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  • Anabella Covazzi Harriague, Marco Di Brino, Massimiliano Zampini, Giancarlo Albertelli, Carla Pruzzo, Cristina Misic
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Marine pollution bulletin
  • 2008 (First Published: 1 March 2008)
  • In the marine environment, vibrios adhere to a number of substrates including chitin-rich organisms such as crustaceans. Their wide diffusion in coastal waters and pathogenic potential requireContinue Reading
  • Cristina Misic, Anabella Covazzi Harriague, Francesca Trielli
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The Science of the total environment
  • 2011 (First Published: 1 April 2011)
  • The beaches are sites where the human influence may be strong and the beach ecosystems have often shown a high sensibility to environmental alterations. These zones may be affected by a large seriesContinue Reading
  • Cristina Misic, Michela Castellano, Anabella Covazzi Harriague
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Marine environmental research
  • 2011 (First Published: 1 July 2011)
  • Organic matter (OM) features, degradation and remineralisation were studied in the seawater of a natural coastal site (Marine Protected Area of Portofino) and at an urbanised coastal site (Quarto,Continue Reading
  • Cristina Misic, Luigi Gaozza, Mario Petrillo, Anabella Covazzi Harriague
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Marine environmental research
  • 2016 (First Published: 1 September 2016)
  • The organic allochthonous material input in the benthic system of a NW Mediterranean shelf area was studied using a three-pronged approach, focusing firstly on the evaluation of the sedimentaryContinue Reading
  • Cristina Misic, Anabella Covazzi Harriague
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Marine environmental research
  • 2013 (First Published: 1 June 2013)
  • The beaches of Liguria have been intensively affected by human activities for over a century, transforming nearly the entire coastline from natural to urbanised and significantly upsetting beachContinue Reading