2023 - Research.com Earth Science in Italy Leader Award
Terrain, Lidar, Remote sensing, Scale and Landform are his primary areas of study. As part of his studies on Terrain, he frequently links adjacent subjects like Landslide. His Lidar study frequently links to other fields, such as Drainage basin.
As part of his studies on Remote sensing, Paolo Tarolli often connects relevant subjects like River morphology. His Scale study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Feature extraction, Vegetation and Digital elevation model. The concepts of his Landform study are interwoven with issues in Anthropocene and Tectonics.
Paolo Tarolli focuses on Remote sensing, Hydrology, Lidar, Landslide and Erosion. His Digital elevation model, Remote sensing and Photogrammetry study in the realm of Remote sensing interacts with subjects such as High resolution. His Hydrology research incorporates elements of Soil water and Sediment.
His Lidar study incorporates themes from Feature extraction and Terrain. His Terrain research integrates issues from Terrace, Landform and Scale. His Erosion study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Mediterranean climate and Soil conservation.
Paolo Tarolli focuses on Agriculture, Remote sensing, Landslide, Hydrology and Erosion. He combines subjects such as Soil science, Ponding and Water resources with his study of Agriculture. His research in Remote sensing intersects with topics in Soil conservation and Terrain.
Geomorphology covers he research in Landslide. His work on Flood myth and Drainage basin as part of general Hydrology research is often related to Variation, thus linking different fields of science. His studies in Erosion integrate themes in fields like Surface runoff, Climate change, Lidar and Landform.
Paolo Tarolli mainly investigates Terrain, Land use, Erosion, Agriculture and Context. His research integrates issues of Land cover, Photogrammetry, Remote sensing, Terrace and Physical geography in his study of Terrain. Paolo Tarolli is interested in Lidar, which is a branch of Remote sensing.
The subject of his Erosion research is within the realm of Hydrology. His Hydrology research incorporates themes from Landslide and No-till farming. His work deals with themes such as Weak and strong sustainability, Irrigation and Water resources, which intersect with Agriculture.
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High-resolution topography for understanding Earth surface processes: Opportunities and challenges
Terraced landscapes: From an old best practice to a potential hazard for soil degradation due to land abandonment
Paolo Tarolli;Federico Preti;Nunzio Romano.
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 water erosion on Mediterranean vineyards: A review
Massimo Prosdocimi;Artemi Cerdà;Paolo Tarolli.
The effectiveness of airborne LiDAR data in the recognition of channel-bed morphology
Marco Cavalli;Paolo Tarolli;Lorenzo Marchi;Giancarlo Dalla Fontana.
Human topographic signatures and derived geomorphic processes across landscapes
Paolo Tarolli;Giulia Sofia.
Mulching practices for reducing soil water erosion: A review
Massimo Prosdocimi;Paolo Tarolli;Artemi Cerdà.
Earth-Science Reviews (2016)
Geomorphic features extraction from high-resolution topography: landslide crowns and bank erosion
Paolo Tarolli;Giulia Sofia;Giancarlo Dalla Fontana.
Natural Hazards (2012)
Hillslope-to-valley transition morphology: new opportunities from high resolution DTMs.
Paolo Tarolli;Giancarlo Dalla Fontana.
A New Method for Determination of Most Likely Landslide Initiation Points and the Evaluation of Digital Terrain Model Scale in Terrain Stability Mapping
P. Tarolli;David G. Tarboton.
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (2006)
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