First NameStefano
Last NameBellani
Phone050 6212386
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  • University of Pisa, M.Sc., Geological Sciences.


  • 1989-90, International School of Geothermics (IIRG-International Institute for Geothermal Research of CNR, Pisa, Italy).
  • 1991, 1992: CNR Fellowships at IIRG-CNR, Pisa, Italy.
  • 1995-96: NATO-CNR Fellowship at Department of Geological Sciences, Geothermal Lab, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX, USA.
  • 1993-94 and 1997-2001: Researcher, CNR International Institute for Geothermal Research, contractual member of the staff.
  • 2001- present: Researcher, CNR International Institute for Geothermal Research, (now Institute of Geosciences and Earth Resources), permanent staff member.


  • 1997 – present: Responsible for heat flow measurements lab.
  • 1999 – present: Responsible for implementation and update of the National Geothermal Data Base.
  • 2004 – 2007: Associate Editor for Europe of Geothermics, International Journal edited by Elsevier.


  • Bellani S., Gherardi F. (2014): " Thermal Features of the Pisa Plain, a Neogenic Basin in Central Italy” – Geothermal Resources Council Transactions Vol. 38, 357-361 – ISSN: 0193-5933 ; ISBN: 0-934412-99-5.
  • Magro G., Bellani S., Della Vedova B. (2009): " The deep roots of the Larderello geothermal field (Italy) from heat flux and 3He anomalies" – Geothermal Resources Council Transactions Vol. 33, 405-410. - ISSN: 0193-5933 ; ISBN: 0-934412-94-4.
  • Della Vedova B., Vecellio C., Bellani S., Tinivella U.,(2008). “Thermal modelling of the Larderello geothermal field (Tuscany, Italy)”. Int. Journal of Earth Sciences, 97, 317-332.
  • Pasquale V., Verdoya M., Chiozzi P., Bodri L., Bellani S. (2005) “Temperature signal in the underground for climate history reconstruction in Italy”. Global and Planetary Change, 47, 36-50. ISSN: 0921-8181.
  • Bellani S., Brogi A., Lazzarotto A., Liotta D., Ranalli G. (2004) “Heat flow, deep temperatures and extensional structures in the Larderello geothermal field (Italy): constraints on geothermal fluid flow”. J. Volcanol. Geoth. Res., 132, 15-29. ISSN: 0377-0273.