ANGIOLINI, LUCIA
 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 2.799
EU - Europa 2.478
AS - Asia 1.133
AF - Africa 145
OC - Oceania 112
SA - Sud America 102
Continente sconosciuto - Info sul continente non disponibili 7
Totale 6.776
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 2.672
DE - Germania 717
IT - Italia 454
GB - Regno Unito 343
CN - Cina 324
FR - Francia 179
IR - Iran 125
RU - Federazione Russa 120
CA - Canada 100
AU - Australia 98
ID - Indonesia 94
NL - Olanda 93
IN - India 91
CZ - Repubblica Ceca 89
JP - Giappone 72
UA - Ucraina 57
ES - Italia 54
OM - Oman 54
IE - Irlanda 45
AE - Emirati Arabi Uniti 39
CH - Svizzera 39
EG - Egitto 37
HK - Hong Kong 37
PK - Pakistan 33
SA - Arabia Saudita 33
CO - Colombia 28
BR - Brasile 27
IQ - Iraq 27
TR - Turchia 27
NG - Nigeria 24
PL - Polonia 23
SE - Svezia 23
AR - Argentina 22
RO - Romania 22
AT - Austria 21
BE - Belgio 21
FI - Finlandia 21
KR - Corea 21
MX - Messico 20
NO - Norvegia 20
SG - Singapore 19
EE - Estonia 18
GR - Grecia 18
HR - Croazia 18
TW - Taiwan 18
ZA - Sudafrica 18
IL - Israele 16
VN - Vietnam 16
HU - Ungheria 14
KW - Kuwait 14
MY - Malesia 13
NZ - Nuova Zelanda 13
TH - Thailandia 13
DZ - Algeria 12
PH - Filippine 12
BG - Bulgaria 10
CL - Cile 10
DK - Danimarca 9
PT - Portogallo 9
LU - Lussemburgo 8
BF - Burkina Faso 7
CI - Costa d'Avorio 7
EU - Europa 7
PE - Perù 7
SK - Slovacchia (Repubblica Slovacca) 6
LT - Lituania 5
SI - Slovenia 5
YE - Yemen 5
AM - Armenia 4
BA - Bosnia-Erzegovina 4
BD - Bangladesh 4
CR - Costa Rica 4
GH - Ghana 4
KH - Cambogia 4
LY - Libia 4
NA - Namibia 4
SN - Senegal 4
EC - Ecuador 3
KE - Kenya 3
LV - Lettonia 3
MA - Marocco 3
QA - Qatar 3
RS - Serbia 3
TG - Togo 3
TZ - Tanzania 3
VE - Venezuela 3
BJ - Benin 2
CM - Camerun 2
CY - Cipro 2
DJ - Gibuti 2
LB - Libano 2
LI - Liechtenstein 2
MD - Moldavia 2
MN - Mongolia 2
TJ - Tagikistan 2
UG - Uganda 2
AD - Andorra 1
AO - Angola 1
BH - Bahrain 1
BN - Brunei Darussalam 1
Totale 6.760
Città #
Milan 158
Ashburn 153
Houston 125
Fairfield 121
Columbus 95
Beijing 85
Seattle 70
Buffalo 63
Santa Cruz 62
Ann Arbor 59
Nürnberg 54
Cambridge 53
Jakarta 53
Woodbridge 50
Wilmington 49
Enfield 45
Redmond 44
Muscat 42
Wuhan 42
Dublin 41
Boardman 37
Paris 35
Leawood 33
Council Bluffs 32
Los Angeles 28
Charleston 27
London 27
Southend 26
Shiraz 25
Nanjing 24
Perugia 24
Rome 23
New York 22
Phoenix 22
Frankfurt am Main 21
Cairo 19
Parsippany 19
San Diego 19
Amsterdam 18
Zagreb 18
Bogotá 17
Abu Dhabi 16
Chicago 15
Tokyo 15
Toronto 15
University Park 15
Helsinki 14
Warsaw 14
Wollongong 14
Mountain View 13
Norwalk 13
Sheffield 13
Dubai 12
Munich 12
Taipei 12
Tehran 12
Vienna 12
Brisbane 11
Guangzhou 11
Madrid 11
San Jose 11
Sydney 11
Auckland 10
Bristol 10
Ferrara 10
Giessen 10
Muizenberg 10
Ottawa 10
San Francisco 10
Singapore 10
Caroline Springs 9
Greensboro 9
Hong Kong 9
Islamabad 9
Stockholm 9
Tartu 9
Atlanta 8
Bengaluru 8
Cardiff 8
Dallas 8
Duncan 8
Henderson 8
Istanbul 8
Jerusalem 8
Leeds 8
Luxembourg 8
Melbourne 8
Mumbai 8
Murfreesboro 8
Shanghai 8
The Hague 8
Calgary 7
Charlotte 7
Dammam 7
Dhahran 7
Freiberg 7
Hangzhou 7
Karachi 7
Kuwait City 7
Lagos 7
Totale 2.569
Nome #
Evolution of the early Permian Haushi Sea of Oman and Comparison with other Gondwanan post-glacial marine sequences, file dfa8b9a2-bfd1-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 2.306
Methane Hydrate: Killer cause of Earth’s greatest mass extinction, file dfa8b996-96bc-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 1.133
Permian–Triassic mass extinction pulses driven by major marine carbon cycle perturbations., file dfa8b9a4-d795-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 413
Brachiopods from the Cisuralian–Guadalupian of Darvaz, Tajikistan and implications for Permian stratigraphic correlations, file dfa8b996-dd2f-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 306
Correlation of the Lower Permian surface Saiwan Formation and subsurface Haushi limestone, Central Oman, file dfa8b9a2-c21a-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 272
The giants of the phylum Brachiopoda: a matter of diet? In press Palaeontology, file dfa8b99e-be32-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 257
Experimental diagenesis : insights into aragonite to calcite transformation of Arctica islandica shells by hydrothermal treatment, file dfa8b999-334c-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 251
Seasonality fluctuations recorded in fossil bivalves during the early Pleistocene: implications for climate change, file dfa8b995-8b7f-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 249
Brachiopod-based oxygen-isotope thermometer: Update and review, file dfa8b9a0-7700-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 230
Faunal change near the end-Permian extinction : the brachiopods of the Ali Bashi Mountains, NW Iran, file dfa8b994-8bfa-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 210
Sedimentary context and palaeoecology of Gigantoproductus shell beds in the Mississippian Eyam Limestone Formation, Derbyshire carbonate platform, central England, file dfa8b999-daf8-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 184
Variation in brachiopod microstructure and isotope geochemistry under low pH–ocean acidification–conditions, file dfa8b9a0-4d6a-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 149
Mapping of recent brachiopod microstructure: A tool for environmental studies, file dfa8b99b-22eb-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 138
Precocious sexual dimorphism and lilliput effect of ostracods (Crustacea) through the Permian-Triassic events in Neo-Tethys, file dfa8b99c-d235-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 124
Archival biogenic micro- and nanostructure data analysis : signatures of diagenetic systems, file dfa8b99f-3ea3-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 113
Additional brachiopod findings from the Lopingian succession of the Ali Bashi Mountains, NW Iran, file dfa8b994-564a-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 111
Tournaisian (Mississippian) brachiopods from the Mobarak Formation, North Iran, file dfa8b9a2-bfda-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 105
Opening of the Neo-Tethys Ocean and the Pangea B to Pangea A transformation during the Permian, file dfa8b9a6-dd49-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 95
Lopingian brachiopods from the Abadeh section (Central Iran) and their biostratigraphic implications, file dfa8b9a9-3042-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 93
From rift to drift in South Pamir (Tajikistan): Permian evolution of a Cimmerian terrane, file dfa8b9a6-30b5-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 86
New records and new taxa of Permian brachiopods from the Khuff Formation, Midhnab Member, central Saudi Arabia, file dfa8b9a2-d6ef-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 74
Isotopic time-series (δ13C and δ18O) obtained from the columnar layer of Permian brachiopod shells are a reliable archive of seasonal temperature variations., file dd2fc566-3e7b-4d3b-a309-0407920111b7 69
Geochemistry, and carbon, oxygen and strontium isotope composition of brachiopods from the Khuff Formation of Oman and Saudi Arabia GeoArabia, file dfa8b9a2-c190-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 65
Upper cisuralian-lower guadalupian brachiopods from the Qarari Unit, Batain plain, northeast Oman: systematics, palaeoecology and correlation, file 179278d4-e33c-45cc-bc87-bea84bea234e 60
Methane Hydrate: Killer cause of Earth’s greatest mass extinction, file dfa8b99c-8286-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 59
The shell fabric of Palaeozoic brachiopods : patterns and trends, file dfa8b9a4-df39-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 55
Frost action and human occupation during the Late Pleistocene in the Italian Southern Alps : micromorphological evidences from the Caverna Generosa cave, file dfa8b9a4-d98d-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 45
Correlation of upper-Khuff equivalent Palaeotethyan sediments of the Alborz Mountain, northern Iran., file dfa8b9a2-c187-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 44
The architecture of Recent brachiopod shells: diversity of biocrystal and biopolymer assemblages in rhynchonellide, terebratulide, thecideide and craniide shells, file dfa8b9a9-bfd8-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 37
Revisiting the upper Visean mud mounds from Derbyshire (UK): the role of brachiopods in their growth, file 50e70d89-da96-4597-8941-a4840bc51d6d 36
Paleobiogeography of the Permian Neo-Thetys shores, file dfa8b9a2-bfe1-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 32
Brachiopod fauna from uppermost Visean (Mississippian) mud mounds in Derbyshire, UK, file f9f3f190-badd-4a92-b96a-f1e81269df80 29
The evolution of thecideide microstructures and textures: traced from Triassic to Holocene, file dfa8b9aa-5fd3-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 28
Brachiopods distribution and facies architecture in a composite mud mound from the Viséan of Derbyshire, UK, file dfa8b9a5-a7a3-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 26
How mud mounds controlled brachiopod population and life style in the Carboniferous: An example from the Viséan of Derbyshire, UK, file dfa8b9a5-d15a-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 25
A stratigraphic approach to the study of the growth history of a mud mound in the Viséan (Mississippian, Carboniferous) of Derbyshire, UK, file dfa8b9a6-4bc0-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 20
The drift Hystory of Iran from the Ordovician to the Triassic, file dfa8b998-64ea-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 15
Isotopic time-series (δ13C and δ18O) obtained from the columnar layer of Permian brachiopod shells are a reliable archive of seasonal temperature variations., file 031fbf29-a8e9-4d1f-b921-fb1eb0d01fba 7
Neotethys seawater chemistry and temperature at the dawn of the end Permian mass extinction, file dfa8b994-4518-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 7
Brachiopod fauna from uppermost Visean (Mississippian) mud mounds in Derbyshire, UK, file e18bf69f-fc11-46f2-ba45-7a48ea90cd71 7
The architecture of Recent brachiopod shells: diversity of biocrystal and biopolymer assemblages in rhynchonellide, terebratulide, thecideide and craniide shells, file dfa8b9a9-af9a-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 6
Redefinition of the Global Stratotype Section and Point (GSSP) and new Standard Auxiliary Boundary Stratotype (SABS) for the base of Wuchiapingian Stage (Lopingian Series, Permian) in South China, file 52775caf-e980-4a2a-ab65-a033068018b2 5
Late pre-rift to early drift sedimentary history of Central Iran, file dfa8b991-e936-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 5
First report of Upper Pennsylvanian ammonoids and Lower Permian conodonts from Bagh-e-Vang area (Central Iran), file dfa8b994-53ec-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 5
The Global Stratotype Section and Point (GSSP) for the base-Artinskian Stage (Lower Permian), file 99ac6488-6470-4a91-a15d-bddad83f2e74 4
The Bashgumbaz Complex (Tajikistan): Arc obduction in the Cimmerian orogeny of the Pamir, file dfa8b99d-b05d-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 4
Selecting the best brachiopod biomineral archive of the Wuchiapingian climate change, file 77a393ee-e1be-47bf-9654-fd02ce09264a 3
From rift to drift in South Pamir (Tajikistan): Permian evolution of a Cimmerian terrane, file dfa8b995-a1cc-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 3
Micro- and nanostructures reflect the degree of diagenetic alteration in modern and fossil brachiopod shell calcite : a multi-analytical screening approach (CL, FE-SEM, AFM, EBSD), file dfa8b99d-c01b-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 3
Assessing the biomineralization processes in the shell layers of modern brachiopods from oxygen isotopic composition and elemental ratios : implications for their use as paleoenvironmental proxies, file dfa8b99e-f05f-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 3
Co-occurence of Sweetognathus whitei, Rodes, 1963 with early Sakmarian conodonts in SE Pamir, file dfa8b992-091a-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 2
Seasonality fluctuations recorded in fossil bivalves during the early Pleistocene: implications for climate change, file dfa8b995-9f47-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 2
The Upper Palaeozoic Godar–E-Siah Complex of Jandaq : Evidence and significance of a North Palaeotethyan succession In Central Iran, file dfa8b999-7c3d-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 2
Biomineralization and global change : A new perspective for understanding the end-Permian extinction, file dfa8b999-88de-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 2
Micro- and nanostructures reflect the degree of diagenetic alteration in modern and fossil brachiopod shell calcite : a multi-analytical screening approach (CL, FE-SEM, AFM, EBSD), file dfa8b99d-be60-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 2
A stratigraphic approach to the study of the growth history of a mud mound in the Viséan (Mississippian, Carboniferous) of Derbyshire, UK, file dfa8b9a5-e8b2-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 2
The evolution of thecideide microstructures and textures: traced from Triassic to Holocene, file dfa8b9aa-759f-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 2
Brachiopod sclerochemistry and climate change: a case study from the Wuchiapingian of Iran, file 15ddaca1-9267-43d5-8f0e-7f1552bef14f 1
Omanaster imbricatus (Echinodermata, Asteroidea), a new genus and species from the Sakmarian (Lower Permian) Saiwan Formation of Oman, Arabian Peninsula, file dfa8b991-a8f9-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 1
Co-occurrence of Sweetognathus whitei Rhodes, 1963 with early Sakmarian conodonts in SE Pamir, file dfa8b991-f381-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 1
Bivalve shells as high resolution biomineral archives of early Pleistocene seasonality, file dfa8b995-82d6-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 1
The giants of the phylum Brachiopoda: a matter of diet? In press Palaeontology, file dfa8b9a0-07c0-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 1
The giants of the phylum Brachiopoda: a matter of diet? In press Palaeontology, file dfa8b9a0-423b-748b-e053-3a05fe0a3a96 1
Totale 7.626
Categoria #
all - tutte 14.683
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 14.683


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2018/201942 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 42
2019/2020672 44 15 38 59 77 83 57 61 67 57 63 51
2020/20211.175 38 62 57 79 99 73 93 131 139 152 124 128
2021/20221.666 107 120 126 186 153 119 148 128 164 113 187 115
2022/20231.573 120 97 193 210 117 151 118 81 94 118 165 109
2023/20241.615 98 70 151 102 154 112 132 144 123 179 239 111
Totale 7.626