In most of his Oceanography studies, his work intersects topics such as Bay and Benthic zone. Benthic zone and Oceanography are commonly linked in his work. Ecology is closely attributed to Organic matter in his research. While working on this project, Antonio Mazzola studies both Organic matter and Total organic carbon. His Fishery study frequently links to related topics such as Mussel. His work on Fishery expands to the thematically related Mussel. His Mediterranean climate study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Mediterranean sea. His Mediterranean sea study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Mediterranean climate. His Environmental chemistry study often links to related topics such as Total organic carbon.
Antonio Mazzola connects relevant research areas such as Benthic zone and Bay in the domain of Oceanography. His study on Bay is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Oceanography. His study connects Contamination and Ecology. He integrates many fields in his works, including Fishery and Aquaculture. His Aquaculture study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Fish <Actinopterygii>. Fish <Actinopterygii> and Fishery are frequently intertwined in his study. Mediterranean climate connects with themes related to Mediterranean sea in his study. His Mediterranean sea study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Mediterranean climate. His work often combines Environmental chemistry and Ecology studies.
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Microbial and meiofaunal response to intensive mussel-farm biodeposition in coastal sediments of the Western Mediterranean
Marine Pollution Bulletin (2000)
Seasonal variations in the stable carbon and nitrogen isotope ratios (13C/12C and 15N/14N) of primary producers and consumers in a western Mediterranean coastal lagoon
Marine Biology (2003)
The role and contribution of the seagrass Posidonia oceanica (L.) Delile organic matter for secondary consumers as revealed by carbon and nitrogen stable isotope analysis
Acta Oecologica-international Journal of Ecology (2002)
Effects of fish farming waste to sedimentary and particulate organic matter in a southern Mediterranean area (Gulf of Castellammare, Sicily): a multiple stable isotope study (δ13C and δ15N)
Fish-farming effects on benthic community structure in coastal sediments: analysis of meiofaunal recovery
A. Mazzola;S. Mirto;T. La Rosa;M. Fabiano.
Ices Journal of Marine Science (2000)
Nematode community response to fish-farm impact in the western Mediterranean
Environmental Pollution (2002)
Differential responses of benthic microbes and meiofauna to fish-farm disturbance in coastal sediments
Environmental Pollution (2001)
Impact on the water column biogeochemistry of a Mediterranean mussel and fish farm.
Water Research (2002)
Initial Fish-Farm Impact on Meiofaunal Assemblages in Coastal Sediments of the Western Mediterranean
Marine Pollution Bulletin (1999)
Seasonal and spatial changes in the sediment organic matter of a semi-enclosed marine system (W-Mediterranean Sea)
Antonio Pusceddu;G Sara;M Armeni;M Fabiano.
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