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Publications by author Amici:V.
 

Gully head modelling: a Mediterranean badland case study

  
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms (11 May 2018), https://doi.org/10.1002/esp.4414

Abstract

Predicting the location of gully heads in various environments is an important step towards predicting gully erosion rates. So far, field data collection and modelling of topographic thresholds for gully head development has mainly focussed on gullies that formed in forested areas, rangelands, pastures and cropland. Such information for gullies in badlands however is very scarce. Therefore, this paper aims to extend the database on gully head topographical thresholds through data collection in a badland area and to improve the prediction ...

 

Landscape structure effects on forest plant diversity at local scale: Exploring the role of spatial extent

  
Ecological Complexity, Vol. 21 (March 2015), pp. 44-52, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecocom.2014.12.004

Abstract

[Highlights] [::] Landscape structure effects on plant diversity were assessed at different scales. [::] Multiple regression models and variance partitioning techniques were applied. [::] The predictive power of the model increases with increasing extent. [::] Landscape structure explains a large part of variance in forest specialist species. [::] The medium extent combines high variance explained and the low collinearity. [Abstract] Since landscape attributes show different patterns at different spatial extents, it is fundamental to identify how the relation between landscape structure and plant species diversity at local scale ...

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