Presentazione sul tema: "DSM in Italy: the case study of the PRIN project Terribile F (1)., Aru A., Basile A (3)., Bocchi S. (4), Bonfante A. (1), Bonifacio E. (5), Buttafuoco."— Transcript della presentazione:
DSM in Italy: the case study of the PRIN project Terribile F (1)., Aru A., Basile A (3)., Bocchi S. (4), Bonfante A. (1), Bonifacio E. (5), Buttafuoco G. (3), Cantelli D. (6), Carnicelli S. (7), Castrignanò A. (8), Ciampalini R. (7), Comolli R. (6), Dazzi C. (9), De Mascellis R. (3), Falsone G. (5), Iamarino M. (1), Iasio C. (7), Laudicina V. A. (9), Lo Papa G. (9), Lopez R. (4), Manna P. (1), Monteleone S. (7), Parello F., Parisi S., Paternò M., Provenzano G., Scalenghe R. (9), Territo C. (9), Tusa D. (9), Vacca A. (2), Vingiani, S (1)., Wolf U. (7), Zanini E., Zucca C (6). (1) DISSPA Università di Napoli Federico II; (2) Università di Cagliari; (3) CNR ISAFOM, Ercolano; (4) Università di Milano; (5) Università di Torino; (6) Università di Milano Bicocca; (7) Università di Firenze; (8) ISA MIPAF Bari; (9) Università di Palermo
It is a national project funded by the Italian Ministry of Research (PRIN) It is a project on methodologies to address spatial variability issue for soil mapping
An introduction to the approach In the last decade, in Italy soil mapping has indeed become a strategic tool for landscape planning at different levels (village, district, region, country) and for different purposes The methodologies have been well standardised and, of course, they all rely on georeferenced databases. Soil survey is generally performed on the budget of the different administrative regions and it is generally made by private companies of pedologists.
The standard approach – deterministic and discontinuous (s=f(cl,o,r,p,t…))
Despite the extremelly high value of the results obtained by soil mapping……………there are some problems ……….
Of course the problem of spatial variability inside each soil mapping and soil type units it is an old problem Nelson e McCracken, 1962; Andrew e Stearns, 1963; Mader, 1963; Wilding et al., 1964; Powel e Springer 1965; Beckett e Webster, 1971; Bascomb e Jarvis 1976; Wilding et al. 1965; McCormack e Wilding; Nettleton et al. (1991).
But also the lack of some major physical and hydrological soil properties (i.e. hydraulic conductivity; water retention curve, mechanical resistivity, etc.…) This make difficult for soil map to properly address many functional soil properties (i.e. related to water movement) Information on the spatial variability of the soil physical properties are becoming a must in environmental studies,….. if meaningful result have to be given. Such framework is extremelly important moving towards the use of physically based models. Such limitation is one of the major problems in future application of soil mapping to address many environmental and agricultural problems.
Volcanic soils and triggering mechanisms of landslide initiation: the case study of Sarno e Quindici (ad es. Basile, Mele, Terribile. 2002. Soil hydraulic behaviour of a selected benchmark soil involved in the landslide of Sarno 1998. Geoderma Elsevier)
Tipologia di modelli utilizzati An example of the influence of soil type on pollution susceptibility of shallow groundwater Basile, A., De Mascellis, R., Terribile, F. 1999. Il suolo e la protezione degli acquiferi: studio pedologico e idrologico dei suoli della piana del F. Sarno (Campania). Quaderni di Geologia Applicata. Numero monografico su "Rischio di Inquinamento"; pubbl. GNUCI- CNR n. 2000. pp. 1251-1261
The general aims of the project : To approach the difficult problem of soil variability in soil mapping analysing the soil continuum by: Standard soil survey Geostatistical approaches Deterministic continuum approaches (i.e.DEM derived parameters; vegetation indexes, etc.) using covariates
Measurements with a high benefit/cost ratio for high resolution survey (i.e. vegetation spectral indexes, geophysics, ultrasonic penetrometry, field fluorescence spectrometry, etc.) Measurement of highly relevant physical properties for low resolution survey (i.e. automatic tension infiltrometers, REV, etc.)
The research proposal has involved the following univerisites: Napoli, Firenze, Torino, Milano, Cagliari, Palermo and 2 research institute (CNR Isafom of Napoli and ISA of Bari). Years: 2002- 2006
The people in charge of the project : Coordinator: F. Terribile Pedology: R. Comolli; C. Dazzi Soil hydrology: A. Basile Geostatistics: A. Castrignanò Continuous deterministic approaches – S. Carnicelli Geophysics: Geostudi (private company) & A. Vacca Aggregation: Eleonora Bonifacio
Valchiavenna (300 ha) Lodigiano (2000 ha) Mustigarufi (150 ha) Study sites: training sites for the group
Main analysis for each study area Field 100 + 80 (in a sub-area) profile/auger/minipit description 100 + 80 (in a sub-area) penetrometric measurements About 30 infiltrometry test (70% with TDR measurements); Undisturbed samples for hydrology micromorphology on benchmark soils (about 5 profiles); Geophysical continuous measurement (mainly EM) lab Water retention curve, Ks and micromorphology on benchmark soils PSD, pH (water, KCl), total geochemistry, C org, N, carbonates, etc. on all the soils Aggregate stability
67 11 21 37 8 42 35 15 Percentage of soil type data accounted by their terrain average values Podzols mapCambisols mapLeptosols map Soil type data: Podzol: n. 42 Cambisol: n. 24 Leptosol: n. 20
First Conclusions We produced, in the 3 study areas, a unique soil database (at least for Italy), in terms of type of analysis and spatial resolution of the measurements. It is a very important site where to test methodologies on spatial variability Feasibility of producing in little time (1-2 weeks /area) an intensive survey of morphological and physical measurements.
First Conclusions We now plan to address the soil functioning especially in the plain of Lodi with reference to two applications: (i) filtering (nitrate leaching); (ii) crop production The project will finish in dec 2005 and …..we are very much looking for collaborations and help……
Modello di simulazione (SWAP) OUTPUT proprietà funzionali W -80 e SOL -80 PARAMETRI SPAZIALMENTE DIPENDENTI Proprietà idrauliche Parametri di trasporto dei soluti PARAMETRI SPAZIALMENTE INDIPENDENTI Parametri della coltura (Kc, funzione di attingimento radicale, etc) Condizioni Iniziali e al contorno inferiore (falda) e superiore (ETp, pioggie, irrigazioni, sversamenti, etc)
Richards C(h) h/ t = / z [ K(h) ( h/ z + 1)] - S EQUAZIONI DEL MOTO DELLACQUA E DEL TRASPORTO DEI SOLUTI Convezione-Dispersione R ( C r / T) = 1/ P ( 2 /C r / Z 2 ) - ( C r / Z)
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