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dalelio domenicoResearcher
Integrative Marine Ecology Department

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e-mail domenico.dalelio(at)szn.it
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Curriculum Vitae

Research interests

Ecology and evolution of marine plankton is my main interest. My scientific production is multidisciplinary and goes from the biology and evolution of aquatic microorganisms to community ecology, with a specific focus on food webs and dynamics of socio-ecological systems. I am involved in several research projects, both basic ones, pertaining to the exploration of the biological complexity of living beings, and applied ones, pertaining to the management of marine resources. Attracted by the interaction between nature and society, I disseminate science by means of science writing and music.

Selected Publications

D’Alelio D, Russo L, Hay Mele B, and Pomati F (2021) Intersecting Ecosystem Services Across the Aquatic Continuum: From Global Change Impacts to Local, and Biologically Driven, Synergies and Trade-Offs. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 9 (2021): 199.

Mele BH, Russo L, Crocetta F, Gambi C, Dell’Anno A, Danovaro R, Guglielmo R, Musco L, Patti FP, Riginella E, Tangherlini M, Ribera d’Alcalà M, D’Alelio D (2020) Ecological assessment of anthropogenic impact in marine ecosystems: the case of Bagnoli Bay. Marine Environmental Research Mar 10:104953. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marenvres.2020.104953

D’Alelio D, Rampone S, Cusano LM, Morfino V, Russo L, Sanseverino N, Cloern JE, Lomas MW (2020) Machine learning identifies a strong association between warming and reduced primary productivity in an oligotrophic ocean gyre. Scientific reports Feb 25;10(1):1-2. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-59989-y

D'Alelio D, Hay Mele B, Libralato S, Ribera d'Alcalà M, Jordán F (2019) Rewiring and indirect effects underpin modularity reshuffling in a marine food web under environmental shifts. Ecology and evolution Oct;9(20):11631-46. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.5641

Hay Mele B, Russo L, D’Alelio D (2019) Combining marine ecology and economy to roadmap the integrated coastal management: a systematic literature review. Sustainability. 2019 Jan;11(16):4393. https://doi.org/10.3390/su11164393

D’Alelio D, Eveillard D, Coles VJ, Caputi L, Ribera d’Alcalà M, Iudicone D (2019) Modelling the complexity of plankton communities exploiting omics potential: from present challenges to an integrative pipeline. Current opinion in systems biology 13:68-74. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.coisb.2018.10.003

Ruggiero MV*, D'Alelio D*, Ferrante MI, Santoro M, Vitale L, Procaccini G, Montresor M (2018) Clonal expansion behind a marine diatom bloom. The ISME Journal 12: 463-472. https://doi.org/10.1038/ismej.2017.181

Cianelli D*, D’Alelio D*, Uttieri M, Diana S, Zingone A, Zambianchi E, Ribera d’Alcalà M (2017) Disentangling physical and biological drivers of phytoplankton dynamics in a coastal system. Scientific Reports 7: 15868. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-017-15880-x

Stec KF, Caputi L, Buttigieg PL, D'Alelio D, Ibarbalz FM, Sullivan M, Chaffron S, Bowler C, Ribera d'Alcala M, Iudicone D (2017). Modelling plankton ecosystems in the meta-omics era. Are we ready? Marine Genomics 32:1-17. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.margen.2017.02.006

D'Alelio D, Libralato S, Wyatt T, Ribera d'Alcalà M (2016) Ecological-network models link diversity, structure and function in the plankton food-web. Scientific Reports 6: 21806. https://doi.org/10.1038/srep21806

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