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Antonio Rolando
Antonio Rolando
Professor of Ecology, Turin University (Italy)
Verified email at unito.it
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Consequences of pastoral abandonment for the structure and diversity of the alpine avifauna
P Laiolo, F Dondero, E Ciliento, A Rolando
Journal of Applied Ecology 41 (2), 294-304, 2004
3622004
Dung beetle conservation: effects of habitat and resource selection (Coleoptera: Scarabaeoidea)
E Barbero, C Palestrini, A Rolando
Journal of insect Conservation 3 (2), 75-84, 1999
1531999
The effects of body mass on dung removal efficiency in dung beetles
B Nervo, C Tocco, E Caprio, C Palestrini, A Rolando
PloS one 9 (9), e107699, 2014
1152014
The impact of high‐altitude ski‐runs on alpine grassland bird communities
A Rolando, E Caprio, E Rinaldi, I Ellena
Journal of applied ecology 44 (1), 210-219, 2007
1132007
Organic versus conventional systems in viticulture: Comparative effects on spiders and carabids in vineyards and adjacent forests
E Caprio, B Nervo, M Isaia, G Allegro, A Rolando
Agricultural Systems 136, 61-69, 2015
1022015
Assessing the sensitivity of alpine birds to potential future changes in habitat and climate to inform management strategies
DE Chamberlain, M Negro, E Caprio, A Rolando
Biological conservation 167, 127-135, 2013
912013
A review and meta‐analysis of the effects of climate change on Holarctic mountain and upland bird populations
D Scridel, M Brambilla, K Martin, A Lehikoinen, A Iemma, A Matteo, ...
Ibis 160 (3), 489-515, 2018
882018
Forest bird diversity and ski-runs: a case of negative edge effect
P Laiolo, A Rolando
Animal Conservation forum 8 (1), 9-16, 2005
762005
The altitudinal frontier in avian climate impact research
DE CHAMBERLAIN, A RAPHA╦L, E Caprio, M RAMONA, P PAOLO, ...
Ibis 154, 205-209, 2012
702012
The impact of forest ski-pistes on diversity of ground-dwelling arthropods and small mammals in the Alps
M Negro, M Isaia, C Palestrini, A Rolando
Biodiversity and Conservation 18 (11), 2799-2821, 2009
682009
Habitat use, home ranges and census techniques in the Black Woodpecker Dryocopus martius in the Alps
M Bocca, L Carisio, A Rolando
Ardea 95 (1), 17-29, 2007
662007
On the ecology of home range in birds
A Rolando
Revue d'Ecologie, Terre et Vie 57 (1), 53-73, 2002
662002
Assessing habitat/landscape predictors of bird diversity in managed deciduous forests: a seasonal and guild-based approach
E Caprio, I Ellena, A Rolando
Biodiversity and Conservation 18 (5), 1287-1303, 2009
602009
Effects of logging and non-native tree proliferation on the birds overwintering in the upland forests of north-western Italy
P Laiolo, E Caprio, A Rolando
Forest Ecology and Management 179 (1-3), 441-454, 2003
592003
Landscape changes caused by high altitude ski-pistes affect bird species richness and distribution in the Alps
E Caprio, DE Chamberlain, M Isaia, A Rolando
Biological Conservation 144 (12), 2958-2967, 2011
582011
Genetic and morphological differentiation patterns between sister species: the case of Onthophagus taurus and Onthophagus illyricus (Coleoptera, Scarabaeidae)
A Pizzo, A Roggero, C Palestrini, P Cervella, M Del Pero, A Rolando
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 89 (2), 197-211, 2006
562006
Ecological functions provided by dung beetles are interlinked across space and time: evidence from 15N isotope tracing
B Nervo, E Caprio, L Celi, M Lonati, G Lombardi, G Falsone, G Iussig, ...
Ecology 98 (2), 433-446, 2017
552017
The evolution of vocalisations in the genus Corvus: effects of phylogeny, morphology and habitat
P Laiolo, A Rolando
Evolutionary Ecology 17 (2), 111-123, 2003
552003
The impact of high-altitude ski pistes on ground-dwelling arthropods in the Alps
M Negro, M Isaia, C Palestrini, A Schoenhofer, A Rolando
Biodiversity and Conservation 19 (7), 1853-1870, 2010
542010
Habitat use and movement patterns in the endangered ground beetle species, Carabus olympiae (Coleoptera: Carabidae)
M Negro, A Casale, L Migliore, C Palestrini, A Rolando
European Journal of Entomology 105 (1), 105, 2008
532008
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