Antonio Mazzola
Antonio Mazzola
Full Professor of Ecology, DiSTeM Universitą di Palermo, CoNISMa
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Seasonal variations in the stable carbon and nitrogen isotope ratios (13C/12C and 15N/14N) of primary producers and consumers in a western Mediterranean …
S Vizzini, A Mazzola
Marine Biology 142, 1009-1018, 2003
Microbial and meiofaunal response to intensive mussel-farm biodeposition in coastal sediments of the western Mediterranean
S Mirto, R Danovaro, A Mazzola
Marine Pollution Bulletin 40 (3), 244-252, 2000
Effects of fish farming waste to sedimentary and particulate organic matter in a southern Mediterranean area (Gulf of Castellammare, Sicily): a multiple stable isotope study …
G Sarą, D Scilipoti, A Mazzola, A Modica
Aquaculture 234 (1-4), 199-213, 2004
The role and contribution of the seagrass Posidonia oceanica (L.) Delile organic matter for secondary consumers as revealed by carbon and nitrogen stable isotope analysis
S Vizzini, G Sara, RH Michener, A Mazzola
Acta Oecologica 23 (4), 277-285, 2002
Fish-farming effects on benthic community structure in coastal sediments: analysis of meiofaunal recovery
A Mazzola, S Mirto, TI La Rosa, M Fabiano, R Danovaro
ICES Journal of Marine Science 57 (5), 1454-1461, 2000
Nematode community response to fish-farm impact in the western Mediterranean
S Mirto, T La Rosa, C Gambi, R Danovaro, A Mazzola
Environmental Pollution 116 (2), 203-214, 2002
Differential responses of benthic microbes and meiofauna to fish-farm disturbance in coastal sediments
T La Rosa, S Mirto, A Mazzola, R Danovaro
Environmental Pollution 112 (3), 427-434, 2001
Impact on the water column biogeochemistry of a Mediterranean mussel and fish farm
T La Rosa, S Mirto, E Favaloro, B Savona, G Sarą, R Danovaro, ...
Water Research 36 (3), 713-721, 2002
Initial fish-farm impact on meiofaunal assemblages in coastal sediments of the Western Mediterranean
A Mazzola, S Mirto, R Danovaro
Marine Pollution Bulletin 38 (12), 1126-1133, 1999
The effect of fish farming organic waste on food availability for bivalve molluscs (Gaeta Gulf, Central Tyrrhenian, MED): stable carbon isotopic analysis
A Mazzola, G Sarą
Aquaculture 192 (2-4), 361-379, 2001
Stable isotope evidence for the environmental impact of a land-based fish farm in the western Mediterranean
S Vizzini, A Mazzola
Marine Pollution Bulletin 49 (1-2), 61-70, 2004
Seasonal and spatial changes in the sediment organic matter of a semi-enclosed marine system (W-Mediterranean Sea)
A Pusceddu, G Sarą, M Armeni, M Fabiano, A Mazzola
Hydrobiologia 397, 59-70, 1999
Cultivation of the Mediterranean amberjack, Seriola dumerili (Risso, 1810), in submerged cages in the Western Mediterranean Sea
A Mazzola, E Favaloro, G Sarą
Aquaculture 181 (3-4), 257-268, 2000
The effects of anthropogenic organic matter inputs on stable carbon and nitrogen isotopes in organisms from different trophic levels in a southern Mediterranean coastal area
S Vizzini, A Mazzola
Science of the Total Environment 368 (2-3), 723-731, 2006
Heterotrophic bacteria community and pollution indicators of mussel—farm impact in the Gulf of Gaeta (Tyrrhenian Sea)
T La Rosa, S Mirto, A Marino, V Alonzo, TL Maugeri, A Mazzola
Marine Environmental Research 52 (4), 301-321, 2001
Sources and transfer of organic matter in food webs of a Mediterranean coastal environment: evidence for spatial variability
S Vizzini, A Mazzola
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 66 (3-4), 459-467, 2006
Spatial variability of stable carbon and nitrogen isotope ratios in a Mediterranean coastal lagoon
S Vizzini, B Savona, TD Chi, A Mazzola
Hydrobiologia 550, 73-82, 2005
Trace element bias in the use of CO2 vents as analogues for low pH environments: Implications for contamination levels in acidified oceans
S Vizzini, R Di Leonardo, V Costa, CD Tramati, F Luzzu, A Mazzola
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 134, 19-30, 2013
Influence of artificial reefs on the surrounding infauna: analysis of meiofauna
R Danovaro, C Gambi, A Mazzola, S Mirto
ICES Journal of Marine Science 59 (suppl), S356-S362, 2002
Diet and habitat use influence Hg and Cd transfer to fish and consequent biomagnification in a highly contaminated area: Augusta Bay (Mediterranean Sea)
G Signa, A Mazzola, CD Tramati, S Vizzini
Environmental Pollution 230, 394-404, 2017
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