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L'Associazione Italiana di AgroMeteorologia (AIAM) in collaborazione con l'Universita' di Bologna presenta la prima edizione del corso


PROGRAMMAZIONE IN PYTHON

PER L'ANALISI DI DATI AGROMETEOROLOGICI

 

Il corso è rimandato al mese di Ottobre 2020

 

Last Updated on Friday, 17 April 2020 16:37
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IJAm 2019 n.3 PDF Print

NEWS!

 

Il terzo numero della nostra rivista è ora disponibile online.

Gli articoli sono consultabili direttamente sul sito dell'Editore Firenze University Press (link).

 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 15 January 2020 23:05
 

"Agrometeorology is the science that studies the interactions of hydrological and meteorological factors with the agricultural and forest ecosystems and with agriculture, in its broadest sense"

 
2018 Impact Factor Released PDF Print

We are pleased to inform you that the new Impact Factor of Italian Journal of Agrometeorology has been released.

According to the Journal Citation Reports®, published by Clarivate Analytics in June 2019, the new Impact Factor of Italian Journal of Agrometeorology is 0.933, and the 5-Year Impact Factor is 0.813.

 

Compared to last year (IF 0.314), the Impact Factor has increased by 197%

 

We thank everyone for the excellent result achieved, and we hope that we can all continue to collaborate successfully in the coming years!

Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 June 2019 09:31
 
About the association

The Italian Association of Agrometeorology (AIAM) was founded in 1997 by a group of enthusiasts, now has more than a hundred of active members and houses a number of researchers and technicians from different origins (universities, research institutions, public service).

The fascination of our discipline lies in the vastness of an approach which has its "roots" in Atmospheric Physics, in Biology and in Agronomy, as well as the ability to establish original connections between them, giving answers to specific problems. Agrometeorology is therefore a real "boundary science", designed to enhance the links between all these lines of research that focus their attention on agricultural and forest ecosystems.

The Association has the following purposes and objectives:

  • to enhance, promote and protect the professional figure of the agrometeorologist;
  • to encourage contacts between operators and the dissemination of information;
  • to support initiatives of dissemination, training and updating;
  • to assist the development of technical standards;
  • to promote the connection between service and research activities;
  • to guarantee the development of a network of relationships with associations and professional groups who work in meteorology, climatology, environment and agriculture.

The AIAM adheres to the Italian Association of the Scientific Agricultural Society ((AISSA) and the European Meteorological Society (EMS).

AIAM brochure

 
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