Alessio Rovere

Adjunct Associate Research Scientist
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Biology and Paleo Environment
Fields of interest: 
Gemorphology, Sea level changes, Coastal tectonics, GIS and GNSS applied to geological sciences
 
I am adjunct research scientist at LDEO and the Junior research group leader of the ‘Sea level and Coastal changes’ group, funded by the Excellence Initiative at MARUM and ZMT, University of Bremen. 
I am a field geologist who uses GPS and GIS technologies to understand past sea level changes. In my research, I collaborate with Earth modelers to understand the role of isostatic and tectonic (e.g. dynamic topography) processes that cause post-depositional displacement of the sea level markers observed in the field. I have also a broader interest in the application of new field techniques (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) and GIS analyses to investigate environmental issues, such as habitat mapping or coastal erosion and extreme wave events.