VIGHI, MARCO
 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 9129
EU - Europa 3513
AS - Asia 1004
SA - Sud America 32
Continente sconosciuto - Info sul continente non disponibili 24
AF - Africa 3
OC - Oceania 1
Totale 13706
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 8914
SE - Svezia 868
CN - Cina 706
UA - Ucraina 650
IT - Italia 582
DE - Germania 509
GB - Regno Unito 261
CA - Canada 209
VN - Vietnam 175
IE - Irlanda 129
FI - Finlandia 121
RU - Federazione Russa 105
AT - Austria 83
FR - Francia 70
TR - Turchia 49
BE - Belgio 33
NL - Olanda 32
IN - India 30
JP - Giappone 29
DK - Danimarca 24
EU - Europa 24
BR - Brasile 16
ES - Italia 9
PL - Polonia 8
CH - Svizzera 7
MX - Messico 6
RO - Romania 6
GR - Grecia 5
IR - Iran 5
AR - Argentina 4
CL - Cile 4
HK - Hong Kong 3
MK - Macedonia 3
CZ - Repubblica Ceca 2
EC - Ecuador 2
KR - Corea 2
PE - Perù 2
SA - Arabia Saudita 2
UY - Uruguay 2
AU - Australia 1
BG - Bulgaria 1
BY - Bielorussia 1
CO - Colombia 1
ET - Etiopia 1
ID - Indonesia 1
LT - Lituania 1
LU - Lussemburgo 1
NO - Norvegia 1
PH - Filippine 1
PY - Paraguay 1
RS - Serbia 1
SC - Seychelles 1
SG - Singapore 1
SN - Senegal 1
Totale 13706
Città #
Ann Arbor 2018
Woodbridge 1167
Fairfield 872
Houston 785
Jacksonville 718
Chandler 643
Wilmington 416
Frankfurt am Main 393
Seattle 346
Ashburn 345
Dearborn 313
Cambridge 271
Princeton 259
Milan 188
Nanjing 155
Dublin 129
Lachine 115
Dong Ket 107
Beijing 94
Altamura 89
Vienna 81
Lawrence 80
Boardman 70
Nanchang 63
San Diego 54
Toronto 50
Andover 47
Guangzhou 44
Shenyang 44
Hebei 42
Tianjin 37
Jiaxing 35
Jinan 34
Brussels 32
Ottawa 31
Falls Church 29
Changsha 28
Zhengzhou 25
Mountain View 22
Huizen 21
Chicago 19
Norwalk 19
Auburn Hills 17
Hangzhou 17
Los Angeles 16
Rome 16
Ningbo 14
Redmond 11
Taizhou 11
Fremont 10
Kunming 9
London 8
Redlands 8
Shanghai 7
Edmonton 5
Fuzhou 5
Hanoi 5
Plymouth 5
University Park 5
Uppsala 5
Berlin 4
Como 4
Gießen 4
Helsinki 4
Kansas City 4
Kiev 4
Leawood 4
Nowy Dwor Gdanski 4
Nürnberg 4
Saronno 4
Tokyo 4
Torino 4
Bolzano 3
Brescia 3
Cattolica 3
Cava 3
Dallas 3
Excelsior 3
Genova 3
Groningen 3
Haikou 3
Jönköping 3
Landau 3
Laurel 3
Madrid 3
Massa 3
Newcastle Upon Tyne 3
Phoenix 3
Sacramento 3
San Mateo 3
Santiago 3
Siena 3
Alcalá De Henares 2
Alcamo 2
Almere 2
Ambrogio 2
Arcore 2
Athens 2
Bologna 2
Cerro Maggiore 2
Totale 10628
Nome #
Predicting pesticide fate in small cultivated mountain watersheds using the DynAPlus model: Toward improved assessment of peak exposure 326
Natural variability of enzymatic biomarkers in freshwater invertebrates 313
Natural variability of biochemical biomarkers in the macro-zoobenthos: Dependence on life stage and environmental factors 294
Effects of Pesticides and Electromagnetic Fields on Honeybees: A Field Study Using Biomarkers 236
Risk of POP mixtures on the Arctic food chain 230
SSD-based rating system for the classification of pesticide risk on biodiversity 165
Water quality objectives for mixtures of toxic chemicals: problems and perspectives 161
Rating systems for pesticide risk classification on different ecosystems 159
Investigating the mechanisms of bioconcentration through QSAR classification trees 158
Toxicity on the luminescent bacterium Vibrio fischeri (Beijerinck). II: Response to complex mixtures of heterogeneous chemicals at low levels of individual components 156
Effects of river pollution on the colonisation of artificial substrates by macrozoobenthos 154
Acceptable-by-design QSARs to predict the dietary biomagnification of organic chemicals in fish 151
The Role of High Mountains in the Global Transport of Persistent Organic Pollutants 150
QSAR and chemometric approaches for setting Water Quality Objectives for dangerous chemicals 150
Predicting the joint algal toxicity of multi-component s-triazine mixtures at low-effect concentrations of individual toxicants 149
Quantitative inter-specific chemical activity relationships of pesticides in the aquatic environment 148
QSAR models for bioconcentration: Is the increase in the complexity justified by more accurate predictions? 148
Joint algal toxicity of 16 dissimilarly acting chemicals is predictable by the concept of independent action 147
Analysis of a firn core for assessing POP seasonal accumulation on an alpine glacier 147
Coupling SoilFug model and GIS for predicting pesticide pollution of surface water at watershed level 144
QSAR approach for the selection of congeneric compounds with a similar toxicological mode of action 142
Ecological hazard assessment via species sensitivity distributions: The non-exchangeability issue 142
Toxicity on the luminescent bacterium Vibrio fischeri (Beijerinck). I: QSAR equation for narcotics and polar narcotics 140
Variation of POP concentrations in fresh-fallen snow and air on an Alpine glacier (Monte Rosa) 139
Theoretical and experimental evidences of medium range atmospheric transport processes of polycyclic musk fragrances 135
Predicting pesticide environmental risk in intensive agricultural areas. II: Screening level risk assessment of complex mixtures in surface waters 133
Predicted No Effect Concentration (PNEC) 133
Sensitivity assessment of freshwater macroinvertebrates to pesticides using biological traits 132
Managing pesticide risks for non-target ecosystems with pesticide risk indicators: a multicriteria approach 131
Evaluating pesticide effects on freshwater invertebrate communities in alpine environment: a model ecosystem experiment 130
Assessing, mapping and validating site-specific ecotoxicological risk for pesticide mixtures: A case study for small scale hot spots in aquatic and terrestrial environments 129
POP bioaccumulation in macroinvertebrates of alpine freshwater systems 128
Ecological vulnerability analysis: a river basin case study 128
Pesticide risk assessment of a lagoon ecosystem. Part I: exposure assessment 125
Modeling and prediction by using whim descriptors in QSAR studies: Toxicity of heterogeneous chemicals on Daphnia magna 125
Eutrophic status influences the impact of pesticide mixtures and predation on Daphnia pulex populations 125
Ecological vulnerability in risk assessment. A review and perspectives 124
Spatially explicit method for ecotoxicological risk assessment of pesticides for birds 124
A Bayesian approach to model ECp in concentration–response experiments 124
Comparison of glacial and non-glacial-fed streams to evaluate the loading of persistent organic pollutants trough seasonal snow/ice melt 123
The impact of an insecticide on insect flower visitation and pollination in an agricultural landscape 123
The BEAM project: prediction and assessment of mixtures in the aquatic environment 122
GIS-based system for surface water risk assessment of agricultural chemicals. 1. Methodological approach 122
The Joint Algal Toxicity of Phenylurea Herbicides is Equally Predictable by Concentration Addition and Independent Action 121
Organic farming in isolated landscapes does not benefit flower-visiting insects and pollination 120
Evaluating the fate of p,p '-DDT in Tianjin, China using a non-steady-state multimedia fugacity model 119
Organochlorine pesticides in Alpine icefields. 118
GIS-based procedure for site-specific risk assessment of pesticides for aquatic ecosystems 117
Experimental and predicted acute toxicity of antibacterial compounds and their mixtures using the luminescent bacterium Vibrio fischeri 117
Expert QSAR system for predicting the bioconcentration factor under the REACH regulation 117
QSAR in ecotoxicity: an overview of modern classification techniques 116
A novel method for assessing risks to pollinators from plant protection products using honeybees as a model species 116
Coumaphos distribution in the hive ecosystem: Case study for modeling applications 115
Site-specific theoretical risk assessment for pesticides: a case study 115
3D-modelling and prediction by WHIM descriptors. Part 8. Toxicity and physico-chemical properties of environmental priority chemicals by 2D-TI and 3D-WHIM descriptors 115
Predicting pesticide fate in the hive (part 2): development of a dynamic hive model 115
The role of high mountains in the global transport of persistent organic pollutants 114
The evolution of the environmental quality concept: From the US EPA red book to the European Water Framework Directive 113
Analisi della cinetica di accumulo e di eliminazione di chlorpyrifos in Xenopus laevis 111
POPs in mountain soils from the Alps and Andes: Suggestions for a 'precipitation effect' on altitudinal gradients 110
Time-variable exposure and effects of pesticides in an alpine catchment 110
Predicting pesticide mixtures in surface waters from a given crop 109
Ecotoxicology: The Challenges for the 21st Century 106
Historical profile of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in an alpine glacier 103
Regulatory assessment of aquatic bioaccumulation: a contribution from QSAR and chemometrics. 103
Standardizing chemical risk assessment, at last 102
Mapping Cumulative Environmental Risks: Examples from the EU NoMiracle Project 102
Possible role of the exposure to the sun of the different mountain sides on the POP distribution 100
Predicting pesticide fate in the hive (part 1): experimentally determined τ-fluvalinate residues in bees, honey and wax 100
Persistent organic pollutant in a fish community of a sub-alpine lake 100
Mathematical models for the comprehension of chemical contamination into the hive 99
Organochlorine compounds in ice melting water from Italian Alpine rivers 98
La valutazione della vulnerabilità degli ecosistemi nella stima del rischio ecotossicologico 98
Impacts of a pesticide on pollinator species richness at different spatial scales 98
A framework for applying ecological vulnerability in risk assessment 98
Assessing and mapping pesticide risk on ecosystems II Epygean terrestrial communities - birds 97
Historical trends of organochlorine pesticides in an Alpine glacier 96
Pesticide risk assessment of a lagoon ecosystem. Part II: effect assessment and risk characterisation 96
ALARM: Assessing LArge-scale environmental Risks for biodiversity with tested Methods - The concept, objectives, structure and management of a large Integrated Project within the 6th framework programme of the European Commission 95
Planetary boundaries for chemical pollution 95
Risk for the POP mixtures in the Arctic food chain 95
Vulnerabilità ecologica applicata alla valutazione sito-specifica del rischio da prodotti fitosanitari 94
Distribution of organochlorine pesticides in pine needles of an oceanic island: The case of Tenerife (Canary Islands, Spain) 94
Toward a new paradigm in ecological risk assessment 93
Risk for POP mixtures in an Arctic food chain 92
PCB distribution in soil and vegetation from different areas in northern Italy 92
Different approaches for the evaluation of Kow for s-triazine herbicides 90
Do pesticides affect trends in microarthropod communities according to food preferences as indirect effect? 88
Field Trial for Evaluating the Effects on Honeybees of Corn Sown Using Cruiser and Celest xl Treated Seeds 88
Assessment of PBTs in the EU: A critical assessment of the proposed evaluation scheme with reference to plant protection products 88
Risk assessment for honeybees from pesticide-exposed pollen 88
Experimental and predicted assessment of the acute toxicity of antibacterial compounds and their mixtures using the luminescent bacteria Vibrio fischeri as biological target 87
Experimental validation of a GIS-based procedure for predicting pesticide exposure in surface water. 83
QSAR models for bioconcentration: is the increase in the complexity balanced by better predictions? 83
Quantitative analysis of morphological damage (QuAMoDa): a tool for effects assessmen 82
Pesticides and Narcotics toxicity to Vibrio fischery studied by QSAR 81
From hazard to risk: introducing the vulnerability into pesticide ecotoxicology 81
A novel approach to assess exposure for pollinators 81
Risk Assessment for Biodiversity: an integrated approach 80
Predicting pesticide environmental risk in intensive agricultural areas. I: risk of individual chemicals in surface waters 78
Totale 12377
Categoria #
all - tutte 21808
article - articoli 0
book - libri 0
conference - conferenze 0
curatela - curatele 0
other - altro 0
patent - brevetti 0
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 0
Totale 21808


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2017/2018223 0000 00 045 68632126
2018/20191515 39363019 57209 7759 103148326412
2019/20203305 413170255236 306452 568185 29217020355
2020/20212049 15178191212 133111 188125 198284108270
2021/20221531 84194225126 56110 10785 7712196250
2022/20232308 360860240216 222393 170 0000
Totale 14163