Emanuele Lugato mainly focuses on Soil carbon, Soil water, Carbon sequestration, Arable land and Soil organic matter. The study of Soil carbon is intertwined with the study of Topsoil in a number of ways. His work in the fields of Soil water, such as Soil test, overlaps with other areas such as Charcoal and Copper.
His Carbon sequestration study combines topics in areas such as Agricultural land, Climate change scenario, Soil quality and Environmental protection. The concepts of his Arable land study are interwoven with issues in Cover crop, Agroforestry and No-till farming. He interconnects Soil management and Tillage, Minimum tillage in the investigation of issues within Agroforestry.
Emanuele Lugato focuses on Soil carbon, Soil water, Agriculture, Greenhouse gas and Soil organic matter. His Soil carbon research integrates issues from Agroforestry, Environmental protection, Crop residue, Carbon sequestration and Tillage. He focuses mostly in the field of Crop residue, narrowing it down to topics relating to Cover crop and, in certain cases, Arable land.
To a larger extent, Emanuele Lugato studies Soil science with the aim of understanding Soil water. The Greenhouse gas study which covers Land use that intersects with Water resource management. His Soil organic matter research focuses on Organic matter and how it relates to Soil classification.
Emanuele Lugato mainly investigates Soil water, Soil carbon, Climate change, Topsoil and Land use. His research in Soil water is mostly concerned with Soil functions. Emanuele Lugato works mostly in the field of Soil carbon, limiting it down to topics relating to Greenhouse gas and, in certain cases, Agricultural engineering, as a part of the same area of interest.
His study explores the link between Climate change and topics such as Environmental protection that cross with problems in Global warming, Land management, Tillage, Common Agricultural Policy and Sustainable development. His Topsoil research focuses on subjects like Organic matter, which are linked to Soil organic matter and Soil classification. His studies deal with areas such as Natural resource economics, World economy, Food security and Marginal land as well as Land use.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Topsoil, Land use, Soil science, Soil organic matter and Organic matter. His Land use study incorporates themes from Natural resource economics, World economy, Food security and Marginal land. His study in the fields of Cation-exchange capacity, Soil test and Soil quality under the domain of Soil science overlaps with other disciplines such as Kriging.
His research integrates issues of Soil carbon, Environmental chemistry, Total organic carbon, Soil classification and Carbon sequestration in his study of Soil organic matter. His Organic matter research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Ecosystem services, Soil texture, Soil water, Climate change and Biogeochemical cycle.
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An assessment of the global impact of 21st century land use change on soil erosion.
Pasquale Borrelli;David A. Robinson;Larissa R. Fleischer;Emanuele Lugato.
Nature Communications (2017)
The new assessment of soil loss by water erosion in Europe
Panos Panagos;Pasquale Borrelli;Jean Poesen;Cristiano Ballabio.
Environmental Science & Policy (2015)
Estimating the soil erosion cover-management factor at the European scale
Panos Panagos;Pasquale Borrelli;Katrin Meusburger;Christine Alewell.
Land Use Policy (2015)
Biochar as a strategy to sequester carbon and increase yield in durum wheat
F.P. Vaccari;S. Baronti;E. Lugato;L. Genesio.
European Journal of Agronomy (2011)
A flexible unmanned aerial vehicle for precision agriculture
Jacopo Primicerio;Salvatore Filippo Di Gennaro;Edoardo Fiorillo;Lorenzo Genesio.
Precision Agriculture (2012)
Land use and climate change impacts on global soil erosion by water (2015-2070).
Pasquale Borrelli;Pasquale Borrelli;David A. Robinson;Panos Panagos;Emanuele Lugato.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2020)
Soil carbon storage informed by particulate and mineral-associated organic matter
M. Francesca Cotrufo;Maria Giovanna Ranalli;Michelle L. Haddix;Johan Six.
Nature Geoscience (2019)
Impact of biochar application on plant water relations in Vitis vinifera (L.)
S. Baronti;F.P. Vaccari;F. Miglietta;C. Calzolari.
European Journal of Agronomy (2014)
A new baseline of organic carbon stock in European agricultural soils using a modelling approach
Emanuele Lugato;Panos Panagos;Francesca Bampa;Arwyn Jones.
Global Change Biology (2014)
Cost of agricultural productivity loss due to soil erosion in the European Union: From direct cost evaluation approaches to the use of macroeconomic models
Panos Panagos;Gabriele Standardi;Pasquale Borrelli;Emanuele Lugato.
Land Degradation & Development (2018)
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