elda russo ermolli

About elda russo ermolli

elda russo ermolli, With an exceptional h-index of 32 and a recent h-index of 16 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, specializes in the field of Geologia del Quaternario, Palinologia, Geoarcheologia.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Morphometry of Lamiaceae pollen grains from the archaeological site of Kastrì (Epirus-Greece; 15th–16th cent. AD)

Explosive volcanic activity in central-Southern Italy during Middle Pleistocene: A tale from tephra layers of the Acerno basin

A high-resolution record of landscape changes and land use over the last 5000 years in western Calabria (S. Eufemia Gulf, southern Tyrrhenian Sea, Italy)

Acknowledgment to the Reviewers of Quaternary in 2022

At the origins of Pompeii: the plant landscape of the Sarno River floodplain from the first millennium bc to the ad 79 eruption

The pollen record from Grotta Romanelli (Apulia, Italy): New insight for the Late Pleistocene Mediterranean vegetation and plant use

The contribution of cave palynology for the reconstruction of plant use during the Palaeolithic: the case of Grotta Romanelli (Southern Italy)

Perché studiare l’ambiente dei porti antichi? In: Il Mediterraneo e la storia. Ediz. multilingue. Vol. 3: Documentando città portuali-Documenting port cities. Atti del convegno …

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Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II

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32

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elda russo ermolli Skills & Research Interests

Geologia del Quaternario

Palinologia

Geoarcheologia

Top articles of elda russo ermolli

Morphometry of Lamiaceae pollen grains from the archaeological site of Kastrì (Epirus-Greece; 15th–16th cent. AD)

Authors

Chiara Comegna,Elda Russo Ermolli,Valentino Di Donato,Anthi Angeli,Brunella Gargiulo,Dimitris Roubis,Francesca Sogliani,Maria Rosaria Barone Lumaga

Journal

Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology

Published Date

2024/5/1

Pollen analysis of a late medieval layer (15th–16th century AD) recovered in the archaeological site of Kastrì (Epirus, Greece) highlighted the occurrence of large amounts of stephanocolpate Lamiaceae pollen grains. Morphometric analysis, by means of Light and Scanning Electron Microscopy, allowed three different pollen types to be identified within the family. In particular, the structure of the bireticulate exine, which is only visible under SEM observation, revealed to be a diagnostic feature for genus and even species identification. This was possible thanks to comparison with modern Lamiaceae species that were selected on the basis of pollen morphological similarity and geographical distribution. The results of comparison, achieved through K-nearest neighbour classification, led to ascribe the subfossil pollen types to the genera Salvia, Mentha and Thymus and to propose S. nemorosa/glutinosa/pratensis, M …

Explosive volcanic activity in central-Southern Italy during Middle Pleistocene: A tale from tephra layers of the Acerno basin

Authors

C Pelullo,I Arienzo,Massimo D’Antonio,B Giaccio,RS Iovine,N Leicher,DM Palladino,M Petrelli,P Petrosino,E Russo Ermolli,G Sottili,F Totaro,G Zanchetta

Journal

Quaternary Science Advances

Published Date

2024/4/4

The cored succession of the Acerno basin, a tectonic palaeolake located in the southern Apennines (Italy), represents a key point of the Italian tephrostratigraphic network for the Quaternary. Trace element and isotope (87Sr/86Sr and 143Nd/144Nd) data have been acquired on bulk rock, glassy groundmass and separated minerals (feldspar and pyroxene phenocrysts) from twenty-one tephra layers, dated between ∼570 and 470 ka, embedded in the lacustrine sediments of the basin. The already available major element compositions have been here combined with the newly acquired data. The whole dataset provides a full geochemical characterization of the tephra that strengthens and improves previous attempts to identify their volcanic sources and potential correlatives. In this context, several previously proposed correlations among distal archives have been here confuted. The geochemical fingerprints …

A high-resolution record of landscape changes and land use over the last 5000 years in western Calabria (S. Eufemia Gulf, southern Tyrrhenian Sea, Italy)

Authors

Halinka Di Lorenzo,Valentino Di Donato,Flavia Molisso,Carmine Lubritto,Elda Russo Ermolli

Journal

The Holocene

Published Date

2023/9

Pollen analysis of a marine core collected in the Gulf of S. Eufemia (Tyrrhenian Calabria, Italy) allowed reconstructing the regional changes in vegetation and land use over the last 5000 years. Pollen diagram zonation through Constrained Cluster Analysis highlighted three compositional zones whose boundaries mark the major changes that affected the vegetation structure. A dense forest cover with a few signs of human activities characterized the wide pollen source area from 5055 to 2700 BP (Zone 1). In this period, the Pre-Protohistoric communities were mainly concentrated on the Tropea Promontory where they had a significant local impact. Minor forest rarefactions at 5000–4800 BP, ca. 4400–4000 BP, ca. 3450–3150 BP were correlated to phases of climatic shifts toward aridity. From 2700 to 2000 BP (Zone 2a), a longer and more incisive period of forest decline was connected to a time of aridity that favored …

Acknowledgment to the Reviewers of Quaternary in 2022

Authors

Anatoly V Mozherovsky,Gregory S Springer,Andreas Scharf,Grigoriy Ivanovich Dolgikh,Andrew G Fountain,Ioannis Vakalas,Angela Baldanza,Isabella Serena Liso,Aviad Agam,Iván Sunyé-Puchol,Blas Lorenzo Valero-Garcés,JRK Kumar Dabbakuti,Catalin Lazar,Jacek Bogusław Szmańda,Changxing Shi,Jack Longman,Charuta Kulkarni,Jadranka Barešić,Christine Hertler,James B Innes,Christopher I Roos,Jamil AA Anache,Christos Kanellopoulos,Jan Barabach,Clemens Von Scheffer,Jan Van Der Made,Cristóbal Verdugo-Escamilla,Jean-Pierre Suc,Csaba Béla Eötvös,Jerry R Miller,Daniel Ballesteros,Jesse Thornburg,David M Miller,Jiri Chlachula,Dirk Enters,Jiří Málek,Donatella Magri,Jiří Zachariáš,Efthymios K Tripsanas,John Lowe,Ekaterina G Ershova,Jordi Revelles,Elda Russo Ermolli,Jorge Sanjurjo Sanchez,Eleonora Carol,Joseph Mason,Elizaveta Kovaleva,Juan Cruz Colazo,Eric A Barefoot,Juan Manuel Rubiales,Ethan Yackulic,Julien Beck,Federico Di Rita,Junghyung Ryu,Federico L Agnolin,Kamal Taheri

Published Date

2023

High-quality academic publishing is built on rigorous peer review. Quaternary was able to uphold its high standards for published papers due to the outstanding efforts of our reviewers. Thanks to the efforts of our reviewers in 2022, the median time to first decision was 28.5 days and the median time to publication was 94 days. Regardless of whether the articles they examined were ultimately published, the editors would like to express their appreciation and thank the following reviewers for the time and dedication that they have shown Quaternary:

At the origins of Pompeii: the plant landscape of the Sarno River floodplain from the first millennium bc to the ad 79 eruption

Authors

Cristiano Vignola,Jacopo Bonetto,Guido Furlan,Michele Mazza,Cristiano Nicosia,Elda Russo Ermolli,Laura Sadori

Journal

Vegetation History and Archaeobotany

Published Date

2022/4

The ad 79 eruption of the Vesuvius severely affected the floodplain surrounding the ancient city of Pompeii, i.e. the Sarno River floodplain. The landscape was covered with volcaniclastic materials that destroyed the ecosystem but, at the same time, preserved the traces of former environmental conditions. This study provides—for the first time—a pollen sequence reconstructing the environmental evolution and the plant landscape of the Sarno floodplain between 900 and 750 cal bc and ad 79, i.e. before and during the foundation of the city, and during its life phases. Previous geomorphological studies revealed that the portion of the Sarno floodplain under the “Pompeii hill” was a freshwater backswamp with patchy inundated and dry areas. Palynology depicts a thin forest cover since the Early Iron Age, suggesting an open environment with a mosaic of vegetation types. The local presence of Mediterranean coastal …

The pollen record from Grotta Romanelli (Apulia, Italy): New insight for the Late Pleistocene Mediterranean vegetation and plant use

Authors

Elda Russo Ermolli,Alessia Masi,Cristiano Vignola,Halinka Di Lorenzo,Lucrezia Masci,Fabio Bona,Luca Forti,Giuseppe Lembo,Ilaria Mazzini,Beniamino Mecozzi,Brunella Muttillo,Pierluigi Pieruccini,Raffaele Sardella,Laura Sadori

Journal

Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology

Published Date

2022/2/1

Pollen analyses have been carried out on the infilling deposits of Grotta Romanelli (Apulia, Italy), a reference site for the Middle and Upper Palaeolithic of Italy. The analysis focused on Terre rosse, a fine unit till now ascribed to an interstadial phase following the Würm acme, and on the uppermost unit (Terre brune), recently dated to the latest Late Pleistocene-Early Holocene. Despite the diffuse barrenness and low pollen concentration of many levels, pollen data from Grotta Romanelli gives insights into the palaeoenvironmental setting of the deposits and their chronological attribution. The presence of Olea in all levels of Terre rosse strongly suggests their attribution to the Last Interglacial (Eemian), during which this plant was diffused in the Mediterranean area. The Terre brune deposition occurred when the environment was open, with rare trees and shrubs and prevailing steppe elements. This association reflects …

The contribution of cave palynology for the reconstruction of plant use during the Palaeolithic: the case of Grotta Romanelli (Southern Italy)

Authors

C Vignola,E Russo Ermolli,A Masi,R Sardella,L Sadori

Published Date

2022

The contribution of cave palynology for the reconstruction of plant use during the Palaeolithic: the case of Grotta Romanelli (Southern Italy) IRIS IRIS Home Sfoglia Macrotipologie & tipologie Autore Titolo Riviste Serie IT Italiano Italiano English English 1.IRIS 2.Catalogo Ricerca UNIROMA1 3.04 Pubblicazione in atti di convegno 4.04d Abstract in atti di convegno The contribution of cave palynology for the reconstruction of plant use during the Palaeolithic: the case of Grotta Romanelli (Southern Italy) / Vignola, C.; Russo Ermolli, E.; Masi, A.; Sardella, R.; Sadori, L. - (2022). (Intervento presentato al convegno 5th MedPalyos Symposium tenutosi a Paestum). The contribution of cave palynology for the reconstruction of plant use during the Palaeolithic: the case of Grotta Romanelli (Southern Italy) Vignola C.;Russo Ermolli E.;Masi A.;Sardella R.;Sadori L 2022 Scheda breve Scheda completa Anno di pubblicazione 2022 …

Perché studiare l’ambiente dei porti antichi? In: Il Mediterraneo e la storia. Ediz. multilingue. Vol. 3: Documentando città portuali-Documenting port cities. Atti del convegno …

Authors

C Morhange,MG Canzanella Quintaluce,D Kaniewski,N Marriner,M Pasquinucci,E Russo Ermolli,M Vacchi

Published Date

2021

Perché studiare l’ambiente dei porti antichi? In: Il Mediterraneo e la storia. Ediz. multilingue. Vol. 3: Documentando città portuali-Documenting port cities. Atti del convegno internazionale (Capri, 9-11 maggio 2019) IRIS IRIS Home Sfoglia Macrotipologie & tipologie Autore Titolo Riviste Serie IT Italiano Italiano English English LOGIN 1.IRIS 2.Catalogo Ricerca UniNA 3.2 Contributo in Volume 4.2.1 Contributo in volume (Capitolo o Saggio) Atti del convegno internazionale Capri 9-11 maggio 2019 Perché studiare l’ambiente dei porti antichi? In: Il Mediterraneo e la storia. Ediz. multilingue. Vol. 3: Documentando città portuali-Documenting port cities. Atti del convegno internazionale (Capri, 9-11 maggio 2019) Russo Ermolli E.; 2021 Abstract Atti del convegno internazionale Capri 9-11 maggio 2019 Scheda breve Scheda completa Scheda completa (DC) Codice ISBN 9788854911475 Appare nelle tipologie: 2.1 …

Geomorphology of Naples and the Campi Flegrei: human and natural landscapes in a restless land

Authors

Alessandra Ascione,Pietro PC Aucelli,Aldo Cinque,Gianluigi Di Paola,Gaia Mattei,Maria Ruello,Elda Russo Ermolli,Nicoletta Santangelo,Ettore Valente

Journal

Journal of Maps

Published Date

2021/7/28

Naples and its surroundings are a very young landscape, originated from 40 ka in response to strong and explosive volcanic processes, which created the Campi Flegrei, one of the largest volcanic fields of the world. Despite the repeated and continuous volcanic activity, this territory was selected for human settlements since Neolithic times and hosted some of the most important Greek and Roman towns in the Mediterranean area (e.g., Cuma, Parthenope, Neapolis, Baia and Puteoli). Geoarcheological data and historical chronicles testify to human coexistence with eruptions, bradyseismic ground motions, coastline changes, floods and landslides. With the aim of describing the geomorphological evolution of this area to a wide audience, including also non-experts, we constructed a synthetic geomorphological map of the area and sketches that synthesise the main stages of the geomorphological evolution of the …

Coastal Landscapes at Punta di Zambrone (Capo Vaticano, Calabria) and their Suitability for Harbour Facilities during the Bronze Age

Authors

Paola Romano,Elda Russo Ermolli,Maria Rosaria Ruello,Giuseppe Ferraro,Reinhard Jung,Valentino Di Donato,Nicoletta Insolvibile,Marco Pacciarelli

Published Date

2021

A multidisciplinary approach, including geomorphological and stratigraphical analyses as well as bathymetric, geophysical and subaqueous surveys, has been adopted to reconstruct the morphology of the coasts around the Punta di Zambrone site during the Bronze Age. The main aim was to examine the possibility of the existence of landing places and harbour facilities connected to the settlement, due to the important role that this centre exerted for the maritime trade exchanges in the Tyrrhenian and Aegean Seas. The geomorphological context of the coast north of Punta di Zambrone, characterised by the presence of shoals and rocky cliffs, seems to have been unfavourable to the presence of stable and equipped landing places during the protohistory, also in view of the exposure of the coast to dominant westerly waves. The chances of landing were probably limited to the plain south of the cape. Here, a …

Environmental evolution and anthropogenic forcing in the Garigliano coastal plain (Italy) during the Holocene

Authors

Halinka Di Lorenzo,Pietro Aucelli,Giuseppe Corrado,Mario De Iorio,Marcello Schiattarella,Elda Russo Ermolli

Journal

The Holocene

Published Date

2021/7

The Garigliano alluvial-coastal plain, at the Latium-Campania border (Italy), witnessed a long-lasting history of human-environment interactions, as demonstrated by the rich archaeological knowledge. With the aim of reconstructing the evolution of the landscape and its interaction with human activity during the last millennia, new pollen results from the coastal sector of the Garigliano Plain were compared with the available pollen data from other nearby sites. The use of pollen data from both the coastal and marine environment allowed integrating the local vegetation dynamics within a wider regional context spanning the last 8000 years. The new pollen data presented in this study derive from the analysis of a core, drilled in the coastal sector, which intercepted the lagoon-marshy environments that occurred in the plain as a response to the Holocene transgression and subsequent coastal progradation. Three …

Anthropogenic amplification of geomorphic processes along the Mediterranean coasts: A case-study from the Graeco-Roman town of Elea-Velia (Campania, Italy)

Authors

Vincenzo Amato,Luigi Cicala,Ettore Valente,Maria Rosaria Ruello,Nunzia Esposito,Elda Russo Ermolli

Journal

Geomorphology

Published Date

2021/6/15

Coastal areas are very dynamic environments where natural and man-induced modifications often interact. This is the case of the Graeco-Roman town of Elea-Velia, along the Cilento coast of southern Italy. The town was founded in the 6th century BCE on a hilly promontory bounded by two profound gulfs and assumed a prominent role in maritime commercial routes in the Graeco-Roman period. It declined in the Late Antiquity and was abandoned in the Middle Ages also due to serious landscape changes. In this study, the integration of geomorphology, borehole stratigraphy and analysis of archaeo-stratigraphical trenches was used to detail the relationship between geological and archaeological evidence. The huge amount of collected data allowed providing chronological constraints to the landscape modification occurred before and after the town foundation. The main environmental changes consisted in …

Human impact and landscape changes between 3000 and 1000 BC on the Tropea Promontory (Calabria, Italy)

Authors

Halinka Di Lorenzo,Reinhard Jung,Marco Pacciarelli,Bernhard Weninger,Elda Russo Ermolli

Journal

The Holocene

Published Date

2021/6

Pollen data were collected from a one-meter peat succession recovered from the top of the Tropea Promontory (Calabria), a territory continuously inhabited throughout Prehistory and Protohistory. The peat was deposited in a small pond/marsh that was gradually filled up. Six 14C dates allowed the peat growth to be constrained to between ca. 3000 and 1000 calBC. Considerable landscape and land use changes occurred in the area in that time interval, due to both environmental changes and intensive human activities. An open landscape with scattered oak woods characterized the high plain, whereas on the wet soils surrounding the marsh, wet woodlands (Alnus), and hygrophilous vegetation (Cyperaceae) developed, their relative abundance being used to mark the local environmental evolution. The occurrence of different anthropogenic indicators reveals that the area was exploited for agricultural practices …

Multiproxy study of cores from the Garigliano Plain: An insight into the Late Quaternary coastal evolution of Central-Southern Italy

Authors

Giuseppe Aiello,Vincenzo Amato,Pietro PC Aucelli,Diana Barra,Giuseppe Corrado,Paola Di Leo,Halinka Di Lorenzo,Brian Jicha,Gerardo Pappone,Roberta Parisi,Paola Petrosino,Elda Russo Ermolli,Marcello Schiattarella

Journal

Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology

Published Date

2021/4/1

Two boreholes, both about 16 m-deep, have been drilled in the Garigliano Plain, a coastal-alluvial plain located at the boundary between southern Latium and northern Campania, Italy. The drill holes have been planned and carried out in the southern part of the plain, near to the bordering ridge of Mount Massico. The multidisciplinary analyses performed on sediment samples from both cores revealed the presence of several marine and continental sedimentation environments, transitional facies and volcanic rocks. All these data, together with the stratigraphic correlation between the two logs, allowed the reconstruction of the sedimentary and morphological evolution of the plain during the Late Quaternary. Further, such an evolutionary sequence has been used as a comparison scheme with regard to other coastal plains of the Tyrrhenian side of central and southern Italy to stress similar or different behaviours …

Exine morphometric analysis as a new tool for Citrus species identification: a case study from Oplontis (Vesuvius area, Italy)

Authors

Maria Rosaria Barone Lumaga,Elda Russo Ermolli,Bruno Menale,Stefano Vitale

Journal

Vegetation history and archaeobotany

Published Date

2020/11

In the Mediterranean area, the occurrence of citrus plants in ancient times is clearly attested in Sardinia and along the southern Tyrrhenian coasts through the presence of pollen grains and organic residues dating back to the sixth century bc. The presence of Citrus pollen was also detected in soil sediments from Pompeii (ad 79), in marine sediments from the ancient harbour of Naples (first century ad), in Rome (27 bc–ad 14) as well as in a garden soil at the Villa di Poppea in Oplontis (first century bc). The first citrus tree to be identified was citron (Citrus medica L.), but even if the presence of other citrus species was supposed, identification was limited by the difficulty of discriminating the exine characteristics through optical microscopy. Exine micromorphology of eight citrus species, including primitive to cultivated, was studied by SEM and optical microscope observations. By means of the image analysis method …

Geotourism as a tool for learning: A geoitinerary in the Cilento, Vallo di Diano and Alburni Geopark (Southern Italy)

Authors

Nicoletta Santangelo,Vincenzo Amato,Alessandra Ascione,Elda Russo Ermolli,Ettore Valente

Journal

Resources

Published Date

2020/6/4

“Geotourism” is a particular type of “sustainable tourism” that is still in an embryonic stage, especially in Italy. The main goal is the transmission of geological knowledge to increase the awareness about geoheritage, geo-resources and geo-hazards. The geoparks represent ideal sites, with a strong educational significance for students, teachers, geo-tourists, and guides interested in geological and environmental sciences, though at different levels. With this in mind, we propose a geoitinerary through some of the most geologically interesting coastal areas in the Cilento, Vallo di Diano, and Alburni Geopark. The aim of the geoitinerary is to provide a good example of how geosites could be promoted through geotourism and used as means of divulgation of geological and environmental knowledge. The selected sites are the San Marco coast, the Licosa Cape and the Elea-Velia archaeological area. They are included in the official list of geosites and geomorphosites of the Geopark and have a relevant stratigraphic and geoarcheological value. The San Marco coast and the Licosa Cape are the “best sites” in the Geopark where Quaternary coastal deposits and morphologies are represented. The Elea-Velia site is one of the most famous archeological sites in the Geopark, which is also representative of complex human-environment interactions. Despite their high scientific significance, the sites that we have selected are not included in a specific promoting program. We have so tried to fill this gap by providing the scientific background for their geotouristic promotion that could also serve as an instrument for the increase of the local economy.

Millennial variability of rates of sea-level rise in the ancient harbour of Naples (Italy, western Mediterranean Sea)

Authors

Matteo Vacchi,Elda Russo Ermolli,Christophe Morhange,Maria R Ruello,Valentino Di Donato,Mauro A Di Vito,Daniela Giampaola,Vittoria Carsana,Viviana Liuzza,Aldo Cinque,Giulia Boetto,Pierre Poveda,Giuliana Boenzi,Nick Marriner

Journal

Quaternary Research

Published Date

2020/1

We reconstructed the late Holocene relative sea-level (RSL) evolution of the ancient harbour of Naples, one of the largest coastal conurbations in the Mediterranean. We carried out multiproxy investigations, coupling archaeological evidence with biological indicators. Our data robustly constrain 2000 yr of non-monotonic changes in sea level, chiefly controlled by the complex volcano-tectonic processes that characterize the area. Between ~200 BC and AD ~0, a subsidence rate of more than ~1.5 mm/yr enhanced the postglacial RSL rise, while negligible or moderate land uplift < ~0.5 mm/yr triggered a RSL stabilization during the Roman period (first five centuries AD). This stabilization was followed by a post-Roman enhancement of the sea-level rise when ground motion was negative, attested by a subsidence rate of ~0.5 to ~1 mm/yr. Our analysis seems to indicate very minor impacts of this nonmonotonic RSL …

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The h-index of elda russo ermolli has been 16 since 2020 and 32 in total.

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Morphometry of Lamiaceae pollen grains from the archaeological site of Kastrì (Epirus-Greece; 15th–16th cent. AD)

Explosive volcanic activity in central-Southern Italy during Middle Pleistocene: A tale from tephra layers of the Acerno basin

A high-resolution record of landscape changes and land use over the last 5000 years in western Calabria (S. Eufemia Gulf, southern Tyrrhenian Sea, Italy)

Acknowledgment to the Reviewers of Quaternary in 2022

At the origins of Pompeii: the plant landscape of the Sarno River floodplain from the first millennium bc to the ad 79 eruption

The pollen record from Grotta Romanelli (Apulia, Italy): New insight for the Late Pleistocene Mediterranean vegetation and plant use

The contribution of cave palynology for the reconstruction of plant use during the Palaeolithic: the case of Grotta Romanelli (Southern Italy)

Perché studiare l’ambiente dei porti antichi? In: Il Mediterraneo e la storia. Ediz. multilingue. Vol. 3: Documentando città portuali-Documenting port cities. Atti del convegno …

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are the top articles of elda russo ermolli at Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II.

What are elda russo ermolli's research interests?

The research interests of elda russo ermolli are: Geologia del Quaternario, Palinologia, Geoarcheologia

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elda russo ermolli has 2,498 citations in total.

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The co-authors of elda russo ermolli are tzedakis, Anna Maria Mercuri.

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University College London

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Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia

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