PUBBLICAZIONI SCIENTIFICHE

Per chi fosse interessato ad approfondire i tanti aspetti della Montagna, di seguito trovate un elenco delle più recenti pubblicazioni scientifiche disponibili sulle principali riviste internazionali. Il primo blocco riguarda gli articoli scientifici che hanno come tema principale la montagna appenninica. Il secondo blocco riporta una selezione delle pubblicazioni del 2017 sulle montagne di tutto il mondo

 

LA MONTAGNA APPENNINICA

  • Piovesan, Gianluca, et al. "Drought‐driven growth reduction in old beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) forests of the central Apennines, Italy." Global Change Biology 14.6 (2008): 1265-1281.

  • Piovesan, Gianluca, et al. "Population ecology of yew (Taxus baccata L.) in the Central Apennines: spatial patterns and their relevance for conservation strategies." Plant Ecology 205.1 (2009): 23-46.

  • Tondi, G. "Contributo alla flora dei Monti della Laga (Appennino Centrale-versante laziale).(Flora of Laga Mountain (Central Apennine-Latial side): contribution to its knowledge.)." Ann. Bot.(Italy) 50.Suppl 9 (1992): 45-85.
  • Rita, Angelo, et al. "Differential climate–growth relationships in Abies alba Mill. and Fagus sylvatica L. in Mediterranean mountain forests." Dendrochronologia 32.3 (2014): 220-229.

  • Ravazzi, Cesare. "Late Quaternary history of spruce in southern Europe." Review of Palaeobotany and palynology 120.1 (2002): 131-177.

  • Lombardi, Fabio, et al. "Tree rings used to assess time since death of deadwood of different decay classes in beech and silver fir forests in the central Apennines (Molise, Italy)." Canadian Journal of Forest Research 38.4 (2008): 821-833.

  • Labra, M., et al. "Distribution of genetic variability in southern populations of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) from the Alps to the Apennines." Flora-Morphology, Distribution, Functional Ecology of Plants 201.6 (2006): 468-476.

  • Pignatti, Sandro. "Impact of tourism on the mountain landscape of central Italy." Landscape and urban planning 24.1-4 (1993): 49-53.

  • Piovesan, G., et al. "Structure, dynamics and dendroecology of an old-growth Fagus forest in the Apennines." Journal of Vegetation Science 16.1 (2005): 13-28.

  • Lovari, Sandro. "The Abruzzo Chamois." Oryx 14.01 (1977): 47-50.

  • Lombardi, F., et al. "Comparison of forest stand structure and management of silver fir–European beech forests in the Central Apennines, Italy and in the Dinaric Mountains, Slovenia." Plant Biosystems-An International Journal Dealing with all Aspects of Plant Biology 146.1 (2012): 114-123.

  • Butler, Robert WH, Enrico Tavarnelli, and Mario Grasso. "Structural inheritance in mountain belts: an Alpine–Apennine perspective." Journal of Structural Geology 28.11 (2006): 1893-1908.

  • Pinto-Correia, Teresa, and Willem Vos. "Multifunctionality in Mediterranean landscapes–past and future." The new dimensions of the European landscape 4 (2004): 135-164.

  • Ferrazzini, Diana, Ignazio Monteleone, and Piero Belletti. "Genetic variability and divergence among Italian populations of common ash (Fraxinus excelsior L.)." Annals of forest science 64.2 (2007): 159-168.

  • Granito, V. M., and D. Lunghini. "Biodiversity of macrofungi in the beech forests and calcareous grasslands of the Simbruini Mountains Regional Park (central Apennines, Italy)." Plant Biosystems-An International Journal Dealing with all Aspects of Plant Biology 145.2 (2011): 381-396.

  • Blasi, Carlo, et al. "Ecosystem classification and mapping: a proposal for Italian landscapes." Applied Vegetation Science 3.2 (2000): 233-242.

  • Brandmayr, P., et al. "Diversity patterns of carabids in the Alps and the Apennines." Alpine biodiversity in Europe. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2003. 307-317.

  • Bracchetti, Luca, Luciana Carotenuto, and Andrea Catorci. "Land-cover changes in a remote area of central Apennines (Italy) and management directions." Landscape and Urban Planning 104.2 (2012): 157-170.

  • Di Pietro, Romeo. "Observations on the beech woodlands of the Apennines (peninsular Italy): an intricate biogeographical and syntaxonomical issue." Lazaroa 30 (2009): 89.

  • Coppini, Matteo, and Luigi Hermanin. "Restoration of selective beech coppices: a case study in the Apennines (Italy)." Forest Ecology and Management 249.1 (2007): 18-27.

  • Bertini, Adele. "Pliocene climatic cycles and altitudinal forest development from 2.7 Ma in the northern Apennines (Italy): evidence from the pollen record of the Stirone section (∼ 5.1 to∼ 2.2 Ma)." Geobios 34.3 (2001): 253-265.

  • Borrelli, Pasquale, Michael Märker, and Brigitta Schütt. "Modelling Post‐Tree‐Harvesting Soil Erosion and Sediment Deposition Potential in the Turano River Basin (Italian Central Apennine)." Land Degradation & Development 26.4 (2015): 356-366.

  • Royden, Ll-L., and G. D. Karner. "Flexure of lithosphere beneath Apennine and Carpathian foredeep basins: evidence for an insufficient topographic load." AAPG Bulletin 68.6 (1984): 704-712.

  • Royden, Leigh, Etta Patacca, and Paolo Scandone. "Segmentation and configuration of subducted lithosphere in Italy: an important control on thrust-belt and foredeep-basin evolution." Geology 15.8 (1987): 714-717.

  • Maxwell, John C. "Turbidite, tectonic and gravity transport, northern Apennine Mountains, Italy." AAPG Bulletin 43.11 (1959): 2701-2719.

  • Bartolini, C. "When did the Northern Apennine become a mountain chain?." Quaternary International 101 (2003): 75-80.

  • Di Filippo, Alfredo, et al. "Bioclimate and growth history affect beech lifespan in the Italian Alps and Apennines." Global Change Biology 18.3 (2012): 960-972.

  • Piovesan, Gianluca, et al. "Spatial and altitudinal bioclimatic zones of the Italian peninsula identified from a beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) tree-ring network." Acta Oecologica 27.3 (2005): 197-210.

  • Ziaco, E., et al. "Old-growth attributes in a network of Apennines (Italy) beech forests: disentangling the role of past human interferences and biogeoclimate." Plant Biosystems-An International Journal Dealing with all Aspects of Plant Biology 146.1 (2012): 153-166.

  • Bartha, S., et al. "Changes of vascular plant diversity along a chronosequence of beech coppice stands, central Apennines, Italy." Plant Biosystems-An International Journal Dealing with all Aspects of Plant Biology 142.3 (2008): 572-583.

  • Ravizza, C., and E. R. Dematteis. "Mountain brooklet stonefly-fauna of northern Apennine." Atti della Società italiana di Scienze naturali e del Museo civico di Storia naturale di Milano 119 (1978): 229-242.

  • Biondi, Franco. "Climatic signals in tree rings of Fagus sylvatica L. from the central Apennines, Italy." Acta Oecologica 14.1 (1993): 57-71.

  • Bertini, Adele. "Pollen record from Colle Curti and Cesi: early and middle Pleistocene mammal sites in the Umbro–Marchean Apennine mountains (central Italy)." Journal of Quaternary Science 15.8 (2000): 825-840.

  • Marsella, Ennio, et al. "Tectonic history of the Lagonegro Domain and Southern Apennine thrust belt evolution." Tectonophysics 252.1 (1995): 307-330.

  • PIRILLO, Paolo. "Il passaggio dell'Alpe': per una storia della viabilità medievale fra la Romagna ed il territorio fiorentino." (1993).

  • Macalady, Jennifer L., et al. "Dominant microbial populations in limestone-corroding stream biofilms, Frasassi cave system, Italy." Applied and Environmental Microbiology 72.8 (2006): 5596-5609.

  • Brown, A. G., et al. "Multi‐proxy study of Holocene environmental change and human activity in the Central Apennine Mountains, Italy." Journal of Quaternary Science 28.1 (2013): 71-82.

  • Palombo, C., et al. "Is land abandonment affecting forest dynamics at high elevation in Mediterranean mountains more than climate change?." Plant Biosystems-An International Journal Dealing with all Aspects of Plant Biology 147.1 (2013): 1-11.

  • Palombo, Caterina. "The influence of land-use and climatic changes on mountain pine (Pinus mugo Turra spp. mugo) ecotone dynamics at its southern range margin on the Majella massif, Central Apennines." (2013).

  • Ollier, Cliff D., and Colin F. Pain. "THE APENNINES, THE DINARIDES, AND THE ADRIATIC SEA: IS THE ADRIATIC MICROPLATE A REALITY?." GEOGRAFIA FISICA E DINAMICA QUATERNARIA 32.2 (2009): 167-175.

  • Della Bella, Valentina, et al. "Mediterranean river biomonitoring in Central Italy: diatom biodiversity and characterization of communities." Journal of Limnology (2016).

  • Artoni, A., et al. "The Salsomaggiore structure (Northwestern Apennine foothills, Italy): a Messinian mountain front shaped by mass-wasting products." GeoActa 3 (2004): 107-128.

  • Solimini, Angelo G., et al. "Developing a multimetric index of ecological integrity based on macroinvertebrates of mountain ponds in central Italy." Hydrobiologia 597.1 (2008): 109-123.

  • Picotti, Vincenzo, and Frank J. Pazzaglia. "A new active tectonic model for the construction of the Northern Apennines mountain front near Bologna (Italy)." Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 113.B8 (2008).

  • De Roest, Kees, and Alberto Menghi. "Reconsidering ‘traditional’food: the case of Parmigiano Reggiano cheese." Sociologia Ruralis 40.4 (2000): 439-451.

  • Amici, A, et al. "Status della coturnice (Alectoris graeca) in alcune aree dell’Appennino Centrale." Ital. J. Mount. Env 66 (2011): 119-125.

  • Lucchi, F. Ricci, and G. B. Vai. "A stratigraphic and tectonofacies framework of the “calcari aLucina” in the Apennine chain, Italy." Geo-Marine Letters 14.2-3 (1994): 210-218.

  • Agnoletti, Mauro. "The degradation of traditional landscape in a mountain area of Tuscany during the 19th and 20th centuries: implications for biodiversity and sustainable management." Forest Ecology and Management 249.1 (2007): 5-17.

  • Vignaroli, Gianluca, et al. "Styles and regimes of orogenic thickening in the Peloritani Mountains (Sicily, Italy): new constraints on the tectono-metamorphic evolution of the Apennine belt." Geological Magazine 145.04 (2008): 552-569.

  • Ciucci, Paolo, and Luigi Boitani. "The Apennine brown bear: a critical review of its status and conservation problems." Ursus 19.2 (2008): 130-145.

  • Bertini, Adele. "Pollen record from Colle Curti and Cesi: early and middle Pleistocene mammal sites in the Umbro–Marchean Apennine mountains (central Italy)." Journal of Quaternary Science 15.8 (2000): 825-840.

  • McNeill, John Robert. The mountains of the Mediterranean world. Cambridge University Press, 2002.

  • Penteriani, Vincenzo. "Long-term study of a Goshawk breeding population on a Mediterranean mountain (Abruzzi Apennines, Central, Italy): density, breeding performance and diet." Journal of Raptor Research 31 (1997): 308-312.

  • Willner, Wolfgang, Romeo Di Pietro, and Erwin Bergmeier. "Phytogeographical evidence for post‐glacial dispersal limitation of European beech forest species." Ecography 32.6 (2009): 1011-1018.

  • Delcourt, Paul A., and Hazel R. Delcourt. "Long-term forest dynamics of the temperate zone." Long-Term Forest Dynamics of the Temperate Zone. Springer New York, 1987. 374-398.

  • Fusco, Fabio. "Vegetation response to early Pleistocene climatic cycles in the Lamone valley (Northern Apennines, Italy)." Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 145.1 (2007): 1-23.