2022 - Research.com Environmental Sciences in Italy Leader Award
Luca Salvati spends much of his time researching Mediterranean climate, Urban sprawl, Land degradation, Land use and Urbanization. His Mediterranean climate research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Physical geography and Distribution. His Urban sprawl research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Descriptive statistics, Metropolitan area, Multivariate statistics and Economic geography.
Luca Salvati combines subjects such as Desertification, Environmental protection, Environmental resource management, Land management and Arid with his study of Land degradation. Luca Salvati has included themes like Vegetation and Soil retrogression and degradation in his Land use study. His work deals with themes such as Land cover and Spatial planning, which intersect with Urbanization.
His primary scientific interests are in Economic geography, Mediterranean climate, Metropolitan area, Urbanization and Land degradation. His research integrates issues of Population growth, Demographic transition, Socioeconomic status and Recession in his study of Economic geography. His Mediterranean climate study which covers Physical geography that intersects with Climate change.
His research investigates the link between Metropolitan area and topics such as Urban sprawl that cross with problems in Human settlement. His studies in Land degradation integrate themes in fields like Agroforestry, Desertification, Environmental resource management and Sustainable land management. His Environmental resource management research includes elements of Agriculture and Sustainability.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Economic geography, Metropolitan area, Socioeconomic status, Urbanization and Context. His Metropolitan area research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Population growth, Fertility, Human geography and Human settlement. As a member of one scientific family, Luca Salvati mostly works in the field of Population growth, focusing on Population density and, on occasion, Spatial distribution, Distribution and Land degradation.
His Human settlement research incorporates elements of Agriculture and Urban sprawl. The Socioeconomic status study combines topics in areas such as Desertification, Demographic economics, Scale, Environmental planning and Recession. The study incorporates disciplines such as Mediterranean climate, Climate change and Environmental resource management in addition to Land management.
His primary areas of study are Economic geography, Metropolitan area, Socioeconomic status, Population growth and Urbanization. His studies examine the connections between Metropolitan area and genetics, as well as such issues in Human settlement, with regards to Agriculture, Physical geography and Fragmentation. His Socioeconomic status research integrates issues from Business cycle, Demographic economics and Recession.
His Population growth study also includes fields such as
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Beyond urban–rural dichotomy: Exploring socioeconomic and land-use processes of change in Spain (1991–2011)
Pere Serra;Ana Vera;Antoni Francesc Tulla;Luca Salvati.
Applied Geography (2014)
The impact of land use/land cover changes on land degradation dynamics: a Mediterranean case study.
S. Bajocco;A. De Angelis;L. Perini;Agostino Maria Silvio Ferrara.
Environmental Management (2012)
Long-Term Urban Growth and Land Use Efficiency in Southern Europe: Implications for Sustainable Land Management
Marco Zitti;Carlotta Ferrara;Luigi Perini;Margherita Carlucci.
Land sensitivity to desertification across Italy: Past, present, and future
Luca Salvati;Sofia Bajocco.
Applied Geography (2011)
Community resilience and land degradation in forest and shrubland socio-ecological systems: Evidence from Gorgoglione, Basilicata, Italy
Claire Kelly;Agostino Ferrara;Geoff A. Wilson;Francesco Ripullone.
Land Use Policy (2015)
Pictures from the other side of the fringe: Urban growth and peri-urban agriculture in a post-industrial city (Toulouse, France)
Isabelle Duvernoy;Ilaria Zambon;Adele Sateriano;Luca Salvati.
Journal of Rural Studies (2018)
Towards sustainable growth? A multi-criteria assessment of (changing) urban forms
Silvia Pili;Efstathios Grigoriadis;Margherita Carlucci;Matteo Clemente.
Ecological Indicators (2017)
Low-density settlements and land use changes in a Mediterranean urban region
Luca Salvati;Michele Munafo;Vittorio Gargiulo Morelli;Alberto Sabbi.
Landscape and Urban Planning (2012)
Not only tourism: unravelling suburbanization, second-home expansion and “rural” sprawl in Catalonia, Spain
Sergi Cuadrado-Ciuraneta;Antoni Durà-Guimerà;Luca Salvati.
Urban Geography (2017)
Exploring long-term land cover changes in an urban region of southern Europe
Luca Salvati;Alberto Sabbi.
International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology (2011)
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