Glaciers are living organisms, with a heart that never stops beating. Given that global warming is modifying the glacial environment, the MUSE museum and the Speleology Group in Lavis asked themselves what changes are taking place in the depths of glaciers. Glaciers find themselves continuously searching for an equilibrium with the current climatic conditions, showing they are alive but rapidly withdrawing. We can only hope we will not see them die.
A naturalist, he studies alpine glaciers, his activities focusing on current, recent and past glacial themes. He develops geological activities for schools.
Active member and President of the Speleological Group at SAT Lavis (Trento, Italy). Passionate about mountains, photography and divulgation.
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