Carlo Cattano
Carlo Cattano
Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn, Dipartimento Ecologia Marina Integrata, Palermo
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Living in a high CO2 world: a global meta‐analysis shows multiple trait‐mediated responses of fish to ocean acidification
C Cattano, J Claudet, P Domenici, M Milazzo
Ecological Monographs, 2018
922018
Ocean acidification affects fish spawning but not paternity at CO2 seeps
M Milazzo, C Cattano, SH Alonzo, A Foggo, M Gristina, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1835), 20161021, 2016
372016
Ocean acidification does not impair predator recognition but increases juvenile growth in a temperate wrasse off CO2 seeps
C Cattano, A CalÚ, A Di Franco, R Firmamento, F Quattrocchi, K Sdiri, ...
Marine environmental research 132, 33-40, 2017
172017
Effects of ocean acidification on embryonic respiration and development of a temperate wrasse living along a natural CO2 gradient
C Cattano, F Giomi, M Milazzo
Conservation physiology 4 (1), 2016
142016
Ocean acidification affects somatic and otolith growth relationship in fish: evidence from an in situ study
A Di Franco, A CalÚ, K Sdiri, C Cattano, M Milazzo, P Guidetti
Biology Letters 15 (2), 20180662, 2019
102019
Influence of fish aggregating devices (FADs) on anti-predator behaviour within experimental mesocosms
M Sinopoli, C Cattano, F Andaloro, G Sara, CM Butler, M Gristina
Marine environmental research 112, 152-159, 2015
92015
Changes in fish communities due to benthic habitat shifts under ocean acidification conditions
C Cattano, S Agostini, BP Harvey, S Wada, F Quattrocchi, G Turco, ...
Science of The Total Environment 725, 138501, 2020
72020
Environmental DNA effectively captures functional diversity of coastal fish communities
G Aglieri, C Baillie, S Mariani, C Cattano, A CalÚ, G Turco, D Spatafora, ...
Molecular Ecology, 2020
62020
Behavioural responses of fish groups exposed to a predatory threat under elevated CO2
C Cattano, M Fine, F Quattrocchi, R Holzman, M Milazzo
Marine environmental research 147, 179-184, 2019
52019
Nest building in a Mediterranean wrasse (Symphodus ocellatus): are the algae used randomly chosen or actively selected?
M Sinopoli, C Cattano, R Chemello, A Timpanaro, V Timpanaro, ...
Marine Ecology 36 (4), 942-949, 2015
42015
Nest-mediated parental care in a marine fish: Are large-scale nesting habitats selected and do these habitats respond to small-scale requirements?
M Sinopoli, C Cattano, R Chemello, A Timpanaro, G Milisenda, M Gristina
Mediterranean Marine Science 19 (2), 248-255, 2018
12018
Mediterranean sharks and rays need action
M Milazzo, C Cattano, SAA Al Mabruk, I Giovos
Science 371 (6527), 355-356, 2021
2021
Sandbar shark aggregation in the central Mediterranean Sea and potential effects of tourism
C Cattano, G Turco, M Di Lorenzo, M Gristina, G Visconti, M Milazzo
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 2021
2021
IMPIEGO DEI BRUV (BAITED REMOTE UNDERWATER VIDEO) PER LA VALUTAZIONE DEL POPOLAMENTO ITTICO NELL'AREA MARINA PROTETTA CAPO GALLO-ISOLA DELLE FEMMINE (PALERMO)/EVALUATION OF†…
D Spatafora, C Cattano, I Domina, M Gristina, M Milazzo, G Turco
Biologia Marina Mediterranea 22 (1), 148, 2015
2015
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