Mario Cammarano

Mario Cammarano
Italian National Research Council | CNR · Institute of Agro-envinronmental and Forest Biology IBAF

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The Asian chestnut gall wasp was accidentally introduced in Italy in 2002 and spread across Europe in the following years, becoming a serious threat for chestnut cultivations and rural economies of many countries. Exploring the variation in susceptibility of the host genetic resources is crucial to face the spreading of this pest. We used an experi...
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Current expectations on future climate derive from coordinated experiments, which compile many climate models for sampling the entire uncertainty related to emission scenarios, initial conditions, and modelling process. Quantifying this uncertainty is important for taking decisions that are robust under a wide range of possible future conditions. N...
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Series of ring width data and observed response for Picea abies. (DOCX)
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Series of ring width data and observed response for Pinus sylvestris. (DOCX)
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Climatic variables retained for ecological niche modelling. (DOCX)
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Global Climate Models (GCMs) considered. (DOCX)
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Series of ring width data and observed response for Quercus petraea. (DOCX)
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This study investigates the functionality of a Mediterranean-mountain beech forest in Central Italy using simultaneous determinations of optical measurements, carbon (C) fluxes, leaf eco-physiological and biochemical traits during two growing seasons (2014–2015). Meteorological variables showed significant differences between the two growing season...
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Among vertebrates the concept of ‘‘habitat tree” in temperate forests, involving tree size and microhabitat occurrence, has been investigated mainly for birds and mammals. However, trees are also used by many amphibian species or sometimes by whole amphibian families that have evolved adaptations for living on trees. While there is a self-evident l...
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Ground-beetles are often used in biodiversity assessment and conservation plans as they are easily captured, are taxonomically well known, and respond to changes in habitat structure. An investigation of carabid beetle communities of a managed spruce forest in eastern Alps (Cadore, Veneto region, Italy) was carried out. Samples were collected by pi...
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Trees have become increasingly valuable in providing long-term information on climate. In their annual rings, they hold signals from both local conditions of growth and global effect of atmosphere and climate. In years with extreme climatic condition, annual rings (pointer years) differ visibly and markedly from previous and subsequent rings. This...
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The Mediterranean Region is defined according to its biogeography and bioclimate. Climate is characterized by mild winters and hot, dry summer. Biodiversity is rich and landscape patterns are complex. Mediterranean forests have historically been subjected to numerous threats (forest fires, over-exploitation, deforestation, degradation), that are to...

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