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The BioMiti Poject

Looking for Life on the Brenta Dolomites

BioMiti is a multi-year research project carried out by the Adamello Brenta Nature Park in collaboration with Department of Veterinary  Medicine at the University of Sassari and Invertebrate  Zoology and Hydrobiology Section of   MUSE.

The BioMiti Project aims to study the ecosystem in the Brenta Dolomites in order to understand the effects of current climate change.

The survey will be carried out primarily in the high-alpine altitude range between 1900 and 2900 m asl. It will deal with fauna, flora and climate evaluations. Furthermore, the geo-morphological features of the area, capable of conditioning the multiplicity of microclimates, will not be considered too.

All the data obtained through detailed scientific analysis will lead to a better understanding of the effects of global warming in progress to find suitable measures for an ever better protection of natural environments.

In addition to strictly scientific objectives, BioMiti is also a “bridge” between scientific research and the involvement of people who visit the mountains of the Park. They will be actively involved in some stages of the study and improve their knowledge of Nature.
What are we waiting for? Let’s go and do reseach in the Park !!

 

 

 

PLOT 1: reaching 3000m a.s.l.

Home > Research and biodiversity > The BioMiti Poject PLOT 1: reaching 3000m a.s.l. Reaching Cima Grostè (2989 m), the northernmost peak in the central...

PLOT 2: below the walls of Cima Grostè at 2700m a.s.l.

Home > Research and biodiversity > The BioMiti Poject PLOT 2: below the walls of Cima Grostè at 2700m a.s.l. At every step, we try...

PLOT 3: a scree at about 2500m a.s.l.

Home > Research and biodiversity > The BioMiti Poject PLOT 3: a scree at about 2500m a.s.l. We take the trace of an old path...

PLOT 4: the environment becomes DoloMithic. We are at about 2300m a.s.l.

Home > Research and biodiversity > The BioMiti Poject PLOT 4: the environment becomes DoloMithic. We are at about 2300m a.s.l. Far beyond the edge...

PLOT 5: the Krumholtz area at 2100m a.s.l.

Home > Research and biodiversity > The BioMiti Poject PLOT 5: the Krumholtz area at 2100m a.s.l. We are in the transition zone between the...

PLOT 6: the larch wood at 1900m a.s.l.

Home > Research and biodiversity > The BioMiti Poject PLOT 6: the larch wood at 1900m a.s.l. A short distance from the Refuge Casinei, we...

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