Professional summary

Dr Fabrizio Albanito is a soil biogeochemist modeller expert in interdisciplinary research encompassing process-based and statistical modelling, experimental research for soil GHG emissions, and participatory methods that aim to assess how agroecosystems can be transformed to be more sustainable and resilient to climate change. 

His other research interests include: biogeochemical process-based soil models; statistical modelling using Generalized Additive Mixed Models; multi-criteria decision-making methods to assess decision processes and contexts in sustainable scenarios (Analytic Hierarchical Process, Analytic Network Process, DEMATEL); quantitative spatial analysis; and, participatory decision support tools for trade-off and synergy analysis in agricultural settings, for example, Cool Farm Tool.

Other Publications

F. Albanito, et al. (2022). How modellers model: the overlooked social and human dimensions in model intercomparison studies. Environmental Science & Technology. 2022;56(18):13485-98.

F. Albanito, et al. (2022). Quantifying the land-based opportunity carbon costs of onshore wind farms. Journal of Cleaner Production, 363.

K. Tesfaye, et al. (2021). Model Comparison and Quantification of Nitrous Oxide Emission and Mitigation Potential from Maize and Wheat Fields at a Global Scale. Science of the Total Environment, 782.

M. Jones and F. Albanito (2020). Can biomass supply meet the demands of BECCS? Global Change Biology,

J. Smith, et al. (2020). A systems model describing the impact of organic resource use on farming households in low to middle income countries. Agricultural Systems.

Z. Shang, et al. (2019). Measurement of N2O emissions over the whole year is necessary for estimating reliable emission factors. Environmental Pollution.

F. Albanito, et al. (2019). Mitigation potential and environmental impact of centralized versus distributed BECCS with domestic biomass production in Great Britain. Global Change Biology and Bioenergy.

Q. Yue, et al. (2018). Re-assessing nitrous oxide emissions from croplands across Mainland China. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 268, 70-78.

A. Molotoks, et al. (2018). Global projections of future cropland expansion to 2050 and direct impacts on biodiversity and carbon storage. Global Change Biology, 24(12), 5895-5908.


F. Albanito, et al. (2017). Direct Nitrous Oxide emissions from tropical and subtropical agricultural systems - a review and modelling of emission factors. Scientific Reports Nature, 7, 44235.