Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 12630
EU - Europa 5603
AS - Asia 1287
Continente sconosciuto - Info sul continente non disponibili 14
SA - Sud America 14
AF - Africa 11
OC - Oceania 5
Totale 19564
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 12615
UA - Ucraina 1643
SE - Svezia 957
IT - Italia 722
DE - Germania 692
DK - Danimarca 586
TR - Turchia 584
IE - Irlanda 400
SG - Singapore 326
KR - Corea 308
FI - Finlandia 299
GB - Regno Unito 161
BE - Belgio 69
CN - Cina 44
FR - Francia 19
EU - Europa 14
ES - Italia 13
CA - Canada 10
NL - Olanda 10
RU - Federazione Russa 9
CL - Cile 7
CI - Costa d'Avorio 6
HR - Croazia 6
IN - India 6
JP - Giappone 6
NO - Norvegia 4
IR - Iran 3
NZ - Nuova Zelanda 3
AU - Australia 2
BG - Bulgaria 2
BR - Brasile 2
CO - Colombia 2
CR - Costa Rica 2
GR - Grecia 2
MX - Messico 2
PE - Perù 2
PH - Filippine 2
PL - Polonia 2
RE - Reunion 2
RO - Romania 2
TH - Thailandia 2
TN - Tunisia 2
TW - Taiwan 2
AR - Argentina 1
AT - Austria 1
CH - Svizzera 1
EE - Estonia 1
HU - Ungheria 1
MA - Marocco 1
MD - Moldavia 1
MV - Maldive 1
MY - Malesia 1
PR - Porto Rico 1
SA - Arabia Saudita 1
VN - Vietnam 1
Totale 19564
Città #
Jacksonville 1731
Fairfield 1697
Chandler 1690
Des Moines 746
Wilmington 736
Woodbridge 717
Ashburn 693
Houston 622
Seattle 595
Cambridge 515
Lawrence 406
Princeton 406
Dublin 398
San Mateo 387
Ann Arbor 345
Centro 247
San Diego 225
Boardman 87
Brussels 52
London 49
Norwalk 49
Izmir 47
Marche 36
Beijing 33
Redmond 32
Ancona 27
Auburn Hills 12
Helsinki 11
Milan 11
Jesi 10
Brussel 9
Senigallia 9
Rome 8
Signa 8
Los Angeles 7
Squinzano 7
Abidjan 6
Chicago 6
Hanover 6
Mountain View 6
Ottawa 6
Porto San Giorgio 6
Redwood City 6
Aberdeen 5
Andover 5
Angri 5
Cypress 5
Falls Church 5
Fano 5
Liège 5
Naples 5
Napoli 5
Perugia 5
Stockholm 5
Torre Annunziata 5
Avignon 4
Bologna 4
Cagliari 4
Castelbellino 4
Hartsdale 4
Laurel 4
Lecco 4
Madrid 4
Nürnberg 4
Ravenna 4
Santiago 4
Agugliano 3
Biarritz 3
Concordia Sagittaria 3
Courgeac 3
Genova 3
La Coruña 3
Linköping 3
Macerata 3
Massignano 3
Nacogdoches 3
Nanjing 3
Rimini 3
Saludecio 3
Shenzhen 3
Torino 3
Toronto 3
Ascoli Piceno 2
Bergen 2
Canale Monterano 2
Caserta 2
Casoria 2
Donetsk 2
Formia 2
Genoa 2
Giulianova 2
Lima 2
Mexico City 2
Mondolfo 2
Norwich 2
Osimo 2
Padova 2
Palermo 2
Pirri 2
Popoli 2
Totale 12890
Nome #
Sunscreen products impair the early developmental stages of the sea urchin Paracentrotus lividus. 118
Valuing unfamiliar Mediterranean deep-sea ecosystems using visual Q-methodology 102
Trophic status and meiofauna biodiversity in the Northern Adriatic Sea: Insights for the assessment of good environmental status 101
Ecosystem effects of dense water formation on deep Mediterranean Sea ecosystems: an overview. 100
Aquaculture impact on benthic microbes and organic matter cycling in coastal Mediterranean sediments: a synthesis 97
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Sunscreens Cause Coral Bleaching by Promoting Viral Infections 95
Temperature impacts on deep-sea biodiversity 93
Fish-farm impact on metazoan meiofauna in the Mediterranean Sea: Analysis of regional vs. habitat effects. 92
Differential responses of bacteria, meiofauna and macrofauna in a shelf area (Ligurian Sea, NW Mediterranean): role of food availability 88
Exponential decline of deep-sea ecosystem functioning linked to benthic biodiversity loss 85
Pelagic-benthic coupling of nucleic acids in an abyssal location of the northeastern Atlantic ocean 84
Benthic foraminiferal assemblages in the Cap de Creus canyon and adjacent open slope: Potential influence of dense shelf water cascading and open-ocean convection 84
Viral infections boost prokaryotic biomass production and organic C cycling in hadal trench sediments 83
The contribution of deep-sea macrohabitat heterogeneity to global nematode diversity. 83
Biodiversity loss and turnover in alternative states in the Mediterranean Sea: A case study on meiofauna 82
Anthropogenic noise and biological sounds in a heavily industrialized coastal area (Gulf of Naples, Mediterranean Sea) 82
The first metazoa living in permanently anoxic conditions 80
High fungal-mediated leaching efficiency of valuable metals from deep-sea polymetallic nodules 79
Intertidal benthic communities of two Chilean coastal islands (Santa María and Mocha, Southeastern Pacific) 77
Phytopigment and DNA determinations in long-time formalin-preserved trap samples 77
The challenge of proving the existence of metazoan life in permanently anoxic deep-sea sediments 77
A bacterial community-based index to assess the ecological status of estuarine and coastal environments 77
Assessing the efficiency and eco-sustainability of bioremediation strategies for the reclamation of highly contaminated marine sediments 77
Large-scale spatial distribution of virioplankton in the Adriatic Sea 75
Gradients of benthic–pelagic coupling and carbon budgets in the Adriatic and Northern Ionian Sea 75
Foraminiferal biodiversity associated with cold-water coral carbonate mounds and open slope of SE Rockall Bank (Irish continental margin—NE Atlantic) 75
Virus decomposition provides an important contribution to benthic deep-sea ecosystem functioning 75
Connecting marine productivity to sea-spray via nanoscale biological processes: Phytoplankton Dance or Death Disco? 74
Limited impact of beach nourishment on macrofaunal recruitment/settlement in a site of community interest in coastal area of the Adriatic Sea (Mediterranean Sea) 74
Meiofaunal vertical zonation on hard-bottoms: comparison with soft-bottom meiofauna 73
Implementing and innovating marine monitoring approaches for assessing marine environmental status 73
Distribution and composition of particulate organic-matter in the Ross Sea (Antarctica) 73
Bioavailability of sinking organic matter in the Blanes canyon and the adjacent open slope (NW Mediterranean Sea) 72
Unveiling the biodiversity of deep-sea nematodes through metabarcoding: are we ready to bypass the classical taxonomy? 72
Heterotrophic nanoflagellates, bacteria and labile organic compounds in continental shelf and deep-sea sediments of the Eastern Mediterranean 71
The trophic biology of the holothurian Molpadia musculus: Implications for organic matter cycling and ecosystem functioning in a deep submarine canyon. 71
Benthic bacterial response to variable estuarine water inputs 71
Technical Note: Determination of the metabolically active fraction of benthic foraminifera by means of Fluorescent In Situ Hybridization (FISH) 71
Foraminiferal assemblages and trophic state in coastal sediments of the Adriatic Sea 71
Biotic and Human Vulnerability to Projected Changes in Ocean Biogeochemistry over the 21st Century 71
Ecomanagement of biodiversity and ecosystem functioning in the Mediterranean Sea: concerns and strategies 70
Living benthic foraminiferal assemblages along a latitudinaltransect at 1000m depth off the Portuguese margin 70
Bacteria associated with the rapid tissue necrosis of stony corals 70
Blue Economy: l'economia del mare. Analisi e prospettive per la regione Marche 70
Viral density and virus to bacterium ratio in deep-sea sediments of the eastern Mediterranean 69
Biodiversity and trophic structure of nematode assemblages in seagrass systems: evidence for a coupling with changes in food availability 68
Seasonal variation in the biochemical composition of deep-sea nematodes: bioenergetic and methodological considerations 68
α-, β-, γ-, δ- and ε-diversity of deep-sea nematodes in canyons and open slopes of Northeast Atlantic and Mediterranean margins. 68
Impact of CO2 leakage from sub-seabed carbon dioxide capture and storage (CCS) reservoirs on benthic virus–prokaryote interactions and functions 68
Deep-water scleractinian corals promote higher biodiversity in deep-sea meiofaunal assemblages along continental margins 68
Towards a marine strategy for the deep Mediterranean Sea: Analysis of current ecological status 68
Major viral impact on the functioning of benthic deep-sea ecosystems 67
Biodiversity response to climate change in a warm deep sea 67
Benthic microbial loop functioning in coastal lagoons: a comparative approach 67
Deep, diverse and definitely different: Unique attributes of the world's largest ecosystem. 67
A high biodiversity mitigates the impact of ocean acidification on hard-bottom ecosystems 67
Quantity and bioavailability of sediment organic matter as signatures of benthic trophic status 66
Biochemical composition and early diagenesis of organic matter in coastal sediments of the NW Adriatic Sea influenced by riverine inputs 66
Distribution of nutrients and particulate organic matter in relation to the prevailing hydrographic features of the Cretan Sea (NE Mediterranean) 66
Metagenetic tools for the census of marine meiofaunal biodiversity: An overview 66
Meiofaunal assemblages associated with scallop beds (Adamussium colbecki) in the coastal sediments of Terra Nova Bay (Ross Sea, Antarctica). 65
Vitellogenesis in the deep-sea shark Centroscymnus coelolepis 65
Deep-sea ecosystem response to climate changes: the eastern Mediterranean case study 65
Fluxes of phytopigments and labile organic matter to the deep ocean in the NE Atlantic Ocean 65
Particulate organic matter uptake rates of two benthic filter-feeders (Sabella spallanzanii and Branchiomma luctuosum) candidates for the clarification of aquaculture wastewaters 65
Bioavailable compounds in sinking particulate organic matter, Blanes Canyon, NW Mediterranean Sea: Effects of a large storm and sea surface biological processes 65
Macroecological drivers of archaea and bacteria in benthic deep-sea ecosystems 65
Fucalean algal forests in the Mediterranean Sea: current status and challenges for restoration 65
Fish-farming effects on benthic community structure in coastal sediments: analysis of meiofaunal recovery 65
Viral decay and viral production rates in continental-shelf and deep-sea sediments of the Mediterranean Sea 64
Climate Change and the Potential Spreading of Marine Mucilage and Microbial Pathogens in the Mediterranean Sea. 64
Structural and functional response of meiofauna rocky assemblages to sewage pollution 63
New high-tech flexible networks for the monitoring of deep-sea ecosystems 63
The deep sea: The new frontier for ecological restoration 63
Ecological video monitoring of Marine Protected Areas by underwater cabled surveillance cameras 63
Comparison of Two Fingerprinting Techniques, Terminal Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism and Automated Ribosomal Intergenic Spacer Analysis, for Determination of Bacterial Diversity in Aquatic Environments 62
Seasonal changes and biochemical composition of the labile organic matter flux in the Cretan Sea 62
Mud volcanoes in the Mediterranean Sea are hot spots of exclusive meiobenthic species 62
Impact of mangrove forests degradation on biodiversity and ecosystem functioning 62
Knowledge and implications of global change in the oceans for biology, ecology and ecosystem services 61
Anthropogenic and natural-induced change of the Adriatic Marine Ecosystem: the contribution of the Department of Marine Science, Polytechnic University of Marche 61
Bacterial diversity in deep Mediterranean sediments: relationship with the active bacterial fraction and substrate availability 61
Impact of natural (storm) and anthropogenic (trawling) sediment resuspension on particulate organic matter in coastal environments 61
Nematode community response to fish-farm impact in the western Mediterranean 61
Nucleic acid (DNA, RNA) quantification and RNA:DNA ratio determination in marine sediments: Comparison of spectrophotometric, fluorometric and High-performance liquid chromatography methods and estimation of detrital DNA 60
Benthic microbial loop functioning in coastal lagoons (Sacca di Goro, Lesina and Stagnone Marsala): a comparative approach 60
Determination of viral production in aquatic sediments using the dilution-based approach 60
Auto- and heterotrophic acidophilic bacteria enhance the bioremediation efficiency of sediments contaminated by heavy metals 60
Towards naples ecological research for augmented observatories (NEREA): The NEREA-fix module, a stand-alone platform for long-term deep-sea ecosystem monitoring 60
Sedimentation of organic matter from fish farms in oligotrophic Mediterranean assessed through bulk and stable isotope (δ13C and δ15N) analyses 59
Impact of bioavailable heavy metals on bacterial activities in coastal marine sediments 59
Assessing the trophic state and eutrophication of coastal marine systems: a new approach based on the biochemical composition of sediment organic matter 59
Meiofauna of the Adriatic Sea: present knowledge and future perspectives 59
Relationships between Meiofaunal Biodiversity and Prokaryotic Heterotrophic Production in Different Tropical Habitats and Oceanic Regions 59
Red coral extinction risk enhanced by ocean acidification 59
Alternative hypotheses to explain why biodiversity-ecosystem functioning relationships are concave-up in some natural ecosystems but concave-down in manipulative experiments 59
Bioremediation of petroleum hydrocarbons in anoxic marine sediments: consequences on the speciation of heavy metals 59
Totale 7116
Categoria #
all - tutte 55950
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 55950

Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2017/2018443 0000 00 00 753241727
2018/20191277 615111126 56332 6115 30184359
2019/20202032 3373079 34610 34012 3503043545
2020/20216175 36962978485 688406 613426 563585601426
2021/20223416 2479924089 25132 221159 202249431629
2022/20235198 499509377462 4241132 20363 1412000
Totale 20246