Brief literature for the partnership:
-S. Toller, V. Funari, Zannoni D., I. Vasumini, E. Dinelli. “Sediment quality of the Ridracoli fresh water reservoir in Italy: Insights from aqua regia digestion and sequential extractions”, Science of The Total Environment, 2022, 826, 154167. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2022.154167
-S. Toller, V. Funari, I. Vasumini, E. Dinelli. “Geochemical characterization of surface sedi-ments from the Ridracoli reservoir area and surroundings, Italy. Details on bulk composition and grain size”, Journal of Geochemical Exploration, 2021, 231, 106863. DOI: 10.1016/j.gex-plo.2021.106863
-S. Toller, B.M.S. Giambastiani, N. Greggio, M. Antonellini, I. Vasumini, E. Dinelli. “Assessment of Seasonal Changes in Water Chemistry of the Ridracoli Water Reservoir (Italy): Implications for Water Management”, Water 2020, 12(2), 581. DOI: 10.3390/w12020581
Orecchia, C., Giambastiani, B. M., Greggio, N., Campo, B., & Dinelli, E. (2022). Geochemical characterization of groundwater in the confined and unconfined aquifers of the northern Italy. Applied Sciences, 12(15), 7944.
Beltrami, R., Greggio, N., Dinelli, E., & Pasteris, A. (2022). Assessing the impact of artificial summer drainage on the benthic macroinvertebrates in a freshwater wetland in northeast Italy. Hydrobiologia, 849(3), 571-587.
Greggio, N., Giambastiani, B. M., Mollema, P., Laghi, M., Capo, D., Gabbianelli, G., … & Dinelli, E. (2020). Assessment of the main geochemical processes affecting surface water and groundwater in a low-lying coastal area: implications for water management. Water, 12(6), 1720.