BEVILACQUA, STANISLAO
 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
EU - Europa 1.919
AS - Asia 721
NA - Nord America 571
AF - Africa 30
Continente sconosciuto - Info sul continente non disponibili 1
Totale 3.242
Nazione #
IT - Italia 748
IE - Irlanda 720
US - Stati Uniti d'America 569
CN - Cina 522
SE - Svezia 206
UA - Ucraina 134
IN - India 91
FR - Francia 44
FI - Finlandia 41
HK - Hong Kong 37
KR - Corea 34
SN - Senegal 27
BE - Belgio 14
SG - Singapore 14
JP - Giappone 12
TR - Turchia 9
GB - Regno Unito 6
DE - Germania 3
ZA - Sudafrica 3
CA - Canada 2
MY - Malesia 2
PL - Polonia 2
ES - Italia 1
EU - Europa 1
Totale 3.242
Città #
Dublin 720
Lecce 720
Shenzhen 446
Wayanad 88
Jacksonville 85
Chandler 60
Princeton 43
Seoul 30
New York 29
Dakar 27
Des Moines 26
Ann Arbor 25
Central District 19
Hong Kong 18
Wilmington 18
Kent 17
Brussels 14
Ogden 12
Tokyo 12
Lequile 11
Kocaeli 9
West Jordan 9
Singapore 8
Jinan 7
Shenyang 6
Zhengzhou 6
Boardman 5
Los Angeles 5
Hangzhou 4
Phoenix 4
Dallas 3
Nanjing 3
Pisa 3
Bari 2
Calgary 2
Cape Town 2
Genoa 2
Gorizia 2
Lanzhou 2
Martham 2
Nanchang 2
Nanterre 2
Norwalk 2
Seelze 2
Taiyuan 2
Tianjin 2
Warsaw 2
Braunschweig 1
Chaoyang 1
Cles 1
Council Bluffs 1
Edinburgh 1
Fairfield 1
Grahamstown 1
Guangzhou 1
Haikou 1
Hebei 1
Helsinki 1
Hongtong 1
Houston 1
Jiaxing 1
Kuala Lumpur 1
Latina 1
Mountain View 1
Mumbai 1
Naples 1
Ningbo 1
Oleiros 1
Paris 1
Saint-Maur-des-Fossés 1
Santa Clara 1
Totale 2.544
Nome #
Large-scale variation in combined impacts of canopy loss and disturbance on community structure and ecosystem functioning 517
A regional assessment of cumulative impact mapping on Mediterranean coralligenous outcrops 97
Mediterranean Bioconstructions Along the Italian Coast. 89
Taxonomic sufficiency and the increasing insufficiency of taxonomic expertise 88
The Challenge of Planning Conservation Strategies in Threatened Seascapes: Understanding the Role of Fine Scale Assessments of Community Response to Cumulative Human Pressures 86
Geographic distance, water circulation and environmental conditions shape the biodiversity of Mediterranean rocky coasts 82
Measuring more of β-diversity: Quantifying patterns of variation in assemblage heterogeneity. An insight from marine benthic assemblages 80
Beta diversity and taxonomic sufficiency: do higher-level taxa reflect heterogeneity in species composition? 79
Are eulittoral assemblages suitable for detecting the effects of sewage discharges in Atlantic and Mediterranean coastal areas? 74
Impact of offshore gas platforms on the structural and functional biodiversity of nematodes 73
DIVERSITà DI HABITAT E POPOLAMENTI DEL MEDIO E BASSO ADRIATICO: STATO DELLE CONOSCENZE E IMPLICAZIONI NELLE STRATEGIE DI MONITORAGGIO, GESTIONE E CONSERVAZIONE 72
"The main unified theories of biodiversity, despite being apparently profoundly different, are founded on a..." Evaluation of: [McGill BJ. Towards a unification of unified theories of biodiversity. Ecol Lett. 2010 May; 13(5):627-42; doi: 10.1111/j.1461-0248.2010.01449.x]. Faculty of 1000, 17 May 2010. F1000.com/3186956 71
Conservation of Mediterranean habitats and biodiversity countdowns: What information do we really need? 67
Increasing heterogeneity of sensitive assemblages as a consequence of human impact in submarine caves 67
Idiosyncratic effects of protection in a remote marine reserve 67
Effect of protection on recovery trajectories of hard substrate sessile assemblages 66
"The authors provide a clear, user-friendly guide in approaching beta-diversity theory and analyses. We strongly..." Evaluation of: [Anderson MJ et al. Navigating the multiple meanings of beta diversity: a roadmap for the practicing ecologist. Ecol Lett. 2011 Jan; 14:19-28; doi: 10.1111/j.1461-0248.2010.01552.x]. Faculty of 1000, 21 Feb 2011. F1000.com/8373956 65
"Macroecology describes large-scale patterns, but microecology is fundamental to understand processes. In view of the..." Evaluation of: [Paine RT. Macroecology: does it ignore or can it encourage further ecological syntheses based on spatially local experimental manipulations? (American Society of Naturalists address). Am Nat. 2010 Oct; 176(4):385-93; doi: 10.1086/656273]. Faculty of 1000, 24 Sep 2010. F1000.com/5203956 64
The use of taxonomic distinctness indices in assessing patterns of biodiversity in modular organisms 63
Best Practicable Aggregation of Species: a step forward for species surrogacy in environmental assessment and monitoring 63
"The authors empirically demonstrated that the spatial heterogeneity of the physical environment mediates the effects..." Evaluation of: [Griffin J et al. Spatial heterogeneity increases the importance of species richness for an ecosystem process. Oikos. 2009; 118:1335-42; doi: 10.1111/j.1600-0706.2009.17572.x]. Faculty of 1000, 20 Jan 2010. F1000.com/1555978 62
"The author guides the reader through the fascinating theme of anthropogenic and natural sources of..." Evaluation of: [Hildebrand JA. Anthropogenic and natural sources of ambient noise in the ocean. Mar Ecol Prog Ser. 2009; 395; doi: 10.3354/meps08353]. Faculty of 1000, 02 Mar 2010. F1000.com/2111967 62
Grazer removal and nutrient enrichment as recovery enhancers for overexploited rocky subtidal habitats 62
Taxonomic sufficiency in the detection of natural and human-induced changes in marine assemblages: A comparison of habitats and taxonomic groups 60
Recovery after anthropogenic disturbance: early effect of protection on recovery patterns of hard subtidal sessile assemblages 59
Low sensitiveness of taxonomic distinctness indices to human impacts:Evidences across marine benthic organisms and habitat types 59
"The authors convincingly argue that assumptions underlying the neutral theory of ecology are highly implausible..." Evaluation of: [Purves DW, Turnbull LA. Different but equal: the implausible assumption at the heart of neutral theory. J Anim Ecol. 2010 Nov; 79(6):1215-25; doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2656.2010.01738.x]. Faculty of 1000, 29 Nov 2010. F1000.com/5011956 59
Missing species among Mediterranean non-Siphonophoran Hydrozoa 59
Species surrogacy in environmental impact assessment and monitoring: extending the BestAgg approach to asymmetrical designs 59
Detecting human mitigation intervention: Effects of sewage treatment upgrade on rocky macrofaunal assemblages 58
Long-term effects of tidal restriction on fish assemblages in east Atlantic coastal marshlands 57
Taxonomic relatedness does not matter for species surrogacy in the assessment of community responses to environmental drivers 57
The distribution of hydroids (Cnidaria, Hydrozoa) from micro- to macro-scale: Spatial patterns on habitat-forming algae 56
Taxonomic relatedness does not reflect coherent ecological response of fish to protection 56
Protection enhances community and habitat stability: Evidence from a Mediterranean marine protected area 55
Species-accumulation curves and taxonomic surrogates: an integrated approach for estimation of regional species richness 54
Taxonomic distinctness in Mediterranean marine nematodes and its relevance for environmental impact assessment 51
Mitigating human disturbance: can protection influence trajectories of recovery in benthic assemblages? 49
A review of the combined effects of climate change and other local human stressors on the marine environment 49
Local vs regional effects of substratum on early colonization stages of sessile assemblages 48
New frameworks for species surrogacy in monitoring highly variable coastal ecosystems: Applying the BestAgg approach to Mediterranean coastal lagoons 46
An integrated assessment of the Good Environmental Status of Mediterranean Marine Protected Areas 44
Multivariate and univariate asymmetrical analyses in environmental impact assessment: a case study of Mediterranean subtidal sessile assemblages 44
Effects of offshore platforms on soft-bottom macro-benthic assemblages: a case study in a Mediterranean gas field 42
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Totale 3.265
Categoria #
all - tutte 14.118
article - articoli 0
book - libri 0
conference - conferenze 0
curatela - curatele 0
other - altro 0
patent - brevetti 0
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 0
Totale 14.118


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2018/201985 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 84
2019/2020437 5 46 10 44 19 120 46 62 14 17 52 2
2020/2021429 44 2 48 44 42 44 15 46 28 65 6 45
2021/2022158 1 1 8 16 27 2 2 20 4 1 9 67
2022/20231.129 44 81 67 10 23 67 15 46 749 1 22 4
2023/2024855 28 24 462 26 25 31 3 19 35 132 70 0
Totale 3.265