Apr 10 – 11, 2024
Fano Marine Center
Europe/Rome timezone

Video comunicazioni orali

Mercoledì 10 Aprile ore 11:00-13:00

Sessione 1 - Gli esempi del cambiamento 

Moderano  Tiziana di Lorenzo (CNR), Davide Sogliani (UniPV)

  1. Witnessing 50 year changes of the Decapoda assemblage in the Pomo pit (Adriatic Sea) - Carlo Froglia, CNR-IRBIM
  2. Biodiversity loss in small lowland rivers: an historical perspective - Fabrizio Stefani,  CNR-IRSA
  3. Indicators of fast biodiversity changes in hard bottom communities along the Apulian Coast - Adriana Giangrande, DiSTeBA, University of Salento 
  4. Non-random extinction patterns of mammals in cities across two centuries - Leonardo Ancillotto, CNR-IRET
  5. Anthropogenic Pollution enhances natural transformation with extracellular DNA in aquatic ecosystems potentially favouring the spread of antibiotic resistance genes - Andrea Di Cesare, CNR-IRSA
  6. Historical trends of Elasmobranch Populations in the Central Adriatic Sea - Emanuela Fanelli, UNIVPM
  7. Mass mortality event of the Mediterranean mussels (Mytilus galloprovincialis) in the middle Adriatic: potential implication of climate crisis on marine ecosystem - Luca Bracchetti, University of Camerino
  8. Mining social networks to track the irruption of a boreal seabird in the Mediterranean - Flavio Monti, CNR-IRET  
  9. Three millennia of changing plant biodiversity revealed by fossil pollen - Cristiano Vignola, Sapienza University 
  10. The fate of cold-water species in a warming hotspot: the case of Micromesistius poutassou in the Adriatic Sea - Federico Calì, CNR-IRBIM,  UniBo-BiGeA (online)
  • Presentazione delle attività  del C.do Unità Forestali Ambientali e Agroalimentari Carabinieri (CUFAA) di Roma


Mercoledì 10 Aprile ore 14:30-16:30

Sessione 2 - Le previsioni del cambiamento 

Moderano Stefano Mammola (CNR),  Manuela D’Amen (ISPRA)

  1. Climate change, habitat fragmentation and biodiversity of terrestrial mammals - Marco Musiani, BiGeA, University of Bologna
  2. Seahorses in the Anthropocene: integrated conservation gaps and trends - Francesca Raffini, Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn
  3. Climate change and one health: post-Vaia  windthrow as new hotspot for forest zoonoses - Giulia Ferrari, Fondazione Edmund Mach
  4. Future distribution of demersal fish species under the influence of climate change in a Mediterranean sub-basin - Diego Panzeri, OGS-Trieste
  5. Developing a model for the expansion of Pterois miles in the Mediterranean Sea - Marco Andrello, CNR-IAS
  6. Expected changes in life-history traits of small pelagics under climate change - Elisa Donati, OGS-Trieste
  7. Dangerous overlaps: potential impacts of seafloor litter hotspots on demersal fisheries - Alice Sbrana, University of Rome Tor Vergata
  8. Life without glaciers: who will survive in the changing Alps? - Mauro Gobbi, MUSE
  9. Tolerance ranges and trait-based distribution maps of the non-indigenous Cassiopea andromeda (Forskål, 1775) in the Mediterranean Sea - Lara M. Fumarola, University of Salento
  10. Factors controlling virus-prokaryote interactions, microbial diversity, and ecosystem functioning in Antarctic deep seafloor - Gabriella Luongo, UNIVPM
  11. Thermal habitat suitability of invasive fish species: integrating physiological models and climate projections - Giovanni Quattrocchi, CNR-IAS 
  12. Biodiversity and fisheries in the Anthropocene - Fabio Fiorentino, CNR-IRBIM
  13. Patterns and changes of island plant diversity in Mediterranean Islands - Alessandro Chiarucci, University of Bologna (Sessione 1)


Giovedì 11 Aprile ore 09:00-11:00

Sessione 3 - Gli strumenti per la comprensione e la gestione del cambiamento

Moderano Flavio Monti (CNR), Ilaria Rosati (CNR)

  1. Adopting operational synergies for the study and integrated management of invasive alien species - Cristina Di Muri, CNR-IRET
  2. sRedList: A user-friendly platform for accelerating and prioritising IUCN Red List assessments - Luca Santini, Department of Biology and Biotechnologies “Charles Darwin”, Sapienza University 
  3. Artificial water bodies and amphibians  - Antonio Romano, CNR-IBE
  4. Threatened ice-dwelling springtails: the need for more (unfashionable) taxonomy and field data acquisition - Barbara Valle, University of Siena
  5. Child’s perspectives of biodiversity at land and sea - Eva Turicchia, University of Bologna
  6. Maelstrom, a neural network-based multi-species approach for stock assessment - Matteo Stefani, University of Rome Tor Vergata
  7. More ‘Risiko’ in conservation front lines: Unifying approaches to manage anthropogenic threats - Corrado Battisti, Torre Flavia’ LTER Station
  8. AI-based solutions for autonomous underwater observing systems and science discovery - Simone Marini, CNR-ISMAR
  9. Earth Observation Tools for Invasive Species Management in Italy and Portugal - Filippo Basso, ZIRAK S.r.l.
  10. Ecological restoration of vegetated habitats: a path towards the recovery of coastal biodiversity - Silvia Bianchelli, UNIVPM
  11. Law, art and science: plurality of languages, for the preservation of biodiversity - Alessia Montani, Consorzio AVASIM (online)


Giovedì 11 Aprile ore 11:30-13:00

Sessione 4 - PhD spot

Moderano  Emiliano Mori (CNR),  Stefano Goffredo (UNIBO)

  1. The microbiome of calanoid copepods in the Mediterranean Sea - Agnese Fumanti, UNIVPM
  2. Updated checklist of alien marine animal species along the Apulian coast - Andrea Toso, University of Salento
  3. What factors contribute to the spread of the invasive bivalve Anadara spp. in the Adriatic Sea? - Carmen Ferrà, CNR-IRBIM, UniBo-BiGeA
  4. First survey of rodenticide resistance in house mice in inhabited island systems of the Mediterranean - Francesco Gallozzi, Sapienza University , CNR-IRET
  5. A global meta-analysis on the impact of climate  change on subterranean ecosystems - Ilaria Vaccarelli, CNR-IRSA
  6. Invasion processes and food web effects explored with ecosystem models - Karolina Maria Czechowska, OGS and University of Trieste
  7. Can we convert a biological invasion into a commercial opportunity? The case of Anadara spp. in the Adriatic Sea - Marina Chiappi CNR-IRBIM,  UniBo-BiGeA
  8. A low-cost tracking architecture for Small-Scale Fisheries Data Collection - Pamela Lattanzi, CNR-IRBIM, UniBo-BiGeA
  9. Biological control of Halyomorpha halys in Sardinia - Sandro Flore, CNR-IRET
  10. Ocean warming and acidification detrimentally affect coral tissue regeneration at a Mediterranean CO2 vent - Teresa Sani, CNR-IRBIM,  UniBo-BiGeA
  11. A gap in Italian media communication of human-bear conflicts management - Veronica Nanni, CNR-IRSA
  12. Antibiotic resistance in mariculture settings: an emerging threat for marine biodiversity - Naomi Massacesi, CNR-IRBIM, UniBo-BiGeA