scuola dottorato

Chiara Maccelli

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c.maccelli1@studenti.unipi.it

Geologist, or rather geochemist, passionate traveler, and sea lover.
I have focused my studies on waters geochemistry, especially on heavy metals research. Currently, my research is focused on investigating the presence of heavy metals in waters, suspended solids, and sediments. I will carry out isotopic analyses to produce a statistical model of the phenomenon. The research area includes the hydrographic system of the Valdinievole sub-basin, the Padule di Fucecchio and the Usciana River, which are located in the western part of Tuscany (Italy). Many relevant anthropic activities and enterprises, such as paper mill industries, flora-nursery farms, and one of the most productive Italian tanning districts, are carried out in the area we are investigating. All of these activities are hazardous for the environmental and for the human health.
B.Sc. in Geological Sciences at the University of Study of Florence, A.A. 2015-2016. Thesis Title: “Petrography and mineral chemistry of an unequilibrated chondrite”.
M.Sc. in Geological Sciences and Technologists at the University of Study of Florence, A.A. 2018-2019. Thesis Title: “Heavy metals contamination in surface waters and suspended materials from the Usciana River, Tuscany”.
Ph.D. student in Earth Sciences at the University of Pisa, 2020-2023. Thesis Title: “Natural and anthropogenic contributions of heavy metals from suspended solids, sediments, and fresh waters from the Valdinievole sub-basin, Padule di Fucecchio and Usciana River (Tuscany, Italy)”.

RESEARCH INTEREST

Water and environmental geochemistry

Heavy metals pollution

Stable isotopes


Research project: Natural and anthropogenic contributions of heavy metals from suspended solids, sediments, and fresh waters from the Valdinievole sub-basin, Padule di Fucecchio and Usciana River (Tuscany, Italy).

Supervisors:

Dott.ssa Barbara Nisi (CNR)
Dott. Claudio Natali (UNIFI)


Chiara Maccelli

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