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Number of items: 5.
Apollonio, Marco and Mattioli, Luca and Scandura, Massimo and Mauri, Lorenza and Gazzola, Andrea and Avanzinelli, Elisa (2004) Wolves in the Casentinesi forests: insights for wolf conservation in Italy from a protected area with a rich wild prey community. Biological Conservation, Vol. 120 (2), p. 249-260. ISSN 0006-3207. Article.
Casazza, Gabriele and Giordani, Paolo and Benesperi, Renato and Foggi, Bruno and Viciani, Daniele and Filigheddu, Rossella Speranza and Farris, Emmanuele and Bagella, Simonetta and Pisanu, Stefania and Mariotti, Mauro Giorgio (2014) Climate change hastens the urgency of conservation for range-restricted plant species in the central-northern Mediterranean region. Biological conservation, Vol. 179 , p. 129-138. ISSN 0006-3207. eISSN 1873-2917. Article.
Guidetti, Paolo and Milazzo, Marco and Bussotti, Simona and Molinari, Andrea and Murenu, Matteo and Pais, Antonio and Spanò, Nunziacarla and Balzano, Raffaella and Agardy, Tundi and Boero, Ferdinando and Carrada, Giancarlo and Cattaneo-Vietti, Riccardo and Cau, Angelo and Chemello, Renato and Greco, Silvestro and Manganaro, Antonio and Notarbartolo di Sciara, Giuseppe and Fulvio Russo, Giovanni and Tunesi, Leonardo (2008) Italian marine reserve effectiveness: does enforcement matter? Biological Conservation, Vol. 141 (3), p. 699-709. ISSN 0006-3207. Article.
Grignolio, Stefano and Merli, Enrico and Bongi, Paolo and Ciuti, Simone and Apollonio, Marco (2011) Effects of hunting with hounds on a non-target species living on the edge of a protected area. Biological Conservation, Vol. 144 (1), p. 641-649. eISSN 1873-2917. Article.
Zomer, Robert J. and Trabucco, Antonio and Wang, Mingcheng and Lang, Rong and Chen, Huafang and Metzger, Marc J. and Smajgl, Alex and Beckschäfer, Philip and Xu, Jianchu (2014) Environmental stratification to model climate change impacts on biodiversity and rubber production in Xishuangbanna, Yunnan, China. Biological Conservation, Vol. 170 , p. 264-273. eISSN 1873-2917. Article.