Her primary scientific interests are in Vegetation, Glacial period, Pollen, Ecology and Quaternary. Her Vegetation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Palynology and Ice core. Her study in Glacial period is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Zelkova and Taiga.
Her Pollen research focuses on subjects like Archaeology, which are linked to Tephra. Her research in the fields of Mediterranean climate, Fagus sylvatica, Beech and Biodiversity overlaps with other disciplines such as Phylogeography. Her Quaternary research incorporates elements of Physical geography and Holocene.
Donatella Magri mostly deals with Ecology, Pollen, Vegetation, Holocene and Paleontology. In her works, she conducts interdisciplinary research on Ecology and Phylogeography. Her Pollen research integrates issues from Glacial period, Interglacial, Peninsula and Carpinus betulus.
In Vegetation, Donatella Magri works on issues like Palynology, which are connected to Quercus faginea and Paleoecology. The concepts of her Holocene study are interwoven with issues in Climate change, Deciduous, Physical geography, Mediterranean climate and Evergreen. Donatella Magri combines subjects such as North Atlantic oscillation, Climatology, Oceanography and Ice age with her study of Mediterranean climate.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Mediterranean climate, Climate change, Ecology, Holocene and Vegetation. Her research integrates issues of North Atlantic oscillation, Peninsula and Morphology in her study of Mediterranean climate. In her study, Physical geography, Quaternary and Land use is strongly linked to Pollen, which falls under the umbrella field of Climate change.
Her Ecology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Pleistocene and Extinction. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Evergreen, Radiocarbon dating and Deciduous. Her Vegetation research includes themes of Period, Climatology and Interglacial.
Her primary areas of study are Mediterranean climate, North Atlantic oscillation, Vegetation, Forest dynamics and Holocene. Her research in Mediterranean climate intersects with topics in Climate pattern, Sea surface temperature, Oceanography and Seasonality. Her work on Climate change as part of general Oceanography research is frequently linked to Present day, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
The North Atlantic oscillation study combines topics in areas such as Physical geography and Mediterranean Basin. Her work deals with themes such as Period, Climatology, Anomaly, Anticyclone and Intertropical Convergence Zone, which intersect with Vegetation.
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A new scenario for the Quaternary history of European beech populations: palaeobotanical evidence and genetic consequences
Donatella Magri;Giovanni G. Vendramin;Isabelle Dupanloup.
New Phytologist (2006)
250,000-year pollen record from Valle di Castiglione (Roma)
M. Follieri;D. Magri;L. Sadori.
POLLEN ET SPORES (1988)
Patterns of post-glacial spread and the extent of glacial refugia of European beech (Fagus sylvatica)
Journal of Biogeography (2008)
Millennial-scale variability during the last glacial in vegetation records from Europe
William J. Fletcher;Maria Fernanda Sánchez Goñi;Judy R.M. Allen;Rachid Cheddadi.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2010)
Comparison of terrestrial and marine records of changing climate of the last 500,000 years
P.C. Tzedakis;V. Andrieu;J.-L. de Beaulieu;S. Crowhurst.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1997)
Climate refugia: joint inference from fossil records, species distribution models and phylogeography
Daniel G. Gavin;Matthew C. Fitzpatrick;Paul F. Gugger;Katy D. Heath.
New Phytologist (2014)
Predictability of biomass burning in response to climate changes
A.L. Daniau;P.J. Bartlein;S.P. Harrison;S.P. Harrison;I.C. Prentice;I.C. Prentice;I.C. Prentice.
Global Biogeochemical Cycles (2012)
Late Quaternary vegetation history at Lagaccione near Lago di Bolsena (central Italy)
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology (1999)
The distribution of Quercus suber chloroplast haplotypes matches the palaeogeographical history of the western Mediterranean
D. Magri;S. Fineschi;R. Bellarosa;A. Buonamici.
Molecular Ecology (2007)
Late Pleistocene and Holocene pollen stratigraphy at Lago di Vico, central Italy
Donatella Magri;Laura Sadori.
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany (1999)
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