Bodini Antonio
Bodini Antonio
Department of Chemistry, Life Sciences and Environmental Sustainabililty
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Who dominates whom in the ecosystem? Energy flow bottlenecks and cascading extinctions
S Allesina, A Bodini
Journal of Theoretical Biology 230 (3), 351-358, 2004
1432004
Environmental quality and sustainability in the province of Reggio Emilia (Italy): using multi-criteria analysis to assess and compare municipal performance
A Ferrarini, A Bodini, M Becchi
Journal of Environmental Management 63 (2), 117-131, 2001
972001
Towards a sustainable use of water resources: a whole-ecosystem approach using network analysis
A Bodini, C Bondavalli
International Journal of Environment and Pollution 18 (5), 463-485, 2002
952002
Ecological footprint as a tool for local sustainability: the municipality of Piacenza (Italy) as a case study
M Scotti, C Bondavalli, A Bodini
Environmental Impact Assessment Review 29 (1), 39-50, 2009
912009
Increased isolation of two Biosphere Reserves and surrounding protected areas (WAP ecological complex, West Africa)
N Clerici, A Bodini, H Eva, JM Grégoire, D Dulieu, C Paolini
Journal for Nature Conservation 15 (1), 26-40, 2007
882007
Functional links and robustness in food webs
S Allesina, A Bodini, M Pascual
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 364 …, 2009
722009
Ecological subsystems via graph theory: the role of strongly connected components
S Allesina, A Bodini, C Bondavalli
Oikos 110 (1), 164-176, 2005
692005
Cities as ecosystems: growth, development and implications for sustainability
A Bodini, C Bondavalli, S Allesina
Ecological Modelling 245, 185-198, 2012
562012
Secondary extinctions in ecological networks: bottlenecks unveiled
S Allesina, A Bodini, C Bondavalli
Ecological Modelling 194 (1-3), 150-161, 2006
532006
Building a systemic environmental monitoring and indicators for sustainability: What has the ecological network approach to offer?
A Bodini
Ecological Indicators 15 (1), 140-148, 2012
502012
Detecting stress at the whole-ecosystem level: the case of a mountain lake (Lake Santo, Italy)
C Bondavalli, A Bodini, G Rossetti, S Allesina
Ecosystems 9 (5), 768-787, 2006
482006
A Multimethodological Approach for the Sustainable Management of Perifluvial Wetlands of the Po River (Italy).
A Bodini, A Ricci, P Viaroli
Environmental Management 26 (1), 2000
362000
Using food web dominator trees to catch secondary extinctions in action
A Bodini, M Bellingeri, S Allesina, C Bondavalli
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 364 …, 2009
332009
Insights into the processing of carbon in the South Florida Cypress Wetlands: a whole‐ecosystem approach using network analysis
C Bondavalli, RE Ulanowicz, A Bodini
Journal of Biogeography 27 (3), 697-710, 2000
332000
Representing ecosystem structure through signed digraphs. Model reconstruction, qualitative predictions and management: the case of a freshwater ecosystem
A Bodini
Oikos, 93-106, 1998
301998
Duboys de Labarre
V Bellassen, G Giraud, M Hilal, F Arfini, A Barczak, A Bodini, M Brennan, ...
M., Gorton, M., Hartmann, M., Majewski, E., Muller, P., Monier-Dilhan, S …, 2016
292016
Threshold extinction in food webs
M Bellingeri, A Bodini
Theoretical ecology 6 (2), 143-152, 2013
282013
Sustainability at the local scale: Defining highly aggregated indices for assessing environmental performance. The Province of Reggio Emilia (Italy) as a case study
N Clerici, A Bodini, A Ferrarini
Environmental Management 34 (4), 590-608, 2004
282004
Multicriteria analysis as a tool to investigate compatibility between conservation and development on Salina Island, Aeolian Archipelago, Italy
A Bodini, G Giavelli
Environmental Management 16 (5), 633, 1992
281992
Reconstructing trophic interactions as a tool for understanding and managing ecosystems: application to a shallow eutrophic lake
A Bodini
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 57 (10), 1999-2009, 2000
262000
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