Fabio Bulleri
Fabio Bulleri
Dipartimento di Biologia, UniversitÓ di Pisa
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The introduction of coastal infrastructure as a driver of change in marine environments
F Bulleri, MG Chapman
Journal of Applied Ecology 47 (1), 26-35, 2010
Marine reserves: size and age do matter
J Claudet, CW Osenberg, L Benedetti‐Cecchi, P Domenici, ...
Ecology letters 11 (5), 481-489, 2008
Predicting the consequences of anthropogenic disturbance: large-scale effects of loss of canopy algae on rocky shores
L Benedetti-Cecchi, F Pannacciulli, F Bulleri, PS Moschella, L Airoldi, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 214, 137-150, 2001
Artificial marine structures facilitate the spread of a non‐indigenous green alga, Codium fragile ssp. tomentosoides, in the north Adriatic Sea
F Bulleri, L Airoldi
Journal of applied ecology 42 (6), 1063-1072, 2005
Low-crested coastal defence structures as artificial habitats for marine life: using ecological criteria in design
PS Moschella, M Abbiati, P ┼berg, L Airoldi, JM Anderson, F Bacchiocchi, ...
Coastal Engineering 52 (10-11), 1053-1071, 2005
Intertidal seawalls—new features of landscape in intertidal environments
MG Chapman, F Bulleri
Landscape and urban planning 62 (3), 159-172, 2003
Intertidal assemblages on artificial and natural habitats in marinas on the north-west coast of Italy
F Bulleri, MG Chapman
Marine biology 145, 381-391, 2004
The influence of canopy algae on vertical patterns of distribution of low-shore assemblages on rocky coasts in the northwest Mediterranean
F Bulleri, L Benedetti-Cecchi, S Acunto, F Cinelli, SJ Hawkins
Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology 267 (1), 89-106, 2002
Grazing by the sea urchins Arbacia lixula L. and Paracentrotus lividus Lam. in the Northwest Mediterranean
F Bulleri, L Benedetti-Cecchi, F Cinelli
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 241 (1), 81-95, 1999
Anthropogenic disturbance can determine the magnitude of opportunistic species responses on marine urban infrastructures
L Airoldi, F Bulleri
PLoS One 6 (8), e22985, 2011
Facilitation and the niche: implications for coexistence, range shifts and ecosystem functioning
F Bulleri, JF Bruno, BR Silliman, JJ Stachowicz
Functional Ecology 30 (1), 70-78, 2016
Beyond competition: incorporating positive interactions between species to predict ecosystem invasibility
F Bulleri, JF Bruno, L Benedetti-Cecchi
PLoS biology 6 (6), e162, 2008
Intertidal assemblages on seawalls and vertical rocky shores in Sydney Harbour, Australia
F Bulleri, MG Chapman, AJ Underwood
Austral Ecology 30 (6), 655-667, 2005
The seaweed Caulerpa racemosa on Mediterranean rocky reefs: from passenger to driver of ecological change
F Bulleri, D Balata, I Bertocci, L Tamburello, L Benedetti-Cecchi
Ecology 91 (8), 2205-2212, 2010
Hard coastal-defence structures as habitats for native and exotic rocky-bottom species
S Vaselli, F Bulleri, L Benedetti-Cecchi
Marine Environmental Research 66 (4), 395-403, 2008
The interplay of physical and biological factors in maintaining mid-shore and low-shore assemblages on rocky coasts in the north-west Mediterranean
L Benedetti-Cecchi, F Bulleri, F Cinelli
Oecologia 123 (3), 406-417, 2000
Role of recruitment in causing differences between intertidal assemblages on seawalls and rocky shores
F Bulleri
Marine Ecology Progress Series 287, 53-65, 2005
Density dependent foraging of sea urchins in shallow subtidal reefs on the west coast of Italy (western Mediterranean)
L Benedetti-Cecchi, F Bulleri, F Cinelli
Marine Ecology Progress Series 163, 203-211, 1998
Commonness and rarity in the marine biosphere
SR Connolly, MA MacNeil, MJ Caley, N Knowlton, E Cripps, M Hisano, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (23), 8524-8529, 2014
Harnessing positive species interactions as a tool against climate-driven loss of coastal biodiversity
F Bulleri, BK Eriksson, A Queirˇs, L Airoldi, F Arenas, C Arvanitidis, ...
PLoS biology 16 (9), e2006852, 2018
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