Co-Editor-in-Chief - Giacomo Al. Gerosa - Global Journal of Advanced Biological Sciences

Co-Editor-in-Chief - Global Journal of Advanced Biological Sciences

Giacomo Al. Gerosa

Professor Dr. Giacomo Al. Gerosa male, Department of Mathematics and Physics (Since 2006), Physical Ecologist, graduated from University of Milan (Italy) in 1997 he got his Ph.D. Agricultural Ecology in 2003 from the same University.
Formerly teacher of Natural Sciences at an Italian State Scientific Lyceum (High School) of Bergamo, from 2006 to 2014 he was a researcher at the Catholic University in Brescia (Italy) dealing with the characterization of gaseous exchange between atmosphere and biosphere, the effects of airborne pollutants on agricultural and natural vegetation, the risk evaluations of air pollution on populations and ecosystems. Since October 2014 he is Professor of Ecology and associate professor of Atmospheric Physics at the Catholic University of Brescia.
He participated to a number of Italian and European projects as Scientific coordinator of the Catholic University group, among which ÉCLAIRE (FP7), OZONEFLUX (FP5), MANFRED (Interreg-Alpine Space), TREECity (PRIN), OZONIT (PRIN), ANAPNOI (UNICATT).
Member of the scientific excellence network ACCENT and ACTRIS, of the ICP Vegetation programme of the United Nation (UN/ECE) and of different expert panels dealing with the effects of pollutants and climate change on ecosystems.
He is author of more than 80 articles in peer-reviewed scientific journals  and about 20 chapters international books, editor of two international books, and member of the editorial board of three refereed journals.
He leads the interdisciplinary research group of Ecophysiology and Environmental Physics at the Catholic University of Brescia, and serves as Scientific Director of C.R.In.Es. - the Research Centre on atmospheric pollution and ecosystems of the Lombardy Region (Italy)-  as well as responsible of the ecophysiological research infrastructure at the State Natural Reserve of “Bosco Fontana” (Mantua).
Scopus  bibliometric indicators gives him an h-index of 19 and a total number of citations of 1033 (year 2015).

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