected to characterise the whole spectrum of lithofacies and detect high-frequency palaeoenvironmental variations especially within homogeneous clayey stratigraphic intervals. Furthermore, ostracod assemblages document that the oxygen availability at the sea floor changed during MIS In contrast, a less-diversified ostracod fauna dominated by Aurila convexa, a species preferring. Development of regional environmental protection agencies in Italy ; Lo stato di evoluzione delle agenzie regioanli per l'ambiente in Italia.
Croci, E. Bocconi, Milan Italy. The Italian agencies' system of environmental protection is almost completed: in fact, beside the national agency, 19 regional and provincial agencies have been instituted, 16 of which are already operative. Nevertheless, the system is quite heterogeneous in terms of degree of experience and operational capacity of the different agencies.
A new phase of development of the agency system is beginning where the main task is the necessity to guarantee a minimum level of environmental quality over the whole national territory, respecting local peculiarities. Agencies need to have guaranteed technical-scientific autonomy as well as adequate financial allowance. However, all this must be related to the definition of adequate, homogeneous and wide working methodologies and performance assessment criteria. Il sistema e' tuttavia caratterizzato da rilevanti disomogeneita' in termini di esperienza e capacita' operativa.
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Si entra in nuova fase di sviluppo del sistema agenziale la cui principale criticita' e' costituita dalla necessita' di garantire un livello minimo di qualita' ambientale su tutto il territorio nazionale, nel rispetto delle specificita' locali. A tal fine deve essere garantita l'autonomai tecnico-scientifica delle agenzie e attribuita loro un'adeguata dotazione finanziaria, a fronte, pero', della definizione di adeguati metodi di lavoro e criteri di valutazione delle performance sufficientemente omogeni e condivisi. Survey on the consumptions of energy sources in the tertiary sector in Italy in ; Indagine sui consumi di fonti energetiche nel settore terziario in Italia.
Anno Iorio, G. Statistiche Economiche, Rome Italy. This report has the aim to introduce the results of the sampling survey performed to determinate the consumption of energy sources electricity, natural gas, fuel oil, diesel oil, etc. The energy consumptions report to and they are disaggregated for typology of use: energy consumptions for productive uses, for production of energy and for traction. The economic energy intensive activities have represented the nucleus of the survey. Particular attention has been devoted to the production of energy and the consumption of heat.
I consumi energetici si riferiscono al e sono disaggregati per tipologia di utilizzo: consumi energetici per usi produttivi, per produzione di energia e per trazione. Le attivita' economiche ad alta intensita' energetica hanno rappresentato il nucleo dell'indagine. Particolare attenzione e' stata dedicata alla produzione di energia e al consumo di calore. Among the exhibited copies the one belonging to the Roman edition of of the work of the Christian scholar Lactantius, the only one copy printed by Sweynheym and Pannartz owned by the Library in Bagnacavallo, and a selection of books printed by Aldus Manutius and his heirs, among which the only copy found in this library of a book printed by Aldus The Elder, belonging to Institutiones Grammaticae of The Bologna declaration in was the start of the introduction of a three cycle degree system in higher education To date, many European universities have adopted this degree structure.
The result has been a set of recommendations for the first BS , second MS and third PhD cycle chemical engineering education aligned to the Bologna Process. They recommend that students studying towards bachelor and masters qualifications Semantic description of three-dimensional models of Bologna porches. The study describes, first, the problems and the methods adopted for the survey, the numerical modeling and visualization of the arcades models. In addition, the paper aims to describe a method for the semantic studying of the porticoes architecture and the segmentation of the models.
The goal is also to establish an integrated approach to the semantic cataloguing of the Bologna arcades based on historical, material, formal, dimensional and theoretical data, and to make this information easily readable and communicable. Xylella fastidiosa Co Di RO strain associated with the olive quick decline syndrome in southern Italy belongs to a clonal complex of the subspecies pauca that evolved in Central America. Xylella fastidiosa, a xylem-limited bacterium transmitted by xylem-fluid-feeding Hemiptera insects, causes economic losses of both woody and herbaceous plant species.
A Xyl. Apulia region. Recently, some Xyl. The introduction of infected plant material from Central America in Apulia was also postulated even though an ad hoc study to confirm this hypothesis is lacking. In the present study, we assessed the complete and draft genome of 27 Xyl.
Through a genome-wide approach, we confirmed the occurrence of three subspecies within Xyl. These results support the close relationships of the two strains. The four strains in the clonal complex contain prophage-like genes in their genomes. This study strongly supports the possibility of the introduction of Xyl. The data also stress how the current global circulation of agricultural commodities potentially threatens the agrosystems worldwide.
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