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  • Snow drilling on the Rutor Glacier

    Snow drilling on the Rutor Glacier

    On June 3th 2021 our researcher Marco, Claudio and Francesco went up to the Rutor glacier in Aosta Valley to core the seasonal snow. A window of good weather allowed us to take the helicopter up to the glacier plateau and start drilling. After a few hours we reached the depth of about 4.5 meters. Back in Milan, we stored the cores in the cold cells of the EuroCold laboratory to be cut and sampled in the next months.

  • New article on OPTICE

    New article on OPTICE

    Our researcher Claudio Artoni was interviewed by the online magazine SportOutdoor24 to talk about the Optice scientific project and the citizen science CSO project of which he is ambassador.
    Here you can find the interview: https://www.sportoutdoor24.it/lifestyle/ambiente/community-snow-observation-misura-la-neve-e-contribuisci-a-salvare-le-montagne/

  • We are present at the digital edition of the International Snow Science Workshop VSSW2020 October 4-6 2020

    We are present at the virtual edition of the International Snow Science Workshop VSSW2020

    VSSW 2020

    This year we had to stay home due to the Covid19 pandemic, but we are no less enthusiastic about presenting our project in the most important international workshop on snow and avalanches.
    We can’t wait to talk to leading experts in this field, exchange ideas and opinions and learn new things!
    To see our poster and register for the event follow the link to the congress page.

    https://vssw2020.com/

    Claudio Artoni ready to start the VSSW2020 sessions.