DELL'ANNO, Antonio
 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 6.916
EU - Europa 3.255
AS - Asia 594
SA - Sud America 12
Continente sconosciuto - Info sul continente non disponibili 8
AF - Africa 2
OC - Oceania 2
Totale 10.789
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 6.903
UA - Ucraina 740
IT - Italia 576
IE - Irlanda 487
SE - Svezia 483
DE - Germania 336
DK - Danimarca 274
TR - Turchia 235
FI - Finlandia 152
SG - Singapore 149
KR - Corea 146
GB - Regno Unito 139
BE - Belgio 29
CN - Cina 28
IN - India 20
FR - Francia 17
CA - Canada 13
EU - Europa 8
BR - Brasile 7
TW - Taiwan 5
CL - Cile 4
ES - Italia 4
JP - Giappone 4
NL - Olanda 4
RU - Federazione Russa 4
PL - Polonia 3
AU - Australia 2
CI - Costa d'Avorio 2
IR - Iran 2
AE - Emirati Arabi Uniti 1
AR - Argentina 1
AT - Austria 1
BG - Bulgaria 1
CH - Svizzera 1
EE - Estonia 1
HK - Hong Kong 1
HU - Ungheria 1
JO - Giordania 1
MD - Moldavia 1
ME - Montenegro 1
SA - Arabia Saudita 1
TH - Thailandia 1
Totale 10.789
Città #
Chandler 931
Jacksonville 787
Fairfield 656
Ashburn 504
Dublin 484
Des Moines 443
New York 341
Wilmington 309
Seattle 269
Woodbridge 252
Houston 237
Boardman 230
Cambridge 212
Lawrence 184
Princeton 184
San Mateo 171
Centro 159
Ann Arbor 154
San Diego 106
London 45
Turin 38
Washington 37
Los Angeles 25
Norwalk 24
Beijing 21
Marche 21
Ancona 20
Helsinki 19
Brussels 18
Tolentino 18
Redmond 16
Kilburn 14
Pune 12
Rome 9
Brussel 7
Chiswick 7
Izmir 7
Lecco 6
Ottawa 6
Cypress 5
Fano 5
New Bedfont 5
Prescot 5
Senigallia 5
Squinzano 5
Taipei 5
Venice 5
Acton 4
Auburn Hills 4
Castelbellino 4
Delhi 4
Hartsdale 4
Jesi 4
Nürnberg 4
Seoul 4
Toronto 4
Torre Annunziata 4
Concordia Sagittaria 3
Courgeac 3
Edinburgh 3
Fortaleza 3
Hounslow 3
Madrid 3
Milan 3
Mountain View 3
Naples 3
Palermo 3
Paris 3
Quillota 3
Torino 3
Abidjan 2
Andover 2
Avignon 2
Bremen 2
Brest 2
Buccinasco 2
Caserta 2
Donetsk 2
Falls Church 2
Fontenay-sous-Bois 2
Genoa 2
Liège 2
Massignano 2
Monserrato 2
Popoli 2
Porto San Giorgio 2
Ravenna 2
Redwood City 2
Saludecio 2
Urbino 2
Wrexham 2
Acerra 1
Acquaviva Picena 1
Amsterdam 1
Angers 1
Arezzo 1
Arma di Taggia 1
Ascoli Piceno 1
Barcelona 1
Belvedere Ostrense 1
Totale 7.153
Nome #
Implementing and innovating marine monitoring approaches for assessing marine environmental status 142
Unveiling the biodiversity of deep-sea nematodes through metabarcoding: are we ready to bypass the classical taxonomy? 102
Anthropogenic noise and biological sounds in a heavily industrialized coastal area (Gulf of Naples, Mediterranean Sea) 100
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Preservation, origin and genetic imprint of extracellular DNA in permanently anoxic deep-sea sediments 94
Connecting marine productivity to sea-spray via nanoscale biological processes: Phytoplankton Dance or Death Disco? 93
Pelagic-benthic coupling of nucleic acids in an abyssal location of the northeastern Atlantic ocean 92
Exponential decline of deep-sea ecosystem functioning linked to benthic biodiversity loss 91
A bacterial community-based index to assess the ecological status of estuarine and coastal environments 89
The challenge of proving the existence of metazoan life in permanently anoxic deep-sea sediments 88
High fungal-mediated leaching efficiency of valuable metals from deep-sea polymetallic nodules 87
The first metazoa living in permanently anoxic conditions 86
Limited impact of beach nourishment on macrofaunal recruitment/settlement in a site of community interest in coastal area of the Adriatic Sea (Mediterranean Sea) 86
Degradation and turnover of extracellular DNA in marine sediments: ecological and methodological considerations 85
Monitoring groundwater characteristics by means of a multi-parametric probe and sampling device 85
Phytopigment and DNA determinations in long-time formalin-preserved trap samples 84
Towards a marine strategy for the deep Mediterranean Sea: Analysis of current ecological status 84
Living benthic foraminiferal assemblages along a latitudinaltransect at 1000m depth off the Portuguese margin 83
Virus decomposition provides an important contribution to benthic deep-sea ecosystem functioning 83
Seasonal variation in the biochemical composition of deep-sea nematodes: bioenergetic and methodological considerations 81
Sensitivity of foraminiferal-based indices to evaluate the ecological quality status of marine coastal benthic systems: A case study of the Gulf of Manfredonia (southern Adriatic Sea) 81
Heterotrophic nanoflagellates, bacteria and labile organic compounds in continental shelf and deep-sea sediments of the Eastern Mediterranean 80
Metagenetic tools for the census of marine meiofaunal biodiversity: An overview 79
Viral decay and viral production rates in continental-shelf and deep-sea sediments of the Mediterranean Sea 77
A submarine volcanic eruption leads to a novel microbial habitat 77
Vitellogenesis in the deep-sea shark Centroscymnus coelolepis 76
Biochemical composition and early diagenesis of organic matter in coastal sediments of the NW Adriatic Sea influenced by riverine inputs 76
A new molecular approach based on qPCR for the quantification of fecal bacteria in contaminated marine sediments 75
The deep sea: The new frontier for ecological restoration 75
Auto- and heterotrophic acidophilic bacteria enhance the bioremediation efficiency of sediments contaminated by heavy metals 74
Quantity and bioavailability of sediment organic matter as signatures of benthic trophic status 73
Biodiversity response to climate change in a warm deep sea 73
Does bioleaching represent a biotechnological strategy for remediation of contaminated sediments? 73
Assessing viral taxonomic composition in benthic marine ecosystems: reliability and efficiency of different bioinformatic tools for viral metagenomic analyses 73
Enhanced viral activity and dark CO2 fixation rates under oxygen depletion: the case study of the marine Lake Rogoznica 73
Structural and functional properties of sympagic communities in the annual sea ice at Terra Nova Bay (Ross Sea, Antarctica) 72
Major viral impact on the functioning of benthic deep-sea ecosystems 72
Impact of CO2 leakage from sub-seabed carbon dioxide capture and storage (CCS) reservoirs on benthic virus–prokaryote interactions and functions 72
Macroecological drivers of archaea and bacteria in benthic deep-sea ecosystems 72
Integrated characterization and risk management of marine sediments: The case study of the industrialized Bagnoli area (Naples, Italy) 72
Bacterial diversity in deep Mediterranean sediments: relationship with the active bacterial fraction and substrate availability 71
Deep-sea ecosystem response to climate changes: the eastern Mediterranean case study 71
Fluxes of phytopigments and labile organic matter to the deep ocean in the NE Atlantic Ocean 71
Biohydrometallurgy as a remediation strategy for marine sediments contaminated by heavy metals 71
Marine Fungi: Biotechnological Perspectives from Deep-Hypersaline Anoxic Basins 71
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 70
Assessing the trophic state and eutrophication of coastal marine systems: a new approach based on the biochemical composition of sediment organic matter 70
Bioavailability of organic matter in the sediments of the Porcupine Abyssal Plain, northeastern Atlantic 70
CO2 leakage from carbon dioxide capture and storage (CCS) systems affects organic matter cycling in surface marine sediments 70
Benthic deep-sea fungi in submarine canyons of the Mediterranean Sea 69
High rates of viral lysis stimulate prokaryotic turnover and C recycling in bathypelagic waters of a Ligurian canyon (Mediterranean Sea) 69
Trophodynamic and biogeochemistry in the annual sea ice at Terra Nova Bay (Ross Sea, Antarctica 68
Comparison of Two Fingerprinting Techniques, Terminal Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism and Automated Ribosomal Intergenic Spacer Analysis, for Determination of Bacterial Diversity in Aquatic Environments 68
Bacterial response to seasonal changes in labile organic matter composition on the continental shelf and bathyal sediments of the Cretan Sea 68
Determination of viral production in aquatic sediments using the dilution-based approach 68
Bioremediation of petroleum hydrocarbons in anoxic marine sediments: consequences on the speciation of heavy metals 68
Seasonal changes and biochemical composition of the labile organic matter flux in the Cretan Sea 67
Chemical and biological strategies for the mobilization of metal/metalloids in contaminated dredged sediments: experimental analysis and environmental impact assessment 67
Biogeochemical Interactions in the Application of Biotechnological Strategies to Marine Sediments Contaminated with Metals 67
The deep-sea under global change 67
Drivers of bacterial α-and β-diversity and functioning in subsurface hadal sediments 67
Tecnologie per il recupero di ambienti contaminati da petrolio 66
Extracellular DNA as a genetic recorder of microbial diversity in benthic deep-sea ecosystems 66
Multiple declines and recoveries of Adriatic seagrass meadows over forty years of investigation. 66
Impact of bioavailable heavy metals on bacterial activities in coastal marine sediments 65
Organic matter composition of the continental shelf and bathyal sediments of the Cretan sea (NE Mediterranean) 64
Damage and degradation rates of extracellular DNA in marine sediments: implications for the preservation of gene sequences 64
Marine archaea and archaeal viruses under global change 64
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Changes of bacterial diversity during anaerobic bioremediation of harbour sediments 63
Molecular approaches for the assessment of fecal bacterial contamination in marine harbor sediments. 63
Consequences of anaerobic biotreatments of contaminated sediments on metal mobility 63
Marine microbial-derived molecules and their potential use in cosmeceutical and cosmetic products 63
Multiple human pressures in coastal habitats: variation of meiofaunal assemblages associated with sewage discharge in a post-industrial area 63
Impact of historical contamination on meiofaunal assemblages: The case study of the Bagnoli-Coroglio Bay (southern Tyrrhenian Sea) 63
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The dark portion of the Mediterranean Sea is a bioreactor of organic matter cycling 62
Early diagenesis and trophic role of extracellular DNA in different benthic ecosystems 61
Higher abundance of bacteria than of viruses in deep Mediterranean sediments 61
Chemical contamination can promote turnover diversity of benthic prokaryotic assemblages: the case study of the Bagnoli-Coroglio bay (Southern Tyrrhenian Sea) 61
Nucleic acid concentrations (DNA, RNA) in the continental and deep-sea sediments of the eastern Mediterranean: relationships with seasonally varying organic inputs and bacterial dynamics 60
Molecular tools for the analysis of DNA in marine environments 60
Enzymatically hydrolysed protein and carbohydrate pools in deep-sea sediments: estimates of the potentially bioavailable fraction and methodological considerations 60
Bio-mobilization of heavy metals from contaminated sediments by acidophilic microbial consortia 60
Assessment of biotechnological strategies for the valorization of metal bearing wastes 60
A depocenter of organic matter at 7800m depth in the SE Pacific Ocean 59
Viruses, prokaryotes and biochemical composition of organic matter in different types of mucilage aggregates 59
High potential for temperate viruses to drive carbon cycling in chemoautotrophy‐dominated shallow‐water hydrothermal vents 59
Where is the climate? 58
Improvement of bioremediation performance for the degradation of petroleum hydrocarbons in contaminated sediments 58
Influence of biogeochemical interactions on metal bioleaching performance in contaminated marine sediment 58
The deep sea: The new frontier for ecological restoration 58
Impact of historical sulfide mine tailings discharge on meiofaunal assemblages (Portmán Bay, Mediterranean Sea) 58
Trophic state of benthic deep-sea ecosystems from two different continental margins off Iberia 56
High bacterial biodiversity increases degradation performance of hydrocarbons during bioremediation of contaminated harbor marine sediments 56
Viral infections stimulate the metabolism and shape prokaryotic assemblages in submarine mud volcanoes 56
Microbial assemblages associated with sinking particles in the Porcupine Abyssal Plain (NE Atlantic Ocean) 56
The Pillars of Hercules as a bathymetric barrier to gene-flow promoting isolation in a global deep-sea shark (Centroscymnus coelolepis) 56
Measuring species richness based on microbial community fingerprints: the emperor has no clothes - Authors reply 56
Enzymatically hydrolyzable protein and carbohydrate sedimentary pools as indicators of the trophic state of detritus sink systems: a case study in a Mediterranean coastal lagoon 55
Totale 7.137
Categoria #
all - tutte 63.969
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 63.969


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2018/201927 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 14
2019/2020937 19 5 146 6 157 9 150 10 157 15 34 229
2020/20212.542 151 263 325 50 248 174 260 178 244 238 258 153
2021/20221.443 87 387 22 41 11 62 85 87 83 91 200 287
2022/20232.926 236 284 181 231 220 674 4 183 659 13 180 61
2023/20241.717 289 41 129 237 267 496 46 111 14 61 26 0
Totale 11.098