Pasquale Bove

Pasquale Bove
Italian National Research Council | CNR · Institute of Information Science and Technology "Alessandro Faedo" ISTI

Doctor of Philosophy

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Measurement(s) habitat similarity • Time Series Analysis • Principal Component Technology Type(s) Habitat Representativeness Score • Cross-Correlation • Principal Component Analysis Factor Type(s) Sea-bottom and sea-surface dissolved oxygen, salinity, and temperature • Sea net primary production • Sea ice concentration • Average, minimum, maximum s...
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International scientific fishery survey programmes systematically collect samples of target stocks’ biomass and abundance and use them as the basis to estimate stock status in the framework of stock assessment models. The research surveys can also inform decision makers about Essential Fish Habitat conservation and help define harvest control rules...
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The COVID-19 pandemic has led to reduced anthropogenic pressure on ecosystems in several world areas, but resulting ecosystem responses in these areas have not been investigated. This paper presents an approach to make quick assessments of potential habitat changes in 2020 of eight marine species of commercial importance in the Adriatic Sea. Measur...
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Several models have correlated COVID-19 spread with specific climatic, geophysical, and air pollution conditions , and early models had predicted the lowering of infection cases in Summer 2020. These approaches have been criticized for their coarse assumptions and because they could produce biases if used without considering dynamic factors such as...

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