Università degli Studi di Padova
I come from the province of Vicenza, Veneto, Italy. I completed my bachelor (in 2016) and master (in 2018) degrees in Natural Sciences in University of Padova. My master thesis title is "Impact of landscape simplification on spider communities: A case study in NE Italy". My personal interests are spider and insect ecology, community and bipartite network statistical analyses. Very recently, I've started to deal with DNA metabarcoding approach for investigating arthropod community changes in forest landscape. In fact, my current PhD project regards the impacts of windstorm Vaia on soil arthropod communities.
More information on my research: www.researchgate.net/profile/Davide_Nardi2
PhD project: VAIA wind storm: understanding outcomes and future trends on forest biodiversity through a DNA metabarcoding approach
FEM Department and supervisor: Sustainable ecosystems & bioresources Department, Forest Ecology and Biogeochemical Cycles Unit, Dr. Cristiano Vernesi (supervisor)