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Dr De Maddalena, Alessandro

Institute  Top | Institute | Publications 
    Mediterranean Shark Research Group, more
    Function: Group co-ordinator

    Direct contact at institute:
    Tel.: +39-0248-02 14 54
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Publications (8)  Top | Institute | Publications 
    ( 4 peer reviewed ) split up
  • Peer reviewed article Cugini, G.; De Maddalena, A. (2003). Sharks captured off Pescara (Italy, Western Adriatic Sea). Ann., Ser. Hist. Nat. 13(2): 201-208
  • Peer reviewed article De Maddalena, A.; Piscitelli, L.; Malandra, R. (2001). The largest specimen of smooth-hound, Mustelus mustelus (Linnaeus, 1758), recorded from the Mediterranean Sea. Biljes. (Inst. Oceanogr. Ribar. Split) 84: 1-7
  • Peer reviewed article De Maddalena, A.; Celona, A.; Zuffa, M.; Vanadia, A. (2002). Su alcune catture di notidiano cinereo, Heptaranchias perlo (Bonaterre, 1788), nelle acque della Sicilia. Thalassia Salent. 26: 39-44
  • De Maddalena, A.; Preti, A.; Smith, R. (2005). Mako sharks. Krieger Publishing Company: Malabar. ISBN 1-57524-267-2. 72 pp.
  • De Maddalena, A.; Bänsch, H.; Heim, W. (2015). Sharks of the Mediterranean: an illustrated study of all species . McFarland & Company: Jefferson. ISBN 978-1-4766-6357-9. 207 pp.
  • De Maddalena, A.; Kideys, A. (2004). Summary of discussions on Topic 1.1: The role of top predators (incl. gelatinous organisms) and large nekton (incl. whales & dolphins, seals, sharks, turtles) in biodiversity, in: Magni, P. et al. (Ed.) Electronic conference on 'The Southern and Eastern Mediterranean Sea and the Black Sea: new challenges for marine biodiversity research and monitoring': summary of discussions, 6 to 24 September, 2004. pp. 55-63, more
  • Kideys, A.; De Maddalena, A. (2004). Introduction to Topic 1.1: The role of top predators (incl. gelatinous organisms) and large nekton (incl. whales & dolphins, seals, sharks, turtles) in biodiversity, in: Magni, P. et al. (Ed.) Electronic conference on 'The Southern and Eastern Mediterranean Sea and the Black Sea: new challenges for marine biodiversity research and monitoring': summary of discussions, 6 to 24 September, 2004. pp. 6-8, more
  • Peer reviewed article Natanson, L.J.; Wintner, S.P.; Johansson, F.; Piercy, A.; Campbell, P.; De Maddalena, A.; Gulak, S.J.B.; Human, B.; Fulgosi, F.C.; Ebert, D.A.; Hemida, F.; Mollen, F.H.; Vanni, S.; Burgess, G.H.; Compagno, L.J.V.; Wedderburn-Maxwell, A. (2008). Ontogenetic vertebral growth patterns in the basking shark Cetorhinus maximus. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 361: 267-278. dx.doi.org/10.3354/meps07399

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