Giovanni Amori
Giovanni Amori
Senior Researcher CNR
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The atlas of European mammals
AJ Mitchell-Jones, G Amori, W Bogdanowicz, B Krystufek, PJH Reijnders, ...
Academic Press, 1999
The status of the world's land and marine mammals: diversity, threat, and knowledge
J Schipper, JS Chanson, F Chiozza, NA Cox, M Hoffmann, V Katariya, ...
Science 322 (5899), 225-230, 2008
The impact of conservation on the status of the world’s vertebrates
M Hoffmann, C Hilton-Taylor, A Angulo, M B÷hm, TM Brooks, ...
science 330 (6010), 1503-1509, 2010
Molecular phylogeny of the speciose vole genus Microtus (Arvicolinae, Rodentia) inferred from mitochondrial DNA sequences
M Jaarola, N MartÝnkovß, İ GŘndŘz, C Brunhoff, J Zima, A Nadachowski, ...
Molecular Phylogenetics and evolution 33 (3), 647-663, 2004
Are snake populations in widespread decline?
CJ Reading, LM Luiselli, GC Akani, X Bonnet, G Amori, JM Ballouard, ...
Biology letters 6 (6), 777-780, 2010
Global habitat suitability models of terrestrial mammals
C Rondinini, M Di Marco, F Chiozza, G Santulli, D Baisero, P Visconti, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 366á…, 2011
The role of habitat quality in fragmented landscapes: a conceptual overview and prospectus for future research
A Mortelliti, G Amori, L Boitani
Oecologia 163 (2), 535-547, 2010
Independent effects of habitat loss, habitat fragmentation and structural connectivity on the distribution of two arboreal rodents
A Mortelliti, G Amori, D Capizzi, C Cervone, S Fagiani, B Pollini, L Boitani
Journal of Applied Ecology 48 (1), 153-162, 2011
Molecular phylogeography of European Sciurus vulgaris: refuge within refugia?
A Grill, G Amori, G Aloise, I Lisi, G Tosi, LA Wauters, E Randi
Molecular Ecology 18 (12), 2687-2699, 2009
On how much biodiversity is covered in Europe by national protected areas and by the Natura 2000 network: insights from terrestrial vertebrates
L Maiorano, G Amori, A Montemaggiori, C Rondinini, L Santini, S Saura, ...
Conservation Biology 29 (4), 986-995, 2015
What do mammalogists want to save? Ten years of mammalian conservation biology
G Amori, S Gippoliti
Biodiversity & Conservation 9 (6), 785-793, 2000
Experimental design and taxonomic scope of fragmentation studies on European mammals: current status and future priorities
A Mortelliti, G Amori, D Capizzi, C Rondinini, L Boitani
Mammal Review 40 (2), 125-154, 2010
Checklist delle specie della fauna italiana: Vertebrata/di Giovanni Amori...
G Amori
Calderini, 1993
Threats from climate change to terrestrial vertebrate hotspots in Europe
L Maiorano, G Amori, M Capula, A Falcucci, M Masi, A Montemaggiori, ...
PloS one 8 (9), e74989, 2013
Mammalia II: Erinaceomorpha, Soricomorpha, Lagomorpha, Rodentia
G Amori, L Contoli, A Nappi
Calderini, 2008
Interactions between anthropogenic litter and birds: a global review with a ‘black-list’of species
C Battisti, E Staffieri, G Poeta, A Sorace, L Luiselli, G Amori
Marine pollution bulletin 138, 93-114, 2019
Sui Roditori (Gliridae, Arvicolidae, Muridae) dell’Italia peninsulare ed insulare in rapporto all’ambiente bioclimatico mediterraneo
G Amori, M Cristaldi, L Contoli
Animalia 11 (1984), 217-269, 1986
A higher-taxon approach to rodent conservation priorities for the 21st century
G Amori, S Gippoliti
Animal Biodiversity and Conservation 26 (2), 1-18, 2003
Fauna d’Italia, Mammalia II: Erinaceomorpha, Soricomorpha, Lagomorpha, Rodentia
G Amori, L Contoli, A Nappi
Edizioni Calderini, Bologna, Italia, 2008
The problem of subspecies and biased taxonomy in conservation lists: the case of mammals
S Gippoliti, G Amori
FOLIA ZOOLOGICA-PRAHA- 56 (2), 113, 2007
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