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   2015
1Amalfitano S., Coci M., Corno G., Luna G. M. A microbial perspective on biological invasions in aquatic ecosystems. In: Hydrobiologia, vol. 746 pp. 13 - 22. Springer, 2015.     
2Amori G., Rizzo Pinna V., Sammuri G., Luiselli L. Diversity of small mammal communities of the Tuscan Archipelago: testing the effects of island size, distance from mainland and human density. In: Folia Zoologica, vol. 64 (2) pp. 161 - 166. Czech Academy of Sciences, 2015.  
3Amori G., Castigliani V., Locasciulli O., Luiselli L. Long-term density fluctuations and microhabitat use of sympatric Apodemus flavicollis and Myodes glareolus in central Italy. In: Community Ecology, vol. 16 (2) pp. 196 - 205. Akadémiai Kiadó, 2015.     
4Amori G., Milana G., Rotondo C., Luiselli L. Macro-ecological patterns of the endemic Afrosoricida and Rodentia of Madagascar. In: Hystrix - The Italian Journal of Mammalogy, vol. 26 (1) pp. 53 - 57. Associazione Teriologica Italiana, 2015.     
5Amori G., Luiselli L., Milana G., Casula P. Small scale factors affect population size of the wood mouse (Apodemus Sylvaticus) in a Mediterranean island (Sardinia). In: Revue d'Ecologie-La Terre et La Vie, vol. 70 (1) pp. 58 - 69. Société Nationale de Protection de la Nature, 2015.  
6Aranda V., Macci C., Peruzzi E., Masciandaro G. Biochemical activity and chemical-structural properties of soil organic matter after 17 years of amendments with olive-mill pomace co-compost. In: Journal of Environmental Management, vol. 147 pp. 278 - 285. Elsevier, 2015.     
7Arranz I., Mehner T., Benejam L., Argillier C., Holmgren K., Jeppesen E., Lauridsen T. L., Volta P., Winfield I. J., Brucet S. Density-dependent effects as key drivers of intraspecific size structure of six abundant fish species in lakes across Europe. In: Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, vol. 72 pp. 1 - 16. Canadian Science Publishing, 2015.        
8Azzoni R. S., Franzetti A., Fontaneto D., Zullini A., Ambrosini R. Nematodes and rotifers on two Alpine debris-covered glaciers. In: Italian Journal of Zoology, vol. 82 (4) pp. 616 - 623. Taylor & Francis, 2015.        
9Bannikova A. A., Zemlemerova E. D., Colangelo P., Sözen M., Sevindik M., Kidov A. A., Dzuev R. I., KryšTufek B., Lebedev V. S. An underground burst of diversity – a new look at the phylogeny and taxonomy of the genus Talpa Linnaeus, 1758 (Mammalia: Talpidae) as revealed by nuclear and mitochondrial genes. In: Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, vol. 175 (4) pp. 930 - 948. The Linnean Society of London, 2015.     
10Baratti M., Baccetti N., Cordaro M., Mori A., Dessì-Fulgheri F. Investigating the puzzling genetic structure of mallard populations (Anas platyrhynchos L.) in Italy. In: European Journal of Wildlife Research, vol. 61 pp. 81 - 89. Springer, 2015.     
11Bertolino S., Colangelo P., Mori E., Capizzi D. Good for management, not for conservation: an overview of research, conservation and management of Italian small mammals. In: Hystrix - The Italian Journal of Mammalogy, vol. 26 (1) pp. 25 - 35. Associazione Teriologica Italiana, 2015.     
12Bidegaray-Batista L., Taiti S., Lopez H., Ribera C., Arnedo M. A. Endemism and evolution in the littoral woodlouse Halophiloscia Verhoeff, 1908 (Crustacea, Isopoda, Oniscidea) from the Canary Islands: implications for conservation policies. In: Insect Conservation and Diversity, vol. 8 (1) pp. 17 - 30. The Royal Entomological Society, 2015.     
13Bondi G., Peruzzi E., Macci C., Masciandaro G., Pistoia A. Changes in soil organic matter associated with pig rearing: influence of stocking densities and land gradient on forest soils in central Italy. In: Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment, vol. 211 pp. 32 - 42. Elsevier, 2015.     
14Campos-Filho I. S., Taiti S., Araujo P. B. Taxonomic revision of the genus Benthana Budde-Lund, 1908 (Isopoda: Oniscidea: Philosciidae). In: Zootaxa, vol. 4022 (1) pp. 1 - 73. Magnolia Press, 2015.     
15Capra G. F., Grilli E., Macci C., Vacca S., Masciandaro G., Ceccanti B., Bondi G., Duras M. G., Dessena M. A., Marras G., Gaviano C., Buondonno A. Lake-dredged material (LDM) in pedotechnique for the restoration of Mediterranean soils affected by erosion/entisolization processes. In: Journal of Soils and Sediments, vol. 15 pp. 32 - 46. Springer, 2015.     
16Casabianca A., Orlandi C., Barbieri F., Sabatini L., Di Cesare A., Sisti D., Pasquaroli S., Magnani M., Citterio B. Effect of starvation on survival and virulence expression of Aeromonas hydrophila from different sources. In: Archives of Microbiology, vol. 197 pp. 431 - 438. Springer, 2015.  
17Chini Zittelli G., Ventirini S., Tibaldi E., Parisi G., Bruno M., Giorgi G., Poli B. M., Tredici M. Growth performance and quality traits of European sea bass (D. labrax) fed diets including increasing levels of freeze-dried Isochrysis sp (T-ISO) biomass as a source of protein and n-3 long chain PUFA in partial substitution of fish derivatives. In: Aquaculture, vol. 440 pp. 60 - 68. Elsevier, 2015.     
18Cocco A., Serra G., Lentini A., Deliperi S., Delrio G. Spatial distribution and sequential sampling plans for Tuta absoluta (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae) in greenhouse tomato crops. In: Pest Management Science, vol. 71 pp. 1311 - 1323. Wiley Online Library, 2015.        
19Coci M., Odermatt N., Salcher M. M., Pernthaler J., Corno G. Ecology and distribution of Thaumarchaea in the deep hypolimnion of Lake Maggiore. In: Archaea-an International Microbiological Journal, vol. 2015 article n. 590434. Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2015.     
20Coianiz L., Ariztegui D., Piovano E. L., Lami A., Guilizzoni P., Gerli S., Waldmann N. Environmental change in subtropical South America for the last two millennia as shown by lacustrine pigments. In: Journal of Paleolimnology, vol. 53 pp. 233 - 250. Springer, 2015.     
21Colangelo P., Abiadh A., Aloise G., Amori G., Capizzi D., Vasa E., Annesi F., Castiglia R. Mitochondrial phylogeography of the black rat supports a single invasion of the western Mediterranean basin. In: Biological Invasions, vol. 17 (6) pp. 1859 - 1868. Cross Mark, 2015.     
22Colombini I., Fallaci M., Chelazzi L. Ecological strategies of Macarorchestia remyi compared to two sympatric talitrids of a Tyrrhenian beach. In: Acta Oecologica-International Journal of Ecology, vol. 67 pp. 49 - 58. Elsevier, 2015.  
23Concas S., Lattanzi P., Bacchetta G., Barbafieri M., Vacca A. Zn, Pb and Hg contents of Pistacia lentiscus L. grown on heavy metal-rich soils: implications for phytostabilization. In: Water Air Soil Pollution, vol. 226 pp. 340 - 15. Springer, 2015.     
24Corno G., Salka I., Pohlmann K., Hall A. R., Grossart H. Interspecific interactions drive chitin and cellulose degradation by aquatic microorganisms. In: Aquatic Microbial Ecology, vol. 76 pp. 27 - 37. Inter-Research 2015, 2015.     
25Cotelle S., Dhyèvre A., Muller S., Chenon P., Manier N., Pandard P., Echairi A., Silvestre J., Guiresse M., Pinelli E., Giorgetti L., Barbafieri M., Silva V. C., Engel F., Radetski C. M. Soil genotoxicity assessment-results of an interlaboratory study on the Vicia micronucleus assay in the context of ISO standardization. In: Environmental Science and Pollution Research, vol. 22 pp. 988 - 995. Springer, 2015.     
26D'Acqui L. P., Santi C. A., Vizza F., Certini G. Living and dead soil organic matter under different land uses on a Mediterranean island. In: European Journal of Soil Science, vol. 66 pp. 298 - 310. British Society of Soil Science (ed.). John Wiley & Sons, 2015.     
27Di Cesare A., Eckert E. M., Teruggi A., Fontaneto D., Bertoni R., Callieri C., Corno G. Constitutive presence of antibiotic resistance genes within the bacterial community of a large subalpine lake. In: Molecular Ecology, vol. 24 (15) pp. 3888 - 3900. Wiley, 2015.        
28Di Lorenzo T., Cifoni M., Lombardo P., Fiasca B., Galassi D. M. Ammonium threshold values for groundwater quality in the EU may not protect groundwater fauna: evidence from an alluvial aquifer in Italy. In: Hydrobiologia, vol. 743 pp. 139 - 150. Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2015.     
29Di Lorenzo T., Di Marzio W. D., Spigoli D., Baratti M., Messana G., Cannicci S., Galassi D. M. Metabolic rates of a hypogean and an epigean species of copepod in an alluvial aquifer. In: Freshwater Biology, vol. 60 pp. 426 - 435. John Wiley & Son, 2015.     
30Di Lorenzo T., Borgoni R., Ambrosini R., Cifoni M., Galassi D. M., Petitta M. Occurrence of volatile organic compounds in shallow alluvial aquifers of a Mediterranean region: Baseline scenario and ecological implications. In: Science of the Total Environment, vol. 538 pp. 712 - 723. Elsevier, 2015.     
31Di Lorenzo T., Di Marzio W. D., Cifoni M., Fiasca B., Baratti M., Saenz M. E., Galassi D. M. Temperature effect on the sensitivity of the copepod Eucyclops serrulatus (Crustacea, Copepoda, Cyclopoida) to agricultural pollutants in the hyporheic zone. In: Current Zoology, vol. 61 (4) pp. 629 - 640. Current Zoology, 2015.  
32Doni S., Macci C., Peruzzi E., Iannelli R., Masciandaro G. Heavy metal distribution in a sediment phytoremediation system at pilot scale. In: Ecological Engineering, vol. 81 pp. 146 - 157. Elsevier, 2015.     
33Dumnicka E., Steingruber S., Colombo L., Zaupa S., Boggero A. Oligochaete assemblages of Swiss Alpine lakes. In: Italian Journal of Zoology, vol. 82 (1) pp. 112 - 123. Taylor & Francis, 2015.     
34Eyres I., Boschetti C., Crisp A., Smith T. P., Fontaneto D., Tunnacliffe A., Barraclough T. G. Horizontal gene transfer in bdelloid rotifers is ancient, ongoing and more frequent in species from desiccating habitats. In: Bmc Biology, vol. 13 article n. 90. BioMedCentral, 2015.        
35Ferretti M., Calderisi M., Marchetto A., Waldner P., Thimonier A., Jonard M., Cools N., Rautio P., Clarke N., Hansen K., Merila P., Potocic N. Variables related to nitrogen deposition improve defoliation models for European forests. In: Annals of Forest Science, vol. 72 pp. 897 - 906. Springer, 2015.        
36Feuda R., Bannikova A. A., Zemlemerova E. D., Di Febbraro M., Loy A., Hutterer R., Aloise G., Zykov A. E., Annesi F., Colangelo P. Tracing the evolutionary history of the mole, Talpa europaea, through mitochondrial DNA phylogeography and species distribution modelling. In: Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, vol. 114 pp. 495 - 512. The Linnean Society of London, 2015.     
37Fontaneto D., Iakovenko N., De Smet W. Diversity gradients of rotifer species richness in Antarctica. In: Hydrobiologia, vol. 761 pp. 235 - 248. Springer, 2015.        
38Fontaneto D., Barraclough T. G. Do species exist in asexuals? Theory and evidence from Bdelloid Rotifers. In: Integrative & Comparative Biology, vol. 55 (2) pp. 253 - 263. Oxford University Press, 2015.        
39Fontaneto D., Jean-Francois F., Tang C. Q. Guidelines for DNA taxonomy, with a focus on the meiofauna. In: Marine Biodiversity, vol. 45 (3) pp. 433 - 451. Springer, 2015.     
40Fontaneto D., Schiaparelli S. Preface: biology of the Ross Sea and surrounding areas in Antarctica. In: Hydrobiologia, vol. 761 pp. 1 - 3. Springer, 2015.        
41Genomic Resources Development Co .., Baratti M., Cattonaro F., Di Lorenzo T., Galassi D. M., Iannilli V., Iannucci A., Jensen J., Larsen P. F., Pertoldi C., Postolache D., Pujolar J. M., Randi E., Ruiz-Gonzalez A., Thirstrup J. P., Vendramin G. G., Zalewski A. Genomic Resources Notes Accepted 1 October 2014-30 November 2014. In: Molecular Ecology Resources, vol. 15 (2) pp. 458 - 459. Wiley On Line Library, 2015.     
42Giska I., Sechi P., Babik W. Deeply divergent sympatric mitochondrial lineages of the earthworm Lumbricus rubellus are not reproductively isolated. In: BMC Evolutionary Biology, vol. 15 (1) article n. 217. Biomed Central, 2015.        
43Gobbi M., Fontaneto D., Bragalanti N., Pedrotti L., Lencioni V. Carabid beetle (Coleoptera: Carabidae) richness and functional traits in relation to differently managed grasslands in the Alps. In: Annales de la Société entomologique de France (N.S.): International Journal of Entomology, vol. 51 (1) pp. 52 - 59. Société entomologique de France, 2015.     
44Grifoni M., Schiavon M., Pezzarossa B., Petruzzelli G., Malagoli M. Effects of phosphate and thiosulphate on arsenic accumulation in the species Brassica juncea. In: Environmental Science and Pollution Research, vol. 22 pp. 2423 - 2433. Springer, 2015.     
45Krystufek B., Klenovsek T., Amori G., Janzekovic F. Captured in "continental archipelago": phylogenetic and environmental framework of cranial variation in the European snow vole. In: Journal of Zoology, vol. 297 pp. 270 - 277. The Zoological Society of London, 2015.     
46Luiselli L., Amori G., Akani G. C., Eniang E. A. Ecological diversity, community structure and conservation of Niger Delta mammals. In: Biodiversity and Conservation, vol. 24 pp. 2809 - 2830. Cross Mark, 2015.     
47Luiselli L., Petrozzi F., Mebert K., Zuffi M. A., Amori G. Resource partitioning and dwarfism patterns between sympatric snakes in a micro-insular Mediterranean environment. In: Ecological Research, vol. 30 (3) pp. 527 - 535. Cross Mark, 2015.     
48Macci C., Peruzzi E., Doni S., Iannelli R., Masciandaro G. Ornamental plants for micropollutant removal in wetland systems. In: Environmental Science and Pollution Research, vol. 22 pp. 2406 - 2415. Springer, 2015.     
49Maiorano L., Amori G., Montemaggiori A., Rondinini C., Santini L., Saura S., Boitani L. On how much biodiversity is covered in Europe by national protected areas and by the Natura 2000 network: insights from terrestrial vertebrates. In: Conservation Biology, vol. 29 (4) pp. 986 - 995. Wiley On Line Library, 2015.     
50Manca M., Rogora M., Salmaso N. Inter-annual climate variability and zooplankton: applying teleconnection indices to two deep subalpine lakes in Italy. In: Journal of Limnology, vol. 74 (1) pp. 123 - 132. PAGEPress, 2015.     
51Masciandaro G., Iannelli R., Chiarugi M. Reed bed systems for sludge treatment: case studies in Italy. In: Water Science and Technology, vol. 72 (7) pp. 1043 - 1050. IWA Publishing, 2015.     
52Monticelli Cardoso G., Taiti S., Sfenthourakis S. A new genus of Trachelipodidae Strouhal, 1953 (Crustacea, Isopoda, Oniscidea) from the eastern Mediterranean. In: Zootaxa, vol. 4040 pp. 1 - 16. Magnolia Press, 2015.  
53Moreno B., Canizares R., Macci C., Doni S., Masciandaro G., Benitez E. Molecular tools to understand the bioremediation effect of plants and earthworms on contaminated marine sediments. In: Journal of Hazardous Materials, vol. 300 pp. 398 - 405. Elsevier, 2015.  
54Mugnai R., Sousa F. N., Di Lorenzo T. Monitoring hyporheic habitats: techniques for unclogging minipiezometers. In: Pan-American Journal of Aquatic Sciences, vol. 10 (2) pp. 168 - 171. PanamJAS, 2015.  
55Mugnai R., Messana G., Di Lorenzo T. The hyporheic zone and its functions: revision and research status in Neotropical regions. In: Brazilian Journal of Biology, vol. 75 (3) pp. 524 - 534. Instituto Internacional de Ecologia, 2015.  
56Nevalainen L., Luoto T. P., Manca M. M., Weisse T. A paleolimnological perspective on aquatic biodiversity in Austrian mountain lakes. In: Aquatic Sciences, vol. 77 pp. 59 - 69. Springer, 2015.     
57Oncel S. S., Kose F. A., Faraloni C., Imamoglu E., Elibol M., Torzillo G., Sukan F. V. Biohydrogen production from model microalgae Chlamydomonas reinhardtii: a simulation of environmental conditions for outdoor experiments. In: International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, vol. 40 (24) pp. 7502 - 7510. Elsevier, 2015.        
58O’Reilly C. M., Sharma S., Gray D. K., Hampton S. E., Read J. S., Rowley R. J., Schneider P., Lenters J. D., McIntyre P. B., Kraemer B. M., Weyhenmeyer G. A., Straile D., Dong B., Adrian R., Allan M. G., Anneville O., Arvola L., Austin J., Bailey J. L., Baron J. S., Brookes J. D., de Eyto E., Dokulil M. T., Hamilton D. P., Havens K., Hetherington A. L., Higgins S. N., Hook S., Izmesteva L. R., Joehnk K. D., Kangur K., Kasprzak P., Kumagai M., Kuusisto E., Leshkevich G., Livingstone D. M., MacIntyre S., May L., Melack J. M., Mueller-Navarra D. C., Naumenko M., Noges P., Noges T., North R. P., Plisnier P., Rigosi A., Rimmer A., Rogora M., Rudstam L. G., Rusak J. A., Salmaso N., Samal N. R., Schindler D. E., Schladow S. G., Schmid M., Schmidt S. R., Silow E., Teubner K., Verburg P., Voutilainen A., Watkinson A., Williamson C. E. Rapid and highly variable warming of lake surface waters around the globe. In: Geophysical Research Letters, vol. 42 (24) pp. 10773 - 10781. AGU Publications, 2015.     
59Pahissa J., Catalan J., Morabito G., Dorflinger G., Ferreira J., Laplace-Treyture C., Girbea R., Marchetto A., Polykarpou P., De Hoyos C. Benefits and limitations of an intercalibration of phytoplankton assessment methods based on the Mediterranean GIG reservoir experience. In: Science of the Total Environment, vol. 538 pp. 169 - 179. Elsevier, 2015.        
60Peruzzi E., Macci C., Doni S., Volpi M., Masciandaro G. Organic matter and pollutants monitoring in reed bed systems for sludge stabilization: a case study. In: Environmental Science and Pollution Research, vol. 22 pp. 2447 - 4254. Springer, 2015.     
61Petruccelli R., Bonetti A., Traversi M. L., Faraloni C., Valagussa M., Pozzi A. Influence of biochar application on nutritional quality of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum). In: Crop and Pasture Science, vol. 66 (7) pp. 747 - 755. CSIRO Publishing, 2015.  
62Pintucci C., Padovani G., Giovannelli A., Traversi M. L., Ena A., Pushparaj B., Carlozzi P. Hydrogen photo-evolution by Rhodopseudomonas palustris 6A using pre-treated olive mill wastewater and a synthetic medium containing sugars. In: Energy Conversion and Management, vol. 90 pp. 499 - 505. Elsevier, 2015.     
63Piras P., Sansalone G., Teresi L., Moscato M., Profico A., Eng R., Cox T. C., Loy A., Colangelo P., Kotsakis T. Digging adaptation in insectivorous subterranean eutherians. The enigma of Mesoscalops montanensis unveiled by geometric morphometrics and finite element analysis. In: Journal of Morphology, vol. 276 (10) pp. 1157 - 1171. Wiley On Line Library, 2015.     
64Piscia R., Colombini M., Ponti B., Bettinetti R., Monticelli D., Rossi V., Manca M. Lifetime Response of Contemporary Versus Resurrected Daphnia galeata Sars (Crustacea, Cladocera) to Cu(II) Chronic Exposure. In: Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, vol. 94 pp. 46 - 51. Springer, 2015.     
65Posch T., Eugster B., Pomati F., Pernthaler J., Pitsch G., Eckert E. M. Network of interactions between ciliates and phytoplankton during spring. In: Frontiers in Microbiology, vol. 6 article n. 1289. Cross Mark, 2015.     
66Reboleira A. S. P., Goncalves F., Oromi P., Taiti S. The cavernicolous Oniscidea (Crustacea: Isopoda) of Portugal. In: European Journal of Taxonomy, vol. 161 pp. 1 - 61. EJT, 2015.  
67Rogora M., Mosello R., Kamburska L., Salmaso N., Cerasino L., Leoni B., Garibaldi L., Soler V., Lepori F., Colombo L., Buzzi F. Recent trends in chloride and sodium concentrations in the deep subalpine lakes (Northern Italy). In: Environmental Science and Pollution Research, vol. 22 (23) pp. 19013 - 19026. Cross Mark, 2015.     
68Rossaro B., Zaupa S., Boggero A. Pseudosmittia fabioi Boggero, Zaupa & Rossaro, 2014 (Diptera: Chironomidae: Orthocladiinae) a new junior synonym of Prosmittia verae Krasheninnikov & Makarchenko, 2008. In: Journal of Entomological and Acarological Research, vol. 47 pp. 62 - 64. PAGEPress, 2015.        
69Sabatino R., Di Cesare A., Pasquaroli S., Vignaroli C., Citterio B., Amiri M., Rossi L., Magnani M., Mauro A., Biavasco F. Adherence and intracellular survival within human macrophages of Enterococcus faecalis isolates from coastal marine sediment. In: Microbes and Infection, vol. 17 pp. 660 - 664. Elsevier, 2015.     
70Saenz M. E., Bisova K., Touloupakis E., Faraloni C., Di Marzio W. D., Torzillo G. Evidences of oxidative stress during hydrogen photoproduction in sulfur-deprived cultures of Chlamydomons reinhardtii. In: International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, vol. 40 pp. 10410 - 10417. Elsiever, 2015.  
71Saidi H., Ciampittiello M., Dresti C., Ghiglieri G. Assessment of trends in extreme precipitation events: a case study in Piedmont (North-West Italy). In: Water Resources Management, vol. 29 pp. 63 - 80. Springer, 2015.     
72Segers H., De Smet W. H., Fontaneto D., Hinz C., Hussey C., Michaloudi E., Wallace R. L., Jersabek C. D. Period of public commentary begins on the revised proposal of species-group level names, and on the proposal of genus-group level names of the Candidate Part of List of Available Names (LAN) in the phylum Rotifera. In: European Journal of Taxonomy, vol. 165 pp. 1 - 3. EJT, 2015.        
73Sfendourakis S., Taiti S. Patterns of taxonomic diversity among terrestrial isopods. In: Zookeys, vol. 515 pp. 13 - 25. Pensoft Publisher, 2015.     
74Siqueira T., Bini L. M., Thomaz S. M., Fontaneto D. Biodiversity analyses: are aquatic ecologists doing any better and differently than terrestrial ecologists?. In: Hydrobiologia, vol. 750 pp. 5 - 12. Springer, 2015.     
75Stojkovic D., Torzillo G., Faraloni C., Valant M. Hydrogen production by sulfur-deprived TiO2-encapsulated Chlamydomonas reinhardtii cells. In: International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, vol. 40 pp. 3201 - 3206. Elsevier, 2015.        
76Taiti S., Rossano C. Terrestrial isopods from the Oued Laou basin, north-eastern Morocco (Crustacea: Oniscidea), with descriptions of two new genera and seven new species. In: Journal of Natural History, vol. 49 (33-34) pp. 2067 - 2138. Taylor & Francis, 2015.     
77Taiti S., Wynne J. J. The terrestrial Isopoda (Crustacea, Oniscidea) of Rapa Nui (Easter Island), with descriptions of two new species. In: Zookeys, vol. 515 pp. 27 - 49. Pensoft Publisher, 2015.     
78Tapolczai K., Anneville O., Padisák J., Salmaso N., Morabito G., Zohary T., Tadonléké R., Rimet F. Occurrence and mass development of Mougeotia Spp. (Zygnemataceae) in large, deep lakes. In: Hydrobiologia, vol. 745 pp. 17 - 29. Springer, 2015.  
79Taranu Z. E., Gregory-Eaves I., Leavitt P. R., Bunting L., Buchaca T., Catalan J., Domaizon I., Guilizzoni P., Lami A., McGowan S., Moorhouse H., Morabito G., Pick F. R., Stevenson M. A., Thompson P. L., Vinebrooke R. D. Acceleration of cyanobacterial dominance in north temperate subarctic lakes during the Anthropocene. In: Ecology Letters, vol. 18 (4) pp. 375 - 384. John Wiley & Sons, 2015.     
80Torzillo G., Scoma A., Faraloni C., Giannelli L. Advances in the biotechnology of hydrogen production with the microalga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii. In: Critical Reviews in Biotechnology, vol. 35 (4) pp. 485 - 496. Informa Healthcare, 2015.        
81Touloupakis E., Cicchi B., Torzillo G. A bioenergetic assessment of photosynthetic growth of Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803 in continuous cultures. In: Biotechnology for Biofuels, vol. 8 article n. 133. BioMed Central, 2015.     
82Tredici M. R., Bassi N., Prussi M., Biondi N., Rodolfi L., Chini Zittelli G., Sampietro G. Energy balance of algal biomass production in a 1-ha "Green Wall Panel" plant: how to produce algal biomass in a closed reactor achieving a high Net Energy Ratio. In: Applied Energy, vol. 154 pp. 1103 - 1111. Elsevier, 2015.     
83Vannucchi F., Malorgio F., Pezzarossa B., Pini R., Bretzel F. Effects of compost and mowing on the productivity and density of a purpose-sown mixture of native herbaceous species to revegetate degraded soil in anthropized areas. In: Ecological Engineering, vol. 74 pp. 60 - 67. Elsevier, 2015.     
84Vignaroli C., Di Sante L., Magi G., Luna G. M., Di Cesare A., Pasquaroli S., Facinelli B., Biavasco F. Adhesion of marine cryptic Escherichia isolates to human intestinal epithelial cells. In: Isme Journal, vol. 9 (2) pp. 508 - 515. Nature publishing group, 2015.     
85Waldner P., Thimonier A., Graf Pannatier E., Etzold S., Schmitt M., Marchetto A., Rautio P., Derome K., Nieminen T. M., Nevalainen S., Lindroos A., Merila P., Kindermann G., Neumann M., Cools N., De Vos B., Roskams P., Verstraeten A., Hansen K., Pihl Karlsson G., Dietrich H., Raspe S., Fischer R., Lorenz M., Iost S., Granke O., Sanders T. G., Michel A., Nagel H., Scheuschner T., Simoncic P., Von Wilpert K., Meesenburg H., Fleck S., Benham S., Vanguelova E., Clarke N., Ingerslev M., Vesterdal L., Gundersen P., Stupak I., Jonard M., Potocic N., Minaya M. Exceedance of critical loads and of critical limits impacts tree nutrition across Europe. In: Annals of Forest Science, vol. 72 pp. 929 - 939. Springer, 2015.     
86Yazdi F. T., Colangelo P., Adriaens D. Testing a long-standing hypothesis on the relation between the auditory bulla size and environmental conditions: a case study in two jird species (Muridae: Meriones libycus and M. crassus). In: Mammalia, vol. 79 (2) pp. 185 - 200. De Gruyter, 2015.     
87Zeppilli D., Sarrazin J., Leduc D., Martinez Arbizu P., Fontaneto D., Fontanier C., Gooday A. J., Kristensen R. M., Ivanenko V. N., Sørensen M. V., Vanreusel A., Thébault J., Mea M., Allio N., Andro T., Arvigo A., Castrec J., Danielo M., Foulon V., Fumeron R., Hermabessiere L., Hulot V., James T., Langonne-Augen R., Le Bot T., Long M., Mahabror D., Morel Q., Pantalos M., Pouplard E., Raimondeau L., Rio-Cabello A., Seite S., Traisnel G., Urvoy K., Van Der Stegen T., Weyand M., Fernandes D. Is the meiofauna a good indicator for climate change and anthropogenic impacts?. In: Marine Biodiversity, vol. 45 (3) pp. 505 - 535. Springer, 2015.