Her primary areas of study are Agronomy, Surface runoff, Erosion, Mediterranean climate and No-till farming. Agata Novara interconnects Soil organic matter, Soil management and Vineyard in the investigation of issues within Agronomy. While the research belongs to areas of Surface runoff, Agata Novara spends her time largely on the problem of Soil conservation, intersecting her research to questions surrounding Land use, Mediterranean Basin and Soil biodiversity.
Her Erosion research includes themes of Soil water, Mulch and Straw. In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Mediterranean climate, Soil science, Mineralization, Hydrology, Dissolved organic carbon and Agroforestry is strongly linked to Agricultural land. Her work in Vertisol covers topics such as Organic matter which are related to areas like Soil carbon.
Agata Novara focuses on Agronomy, Soil carbon, Hydrology, Soil water and Mediterranean climate. The study incorporates disciplines such as Soil management and Organic matter in addition to Agronomy. Her Soil carbon research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Soil organic matter, Secondary succession, Vegetation and Land use, land-use change and forestry.
When carried out as part of a general Hydrology research project, her work on Erosion and Surface runoff is frequently linked to work in Rock fragment and Cover, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. Her study focuses on the intersection of Soil water and fields such as Grassland with connections in the field of Productivity and Boreal. Her work in Mediterranean climate addresses subjects such as Vineyard, which are connected to disciplines such as Agroforestry.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Erosion, Hydrology, Mediterranean climate, Surface runoff and Soil management. Her Erosion research integrates issues from Soil conservation, Tillage, Normalized Difference Vegetation Index and Mediterranean Basin. Her Hydrology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Vineyard, Soil carbon and Soil retrogression and degradation.
Her work carried out in the field of Surface runoff brings together such families of science as Wadi, Vegetation, Agronomy and Flash flood. Her Agronomy research focuses on Mulch in particular. Her Soil management study is associated with Soil water.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Surface runoff, Erosion, Agronomy, Mediterranean climate and Vegetation. Her Surface runoff research incorporates elements of Ecosystem services, Environmental resource management, Soil functions, Sustainable development and Soil conservation. Erosion is often connected to Soil carbon in her work.
Soil carbon is a primary field of her research addressed under Soil water. Her work on Agronomy is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Bulk density. Her studies in Vegetation integrate themes in fields like Soil fertility, Agriculture, Deposition and Remote sensing.
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The superior effect of nature based solutions in land management for enhancing ecosystem services.
Saskia Keesstra;Saskia Keesstra;Joao P. Nunes;Joao P. Nunes;Agata Novara;David Finger.
Science of The Total Environment (2018)
Effects of soil management techniques on soil water erosion in apricot orchards
Saskia Keesstra;Paulo Pereira;Paulo Pereira;Agata Novara;Eric C. Brevik.
Science of The Total Environment (2016)
The immediate effectiveness of barley straw mulch in reducing soil erodibility and surface runoff generation in Mediterranean vineyards
Massimo Prosdocimi;Antonio Jordán;Paolo Tarolli;Saskia Keesstra.
Science of The Total Environment (2016)
Soil erosion assessment on tillage and alternative soil managements in a Sicilian vineyard
A. Novara;L. Gristina;S.S. Saladino;A. Santoro.
Soil & Tillage Research (2011)
Use of barley straw residues to avoid high erosion and runoff rates on persimmon plantations in Eastern Spain under low frequency–high magnitude simulated rainfall events
Artemi Cerdà;Óscar González-Pelayo;Antonio Giménez-Morera;Antonio Jordán.
Soil Research (2016)
Straw mulch as a sustainable solution to decrease runoff and erosion in glyphosate-treated clementine plantations in Eastern Spain. An assessment using rainfall simulation experiments
S.D. Keesstra;S.D. Keesstra;J. Rodrigo-Comino;A. Novara;A. Giménez-Morera.
Managing soil nitrate with cover crops and buffer strips in Sicilian vineyards
A. Novara;L. Gristina;F. Guaitoli;A. Santoro.
Solid Earth (2013)
Long-term cropping systems and tillage management effects on soil organic carbon stock and steady state level of C sequestration rates in a semiarid environment
V. Barbera;I. Poma;L. Gristina;A. Novara.
Land Degradation & Development (2012)
Long-Term Tillage and Cropping System Effects on Chemical and Biochemical Characteristics of Soil Organic Matter in a Mediterranean Semiarid Environment
Vito Armando Laudicina;Agata Novara;Vito Barbera;Markus Egli.
Land Degradation & Development (2015)
Nitrogen losses in vineyards under different types of soil groundcover. A field runoff simulator approach in central Spain
Andrés García-Díaz;Ramón Bienes;Blanca Sastre;Agata Novara.
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment (2017)
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