Linda Alderighi

I am a nature lover fascinated by earth aerial photographs and satellite images and curious about processes that produced the landscape. I am currently working on quarrying areas of Apuan sector dealing with the geomorphological characterization of quarry dump deposits and debris flows that frequently affect them. 
Fellowships at DST of Pisa University:2018
- “Geomorphological map of Carrara quarry dump deposits”, aimed to identifying quarry dumps worthy of being protected and enhanced.
2017 - “Collection and processing of information related to the glaciers of the Lombard Alpine sector”, as part of NextData Project promoted by the Ministry of Education, aimed to providing quantitative information about the state and climate and environmental changes in the Italian mountain regions.
2017 - “Geomorphological map of quarry dump deposits in the Apuan Alps Park: southern sector”.
From 2019 to 2021 - tutoring and teaching support activities for “Physical Geography and Cartography Laboratory I” course at the DST of Pisa University.
2016 - collaboration with a freelance professional Geologist.
M.Sc. in Geological Sciences and Technologies at Pisa University, 2015; Thesis title: “Geomorphological characterization of the Val Piana (Adamello-Presanella Massif, Rhaetian Alps): from multitemporal analysis to debris flow susceptibility assessment in a high mountain environment”.


  • Geomorphological mapping
  • Landscape evolution
  • Susceptibility and hazard analysis
  • Cultural heritage
  • Earth observation and remote sensing
  • GIS and data visualization

Research project: Human Induced Hazard and Cultural Heritage of Quarry Dump Deposits (Ravaneti) in the Apuan Alps


Professor Carlo Baroni
Professor Maria Cristina Salvatore

Linda Alderighi

Dipartimento di Scienze della Terra
Università di Pisa
Via Santa Maria 53
56126 Pisa





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