Marta Carboni
Marta Carboni
Researcher, Department of Sciences, University of Rome TRE, Italy
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צוטט על ידי
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The changing role of ornamental horticulture in alien plant invasions
M van Kleunen, F Essl, J Pergl, G Brundu, M Carboni, S Dullinger, R Early, ...
Biological Reviews, 2018
Assessing conservation status on coastal dunes: a multiscale approach
M Carboni, ML Carranza, A Acosta
Landscape and urban planning 91 (1), 17-25, 2009
Effects of trampling limitation on coastal dune plant communities
R Santoro, T Jucker, I Prisco, M Carboni, C Battisti, ATR Acosta
Environmental management 49 (3), 534-542, 2012
Environmental factors influencing coastal vegetation pattern: New insights from the Mediterranean Basin
G Fenu, M Carboni, ATR Acosta, G Bacchetta
Folia Geobotanica, 1-16, 2013
The community ecology of invasive species: where are we and what's next?
L Gallien, M Carboni
Ecography 40 (2), 335-352, 2017
Dealing with scarce data to understand how environmental gradients and propagule pressure shape fine‐scale alien distribution patterns on coastal dunes
M Carboni, R Santoro, ATR Acosta
Journal of Vegetation Science 22 (5), 751-765, 2011
Integrating invasive species policies across ornamental horticulture supply chains to prevent plant invasions
PE Hulme, G Brundu, M Carboni, K Dehnen‐Schmutz, S Dullinger, ...
Journal of applied ecology 55 (1), 92-98, 2018
What it takes to invade grassland ecosystems: Traits, introduction history and filtering processes
M Carboni, T Münkemüller, S Lavergne, P Choler, B Borgy, C Violle, ...
Ecology letters 19 (3), 219-229, 2016
Are some communities of the coastal dune zonation more susceptible to alien plant invasion?
M Carboni, R Santoro, ATR Acosta
Journal of Plant Ecology 3 (2), 139-147, 2010
Disentangling the relative effects of environmental versus human factors on the abundance of native and alien plant species in Mediterranean sandy shores
M Carboni, W Thuiller, F Izzi, A Acosta
Diversity and Distributions 16 (4), 537-546, 2010
Patterns of plant community assembly in invaded and non‐invaded communities along a natural environmental gradient
R Santoro, T Jucker, M Carboni, ATR Acosta
Journal of Vegetation Science 23 (3), 483-494, 2012
Darwin's naturalization hypothesis: scale matters in coastal plant communities
M Carboni, T Münkemüller, L Gallien, S Lavergne, A Acosta, W Thuiller
Ecography 36, 560–568, 2013
Landscape‐scale patterns of alien plant species on coastal dunes: the case of iceplant in central Italy
ML Carranza, M Carboni, S Feola, ATR Acosta
Applied Vegetation Science 13 (2), 135-145, 2010
Landscape fragmentation, land-use legacy and propagule pressure promote plant invasion on coastal dunes: a patch-based approach
M Malavasi, M Carboni, M Cutini, ML Carranza, ATR Acosta
Landscape Ecology 29 (9), 1541-1550, 2014
Focal species diversity patterns can provide diagnostic information on plant invasions
R Santoro, M Carboni, ML Carranza, ATR Acosta
Journal for Nature Conservation 20 (2), 85-91, 2012
Going beyond taxonomic diversity: deconstructing biodiversity patterns reveals the true cost of iceplant invasion
T Jucker, M Carboni, ATR Acosta
Diversity and Distributions 19 (12), 1566-1577, 2013
Are differences in functional diversity among plant communities on Mediterranean coastal dunes driven by their phylogenetic history?
M Carboni, ATR Acosta, C Ricotta
Journal of Vegetation Science 24 (5), 932-941, 2013
Simulating plant invasion dynamics in mountain ecosystems under global change scenarios
M Carboni, M Guéguen, C Barros, D Georges, I Boulangeat, R Douzet, ...
Global Change Biology 24, e289–e302, 2018
Environmental gradients and micro‐heterogeneity shape fine‐scale plant community assembly on coastal dunes
L Conti, F de Bello, J Lepš, ATR Acosta, M Carboni
Journal of Vegetation Science 28 (4), 762-773, 2017
The fate of threatened coastal dune habitats in Italy under climate change scenarios
I Prisco, M Carboni, ATR Acosta
PlosOne 8 (7), e68850, 2013
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