Lorenzo Gordigiani

Lorenzo Gordigiani
Università degli Studi di Siena | UNISI · Department of Life Sciences

Master of Science in Ecology and Biodiversity

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October 2017 - June 2019
University of St Andrews
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  • Visiting Scholar

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An increase of nocturnal activity of ungulate species may represent a compensatory opportunity for energy intake, when activity in daylight is hindered by some disturbance events (e.g. hunting or predation). Therefore, mostly-diurnal and crepus-cular species may be active in bright moonlight nights whereas others may shift their diurnal activity to...
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Nest predation is reported as a cause of reproductive failure of ground-nesting bird species whose populations in Europe are declining. Conversely, European populations of the wild boar Sus scrofa have been expanding, leading to increasing threats to habitats and ecological communities. The impacts of wild boar on ground-nesting bird species are po...

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