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The ITALIAN GLACIOLOGICAL COMMITTEE (CGI) has been working in Italy since 1895,
with the task to promote and to coordinate research in the field of glaciology.

Originally the CGI was a commission for the study of Italian glaciers within the Italian Alpine Club (CAI);
since 1914, it became independent organism with the support of the National Research Council (CNR)
and of other organizations and agencies interested in glaciological research.

 

Credits

Scientific Responsible: Carlo Baroni; web hosting and technical support: Mavida s.n.c. – Torino; webmaster: Stefano Perona; site planning: Stefano Russo (CGI – GFDQ), Giovanni Righini (GFDQ), Luigi Perotti

Contents and digital acquiring thanks to Francesca Alberta Banchieri, Stefano Perona, Gianni Mortara and Luca Ghirardi

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