Andrea Buffagni focuses on Water Framework Directive, Environmental resource management, Water quality, Ecology and Invertebrate. She studied Water Framework Directive and Environmental monitoring that intersect with Cumulative effects and Sampling design. Her Water quality research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Rare species and Nutrient.
Her study on Benthic zone is often connected to Aquatic animal as part of broader study in Ecology. Her Benthic zone research incorporates elements of Riffle, Habitat, STREAMS and Species richness. Her research in Invertebrate intersects with topics in Riparia and Tributary, Main river.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecology, Water Framework Directive, Habitat, Benthic zone and Invertebrate. Andrea Buffagni has included themes like Sampling and Environmental resource management in her Water Framework Directive study. Her work on River management as part of general Environmental resource management study is frequently linked to Directive, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Her work in the fields of River ecosystem overlaps with other areas such as Context. Her Benthic zone research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Water quality, Multidimensional scaling and Abiotic component. As a part of the same scientific family, Andrea Buffagni mostly works in the field of Invertebrate, focusing on STREAMS and, on occasion, Mediterranean Basin and Nutrient.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Habitat, Benthic zone, Ecology, Drainage basin and Water Framework Directive. In her study, Alpha diversity, Substrate, Beta diversity and Community structure is inextricably linked to Multidimensional scaling, which falls within the broad field of Habitat. Invertebrate, Abundance, Species richness, Riffle and Lake ecosystem are among the areas of Ecology where the researcher is concentrating her efforts.
Andrea Buffagni interconnects Channel, Principal component analysis, Regression and Spearman's rank correlation coefficient in the investigation of issues within Invertebrate. Her Drainage basin research integrates issues from Throughfall, Agricultural pollution, Dissolved organic carbon and Nitrate. Her Water Framework Directive study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Water resource management, Abiotic component, STREAMS, Flood myth and Levee.
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The Development of a System to Assess the Ecological Quality of Streams Based on Macroinvertebrates – Design of the Sampling Programme within the AQEM Project
Daniel Hering;Andrea Buffagni;Otto Moog;Leonard Sandin.
International Review of Hydrobiology (2003)
The STAR project: context, objectives and approaches
Mike T. Furse;Daniel Hering;Otto Moog;Piet Verdonschot.
A comparative analysis of restoration measures and their effects on hydromorphology and benthic invertebrates in 26 central and southern European rivers
Sonja C. Jähnig;Karel Brabec;Andrea Buffagni;Stefania Erba.
Journal of Applied Ecology (2010)
Non-perennial Mediterranean rivers in Europe: Status, pressures, and challenges for research and management
Nikolaos T. Skoulikidis;Sergi Sabater;Thibault Datry;Manuela M. Morais.
Science of The Total Environment (2017)
Establishing Reference Conditions for European Streams
R.C. Nijboer;R.K. Johnson;P.F.M. Verdonschot;M. Sommerhäuser.
The European reference condition concept: A scientific and technical approach to identify minimally-impacted river ecosystems
Isabel Pardo;Carola Gómez-Rodríguez;Jean-Gabriel Wasson;Roger Owen.
Science of The Total Environment (2012)
The AQEM Multimetric System for the Southern Italian Apennines: Assessing the Impact of Water Quality and Habitat Degradation on Pool Macroinvertebrates in Mediterranean Rivers
Andrea Buffagni;Stefania Erba;Marcello Cazzola;Joanna Lynn Kemp.
Stream macroinvertebrate occurrence along gradients in organic pollution and eutrophication
Nikolai Friberg;Jens Skriver;Søren Erik Larsen;Morten Lauge Pedersen.
Freshwater Biology (2009)
A novel approach to analysing the regimes of temporary streams in relation to their controls on the composition and structure of aquatic biota
F. Gallart;N. Prat;E. M. García-Roger;J. Latron.
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (2012)
Linking organism groups — major results and conclusions from the STAR project
Daniel Hering;Richard K. Johnson;Andrea Buffagni.
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