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   2016
1Amori G., Bertolino S., Masciola S., Moreno S., Palomo J., Rotondo C., Luiselli L. Aspects of demography in three distinct populations of garden dormouse, Eliomys quercinus, across Italy and Spain. In: Rendiconti Lincei - Scienze Fisiche e Naturali, vol. 27 pp. 357 - 368. Cross Mark, 2016.     
2Amori G., Luiselli L., Milana G., Casula P. Negative effect of the wild boar (Sus scrofa) on the population size of the wood mouse (Apodemus sylvaticus) in forest habitats of Sardinia. In: Mammalia, vol. 80 (4) pp. 463 - 467. De Gruyter, 2016.     
3Badano D., Acevedo F., Monserrat V., Pantaleoni R. A. Myrmeleon almohadarum sp. nov., from Spain and North Africa, with description of the larva (Neuroptera Myrmeleontidae). In: Zootaxa, vol. 4196 (2) pp. 210 - 220. Magnolia Press, 2016.        
4Barbafieri M., Giorgetti L. Contaminant bioavailability in soil and phytotoxicity/genotoxicity tests in Vicia faba L.: a case study of boron contamination. In: Environmental Science and Pollution Research, vol. 23 (23) pp. 24327 - 24336. Springer, 2016.     
5Belle S., Millet L., Verneaux V., Lami A., David E., Murgia L., Parent C., Musazzi S., Gauthier E., Bichet V., Magny M. 20th century human pressures drive reductions in deepwater oxygen leading to losses of benthic methane-based food webs. In: Quaternary Science Reviews, vol. 137 pp. 209 - 220. Elsevier, 2016.     
6Belle S., Verneaux V., Millet L., David E., Lami A., Musazzi S., Reyss J. L., Magny M. Climate and human land-use as a driver of Lake Narlay (Eastern France, Jura Mountains) evolution over the last 1200 years: implication for methane cycle. In: Journal of Paleolimnology, vol. 55 pp. 83 - 96. Cross Mark, 2016.     
7Belle S., Millet L., Lami A., Verneaux E., Musazzi S., Hossann C., Magny M. Increase in benthic trophic reliance on methane in 14 French lakes during the Anthropocene. In: Freshwater Biology, vol. 61 pp. 1105 - 1118. John Wiley & Sons, 2016.     
8Benitez E., Nogales R., Doni S., Masciandaro G., Moreno B. Biochemically active humic substances in contrasting agricultural managements. In: Spanish Journal of Agricultural Research, vol. 14 (3) article n. e03SC01. INIA, 2016.     
9Bertoni R., Bertoni M., Morabito G., Rogora M., Callieri C. A non-deterministic approach to forecasting the trophic evolution of lakes. In: Journal of Limnology, vol. 75 (1s) pp. 242 - 252. PagePress, 2016.        
10Bertoni R. Journal of Limnology: of ancestors and descendants. In: Journal of Limnology, vol. 75 (2) pp. 225 - 225. PAGEPress, 2016.        
11Bezerra A. M., Annesi F., Aloise G., Amori G., Giustini L., Castiglia R. Integrative taxonomy of the Italian pine voles, Microtus savii group (Cricetidae, Arvicolinae). In: Zoologica Scripta, vol. 45 (3) pp. 225 - 236. Wiley Online Library, 2016.     
12Bondi G., Capra G. F., Macci C., Ceccanti B., Grilli E., Vacca S., Duras M. G., Dessena M. A., Marras G., Buondonno A., Masciandaro G. Biochemical performance of degraded soil recovered by lake-dredged materials (LDM) as pedotechnomaterials. In: Journal of Soils and Sediments, vol. 16 pp. 1871 - 1888. Cross Mark, 2016.     
13Bonetti A., Venturini S., Ena A., Faraloni C. Innovative method for recovery and valorization of hydroxytyrosol from olive mill wastewaters. In: Water Science and Technology, vol. 74 (1) pp. 73 - 86. IWA Publishing, 2016.     
14Bretzel F., Calderisi M., Scatena M., Pini R. Soil quality is key for planning and managing urban allotments intended for the sustainable production of home-consumption vegetables. In: Environmental Science and Pollution Research, vol. 23 (17) pp. 17753 - 17760. Springer, 2016.     
15Callieri C., Hernandez-Aviles S., Salcher M. M., Fontaneto D., Bertoni R. Distribution patterns and environmental correlates of Thaumarchaeota abundance in six deep subalpine lakes. In: Aquatic Sciences, vol. 78 (2) pp. 215 - 225. Springer, 2016.        
16Callieri C., Amalfitano S., Corno G., Bertoni R. Grazing-induced Synechococcus microcolony formation: experimental insights from two freshwater phylotypes. In: Fems Microbiology Ecology, vol. 92 article n. fiw154. FEMS, 2016.     
17Callieri C. Micro-players for macro-roles: aquatic microbes in deep lakes. In: Journal of Limnology, vol. 75 (1s) pp. 191 - 200. PagePress, 2016.        
18Cappelletti D., Azzolini R., Langone L., Ventura S., Viola A., Aliani S., Vitale V., Brugnoli E. Environmental changes in the Arctic: an Italian perspective. In: Rendiconti Lincei-Scienze Fisiche e Naturali, vol. 27 (1) pp. 1 - 6. Springer, 2016.     
19Capula M., Rugiero L., Capizzi D., Franco D., Milana G., Luiselli L. Long-term, climate-change-related shifts in feeding frequencies of a Mediterranean snake population. In: Ecological Research, vol. 31 pp. 49 - 55. Cross Mark, 2016.     
20Carlozzi P., Padovani G. The aquatic fern Azolla as a natural plant-factory for ammonia removal from fish-breeding fresh wastewater. In: Environmental Science and Pollution Research, vol. 23 (9) pp. 8749 - 8755. Cross Mark, 2016.     
21Cogliati M., D'Amicis R., Zani A., Montagna M. T., Caggiano G., De Giglio O., Balbino S., De Donno A., Serio F., Susever S., Ergin C., Velegraki A., Ellabib M. S., Nardoni S., Macci C., Oliveri S., Trovato L., Dipineto L., Rickerts V., McCormick-Smith I., Akcaglar S., Tore O., Mlinaric-Missoni E., Bertout S., Malliè M., Martins M. D. L., Vencà A. C., Sampaio A. C., Pereira C., Criseo G., Romeo O., Ranque S., Al-Yasiri M. H., Kaya M., Cerikcioglu N., Marchese A., Vezzulli L., Ilkit M., Desnos-Ollivier M., Pasquale V., Korem M., Polacheck I., Scopa A., Meyer W., Ferreira-Paim K., Hagen F., Theelen B., Boekhout T., Lockhart S. R., Tintelnot K., Tortorano A. M., Dromer F., Varma A., Kwon-Chung K. J., Inacio J., Alonso B., Colom M. F. Environmental distribution of Cryptococcus neoformans and C. gattii around the Mediterranean basin. In: Fems Yeast Research, vol. 16 (4) article n. fow045. FEMS, 2016.     
22Conficoni D., Losasso C., Cortini E., Di Cesare A., Cibin V., Giaccone V., Corno G., Ricci A. Resistance to biocides in listeria monocytogenes collected in meat-processing environments. In: Frontiers in Microbiology, vol. 7 article n. 1627. Frontiers Media, 2016.     
23Corriero G., Pierri C., Accoroni S., Alabiso G., Bavastrello G., Barbone E., Bastianini M., Bazzoni A. M., Bernardi Aubry F., Boero F., Buia M. C., Cabrini M., Camatti E., Cardone F., Cataletto B., Cattaneo Vietti R., Cecere E., Cibic T., Colangelo P., De Olazabal A., DìOnghia G., Finotto S., Fiore N., Fornasaro D., Fraschetti S., Gambi M. C., Giangrande A., Gravili C., Guglielmo R., Longo C., Lorenti M., Lugliè A., Maiorano P., Mazzocchi M. G., Mercurio M., Mastrototaro F., Mistri M., Monti M., Munari C., Musco L., Nonnis Marzano C., Padedda B. M., Patti F. P., Petrocelli A., Piraino S., Portacci G., Pugnetti A., Pulina S., Romagnoli T., Rosati I., Sarno D., Satta C. T., Sechi N., Schiaparelli S., Scipione B., Sion L., Terlizzi A., Tirelli V., Totti C., Tursi A., Ungaro N., Zingone A., Zupo V., Basset A. Ecosystem vulnerability to alien and invasive species: a case study on marine habitats along the Italian coast. In: Aquatic conservation, vol. 26 (2) pp. 392 - 409. Wiley Online Library, 2016.     
24Debortoli N., Li X., Eyres I., Fontaneto D., Hespeels B., Tang C. Q., Flot J., Van Doninck K. Genetic exchange among bdelloid rotifers is more likely due to horizontal gene transfer than to meiotic sex. In: Current Biology, vol. 26 (6) pp. 723 - 732. CellPress, 2016.        
25Di Cesare A., Eckert E. M., D'Urso S., Bertoni R., Gillan D. C., Wattiez R., Corno G. Co-occurrence of integrase 1, antibiotic and heavy metal resistance genes in municipal wastewater treatment plants. In: Water Research, vol. 94 (1) pp. 208 - 2017. Elsevier, 2016.     
26Di Cesare A., Eckert E., Corno G. Co-selection of antibiotic and heavy metal resistance in freshwater bacteria. In: Journal of Limnology, vol. 75 (2s) pp. 59 - 66. PagePress, 2016.        
27Di Cesare A., Losasso C., Barco L., Eckert E. M., Conficoni D., Sarasini G., Corno G., Ricci A. Diverse distribution of Toxin-Antitoxin II systems in Salmonella enterica serovars. In: Scientific Reports, vol. 6 article n. 28759. Springer, 2016.     
28Di Cesare A., Fontaneto D., Doppelbauer J., Corno G. Fitness and recovery of bacterial communities and antibiotic resistance genes in urban wastewaters exposed to classical disinfection treatments. In: Environmental Science & Technology, vol. 50 (18) pp. 10153 - 10161. American Chemical Society, 2016.        
29Di Lorenzo T., Cannicci S., Spigoli D., Cifoni M., Baratti M., Galassi D. M. Bioenergetic cost of living in polluted freshwater bodies: respiration rates of the cyclopoid Eucyclops serrulatus under ammonia-N exposures. In: Fundamental and Applied Limnology, vol. 188 (2) pp. 147 - 156. E. Schweizerbart'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 2016.     
30Dresti C., Becciu G., Saidi H., Ciampittiello M. The hydromorphological state in mountain rivers subject to human impacts: a case study in the North-West of Italy. In: Environmental Earth Sciences, vol. 75 article n. 495. CrossMark, 2016.     
31Eckert E., Di Cesare A., Stenzel B., Fontaneto D., Corno G. Daphnia as a refuge for an antibiotic resistance gene in an experimental freshwater community. In: Science of the Total Environment, vol. 571 pp. 77 - 81. Elsevier, 2016.        
32Eniang E. A., Akani G. C., Amadi N., Dendi D., Amori G., Luiselli L. Recent distribution data and conservation status of the leopard (Panthera pardus) in the Niger Delta (Nigeria). In: Tropical Zoology, vol. 29 (4) pp. 173 - 183. Taylor & Francis, 2016.     
33Fadda A., Palmas F., Camin F., Ziller L., Padedda B. M., Lugliè A., Manca M., Sabatini A. Analysis of δ13C and δ15N isotopic signatures to shed light on the hydrological cycle's influence on the trophic behavior of fish in a Mediterranean reservoir. In: Biologia, vol. 71 (12) pp. 1395 - 1403. De Gruyter, 2016.     
34Fadda A., Manca M., Camin F., Ziller L., Buscarino P., Mariani M., Padedda B. M., Sechi N., Virdis T., Lugliè A. Study on the suspended particulate matter of a Mediterranean artificial lake (Sos Canales Lake) using Stable Isotope Analysis of carbon and nitrogen. In: Annales de Limnologie-International Journal of Limnology, vol. 52 pp. 401 - 412. EDP Sciences, 2016.     
35Fastner J., Abella S., Litt A., Morabito G., Voros L., Palffy K., Straile D., Kummerlin R., Matthews D., Phillips G. M., Chorus I. Combating cyanobacterial proliferation by avoiding or treating inflows with high P load-experiences from eight case studies. In: Aquatic Ecology, vol. 50 (3) pp. 367 - 383. Springer, 2016.     
36Felde V. J., Rossi F., Colesie C., Uteau-Puschmann D., Horn R., Felix-Henningsen P., De Philippis R., Peth S. Pore characteristics in biological soil crusts are independent of extracellular polymeric substances. In: Soil Biology & Biochemistry, vol. 103 pp. 294 - 299. Elsevier, 2016.     
37Formisano F., Fiorentino A., Rizzo L., Carotenuto M., Pucci L., Giugni M., Lofrano G. Inactivation of Escherichia coli and Enterococci in urban wastewater by sunlight/PAA and sunlight/H2O2 processes. In: Process Safety and Environmental Protection, vol. 104 pp. 178 - 184. Cross Mark, 2016.     
38Fornaroli R., Cabrini R., Zaupa S., Bettinetti R., Ciampittiello M., Boggero A. Quantile regression analysis as a predictive tool for lake macroinvertebrate biodiversity. In: Ecological Indicators, vol. 61 (2) pp. 728 - 738. Elsevier, 2016.     
39Franchi E., Agazzi G., Rolli E., Borin S., Marasco R., Chiaberge S., Conte A., Filtri P., Pedron F., Rosellini I., Barbafieri M., Petruzzelli G. Exploiting hydrocarbon-degrading indigenous bacteria for bioremediation and phytoremediation of a multicontaminated soil. In: Chemical Engineering & Technology, vol. 39 (9) pp. 1676 - 1684. Wiley Online Library, 2016.     
40Franchini P., Colangelo P., Meyer A., Fruciano C. Chromosomal rearrangements, phenotypic variation and modularity: a case study from a contact zone between house mouse Robertsonian races in Central Italy. In: Ecology and Evolution, vol. 6 (5) pp. 1353 - 1362. John Wiley & Sons, 2016.     
41Gandolfi A., Fontaneto D., Natali M., Lucentini L. Mitochondrial genome of Esox flaviae (Southern pike): announcement and comparison with other Esocidae. In: Mitochondrial DNA Part A: DNA Mapping, Sequencing, and Analysis, vol. 27 (4) pp. 3037 - 3038. Taylor & Francis, 2016.        
42Gusmao F., Di Domenico M., Amaral A. C. Z., Martinez A., Gonzalez B. C., Worsaae K., Ivar Do Sul J. A., Lana P. D. C. In situ ingestion of microfibres by meiofauna from sandy beaches. In: Environmental Pollution, vol. 2016 pp. 584 - 590. Elsevier, 2016.     
43Hrouzek P., Kapuscik A., Vacek J., Voracova K., Paichlova J., Kosina P., Voloshko L., Ventura S., Kopecky J. Cytotoxicity evaluation of large cyanobacterial strain set using selected human and murine in vitro cell models. In: Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, vol. 124 pp. 177 - 185. Elsevier, 2016.     
44Kelly M., Birk S., Willby N. J., Denys L., Drakare S., Kalhert M., Karjalainen S. M., Marchetto A., Pitt J., Urbanic G., Poikane S. Redundancy in the ecological assessment of lakes: are phytoplankton, macrophytes and phytobenthos all necessary?. In: Science of the Total Environment, vol. 568 pp. 594 - 602. Elsevier, 2016.        
45Khemiri H., Colangelo P., Chétoui M., Nouira S. Skull size and shape variation in Psammomys spp. (Rodentia, Gerbillinae) from Tunisia, with emphasis on the impact of allometric variation on species recognition. In: African Zoology, vol. 51 (3) pp. 145 - 152. Zoological Society of Southern Africa, 2016.     
46Lagar M., Pazzagli L., Cappugi G., Giusfredi G., Colmbini I., Fallaci M., Chelazzi L., Scapini F. Enzyme activity and trophic links of macroarthropods living on an exposed Mediterranean beach-dune system. In: Italian Journal of Zoology, vol. 83 (2) pp. 221 - 232. Taylor & Francis, 2016.     
47Lopes-Lima M., Sousa R., Teixeira A., Varandas S., Riccardi N., Aldridge D. C., Froufe E. Newly developed microsatellite markers for the pan-European duck mussel, Anodonta anatina: revisiting the main mitochondrial lineages. In: Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, vol. 26 pp. 307 - 318. Wiley On Line Library, 2016.     
48Luiselli L., Starita A., Carpaneto G. M., Segniagbeto G. H., Amori G. A short review of the international trade of wild tortoises and freshwater turtles across the world and throughout two decades. In: Chelonian Conservation and Biology, vol. 15 (2) pp. 167 - 172. Chelonian Research Foundation, 2016.     
49Macci C., Doni S., Peruzzi E., Mennone C., Masciandaro G. Biostimulation of soil microbial activity through organic fertilizer and almond tree association. In: Land Degradation & Development, vol. 27 pp. 335 - 345. Wiley online library, 2016.     
50Macci C., Peruzzi E., Doni S., Poggio G., Masciandaro G. The phytoremediation of an organic and inorganic polluted soil: a real scale experience. In: International Journal of Phytoremediation, vol. 18 (4) pp. 378 - 386. Taylor & Francis, 2016.     
51Manca M., Riccardi N. In memory of Oscar Ravera. In: Journal of Limnology, vol. 75 (2s) pp. a - b. PagePress, 2016.        
52Manca M., Bonacina C., Yan N. What have we learned about ecological recovery from liming interventions of acid lakes in Canada and Italy?. In: Journal of Limnology, vol. 75 (2s) pp. 1 - 3. PagePress, 2016.        
53Marta S., Lacasella F., Gratton P., Cesaroni D., Sbordoni V. Deciphering range dynamics: effects of niche stability areas and post-glacial colonization on alpine species distribution. In: Journal of Biogeography, vol. 43 pp. 2186 - 2198. Wiley Online Library, 2016.     
54Mazzamuto M. V., Galimberti A., Cremonesi G., Pisanu B., Chapuis J., Stuyck J., Amori G., Su H., Aloise G., Preatoni D., Wauters L. A., Casiraghi M., Martinoli A. Preventing species invasion: a role for integrative taxonomy?. In: Integrative Zoology, vol. 11 pp. 214 - 228. International Society of Zoological Sciences, 2016.     
55Mehner T., Keeling C., Emmrich M., Holmgren K., Argillier C., Volta P., Winfield I. J., Brucet S. Effects of fish predation on density and size spectra of prey fish communities in lakes. In: Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, vol. 73 (4) pp. 506 - 518. NRC Research Press, 2016.     
56Milana G., Lai M., Maiorano L., Luiselli L., Amori G. Geographic patterns of predator niche breadth and prey species richness. In: Ecological Research, vol. 31 (1) pp. 111 - 115. Springer, 2016.     
57Minella M., Tartari G. A., Rogora M., Frigione M., Vione D., Minero C., Maurino V. Influence of nitrogen speciation on the TDN measurement in fresh waters by high temperature catalytic oxidation and persulfate digestion. In: International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry, vol. 96 (5) pp. 474 - 489. Taylor & Francis, 2016.     
58Mirabile M., Bretzel F., Gaetani M., Lulli F., Volterrani M. Improving aesthetic and diversity of bermudagrass lawn in its dormancy period. In: Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, vol. 18 (1) pp. 190 - 197. Elsevier, 2016.     
59Modica M., Colangelo P., Hallgass A., Barco A., Oliverio M. Cryptic diversity in a chirally variable land snail. In: Italian Journal of Zoology, vol. 83 (3) pp. 351 - 363. Taylor & Francis, 2016.     
60Mora-Ravelo S. G., Masciandaro G., Peruzzi E., Ceccanti B., Macci C., Doni S. Closing in organic waste water treatment with using sludge fitomineralization Phragmites australis. In: Acta Universitaria, vol. 26 (5) pp. 18 - 23. Universidad de Guanajuato, 2016.     
61Morabito G. Phytoplankton assemblages in Lake Orta: has functional structure recovered in one of the largest acidic lakes in the world?. In: Journal of Limnology, vol. 75 (2s) pp. 142 - 152. PagePress, 2016.        
62Morroni G., Di Cesare A., Di Sante L., Brenciani A., Vignaroli C., Pasquaroli S., Giovanetti E., Sabatino R., Rossi L., Magnani M., Biavasco F. Enterococcus faecium ST17 from coastal marine sediment carrying transferable multidrug resistance plasmids. In: Microbial Drug Resistance-Mechanisms Epidemiology and Disease, vol. 22 (7) pp. 523 - 530. Mary Ann Liebert, Inc, 2016.     
63Mota R., Rossi F., Andrenelli L., Bernardes Pereira S., De Philippis R., Tamagnini P. Released polysaccharides (RPS) from Cyanothece sp. CCY 0110 as biosorbent for heavy metals bioremediation: interactions between metals and RPS binding sites. In: Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, vol. 100 (17) pp. 7765 - 7775. Springer, 2016.  
64Muzziotti D., Adessi A., Faraloni C., Torzillo G., De Philippis R. H2 production in Rhodopseudomonas palustris as a way to cope with high light intensities. In: Research in Microbiology, vol. 167 (5) pp. 350 - 356. Elsevier, 2016.     
65Padovani G., Vaiciulyte S., Carlozzi P. BioH2 photoproduction by means of Rhodopseudomonas palustris sp. cultured in a lab-scale photobioreactor operated in batch, fed-batch and semi-continuous modes. In: Fuel, vol. 166 pp. 203 - 210. Elsevier, 2016.  
66Papakostas S., Michaloudi E., Proios K., Brehm M., Verhage L., Rota J., Pena C., Stamou G., Pritchard V., Fontaneto D., Declerck S. Integrative taxonomy recognizes evolutionary units despite widespread mitonuclear discordance: evidence from a rotifer cryptic species complex. In: Systematic Biology, vol. 65 (3) pp. 508 - 524. Oxford University Press, 2016.        
67Petersen H. C. B., Gonzalez B. C., Martinez A., Worsaae K. New species of Pisionidens (Sigalionidae, Annelida) from Akumal, México. In: Zootaxa, vol. 4136 (1) pp. 165 - 173. Magnolia Press, 2016.     
68Petrozzi F., Amori G., Franco D., Gaubert P., Pacini N., Eniang E. A., Akani G., Luiselli L. Ecology of the bushmeat trade in west and central Africa. In: Tropical Ecology, vol. 57 (3) pp. 545 - 557. International Society for Tropical Ecology, 2016.  
69Piscia R., Yan N., Manca M. Mechanisms underlying recovery of zooplankton in Lake Orta after liming. In: Journal of Limnology, vol. 75 (2) pp. 15 - 21. PagePress, 2016.        
70Piscia R., Tabozzi S., Bettinetti R., Nevalainen L., Manca M. Unexpected increases in rotifer resting egg abundances during the period of contamination of Lake Orta. In: Journal of Limnology, vol. 75 (2s) pp. 76 - 85. PagePress, 2016.        
71Riccardi N., Froufe E., Lopes-Lima M., Mazzoli C. When and how? Freshwater mussel recolonization in Lake Orta. In: Journal of Limnology, vol. 75 (2s) pp. 120 - 130. PagePress, 2016.        
72Rogora M., Kamburska L., Mosello R., Tartari G. Lake Orta chemical status 25 years after liming: problems solved and emerging critical issues. In: Journal of Limnology, vol. 75 (2s) pp. 93 - 106. PagePress, 2016.        
73Rogora M., Colombo L., Marchetto A., Mosello R., Steingruber S. Temporal and spatial patterns in the chemistry of wet deposition in Southern Alps. In: Atmospheric Environment, vol. 146 pp. 44 - 54. Elsevier, 2016.     
74Saidi H., Dresti C., Ciampittiello M. Fluctuations of Lake Orta water levels: preliminary analyses. In: Journal of Limnology, vol. 75 (2s) pp. 86 - 92. PagePress, 2016.        
75Salerno F., Rogora M., Balestrini R., Lami A., Tartari G. A., Thakuri S., Godone D., Freppaz M., Tartari G. Glacier melting increases the solute concentrations of Himalayan glacial lakes. In: Environmental Sicence & Technology, vol. 50 pp. 9150 - 9160. ACS Publications, 2016.     
76Segers 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: Zootaxa, vol. 4066 pp. 81 - 82. Magnolia Press, 2016.        
77Serra M. N., García M. L., Maidana N., Villarosa G., Lami A., Massaferro J. Little ice age to present paleoenvironmental reconstruction based on multiproxy analyses from Nahuel Huapi Lake (Patagonia, Argentina). In: Ameghiniana, vol. 53 (1) pp. 58 - 73. Asociación Paleontológica Argentina, 2016.     
78Sommer S., Piscia R., Manca M., Fontaneto D., Ozgul A. Demographic cost and mechanisms of adaptation to environmental stress in resurrected Daphnia. In: Journal of Limnology, vol. 75 (2s) pp. 30 - 35. PagePress, 2016.        
79Sommer S., Nandini S., Sarma S. S., Ozgul A., Fontaneto D. Rotifers in Lake Orta: a potential ecological and evolutionary model system. In: Journal of Limnology, vol. 75 (2s) pp. 67 - 75. PagePress, 2016.        
80Ssekandi W., Mulumba J. W., Colangelo P., Nankya R., Fadda C., Karungi J., Otim M., De Santis P., Jarvis D. I. The use of common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) traditional varieties and their mixtures with commercial varieties to manage bean fly (Ophiomyia spp.) infestations in Uganda. In: Journal of Pest Science, vol. 89 (1) pp. 45 - 57. Cross Mark, 2016.     
81Stefani F., Salerno F., Copetti D., Rabuffetti D., Guidetti L., Torri G., Naggi A., Iacomini M., Morabito G., Guzzella L. Endogenous origin of foams in lakes: a long-term analysis for Lake Maggiore (northern Italy). In: Hydrobiologia, vol. 767 (1) pp. 249 - 265. Springer, 2016.     
82Stoch F., Fiasca B., Di Lorenzo T., Porfirio S., Petitta M., Galassi D. M. Exploring copepod distribution patterns at three nested spatial scales in a spring system: habitat partitioning and potential for hydrological bioindication. In: Journal of Limnology, vol. 75 (1) pp. 1 - 13. PagePress, 2016.        
83Touloupakis E., Cicchi B., Silva Benavides A. M., Torzillo G. Effect of high pH on growth of Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803 cultures and their contamination by golden algae (Poterioochromonas sp.). In: Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, vol. 100 pp. 1333 - 1341. Springer, 2016.     
84Touloupakis E., Silva Benavides A. M., Cicchi B., Torzillo G. Growth and hydrogen production of outdoor cultures of Synechocystis PCC 6803. In: Algal Research, vol. 18 pp. 78 - 85. Elsevier, 2016.     
85Touloupakis E., Rontogiannis G., Silva Benavides A. M., Cicchi B., Ghanotakis D. F., Torzillo G. Hydrogen production by immobilized Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803. In: International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, vol. 41 (34) pp. 15181 - 15186. Elsevier, 2016.     
86Viana D. S., Figuerola J., Schwenk K., Manca M., Hobaek A., Mjelde M., Preston C. D., Gornall R. J., Croft J. M., King A. R., Green A. J., Santamaría L. Assembly mechanisms determining high species turnover in aquatic communities over regional and continental scales. In: Ecography, vol. 39 pp. 281 - 288. Wiley online Library, 2016.     
87Vignati D., Bettinetti R., Marchetto A. Long-term persistence of sedimentary copper contamination in Lake Orta: potential environmental risks 20 years after liming. In: Journal of Limnology, vol. 75 (2s) pp. 107 - 119. PagePress, 2016.           
88Volta P., Calderoni A. In memory of Ettore Grimaldi. In: Journal of Limnology, vol. 75 (2s) pp. c - d. PagePress, 2016.        
89Volta P., Yan N., Gunn J. M. Past, present and future of the fish community of Lake Orta (Italy), one of the world's largest acidified lakes. In: Journal of Limnology, vol. 75 (2s) pp. 131 - 141. PagePress, 2016.        
90Yan N., Bailey J., McGeer J. C., Manca M., Keller W. (., Celis-Salgado M. P., Gunn J. M. Arrive, survive and thrive: essential stages in the re-colonization and recovery of zooplankton in urban lakes in Sudbury, Canada. In: Journal of Limnology, vol. 75 (2s) pp. 4 - 14. PagePress, 2016.