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Fiorenza De Bernardi

Researcher at University of Milan

Publications -  67
Citations -  21531

Fiorenza De Bernardi is an academic researcher from University of Milan. The author has contributed to research in topics: Species distribution & Salamandra. The author has an hindex of 27, co-authored 67 publications receiving 19955 citations. Previous affiliations of Fiorenza De Bernardi include University of Palermo & University of Calabria.

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The calculation of small molecular interactions by the differences of separate total energies. Some procedures with reduced errors

TL;DR: In this paper, a direct difference method for the computation of molecular interactions has been based on a bivariational transcorrelated treatment, together with special methods for the balancing of other errors.
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Amphibians in a human-dominated landscape: the community structure is related to habitat features and isolation

TL;DR: The system shows strong nestedness: amphibian persistence depends on the contemporary effects of species adaptability and mobility, and the richest communities live in fish-free, sunny wetlands near to occupied wetlands.
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Influence of landscape elements in riparian buffers on the conservation of semiaquatic amphibians.

TL;DR: Analysis of landscape elements in concentric buffers to evaluate the scale at which they influence stream amphibians in 77 distinct landscapes found the presence of amphibians was related to roads and the hydrographic network at larger spatial scales, which suggests that wider buffers are needed with these elements.
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Trade-off between larval development rate and post-metamorphic traits in the frog Rana latastei

TL;DR: A fast intrinsic development rate may not always be positively related to lifetime fitness, since delayed effects of larval development persist also across life history stages.
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Early assessment of the impact of alien species: differential consequences of an invasive crayfish on adult and larval amphibians

TL;DR: This work evaluated relationships between the alien crayfish, Procambarus clarkii, the distribution of native amphibians, and the abundance of their larvae to assess whether considering measures of reproductive success provide a more prompt measure of impact than considering just species distribution.