Federica Roscioni

Federica Roscioni

Federica Roscioni is a graduate in Biology, and she specialised in a master on “Animal Conservation and Biodiversity: Protected Areas and Ecological Webs” (2005; Università “La Sapienza” di Roma). She has carried out a PhD at the University of Molise on the valuation of the cumulative impact of wind farms on bat fauna. Her experience includes ecological and conservational competences on vertebrates, with particular focus on Chiropteria, even if  during her research and professional activity she was involved with teriofauna and sea turtles. She is an expert in environmental and ecological modelling (distribution models, environmental suitability models, analysis of habitat fragmentation, connectivity analysis), she collaborates with the University of Molise, University of Naples, University of Florence and CIBIO-UP on ecological researches and distribution of Chiropteria. From 2014 she is the national coordinator of GIRC (Gruppo Italiano Ricerca Chirotteri). She collaborates with Filicudi WildLife Conservation on environmental modelling for the valuation of the distribution and habitat suitability of Caretta caretta in the Aeolian islands.