Rocco Tiberti
Rocco Tiberti
DiBEST - Università della Calabria
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The use of invertebrates as indicators of environmental change in alpine rivers and lakes
K Khamis, DM Hannah, LE Brown, R Tiberti, AM Milner
Science of the Total Environment 493, 1242-1254, 2014
Ecological impact of introduced fish in high altitude lakes: a case of study from the European Alps
R Tiberti, A Von Hardenberg, G Bogliani
Hydrobiologia 724, 1-19, 2014
Why should we preserve fishless high mountain lakes?
M Ventura, R Tiberti, T Buchaca, D Buñay, I Sabás, A Miró
High mountain conservation in a changing world, 181-205, 2017
Impact of introduced fish on common frog (Rana temporaria) close to its altitudinal limit in alpine lakes
R Tiberti, A von Hardenberg
Amphibia-Reptilia 33 (2), 303-307, 2012
Recovery of high mountain Alpine lakes after the eradication of introduced brook trout Salvelinus fontinalis using non-chemical methods
R Tiberti, G Bogliani, S Brighenti, R Iacobuzio, R Liautaud, M Rolla
Biological Invasions 21, 875-894, 2019
A model for high-altitude alpine lake ecosystems and the effect of introduced fish
U Magnea, R Sciascia, F Paparella, R Tiberti, A Provenzale
Ecological modelling 251, 211-220, 2013
Geomorphology and hydrochemistry of 12 Alpine lakes in the Gran Paradiso National Park, Italy
R Tiberti, GA Tartari, A Marchetto
Journal of Limnology 69 (2), 242-256, 2010
First report of freshwater leech Helobdella stagnalis (Rhyncobdellida: Glossiphoniidae) as a parasite of an anuran amphibian
R Tiberti, A Gentilli
Acta Herpetologica, 2010
Scientists' warning of threats to mountains
DS Schmeller, D Urbach, K Bates, J Catalan, D Cogălniceanu, MC Fisher, ...
Science of the Total Environment 853, 158611, 2022
The diet of introduced brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis; Mitchill, 1814) in an alpine area and a literature review on its feeding ecology
R Tiberti, S Brighenti, C Canedoli, R Iacobuzio, G Pasquini, M Rolla
Journal of Limnology 75 (3), 488-507, 2016
Food web complexity of high mountain lakes is largely affected by glacial retreat
R Tiberti, F Buscaglia, C Callieri, M Rogora, G Tartari, R Sommaruga
Ecosystems 23, 1093-1106, 2020
Morphology and ecology of Daphnia middendorffiana, Fisher 1851 (Crustacea, Daphniidae) from four new populations in the Alps
R Tiberti
Journal of Limnology 70 (2), 239, 2011
Does the fish presence influence the diurnal vertical distribution of zooplankton in high transparency lakes?
R Tiberti, R Iacobuzio
Hydrobiologia 709, 27-39, 2013
A dark shell hiding great variability: a molecular insight into the evolution and conservation of melanic Daphnia populations in the Alps
A Bellati, R Tiberti, W Cocca, A Galimberti, M Casiraghi, G Bogliani, ...
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 171 (4), 697-715, 2014
Ecological dynamics of two remote Alpine lakes during ice-free season
R Tiberti, S Metta, M Austoni, C Callieri, M Giuseppe, M Aldo, M Rogora, ...
Journal of Limnology 72 (3), 2013
Mountain lakes of Mont Avic Natural Park: Ecological features and conservation issues
R Tiberti, F Buscaglia, M Armodi, C Callieri, F Ribelli, M Rogora, G Tartari, ...
Journal of Limnology 79 (1), 2020
Spatial distribution of introduced brook trout Salvelinus fontinalis (Salmonidae) within alpine lakes: evidences from a fish eradication campaign
R Tiberti, L Nelli, S Brighenti, R Iacobuzio, M Rolla
The European Zoological Journal 84 (1), 73-88, 2017
Ecological impact of transhumance on the trophic state of alpine lakes in Gran Paradiso National Park
R Tiberti, M Rogora, G Tartari, C Callieri
Knowledge and Management of Aquatic Ecosystems, 05, 2014
Management of a highly unlikely native fish: The case of arctic charr Salvelinus alpinus from the Southern Alps
R Tiberti, A Splendiani
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 29 (2), 312-320, 2019
The upward elevational shifts of pond breeding amphibians following climate warming
R Tiberti, M Mangiacotti, R Bennati
Biological Conservation 253, 108911, 2021
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