Pietro Milanesi
Pietro Milanesi
Department of Biological, Geological and Environmental Sciences, University of Bologna (Italy)
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European breeding bird atlas 2: distribution, abundance and change
V Keller, S Herrando, P VořÝšek, M Franch, M Kipson, P Milanesi, D MartÝ, ...
European Bird Census Council & Lynx Edicions, Barcelona, 2020
Noninvasive sampling and genetic variability, pack structure, and dynamics in an expanding wolf population
R Caniglia, E Fabbri, M Galaverni, P Milanesi, E Randi
Journal of Mammalogy 95 (1), 41-59, 2014
Why do wolves eat livestock?: Factors influencing wolf diet in northern Italy
C Imbert, R Caniglia, E Fabbri, P Milanesi, E Randi, M Serafini, E Torretta, ...
Biological Conservation 195, 156-168, 2016
Changes of wolf (Canis lupus) diet in Italy in relation to the increase of wild ungulate abundance
A Meriggi, A Brangi, L Schenone, D Signorelli, P Milanesi
Ethology Ecology & Evolution 23 (3), 195-210, 2011
Distribution patterns of the cold adapted bumblebee Bombus alpinus in the Alps and hints of an uphill shift (Insecta: Hymenoptera: Apidae)
P Biella, G Bogliani, M Cornalba, A Manino, J Neumayer, M Porporato, ...
Journal of insect conservation 21, 357-366, 2017
One, no one, or one hundred thousand: how many wolves are there currently in Italy?
M Galaverni, R Caniglia, E Fabbri, P Milanesi, E Randi
Mammal Research 61, 13-24, 2016
Wolf predation on livestock in an area of northern Italy and prediction of damage risk
O Dondina, A Meriggi, V Dagradi, M Perversi, P Milanesi
Ethology Ecology & Evolution 27 (2), 200-219, 2015
Selection of wild ungulates by wolves Canis lupus (L. 1758) in an area of the Northern Apennines (North Italy)
P Milanesi, A Meriggi, E Merli
Ethology Ecology & Evolution 24 (1), 81-96, 2012
European human‐dominated landscapes provide ample space for the recolonization of large carnivore populations under future land change scenarios
P Milanesi, FT Breiner, F Puopolo, R Holderegger
Ecography 40 (12), 1359-1368, 2017
Combining climate, land use change and dispersal to predict the distribution of endangered species with limited vagility
F Della Rocca, P Milanesi
Journal of Biogeography 47 (7), 1427-1438, 2020
The occurrence of taeniids of wolves in Liguria (northern Italy)
F Gori, MT Armua-Fernandez, P Milanesi, M Serafini, M Magi, P Deplazes, ...
International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife 4 (2), 252-255, 2015
Unravelling the scientific debate on how to address wolf-dog hybridization in Europe
V Donfrancesco, P Ciucci, V Salvatori, D Benson, LW Andersen, E Bassi, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 175, 2019
Integrating dynamic environmental predictors and species occurrences: Toward true dynamic species distribution models
P Milanesi, F Della Rocca, RA Robinson
Ecology and evolution 10 (2), 1087-1092, 2020
Expert-based versus habitat-suitability models to develop resistance surfaces in landscape genetics
P Milanesi, R Holderegger, R Caniglia, E Fabbri, M Galaverni, E Randi
Oecologia 183, 67-79, 2017
Three‐dimensional habitat structure and landscape genetics: A step forward in estimating functional connectivity
P Milanesi, R Holderegger, K Bollmann, F Gugerli, F Zellweger
Ecology 98 (2), 393-402, 2017
Different habitat suitability models yield different least-cost path distances for landscape genetic analysis
P Milanesi, R Holderegger, R Caniglia, E Fabbri, E Randi
Basic and Applied Ecology 17 (1), 61-71, 2016
Short-term responses of wolf feeding habits to changes of wild and domestic ungulate abundance in Northern Italy
A Meriggi, V Dagradi, O Dondina, M Perversi, P Milanesi, M Lombardini, ...
Ethology Ecology & Evolution 27 (4), 389-411, 2015
The importance of taxonomy in species distribution models at a global scale: the case of an overlooked alien squirrel facing taxonomic revision
E Mori, M Menchetti, R Zozzoli, P Milanesi
Journal of Zoology 307 (1), 43-52, 2019
Range expansion and redefinition of a crop-raiding rodent associated with global warming and temperature increase
E Mori, A Sforzi, G Bogliani, P Milanesi
Climatic Change 150, 319-331, 2018
Observer‐oriented approach improves species distribution models from citizen science data
P Milanesi, E Mori, M Menchetti
Ecology and Evolution 10 (21), 12104-12114, 2020
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