13 Works

Materials of Erasmus+ TrainRDM Open Science training week

Dana Gheorghe, Catalin Negru, Radu Ciobanu, Ciprian Dobre, John Bohan, Vanessa Ayala-Rivera, Michael Bradford, Andrea Riccio, Paola Ciaccia, Cristina Di Giovancarlo, Samah Jaber, Barbara Sanchez Solis, Christiane Stork & Elise Harder
Presentations, video recordings and exercises of the TrainRDM Open Science train-the-trainer week. The event was held at TU Wien, Vienna, from 30 May to 3 June 2022.  Acknowledgement TrainRDM – Open Science and Research Data Management Innovative and Distributed Training Programme has been funded with support from the European Commission.  Project website: https://rdmtraininghub.eu/; Project ID: 2020-1-RO01-KA203-080170

The professionalisation of journalism: Global trends and the challenges of training and job insecurity

Christian Ruggiero, Achilleas Karadimitriou, Wai Han Lo, Enrique Núñez-Mussa, Mauro Bomba & Simone Sallusti

Ethical codes of conduct in journalism: Demands for a digitalising mediascape

Joaquim Fidalgo, Barbara Thomass, Christian Ruggiero, Mauro Bomba, Simone Sallusti & Torbjörn von Krogh

Data and analysis code for: Global protected areas seem insufficient to safeguard half of the world's mammals from human-induced extinction

David Williams, Carlo Rondinini & David Tilman
Protected areas (PAs) are a cornerstone of global conservation and central to international plans to minimize global extinctions. During the coming century, global ecosystem destruction and fragmentation associated with increased human population and economic activity could make the long-term survival of most terrestrial vertebrates even more dependent on PAs. However, the capacity of the current global PA network to sustain species for the long term is unknown. Here, we explore this question for all nonvolant...

Materials of Erasmus+ TrainRDM Open Science training week

Dana Gheorghe, Catalin Negru, Radu Ciobanu, Ciprian Dobre, John Bohan, Vanessa Ayala-Rivera, Michael Bradford, Andrea Riccio, Paola Ciaccia, Cristina Di Giovancarlo, Samah Jaber, Barbara Sanchez Solis, Christiane Stork & Elise Harder
Presentations, video recordings and exercises of the TrainRDM Open Science train-the-trainer week. The event was held at TU Wien, Vienna, from 30 May to 3 June 2022.  Acknowledgement TrainRDM – Open Science and Research Data Management Innovative and Distributed Training Programme has been funded with support from the European Commission.  Project website: https://rdmtraininghub.eu/; Project ID: 2020-1-RO01-KA203-080170

Investigative journalism and the watchdog role of news media: Between acute challenges and exceptional counterbalances

Achilleas Karadimitriou, Torbjörn von Krogh, Christian Ruggiero, Cecilia Biancalana, Mauro Bomba & Wai Han Lo

Area of habitat maps for amphibians and reptiles of Italy

Dario Nania
Area of Habitat (AOH) maps reveal the distribution of the habitat available to the species within their geographic range. Information on the distribution of species’ habitats can help identify sites where viable populations of a species are found. We produced high resolution (100 m), freely accessible global area of habitat maps for 60 species of reptiles and amphibians distributed in Italy, which represent 60% of all Italian amphibian and reptile species. AOH maps can be...

Database PCA: A middle Pleistocene Homo from Nesher Ramla, Israel

Hila May, Israel Hershkovitz, Rachel Sarig, Ariel Pokhojaev, Dominique Grimaud-Hervé, Emiliano Bruner, Cinzia Fornai, Rolf Quam, Juan-Luis Arsuaga, Viktoria A. Krenn, Maria Martinón-Torres, José María Bermúdez De Castro, Laura Martín-Francés, Viviane Slon, Lou Albessard-Ball, Amélie Vialet, Tim Schüler, Giorgio Manzi, Antonio Profico, Fabio Di Vincenzo, Gerhard W. Weber & Yossi Zaidner
It has long been believed that Neanderthals originated and flourished on the European continent. However, recent morphological and genetic studies have suggested that they may have received a genetic contribution from a yet unknown non-European group. Here we report on the recent discovery of archaic Homo fossils from the site of Nesher Ramla, Israel, which we dated to 140,000 to 120,000 years ago. Comprehensive qualitative and quantitative analyses of the parietal bones, mandible, and lower...

Dataframe from: Diversity of European habitat types is correlated with geography more than climate and human pressure

Marco Cervellini, Michele Di Musciano, Piero Zannini, Simone Fattorini, Borja Jiménez-Alfaro, Emiliano Agrillo, Fabio Attorre, Pierangela Angelini, Carl Beierkuhnlein, Laura Casella, Richard Field, Jan-Christopher Fischer, Piero Genovesi, Samuel Hoffmann, Severin D.H. Irl, Juri Nascimbene, Duccio Rocchini, Manuel Steinbauer, Ole R. Vetaas & Alessandro Chiarucci
We generated this dataframe to model EU habitat richness at continental scale as a function of geographical, climate and anthropogenic variables (please, see Material and Method section in the published paper version for all the details). We found geographical variables were by far the most strongly correlated with habitat richness, followed by climate. However, anthropogenic variables gained importance when consindering their interactions, with important implications for conservation planning.

Un mercato coperto per Roma: Laboratorio di Sintesi finale in Composizione Architettonica e Urbana Autori

Nunzia Coppola , Mario Criscitiello, Gennaro Di Costanzo & Oreste Lubrano
[Italiano]: Il volume raccoglie gli esiti del Laboratorio di Sintesi Finale del corso di Laurea Magistrale in Progettazione Architettonica MAPA presso il DiARC Dipartimento di Architettura, strutturato attorno alla compartecipazione di due discipline, la composizione architettonica e urbana, affrontata nel corso tenuto dal professore Renato Capozzi, e la progettazione esecutiva, affidata alla professoressa Erminia Attaianese. Il Laboratorio ha assunto un bando di concorso articolato in due fasi con oggetto la progettazione di un edificio a...

Voyager dans les États autoritaires et totalitaires de l'Europe de l'entre-deux-guerres

Olivier Dard, Emmanuel Mattiato, Christophe Poupault & Frédéric Sallée

Avaliação do comportamento de vigas de concreto armado reforçadas à flexão com CFRP quando expostas ao intemperismo de distintas regiões climáticas brasileiras e a degradação acelerada

Gláucia Dalfré
Atualmente, vários trabalhos abordam a aplicação de sistemas de reforço com o uso de FRPs (Fiber Reinforced Polymers) em elementos de concreto armado. Entretanto, a grande maioria dos trabalhos são compostos por ensaios de elementos reforçados logo após a cura do adesivo (a qual ocorre com aproximadamente 14 dias), desprezando-se ou negligenciando-se o comportamento a longo prazo desses sistemas de reforço. Além disso, a maioria dos ensaios são realizados em um único ambiente e não...

Unemployment and inflation in the European Monetary Union: A new approach?

Nicola Acocella
The paper deals first with the characters of unemployment and inflation and their trend in the EMU. Then it underlines that EMU’s institutions tend to reduce inflation to a minimum, while limiting fiscal interventions at the national and the European level. The policies implemented recently represent some kind of a novel line of conduct of the EU, as they introduce a rise in the EU budget, release some constraints to national fiscal policies and foresee...

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