Irene Amici

Author: Irene Amici

Awarded her degree in Biological Sciences and Landscape Architecture in 1999. She currently works as a freelance professional in the environmental sector, providing technical and scientific support for environmental planning and teaching in the public sector (protected areas, nature reserves, municipalities, provinces, regions, universities, research institutes). She has worked as a consultant to the Lazio region, the Parco Nazionale del Circeo and the Parco Nazionale Arcipelago di La Maddalena for conservation and monitoring as part of the Natura 2000 ecological network, on foreign and exotic species. She works with architectural, geological, agronomist and forestry companies for the integrated planning of multi-purpose interventions: environmental engineering and land protection; renaturalization of water courses; agricultural and forestry management planning; creation of thematic maps (land use maps, pedological maps, plant cover, ownership structure, ecosystems, habitats etc); development of local planning instruments; environmental impact assessments, environmental impact studies, impact assessments, environmental insertion studies and technical assistance on worksite management.

Rooms 41 and 42: results of the laboratory analyses on root systems

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It is of real importance for all those who, like us, are concerned for the Domus Aurea and its vegetation, respectively a unique and irreplaceable archaeological heritage and a magnificent natural heritage, to discuss the difficult relationship between these two features in the park on the Oppian Hill.

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