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Federica Costantini

Professoressa associata

Dipartimento di Scienze Biologiche, Geologiche e Ambientali

Settore scientifico disciplinare: BIO/07 ECOLOGIA

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MAF-WORLD ​COST Action Marine Animal Forest World The aims of the MAF COST ACTION are: Develop a common theoretical and practical framework for the MAF by an ecosystem approach through a transdisciplinary perspective Delineate the gaps of knowledge that need study efforts and more coordination Create and develop ...

A.M.A Alieni Marini dell’Adriatico – Specie aliene lungo il Canale Candiano

La globalizzazione e lo sviluppo crescente delle attività umane come il traffico marittimo, l’acquacoltura, la pesca, e il turismo hanno provocato l’introduzione di tante specie marine al di fuori dal loro areale naturale di distribuzione. Queste specie aliene (dette anche esotiche, non-indigene, non-native ...

Behind the science: “Coastal vs. offshore population structure of a Mediterranean black coral species”

Interview of my former post doc Marko Terzin on  

SEA-UNICORN ​COST Action CA19107 Unifying approaches to Marine Connectivity for Improved Resource Management for the Seas

This COST Action brings together a large, international and interdisciplinary group of scientists and stakeholders with diverse yet complementary expertise. Our goal is to advance knowledge and unify concepts and approaches in the emerging field of Marine Functional Connectivity research to design and ...

PRIN Project Resistance and Resilience of Adriatic Mesophotic Biogenic Habitats to Human and Climate Change Threats

The present project aims to investigate Adriatic Mesophotic Biogenic Habitats focusing on biogeochemistry, biodiversity, connectivity, ecological processes, resistance and resilience with final aim to feed habitat suitability models in order to make predictions on their future distribution based on ...

SIR project: BioMount: Biodiversity patterns of seaMounts

A multidisciplinary research approaches to study 9 Mediterranean seamounts

MARTERA ERANET SEAMoBB project: Solutions for sEmi-Automated Monitoring of Benthic Biodiversity

Funded by the ERANet Mar-Tera [] over 2018-2021, the SEAMoBB european project gathers a consortium of 3 academic partners and 2 enterprises from France, Italy and Spain with the objective of delivering a monitoring protocol for benthic marine biodiversity of rocky habitats ...

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