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Riviste peer review

Le riviste peer review rappresentano il livello più alto e più tecnico nella disseminazione della ricerca scientifica. Difatti, per pubblicare su tali riviste i lavori degli autori vengono valutati da un gruppo di esperti del settore d'interesse (peer review - da 2 a 5 a seconda delle riviste), coordinati da uno degli editori della rivista. In altre parole, gli autori mettono "alla prova" la bontà scientifica e l'interesse del proprio lavoro di fronte a esperti qualificati del settore, tipicamente professori universitari o ricercatori.

Con più di 30 pubblicazioni su riviste peer review, IRIDRA, fin dagli inizi della sua attività, ha avuto l'interesse a far valutare la bontà della propria attività di ricerca dai massimi esperti del settore. In tal modo, IRIDRA ha potuto garantire ai propri clienti la capacità di mettere a disposizione le tecniche più innovative accettate dalla Comunità Scientifica e allo stesso tempo ha mantenuto un ruolo di eccellenza sia a livello nazionale che internazionale. Numerosi sono gli articoli pubblicati da membri dello staff di IRIDRA su due delle riviste di maggior rilievo nel settore della fitodepurazione e della gestione sostenibile delle acque, cioè Ecological Engineering e Water Science & Technology.

Elenco pubblicazioni su riviste peer review

In grassetto sono evidenziati gli autori dello staff IRIDRA.

  1. Langergraber, G. and Masi, F., 2017. Treatment wetlands in decentralised approaches for linking sanitation to energy and food security. Water Science and Technology, p.wst2017599.
  2. Boano, F., Rizzo, A., Samsó, R., García, J., Revelli, R. and Ridolfi, L., 2018. Changes in bacteria composition and efficiency of constructed wetlands under sustained overloads: A modeling experiment. The Science of the Total Environment, 612, p.1480-1487.
  3. Masi, F., Bresciani, R., Martinuzzi, N., Cigarini, G. and Rizzo, A., 2017. Large scale application of French reed beds: municipal wastewater treatment for a 20,000 inhabitants town in Moldova. Water Science and Technology, 76, 1, 68-78, 2017.
  4. Masi, F., Rizzo, A., Martinuzzi, N., Wallace, S.D., Van Oirschot, D., Salazzari, P., Meers, E. and Bresciani, R., 2017. Up-flow anaerobic sludge blanket and aerated constructed wetlands for swine wastewater treatment: a pilot study. Water Science and Technology, 76, 1, 134-146, 2017.
  5. Liquete, C., Udias, A., Conte, G., Grizzetti, B. and Masi, F., 2016. Integrated valuation of a nature-based solution for water pollution control. Highlighting hidden benefits. Ecosystem Services, 22, pp.392-401.
  6. Masi, F., Bresciani, R., Rizzo, A., Edathoot, A., Patwardhan, N., Panse, D. and Langergraber, G. Green walls for greywater treatment and recycling in dense urban areas: a case-study in Pune. Journal of Water Sanitation and Hygiene for Development, , 2016.
  7. Rizzo, A. and Langergraber, G.. Novel insights on the response of horizontal flow constructed wetlands to sudden changes of influent organic load: A modeling study. Ecological Engineering, 93, pp.242-249, 2016.
  8. Meyer, D., Chazarenc, F., Claveau-Mallet, D., Dittmer, U., Forquet, N., Molle, P., Morvannou, A., Pálfy, T., Petitjean, A., Rizzo, A. and Campà, R.S., . Modelling constructed wetlands: Scopes and aims–a comparative review. Ecological Engineering, 80, pp.205-213, 2015.
  9. Masi F., Vertical Flow Constructed Wetlands—Eco-engineering Systems for Wastewater and Sludge Treatment, Ecological Engineering, DOI: 10.1016/j.ecoleng.2015.06.039, 2015.
  10. Gunes K., Tuncsiper B., Drizo A., Masi F., Ayaz S., Tufekci H., Constructed and riverine wetlands design considerations for domestic and agricultural diffuse pollution treatment - a case study from Turkey. Desalination and Water Treatment, DOI: 10.1080/19443994.2015.1048534, 2015.
  11. Wu S., Wallace S., Brix H., Kuschk P., Kipkemoi Kirui W., Masi F., Dong R., Treatment of industrial effluents in constructed wetlands: Challenges, operational strategies and overall performance, Environmental Pollution, 201, 107–120, 2015.
  12. Masi F., Rochereau J., Troesch S., Ruiz I., Soto M., Wineries wastewater treatment by constructed wetlands: a review, Water Science & Technology, 71, 8, 1113-1127, 2015.
  13. Masi F., Bresciani R., Munz G., Lubello C., Evaporation-Condensation of Olive Mill Wastewater: comparison of condensate treatment by SBR and Constructed Wetlands, Ecological Engineering, 80, 156-161, 2015.
  14. Rizzo, A., Langergraber, G., Galvão, A., Boano, F., Revelli, R. and Ridolfi, L., 2014. Modelling the response of laboratory horizontal flow constructed wetlands to unsteady organic loads with HYDRUS-CWM1. Ecological Engineering, 68, pp.209-213.
  15. Gajewska M., Jóźwiakowski K., Ghrabi A., Masi F., Impact of Influent Wastewater Quality on Nitrogen Removal Rates in Multistage Treatment Wetlands, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 10/2014. DOI: 10.1007/s11356-014-3647-4.
  16. Gunes K., Oktar B., Ayaz S., Gunay A. S., Ozden G., Disbudak K., Senduran C., Dikerler T., Metin E., Masi F., Kaya B., Turkben L., Tuncsiper B., Large scale constructed wetland implementation projects in Turkey in salt lake special environmental protection area. Desalination and Water Treatment, 5, 1-10, 2013. DOI:10.1080/19443994.2013.791779.
  17. Masi F., Caffaz S. and Ghrabi A., ”Multi-stage constructed wetlands systems for municipal wastewater treatment”, Water Science & Technology, 67, 7, 1590-1598, 2013.
  18. La Notte A., Maes J., Thieu V., Bouraoui F., Masi F.. Biophysical assessment and monetary valuation of ecosystem services. Scenario analysis for the case of water purification in Europe. 01/2013; DOI:10.2788/72082 Publisher: Publications Office of the European Union, ISBN: 987-92-79-27799-3.
  19. Meyer D., Molle P., Esser D., Troesch S., Masi F., Dittmer U. Constructed Wetlands for Combined Sewer Overflow Treatment—Comparison of German, French and Italian Approaches. Water.; 5(1):1-12, 2013.
  20. Conte G., Bolognesi A., Bragalli C., Branchini S., De Carli A., Lenzi C., Masi F., Massarutto A., Pollastri M. and Principi I. “Innovative Urban Water Management as a Climate Change Adaptation Strategy: Results from the Implementation of the Project “Water Against Climate Change (WATACLIC)” . Water, 4(4), 1025-1038; 2012.
  21. Gunes K., Tuncsiper B., Masi F., Ayaz S., Leszczynska D., Fındık Hecan N. and Ahmad H., “Construction and maintenance cost analyzing of constructed wetland systems”, Water Practice & Technology, vol 6 n 3, doi:10.2166/wpt.2011.043., 2011.
  22. Ghrabi A., Bousselmi L., Masi F., Regelsberger M., “Constructed wetland as a low cost and sustainable solution for wastewater treatment adapted to rural settlements: the Chorfech wastewater treatment pilot plant”, Water Science & Technology, 63, 12, 3006-3012, 2011.
  23. Masi F., El Hamouri B., Abdel Shafi H., Baban A., Ghrabi A., Regelsberger M. “Segregated black/grey domestic wastewater treatment by Constructed Wetlands in the Mediterranean basin: the Zer0-m experience”, Water Science & Technology, 61, 1, 97-105, 2010. doi:10.2166/wst.2010.780.
  24. Scheumann R., Masi F., El Hamouri B., Kraume M., “Greywater treatment as an option for effective wastewater management in small communities”, Desalination and Water Treatment, 4, 33–39, 2009.
  25. Masi F., “Water reuse and resources recovery: the role of Constructed Wetlands in the Ecosan approach”, Desalination, Vol. 246, pp. 27-34, 2009.
  26. Masi F., “Constructed wetlands for decentralized wastewater treatment”. Water, Waste and Environmental Research, Vol. 7, N°1-2, pp: 25-38, 2007.
  27. Masi F., Martinuzzi N., Bresciani R., Giovannelli L. and Conte G., “Tolerance to hydraulic and organic load fluctuations in constructed wetlands”. Water Science & Technology, 56, 3, 39-48, 2007.
  28. Masi F. and Martinuzzi N., “Constructed Wetlands for the Mediterranean countries: hybrid systems for water reuse and sustainable sanitation”, Desalination, Vol. 215, pp. 44-55, 2007.
  29. Conte G., Martinuzzi N., Giovannelli L., Pucci B., Masi F. “Constructed wetlands for wastewater treatment in central Italy”, Water Science & Technology, vol. 44, n. 11-12 , 339-343, 2001.
  30. Lepri L., Masi F., Del Bubba M., Cini R., Udisti R., “Particle size distribution of organic compounds in aqueous aerosols collected from above sewage aeration tanks”, Aerosol Science & Technology, vol. 32, n. 5, 404-412, 2000.
  31. Masi F., Martinuzzi N., Loiselle S., Peruzzi P., Bacci M., “The tertiary treatment pilot plant of Publiser (Florence - Tuscany): a multistage experience”, Water Science & Technology, vol. 40, n. 3, 195-202, 1999.
  32. Masi F., Lepri L., Del Bubba M., Sacco C., Lo Nostro A., Comodo N., "Organic chemicals and microbial facies of liquid aerosols from a wastewater treatment plant", Annali di Chimica, 89, 231-248, 1999.
  33. Lepri L., Del Bubba M., Masi F., "Reversed phase planar chromatography of enantiomeric compounds on microcrystalline cellulose triacetate (MCTA)", Journal of Planar Chromatography, 10, 108-113, 1997.
  34. Lepri L., Desideri P.G., Cini R., Masi F., van Erk M.S., “Transport of organochlorine pesticides across the air/sea interface during the aerosol process”, Analytica Chimica Acta, 317, 149-160, 1995.
  35. Desideri P.G., Lepri L., Checchini L., Santianni D., Masi F., Bao M., “Organic compounds in Antarctic sea-water and pack-ice”, International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry, 61, 319-330, 1995.