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Giulia Zuecco

Giulia Zuecco

Giulia Zuecco is an assistant professor at University of Padova (Italy). Her main research interests are on the application of tracers (stable water isotopes and major ions) to track water through forested catchments, the hydrology of Alpine catchments dominated by snowmelt and glacier melt and the quantification of subsurface hydrologic connectivity. Giulia works currently on a research project on “Ecohydrological dynamics and water pathways in forested catchments”.

Featured catchment series: The Rio Vauz catchment – long-term hydrologic observations in the Dolomites

Featured catchment series: The Rio Vauz catchment – long-term hydrologic observations in the Dolomites

Dolomitic landscapes are characterized by vertical rock cliffs and soil-mantled hillslopes originated from glacial or colluvial deposits, which hide a complex subsurface aquifer due to the permeability of the dolomitic rocks. To improve the understanding of the hydrological functioning of such complex hydrogeological systems, the hydrology group of the Department of Land, Environment, Agriculture ...[Read More]

Talking hydrology: an interview with Jana von Freyberg on her work in the Rietholzbach catchment

Talking hydrology: an interview with Jana von Freyberg on her work in the Rietholzbach catchment

This is the first post of “Talking hydrology”, an interview-based series of posts in the HS Blog that present the experience and personal views of hydrologists and people interested in talking about hydrology. The “Talking hydrology” series is edited by the team of the HS blog together with Leonie Kiewiet (University of Zurich, Switzerland). Here, we will talk about experimental hydrol ...[Read More]