Maurizio Teobaldelli

Work Experience:
Dates: September 2010 – Ongoing
Occupation or position held: owner
Main activities and responsibilities: Consulting in the area of Land Management, Agriculture and Forest, Landscape Design, Ecology and Environment
Name and address of employer: Studio Tecnico FORECO; Via Cavour, Porto Sant’Elpidio (FM), 63821, Italy
Type of business or sector: Private office/Environmental Sector

Dates: August 2009 – September 2010
Occupation or position held: Senior Programme Officer
Main activities and responsibilities: Specialist on Measuring, Reporting and Verification (MRV) of carbon stocks changes within the UN-REDD programme
Name and address of employer: UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Centre , 219, Huntingdon Road, CB3 0DL, Cambridge, United Kingdom.
Type of business or sector: Intergovernmental organization

Dates: September 2008 – August 2009
Occupation or position held: Manager
Main activities and responsibilities: Consulting in the area of Land Management, Agriculture and Forest, Ecology and Environment
Name and address of employer: Studio Tecnico FORECO; Via San Defendente 5, I-21014, Laveno Mombello (VA), Italy.
Type of business or sector: Private office/Environmental Sector

Dates: April 2004 –September 2008
Occupation or position held: Scientific Support Officer
Main activities and responsibilities: Scientific and technical support for the conception, development, implementation and monitoring of EU policies in the area of climate change (the Kyoto protocol and beyond) and Forest Ecology.
Name and address of employer: European Commission, DG-Joint Research Centre, Institute for Environment and Sustainability, Climate Change Unit; Via E. Fermi 1, I-21020, Ispra (VA), Italy.
Type of business or sector: Research Centre of European Commission


Dates: February 2002 – April 2004
Occupation or position held: Temporary Researcher
Main activities and responsibilities: Scientific and technical support in the area of Forest Ecology.
Name and address of employer: University of Florence, Department of Forest Environment Science and Technology; Via San Bonaventura a Quaracchi,13, I-50145, Florence, Italy.
Type of business or sector: Italian Public University.

Education:
Dates: 2002
Title of qualification awarded: PhD in Forest Ecology
Principal subjects/occupational skills covered: To analyse the physiology of a 70 year’s old pinewood forest (Pinus pinea L.) in the "Maremma Regional Park" (Tuscany -Italy).
Name and type of organization providing education and training: University of Padua, Italy
Level in national or international classification: ISCED 6

Dates: 1998
Title of qualification awarded: MSc degree in Forestry (graduated with a first-class honours degree, 110/110 cum laude).
Principal subjects/occupational skills covered: International European Union project: "Ecology and Sustainable Semi -Natural Silvicultural Management of Indigenous Forest of Central South -East Asia". The MSc thesis aimed to study the species composition and the stand structure of some mixed and dry Dipterocarps Forests growing inside the Thung Yai-Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary, Thailand, (UNESCO World Heritage Site).
Name and type of organization providing education and training: University of Florence, Italy
Level in national or international classification: ISCED 5


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
Publications:
- Teobaldelli M., Doswald N., Dickson B. (2010) Monitoring for REDD+: carbon stock change and multiple benefits. Multiple Benefits Series 3. Prepared on behalf of the UN-REDD Programme. UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Centre, Cambridge
- Teobaldelli M (2009). Google Earth and Forest Monitoring. UN-REDD Programme newsletter. Issue 5 Dec 2009 / Jan 2010.
- Teobaldelli M., Somogyi Z., Migliavacca M., Usoltsev A.U. (2009). Generalized functions of biomass expansion factors for conifers and broadleaved by stand age, growing stock and site index. Forest Ecology and Management 257:1004-1013;
- Achard F., Grassi G., Herold M., Teobaldelli M., Mollicone D. (2008). Use of satellite Remote Sensing in LULUCF sector. Background paper at the IPCC Expert Meeting 13-15 May 2008 to consider the current IPCC guidance on estimating emissions and removals of greenhouse gases from land uses such as agriculture and forestry. GOFC-GOLD Report No. 33, Land Cover Project Office, Jena, Germany;
- Somogyi Z., Teobaldelli M., Federici S., Matteucci G., Pagliari V., Grassi G., Seufert G. (2008). Allometric Biomass and Carbon Factors Database. iForest 1:107-113;
- Teobaldelli M. (2008). Disturbi Naturali e protocollo di Kyoto. Forest@ 5:153-155;
- Somogyi Z., Teobaldelli M., Federici S. Seufert G., Matteucci G., Pagliari V. (2007). The Allometric, Biomass and Carbon Factors Database. JRC Public information document (JRC40568);
- Teobaldelli M., Federici S. Seufert G., Pagliari V. (2007). The European Yield Tables Database. JRC Public information document (JRC40562);