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Cristina Tarantino

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Cristina Tarantino, physicist, is a researcher at CNR-IIA (National Research Council of Italy-Institute for Atmospheric Pollution Research). Since 1999, her research activity has focused on remote sensed multi-source image processing and pattern recognition problems with using neural networks, support vector machines, statistical algorithms, and expert knowledge driven approaches. The different applications analyzed are developed in GIS environment according to the standard OGC (Open Geospatial Consortium) and mainly they concern: land cover classification, data fusion, change detection, time series analysis, habitat and invasive species mapping. She has worked to several international projects and is co-author of more than 30 publications on peer-review journals.


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Google Scholar H-Index: 16
Scopus H-Index: 13
ISI-WoS H-Index: 12

Experience

Ricercatore III livello
Company: CNR-IIA - c/o Dipartimento Interateneo di Fisica dell'Università degli Studi di Bari, Via Amendola, 173
Company web site: http://www.iia.cnr.it
Time period: 08/2016 - today

Analysis and processing of remote sensed multi-source optical images for land cover/land use mapping, change detection, habitat and invasive species mapping, time series analysis.


Ricercatore III livello
Company: CNR-ISSIA - Via Amendola, 122/D-O
Time period: 04/2010 - 08/2016

Remote sensed optical image processing for land cover/land use mapping and change detection at high and very high spatial resolution.



Research products

Maria Adamo 1,*, Valeria Tomaselli 2,3, Cristina Tarantino 1 , Saverio Vicario 1 , Giuseppe Veronico 3 , Richard Lucas 4 and Palma Blonda 1

Knowledge-Based Classification of Grassland Ecosystem Based on Multi-Temporal WorldView-2 Data and FAO-LCCS Taxonomy

Maria Adamo 1,*, Valeria Tomaselli 2,3, Cristina Tarantino 1 , Saverio Vicario 1 , Giuseppe Veronico 3 (2020) in Remote sensing (Basel)
Saverio Vicario (1), Maria Adamo (1), Domingo Alcaraz-Segura (2)(3), Cristina Tarantino (1)

Bayesian Harmonic Modelling of Sparse and Irregular Satellite Remote Sensing Time Series of Vegetation Indexes: A Story of Clouds and Fires

(2020) in Remote sensing (Basel)
M. Aquilino (1), C. Tarantino (1), M. Adamo (1), A. Barbanente (2), P. Blonda (1)

Earth Observation for the Implementation of Sustainable Development Goal 11 Indicators at Local Scale: Monitoring of the Migrant Population Distribution

(2020) in Remote sensing
Cristina Tarantino (1), Francesca Casella (2), Maria Adamo (1), Richard Lucas (3), Carl Beierkuhnlein (4), Palma Blonda (1)

Ailanthus altissima mapping from multi-temporal very high resolution satellite images

(2019) in ISPRS journal of photogrammetry and remote sensing
M. Aquilino (1), C. Tarantino (1), M. Adamo (1), P. Blonda (1), A. Barbanente (2)

Osservazione della Terra per il monitoraggio e la gestione dei flussi migratori

(2019) XXII Conferenza Nazionale SIU Società Italiana degli Urbanisti 2019, Matera-Bari, 5-7/06/2019
C.M. Baker(1), P. Blonda(2), F. Casella(3), F. Diele(4), C. Marangi(4), A. Martiradonna(4), S. Ragni(5), C. Tarantino(2)

Optimal spatio-temporal control of invasive plant in protected areas

(2018) 10th Workshop: Structural Dynamical Systems: Computational Aspects (SDS2018), Porto Giardino Resort, Capitolo (Monopoli), Bari, Italy, 12-15/06/2018
Angela Martiradonna (1), Chris Baker (2), Palma Blonda (3), Francesca Casella (4), Fasma Diele (1), Carmela Marangi (1), Stefania Ragni (5), Cristina Tarantino (3)

Optimal spatiotemporal control of Ailanthus altissima (Mill.) Swingle in the Alta Murgia National Park

(2018) MPDEE'18 International Conference of Models in Population Dynamics, Ecology and Evolution, Leicester (England), 9-13/04/2018
Gavish Y.; O'Connell J.; Marsh C.J.; Tarantino C.; Blonda P.; Tomaselli V.; Kunin W.E.

Comparing the performance of flat and hierarchical Habitat/Land-Cover classification models in a NATURA 2000 site

(2018) in ISPRS journal of photogrammetry and remote sensing
Baker C.M., P. Blonda, F. Casella, F. Diele, C. Marangi, A. Martiradonna, S. Ragni, and C. Tarantino

Optimal spatio-temporal control of invasive plants in protected areas

(2018) Structural Dynamical Systems (SDS) 2018, Monopoli, Bari, 12-15/06/2018
Tomaselli V., Veronico G., Tarantino C., Blonda P.

Mapping and monitoring in protected natural areas: the use of the FAO LCCS as an effective tool for habitat mapping and change detection

(2017) in Flora mediterranea (Testo stamp.)
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