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Journal articles

1Choudhury B. U., Ferraris S., Ashton R., Powlson D., Whalley W. R. The effect of microbial activity on soil water diffusivity. In: European Journal of Soil Science, vol. 69 (1) article n. 12535. M. Oliver (ed.). John Wiley & Sons, Inc, 2018.        
2Lagabrielle E., Allibert A., Kiszka J. J., Loiseau N., Kilfoil J. P., Lemahieu A. Environmental and anthropogenic factors affecting the increasing occurrence of shark-human interactions around a fast-developing Indian Ocean island. In: Scientific Reports, vol. 8 article n. 3676. naturesearch - Macmillan Publishers Limited, part of Springer Nature, 2018.           
3Leruste A., Villéger S., Malet N., De Wit R., Bec B. Complementarity of the multidimensional functional and the taxonomic approaches to study phytoplankton communities in three Mediterranean coastal lagoons of different trophic status. In: Hydrobiologia, pp. 1 - 21. [Online First 6 March 2018]           
4Nestola E., Scartazza A., Di Baccio D., Castagna A., Ranieri A. M., Cammarano M., Mazzenga F., Matteucci G., Calfapietra C. Are optical indices good proxies of seasonal changes in carbon fluxes and stress-related physiological status in a beech forest?. In: Science of The Total Environment, vol. 612 pp. 1030 - 1041. Damià Barceló, Jay Gan (eds.). Elsevier Science Direct, 2018.        
5Perennou C., Guelmami A., Paganin M., Philipson P., Poulin B., Strauch A., Tottrup C., Truckenbrodt J., Geijzendorffer I. R. Mapping Mediterranean Wetlands With Remote Sensing: A Good-Looking Map Is Not Always a Good Map. In: Advances in Ecological Research, vol. 58 pp. 243 - 277. David A. Bohan, Alex J. Dumbrell, Guy Woodward and Michelle Jackson (eds.). ScienceDirect - Elsevier B.V, 2018.        
6Ramoelo A., Cho M. A. Explaining Leaf Nitrogen Distribution in a Semi-Arid Environment Predicted on Sentinel-2 Imagery Using a Field Spectroscopy Derived Model. In: Remote Sensing, vol. 10 (2) article n. 269. MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland, 2018.           
7Ramírez F., Rodríguez C., Seoane J., Figuerola J., Bustamante J. How will climate change affect endangered Mediterranean waterbirds?. In: PLOS ONE, vol. 13 (2) pp. 1 - 20. PLOS, 2018.                       
8Rinaldo A., Gatto M., Rodriguez-Iturbe I. River networks as ecological corridors: A coherent ecohydrological perspective. In: Advances in Water Resources, vol. 112 (february) pp. 27 - 58. Elsevier, 2018.     
9Rogora M., Frate L., Carranza M. L., Freppaz M., Stanisci A., Bertani I., Bottarin R., Brambilla A., Canullo R., Carbognani M., Cerrato C., Cheli S., Cremonese E., Cutini M., Di Musciano M., Erschbamer B., Godone D., Iocchi M., Matteucci G. Assessment of climate change effects on mountain ecosystems through a cross-site analysis in the Alps and Apennines. In: Science of The Total Environment, vol. 624 pp. 1429 - 1442. Damià Barceló, Jay Gan (eds.). Elsevier Science Direct, 2018.        

10Caras T., Hedley J., Karnieli A. Implications of sensor design for coral reef detection: Upscaling ground hyperspectral imagery in spacial and spectral scales. In: International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, vol. 63 (december) pp. 68 - 77. Elsevier, 2017.        
11Cho M., Ramoelo A., Dziba L. Response of land surface phenology to variation in tree cover during green-up and senescence periods in the semi-arid savanna of Southern Africa. In: Remote Sensing, vol. 9 (7) article n. 689. MDPI, 2017.        
12Cord A., Brauman K., Chaplin-Kramer R., Huth A., Ziv G., Seppelt R. Priorities to advance monitoring of ecosystem services using earth observation trends in ecology and evolution. In: Trends in Ecology and Evolution, vol. 32 (6) pp. 416 - 428. Elsevier, 2017.     
13Diele F., Marangi C. Positive symplectic integrators for predator-prey dynamics. In: Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems - Series B (DCDS-B), vol. 25 (5) article n. 185. American Institute of Mathematical Science, 2017.                    
14Dirnböck T., Foldal C., Djukic I., Kobler J., Haas E., Kiese R., Kitzler B. Historic nitrogen deposition determines future climate change effects on nitrogen retention in temperate forests. In: Climatic Change, vol. 140 (2) pp. 1 - 15. Springer, 2017.        
15Green A., Alcorlo P., Peeters E., Morris E., Espinar J., Bravo-Utrera M., Bustamante J., Díaz-Delgado R., Koelmans A., Mateo R., Mooij W., Rodríguez-Rodríguez M., Van Nes E., Scheffer M. Creating a safe operating space for wetlands in a changing climate. In: Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, vol. February pp. 1 - 9. Ecological Society of America, 2017.           
16Hummel C., Provenzale A., Van Deer Meer J., Wijnhoven S., Nolte A., Poursanidis D., Janss G., Jurek M., Andresen M., Poulin B., Kobler J., Beierkuhnlein C., Honrado J., Razinkovas A., Stritih A., Bargmann T., Ziemba A., Bonet-Garcia F., Adamescu M., Janssen G., Hummel H. Ecosystem services in European protected areas: Ambiguity in the views of scientists and managers?. In: PLosOne, vol. 12 (11) article n. e0187143. Public Library of Science, San Francisco (USA), 2017.     
17Irl S., Schweiger A., Medina F., Fernandez-Palacios J., Harter D., Jentsch A., Provenzale A., Steinbauer M., Beierkuhnlein C. An island view of endemic rarity-Environmental drivers and consequences for nature conservation. In: Diversity and Distributions, vol. august pp. 1 - 11. Wiley, 2017.              
18Lumbierres M., Méndez P., Bustamante J., Soriguer R., Santamaria L. Modeling biomass production in seasonal wetlands using MODIS NDVI land surface phenology. In: Remote Sensing, vol. 9 (4) pp. 1 - 18. MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland, 2017.     
19Manakos I., Technitou E., Petrou Z., Karydas C., Tomaselli V., Veronico G., Mountrakis G. Multi-modal knowledge base generation from very high resolution satellite imagery for habitat mapping. In: European Journal of Remote Sensing, vol. 49 pp. 1033 - 1060. Taylor & Francis, 2017.        
20Markovic D., Carrizo S., Kärcher O., Walz A., David J. Vulnerability of European freshwater catchments to climate change. In: Global Change Biology, vol. March pp. 1 - 14. John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2017.              
21Monteiro A., Gonçalves J., Fernandes R., Alves S., Marcos B., Lucas R., Teodoro A., Honrado J. Estimating invasion success by non-native trees in a National Park combining world view-2 very high resolution satellite data and species distribution models. In: Diversity Open Access Biodiversity Journal, vol. 9 pp. 1 - 18. MDPI, 2017.        
22Nativi S., Mazzetti P., Craglia M. A view-based model of data-cube to support big earth data systems interoperability. In: Big Earth Data, vol. 1 (1-2) pp. 75 - 99. Taylor and Francis, 2017.     
23Nestola E., Sánchez-Zapero J., Latorre C., Mazzenga F., Matteucci G., Calfapietra C., Camacho F. Validation of PROBA-V GEOV1 and MODIS C5 & C6 fAPAR Products in a Deciduous Beech Forest Site in Italy. In: Remote Sensing, vol. 9 (2) article n. 126. MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland, 2017.        
24Niphadkar M., Nagendra H., Tarantino C., Adamo M., Bionda P. Comparing pixel and object based approaches to map an understorey invasive shrub in tropical mixed forests. In: Frontiers in Plant Science, vol. 8 (may) article n. 892. Frontiers Media S.A, 2017.        
25Qi H., Paz-Kagan T., Karnieli A., Li S. Linear multi-task learning for predicting soil properties using field spectroscopy. In: Remote Sensing, vol. 9 (11) article n. 1099. MDPI, 2017.        
26Raffelli G., Previati M., Canone D., Gisolo D., Bevilacqua I., Capello G., Biddoccu M., Cavallo E., Deiana R., Cassiani G., Ferraris S. Local- and Plot-Scale Measurements of Soil Moisture: Time and Spatially Resolved Field Techniques in Plain, Hill and Mountain Sites. In: Water, vol. 9 (9) article n. 706. MDPI, 2017.        
27Ramírez F., Afán I., Davis L., Chiaradia A. Climate impacts on global hot spots of marine biodiversity. In: Science Advances, vol. 3 (2) pp. 1 - 7. American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2017.        
28Ramírez F., Tarroux A., Hovinen J., Navarro J., Afán I., Forero M. G., Descamps S. Sea ice phenology and primary productivity pulses shape breeding success in Arctic seabirds. In: Scientific Reports, vol. 7 article n. 4500. Springer Nature, 2017.           
29Schröter M., Kraemer R., Mantel M., Kabisch N., Hecker S., Richter A., Neumeier V., Bonn A. Citizen science for assessing ecosystem services: Status, challenges and opportunities. In: Ecosystem Services, vol. 28 pp. 80 - 94. Elsevier, 2017.     
30Steinbauer M., Irl S., González-Mancebo J., Breiner F., Hernández-Hernández R., Hopfenmüller S., Kidane Y., Jentsch A., Beierkuhnlein C. Plant invasion and speciation along elevational gradients on the oceanic island La Palma, Canary Islands. In: Ecology and Evolution, vol. 7 pp. 771 - 779. Wiley, 2017.        
31Terzago S., Van Hardenberg J., Palazzi E., Provenzale A. Snow water equivalent in the Alps as seen by gridded data sets, CMIP5 and CORDEX climate models. In: The Cryosphere, vol. 11 pp. 1625 - 1645. European Geosciences Union, 2017.        
32Turco M., Von Hardenberg J., Aghakouchak A., Llasat M., Provenzale A., Trigo R. On the key role of droughts in the dynamics of summer fires in Mediterranean Europe. In: Scientific Reports, vol. 7 article n. 81. Macmillan Publishers Limited, part of Springer Nature, 2017.           
33Vidal-Macua J., Zabala A., Ninyerola M., Pons X. Developing spatially and thematically detailed backdated maps for land cover studies. In: International Journal of Digital Earth, vol. 10 (2) pp. 175 - 206. Taylor & Francis, 2017.        
34Vidal-Macua J., Ninyerola M., Zabala A., Domingo-Marimon C. Factors affecting forest dynamics in the Iberian Peninsula from 1987 to 2012. The role of topography and drought. In: Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 406 pp. 200 - 306. Elsevier, 2017.        
35Wegmann M., Leutner B., Metz M., Neteler M., Dech S., Rocchini D. r.pi: A grass GIS package for semi-automatic spatial pattern analysis of remotely sensed land cover data. In: Methods in Ecology and Evolution, vol. 9 pp. 191 - 199. British Ecological Society, London, 2017.     

36Bertuzzo E., Carrara F., Mari L., Altermatt F., Rodriguez-Iturbef I., Rinaldo A. Geomorphic controls on elevational gradients of species richness. In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, vol. 113 (7) pp. 1737 - 1742. National Academy of Sciences (U.S.A), 2016.           
37Bustamante J., Aragonés D., Afán I. Effect of protection level in the hydroperiod of water bodies on Doñana's Aeolian sands. In: Remote Sensing, vol. 8 (10) article n. 867. MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland, 2016.           
38Bustamante J., Aragonés D., Afán I., Luque C., Pérez-Vázquez A., Castellanos E., Díaz-Delgado R. Hyperspectral sensors as a management tool to prevent the invasion of the exotic cordgrass Spartina densiflora in the Doñana wetlands. In: Remote Sensing, vol. 8 (12) article n. 1001. MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland, 2016.           
39Comber A., Mooney P., Purves R., Rocchini D., Walz A. Crowdsourcing: It matters who the crowd are. The impacts of between group variations in recording land cover. In: PLoS One, vol. 11 (7) article n. e0158329.. Public Library of Science, San Francisco (USA), 2016.           
40Díaz Delgado R., Aragonés D., Afán I., Bustamante J. Long-Term monitoring of the flooding regime and hydroperiod of Doñana Marshes with Landsat Time Series (1974-2014). In: Remote Sensing, vol. 8 (9) article n. 775. MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland, 2016.           
41Lacitignola D., Diele F., Marangi C., Provenzale A. On the dynamics of a generalized predator-prey system with Z-type control. In: Mathematical Biosciences, vol. 280 pp. 10 - 23. Elsevier, 2016.        
42Pons X., Masó J. A comprehensive open package format for preservation and distribution of geospatial data and metadata. In: Computers & Geosciences, vol. 97 (december) pp. 89 - 97. Elsevier, 2016.              
43Schröter M., Albert C., Marques A., Tobon W., Lavorel S., Maes J., Brown C., Klotz S., Bonn A. National Ecosystem Assessments in Europe: A Review. In: BioScience, vol. 66 (10) pp. 813 - 828. Scott Collins (ed.). Oxford University Press, 2016.        
44Tarantino C., Lovergine F., Niphadkar M., Lucas R., Nativi S., Blonda P. Towards operational detection of forest ecosystem changes in protected areas. In: Remote Sensing, vol. 8 (10) article n. 850. MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland, 2016.        
45Tomaselli V., Adamo M., Veronico G., Sciandrello S., Tarantino C., Dimopoulos P., Medagli P., Nagendra H., Blonda P. Definition and application of expert knowledge on vegetation pattern, phenology, and seasonality for habitat mapping, as exemplified in a Mediterranean coastal site. In: Plant Biosystems - An International Journal Dealing with all Aspects of Plant Biology, vol. september pp. 1 - 14. Taylor & Francis, 2016.        
46Turco M., Bedia J., Di Liberto F., Fiorucci P., Von Hardenberg J., Koutsias N., Llasat M., Xystrakis F., Provenzale A. Decreasing Fires in Mediterranean Europe. In: PLoS One, vol. 11 (3) pp. 1 - 19. Public Library of Science, San Francisco (USA), 2016.           
47Valentini E., Filipponi F., Nguyen Xuan A., Passarelli F., Taramelli A. Earth observation for maritime spatial planning: Measuring, observing and modeling marine environment to assess potential aquaculture sites. In: Sustainability, vol. 8 (6) article n. 519. MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland, 2016.        

48Benas N., Chrysoulakis N. Estimation of the Land Surface Albedo changes in the Broader Mediterranean Area, based on 12 years of satellite observations. In: Remote sensing, vol. 7 (12) pp. 16150 - 16163. MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland, 2015.        

Contribution to Book/Monograph

1Karnieli A. Remote sensing in the reflective spectrum: - A powerful and applied technology for terrestrial ecosystem science. In: Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Infrastructures: Challenges and Opportunities. pp. 279 - 304. Abad Chabbi, Henry W. Loescher (eds.). Boca Raton, USA: Taylor & Francis Group, 2017.        
2Provenzale A., Nativi S. Comprehensive and coordinated approach of GEOSS to ecosystem challenges. In: Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Infrastructures: Challenges and Opportunities. pp. 369 - 398. Abad Chabbi, Henry W. Loescher (eds.). Boca Raton, USA: Taylor & Francis Group, 2017.        
3Tarantino C., Bionda P., Adamo M., Niphadkar M., Lucas R. Changes in tropical forest: assessing different detection techniques. In: A Sourcebook of Methods and Procedures for Monitoring Essential Biodiversity Variables in Tropical Forests with Remote Sensing. pp. 139 - 148. GOFC-GOLD & GEO BON (Eds.) (eds.). Wageningen University, The Netherlands: Report version UNCBD COP-13, Land Cover Project Office., 2017.     

4De Wit R. Lake La Salada de Chiprana (NE Spain), an example of an Athalassic Salt Lake in a cultural landscape. In: Lake science and climate change. pp. 43 - 58. Edited by M.Nageeb Rashed. CC BY 3.0 license: INTECH, 2016.     


1Domingo-Marimon C., Pesquer L., Gomez-Cabajo N., Jimenez M., Pons X. On the interest of the spectral bands in the automatic selection of high quality MODIS data through spatial pattern identification. In: Proceedings SPIE 10427, Image and Signal Processing for Remote Sensing XXIII (Warsaw, Poland, 2017). Proceedings, vol. 10427 pp. 1 - 10. a cura di Bruzzone L (ed.). Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE), 2017.     

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