Angelo Rita
Angelo Rita
School of Agricultural, Forestry, Food and Environmental Science, University of Basilicata, Italy
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Biochar as plant growth promoter: better off alone or mixed with organic amendments?
G Bonanomi, F Ippolito, G Cesarano, B Nanni, N Lombardi, A Rita, ...
Frontiers in Plant Science 8, 1570, 2017
Functional adjustments of xylem anatomy to climatic variability: insights from long-term Ilex aquifolium tree-ring series
A Rita, P Cherubini, S Leonardi, L Todaro, M Borghetti
Tree physiology 35 (8), 817-828, 2015
Thermal treatment modifies the calorific value and ash content in some wood species
L Todaro, A Rita, P Cetera, M D˘Auria
Fuel 140, 1-3, 2015
Long-term temporal relationships between environmental conditions and xylem functional traits: a meta-analysis across a range of woody species along climatic and nitrogen …
M Borghetti, T Gentilesca, S Leonardi, T van Noije, A Rita
Tree Physiol, 2016
Effects of a large-scale late spring frost on a beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) dominated Mediterranean mountain forest derived from the spatio-temporal variations of NDVI
A Nolè, A Rita, AMS Ferrara, M Borghetti
Annals of forest science 75 (3), 1-11, 2018
Differential climate-growth relationships in Abies alba Mill. and Fagus sylvatica L. in Mediterranean mountain forests
A Rita, T Gentilesca, F Ripullone, L Todaro, M Borghetti
Dendrochronologia 32 (3), 220-229, 2014
The sensitivity of the forest carbon budget shifts across processes along with stand development and climate change
A Collalti, PE Thornton, A Cescatti, A Rita, M Borghetti, A Nolè, C Trotta, ...
Ecological Applications 29 (2), e01837, 2019
Interpreting the climatic effects on xylem functional traits in two Mediterranean Oak species: the role of extreme climatic events
A Rita, M Borghetti, L Todaro, A Saracino
Frontiers in plant science 7, 1126, 2016
Canopy damage by spring frost in European beech along the Apennines: effect of latitude, altitude and aspect
E Allevato, L Saulino, G Cesarano, GB Chirico, G D'Urso, SF Bolognesi, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 225, 431-440, 2019
Anthropogenic and environmental factors affect the tree line position of Fagus sylvatica along the Apennines (Italy)
G Bonanomi, A Rita, E Allevato, G Cesarano, L Saulino, G Di Pasquale, ...
Journal of Biogeography 45 (11), 2595-2608, 2018
The impact of drought spells on forests depends on site conditions: The case of 2017 summer heat wave in southern Europe
A Rita, JJ Camarero, A Nolè, M Borghetti, M Brunetti, N Pergola, C Serio, ...
Global change biology 26 (2), 851-863, 2020
Nitrogen deposition outweighs climatic variability in driving annual growth rate of canopy beech trees: Evidence from long‐term growth reconstruction across a geographic gradient
T Gentilesca, A Rita, M Brunetti, F Giammarchi, S Leonardi, F Magnani, ...
Global change biology 24 (7), 2898-2912, 2018
Hydrodynamic behaviour of European black poplar (Populus nigra L.) under coppice management along Mediterranean river ecosystems
V Pasquino, L Saulino, A Pelosi, E Allevato, A Rita, L Todaro, A Saracino, ...
River Research and Applications 34 (6), 586-594, 2018
Spatio‐temporal patterns of tree growth as related to carbon isotope fractionation in European forests under changing climate
TA Shestakova, J Voltas, M Saurer, F Berninger, J Esper, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 28 (9), 1295-1309, 2019
Assessment of thermo-treated bonded wood performance: comparisons among Norway Spruce, Common Ash, and Turkey Oak
L Todaro, A Rita, N Moretti, I Cuccui, A Pellerano
BioResources 10 (1), 772-781, 2015
Influence of thermo-vacuum treatment on thermal degradation of various wood species
L Todaro, A Rita, R Pucciariello, M Mecca, S Hiziroglu
European Journal of Wood and Wood Products 76 (2), 541-547, 2018
Compositions of compounds extracted from thermo-treated wood using solvents of different polarities
T Lovaglio, M D˘Auria, A Rita, L Todaro
iForest-Biogeosciences and Forestry 10 (5), 824, 2017
Behavior of pubescent oak (Quercus pubescens Willd.) wood to different thermal treatments
L Todaro, A Rita, F Negro, N Moretti, A Saracino, R Zanuttini
iForest-Biogeosciences and Forestry 8 (6), 748, 2015
Detecting Burn Severity across Mediterranean Forest Types by Coupling Medium-Spatial Resolution Satellite Imagery and Field Data
L Saulino, A Rita, A Migliozzi, C Maffei, E Allevato, AP Garonna, ...
Remote Sensing 12 (4), 741, 2020
Apical dominance ratio as an indicator of the growth conditions favouring Abies alba natural regeneration under Mediterranean environment
F Ripullone, T Gentilesca, M Lauteri, A Rita, AR Rivelli, A Schettino, ...
European Journal of Forest Research 135 (2), 377-387, 2016
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