Laura Carranza

EDUCATION

1990: Post doctoral Stage on CALMIT (Centre of Advanced Land Management Information technologies) Nebraska (USA)

1998: PhD degree in Botany “La Sapienza” University of Rome

1990: Biologist degree. National University of Cordoba (Argentina) Declared equivalent to the Italian biologist degree in Biological Sciences at 1998 ( “La Sapienza” University of Rome)

RESEARCH INTERESTS

She conducts research activity in the field of Plant ecology, Landscape ecology and conservation biology. Her research interest includes quantitative ecology mainly applied these disciplines.

Maria Laura Carranza is currently Associate professor in Ecology and the head of the Environmetrics-Lab of the Dep. BiT (Bioscience and Territory), University of Molise, Italy. She graduated in Biology in 1990 at the University of Cordoba (Argentina), academic degree that was declared equivalent to the Biologist degree obtained in Italy by the University of Rome “La Sapienza” on 1998. In 1998 she received the PhD in Botanical Sciences from the University of Roma “La Sapienza” Italy with a specialization in Landscape Ecology. She made a Post doctoral stage  at CALMIT (Centre of Advanced Land Management Information technologies) on GIS and remote sensing (Nebraska- Lincoln. 1999).

She teaches Ecology and Landscape Ecology since 1998. Has a sound teaching experience on both national and international graduate and postgraduate courses. She is a scientific referee and expert for several international and national research organizations and offers a peer review services for numerous international journals.

She conducts research activity in the field of Plant ecology, Landscape ecology and conservation biology. Her research interest includes quantitative ecology mainly applied these disciplines.
She is also is interested and has experience in the following disciplines: A) Nature conservation and biodiversity risks assessment facing global change. Coastal dune environments and high mountain ecosystems; B) Suitability assessment and Ecological network design for some Italian vertebrates; C) Carbon sink and multitemporal remote sensed images analysis.
She has published more than 120 papers on Italian and international journals and books, many of them peer reviewed and had presented more than 130 papers on national and international congresses.

PUBLICATIONS

Research gate: Maria Laura Carranza on RG

Google scholar: Maria Laura Carranza on GS