BRANDANO, Marco
 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 5.958
EU - Europa 2.605
AS - Asia 925
SA - Sud America 81
AF - Africa 31
OC - Oceania 6
Totale 9.606
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 5.883
IT - Italia 1.458
CN - Cina 382
IN - India 360
SE - Svezia 286
UA - Ucraina 272
FI - Finlandia 212
SG - Singapore 132
GB - Regno Unito 94
DE - Germania 80
AR - Argentina 69
FR - Francia 46
CA - Canada 42
IE - Irlanda 39
BZ - Belize 27
BE - Belgio 21
IR - Iran 20
ES - Italia 19
AT - Austria 16
CH - Svizzera 13
TG - Togo 13
NL - Olanda 12
BG - Bulgaria 8
JP - Giappone 8
PK - Pakistan 8
BR - Brasile 7
RO - Romania 7
NG - Nigeria 5
ZA - Sudafrica 5
AU - Australia 3
CL - Cile 3
DK - Danimarca 3
EG - Egitto 3
KW - Kuwait 3
LV - Lettonia 3
MT - Malta 3
MX - Messico 3
NZ - Nuova Zelanda 3
PT - Portogallo 3
RU - Federazione Russa 3
SC - Seychelles 3
TR - Turchia 3
AM - Armenia 2
CR - Costa Rica 2
HR - Croazia 2
ID - Indonesia 2
MA - Marocco 2
NO - Norvegia 2
AE - Emirati Arabi Uniti 1
CO - Colombia 1
CZ - Repubblica Ceca 1
EC - Ecuador 1
HK - Hong Kong 1
HU - Ungheria 1
IL - Israele 1
PL - Polonia 1
PR - Porto Rico 1
SY - Repubblica araba siriana 1
TW - Taiwan 1
Totale 9.606
Città #
Fairfield 714
Chandler 619
Rome 489
Woodbridge 361
Ann Arbor 338
Ashburn 326
Beijing 322
Houston 306
Wilmington 254
Seattle 231
Cambridge 229
Princeton 221
Plano 183
Millbury 118
Milan 111
Jacksonville 110
San Paolo di Civitate 106
Boston 86
Lawrence 84
Florence 81
San Jose 76
Federal 69
San Diego 68
Singapore 60
Andover 50
Helsinki 40
New York 38
Dublin 37
Las Vegas 33
Southend 33
Boardman 30
Norwalk 30
Des Moines 28
Belize City 27
Toronto 27
Buffalo 22
Brussels 21
Falls Church 19
Dearborn 18
Saint Louis 16
Bremen 15
Bühl 15
Paris 15
Lomé 13
Turin 13
Modena 12
Pescara 12
San Mateo 12
Bari 10
Bologna 9
Capurso 9
Vienna 9
Cagliari 8
Fiano Romano 8
Islamabad 8
Naples 8
Sofia 8
Chicago 7
Formia 7
Redwood City 7
Columbus 6
Latina 6
Manchester 6
Mannheim 6
Mesagne 6
Mumbai 6
Rogliano 6
Siena 6
Southampton 6
Trieste 6
Washington 6
Campi Bisenzio 5
Lege-Cap-Ferret 5
London 5
Los Angeles 5
Maddaloni 5
Palma 5
San Francesco 5
Trumbull 5
Auburn Hills 4
Barcelona 4
Bizzarone 4
Bochum 4
Ferndale 4
Gainesville 4
Isfahan 4
Jinan 4
Montreal 4
Muizenberg 4
Nanchang 4
Nanjing 4
Osaka 4
Ottawa 4
Phoenix 4
Pisa 4
Priverno 4
Provo 4
Redmond 4
Saluzzo 4
Vinay 4
Totale 6.426
Nome #
“La Formazione dei “Calcari a Briozoi e Litotamni” nell’area di Tagliacozzo (Appennino Centrale) e considerazioni paleoambientali sulle facies rodalgali. 209
Atlante delle litofacies e modello deposizionale dei Calcari a briozoi e litotamni nella Piattaforma carbonatica laziale-abruzzese. 184
I CALCARI MIOCENICI DELLA PIATTAFORMA LAZIALE ABRUZZESE:UN ESEMPIO DI RAMPA CARBONATICA TROPICALE-SUBTROPICALE 169
Applications of the microbially induced calcium carbonate precipitation. 144
Facies and sequence architecture of a tropical foramol-rhodalgal carbonate ramp: Miocene of the central Apennines (Italy) 134
Tortonian - early Messinian carbonate ramp development in the Paleoadriatic domain, the role of Mediterranean evolution on carbonate factory and facies belt: insight from the Lithothamnion Limestone (Majella, Central Apennines, Italy) 113
The role of the Moonmilk speleothem in hypogeal archaeological sites 110
Modeling lateral facies heterogeneity of an upper Oligocene carbonate ramp (Salento, southern Italy) 108
Rhodolith assemblages from the lower Tortonian carbonate ramp of Menorca (Spain): Environmental and paleoclimatic implications 100
Post-rift sequence architecture and stratigraphy in the Oligo-Miocene Sardinia rift (Western Mediterranean Sea) 98
Sedimentary facies and foraminiferal assemblages from Posidonia oceanica meadows of western Mediterranean Sea 92
Oil distribution in outcropping carbonate-ramp reservoirs (Maiella Mountain, Central Italy). Three-dimensional models constrained by dense historical well data and laboratory measurements 92
The sedimentary facies of Posidonia oceanica seagrass meadows from the central Mediterranean Sea 91
Tectonic control on the architecture of a Miocene carbonate ramp in the Central Apennines (Italy): Insights from facies and backstripping analyses 87
Genesis of microbialites as contemporaneous framework components of deglacial coral reefs, Tahiti (IODP 310) 86
Multiscale 3D reconstruction of an active petroleum system. Oil occurrence in Central Italy from outcrops to subsurface 86
The lower Rupelian cluster reefs of Majella platform, the shallow water record of Eocene to Oligocene transition 85
Strontium stratigraphy of the upper Miocene Lithothamnion Limestone in the Majella Mountain, central Italy, and its palaeoenvironmental implications 83
The Oligocene-Miocene stratigraphic evolution of the Majella carbonate platform (Central Apennines, Italy) 83
A depositional model and paleoecological reconstruction of the lower Tortonian distally steepened ramp of Menorca (Balearic Islands, Spain) 81
On the peritidal cycles and their diagenetic evolution in the Lower Jurassic carbonates of the Calcare Massiccio Formation (Central Apennines) 81
Coralline algae as environmental indicators: a case study from the Attard member (Chattian, Malta) 79
Environmental factors influencing skeletal grain sediment associations: a critical review of Miocene examples from the western Mediterranean 78
Calcareous nannofossils as a dating tool in shallow marine environment. An example from an upper Paleogene carbonate platform succession in the Mediterranean 78
Depositional processes of the mixed carbonate-siliciclastic rhodolith beds of the Miocene Saint-Florent Basin, northern Corsica 76
Evaluating the role of seagrass in Cenozoic CO2 variations 76
Downslope-migrating large dunes in the Chattian carbonate ramp of the Majella Mountains (Central Apennines, Italy) 75
Carbonate ramp evolution during the Late Oligocene (Chattian), Salento Peninsula, southern Italy 75
Seagrass-meadow sedimentary facies in a mixed siliciclastic-carbonate temperate system in the Tyrrhenian sea (Pontinian Islands, Western Mediterranean) 74
Middle Eocene seagrass facies from Apennine carbonate platforms (Italy) 74
Frequency analysis across the drowning of a Lower Jurassic carbonate platform. The Calcare Massiccio Formation (Apennines, Italy) 74
Global and regional factors responsible for the drowning of the Central Apennine Chattian carbonate platforms 73
Petrophysical properties of heavy oil-bearing carbonate rocks and their implications on petroleum system evolution. Insights from the Majella Massif 71
Amphistegina, Red Algae and Paleobathymetry: The Lower Tortonian Distally Steepened Ramp of Menorca, Balearic Islands (Spain). 70
Halimeda dominance in the coastal wedge of Pietra di Finale (Ligurian Alps, Italy). The role of trophic conditions 70
The Coniacian-Campanian Latium-Abruzzi carbonate platform, an example of a facies mosaic 69
Strontium stratigraphy of the Burdigalian transgression in the Western Mediterranean 69
The pyroclastic breccias from Cabezo Negro de Tallante (SE Spain). Is there any relation with carbonatitic magmatism? 69
Depositional model and paleodepth reconstruction of a coral-rich, mixed siliciclastic-carbonate system: the Burdigalian of Capo Testa (northern Sardinia, Italy) 69
Coralline algae, oyster and echinoids - a liaison in rhodolith formation from the Burdigalian of the Latium-Abruzzi Platform. 68
Response. Commentary. Evaluating the role of seagrass in cenozoic CO2 variations 68
Test shape variability of Amphistegina d’Orbigny, 1826 as a paleobathymetric proxy: application to two Miocene examples. 67
Global versus regional influence on the carbonate factories of Oligo-Miocene carbonate platforms in the Mediterranean area 67
Global and regional factors responsible for the drowning of the Central Apennine Chattian carbonate platforms 66
Coral assemblages and bioconstructions adapted to the depositional dynamics of a mixed carbonate-siliciclastic setting. The case study of the Burdigalian Bonifacio Basin (South Corsica) 66
Impact of carbonate producing biota on platform architecture: Insights from Miocene examples of the Mediterranean region 65
Heterozoan carbonates in oligotrophic tropical waters: The Attard member of the lower coralline limestone formation (Upper Oligocene, Malta) 65
Nutrients, sea-level and tectonics: constrains for the facies architecture of a Miocene carbonate ramp in central Italy 63
The seagrass skeletal assemblage from modern to fossil and from tropical to temperate. Insight from Maldivian and Mediterranean examples 63
The role of oceanographic conditions on Cenozoic carbonate platform drowning. Insights from Alpine and Apennine foreland basins 62
Erosion of Tortonian phosphatic intervals in upwelling zones. The role of internal waves 62
FOSSIL PSAMMOBIONTIC SPONGES AND THEIR FORAMINIFERAL RESIDENTS, CENTRAL APENNINES, ITALY 61
Unravelling the origin of a Paleogene unconformity in the Latium-Abruzzi carbonate succession. A shaved platform 61
The Eocene–Oligocene transition in the C-isotope record of the carbonate successions in the Central Mediterranean 61
Stratigraphical and sedimentological relationships of the Bolognano Formation (Oligocene–Miocene, Majella Mountain, Central Apennines, Italy) revealed by geological mapping and 3D visualizations 61
Oligocene Rhodolith beds in the Central Mediterranean Area 60
Facies heterogeneities and 3D porosity modelling in an Oligocene (Upper Chattian) carbonate ramp, Salento Peninsula, Southern Italy 59
Ancient upwelling record in a phosphate hardground (Tortonian of Menorca, Balearic Islands, Spain) 58
The Tethyan and Tyrrhenian margin record of the Central Apennines: a guide with insights from stratigraphy, tectonics, and hydrogeology 57
Depositional Architecture of a mixed succession: The Miocene Succession of Bonifacio (Southern Corsica). 57
Lithological and structural control on fracture frequency distribution within a carbonate-hosted relay ramp 56
Miocene Central Mediterranean oceanographic evolution. What do Sr and Nd isotopes tell us? 55
Effects of diagenesis on the astrochronological approach of defining stratigraphic boundaries in calcareous rhythmites: The Tortonian GSSP 55
3D Outcrop modeling: The oligo-miocene carbonate system of the Maiella mountain, Rapina mountain area - Abruzzo Region, Italy 54
Rhodolith-rich lithofacies of the Porto Badisco Calcarenites (upper Chattian, Salento, southern Italy) 54
Sea level changes recorded in mixed siliciclastic-carbonate shallow-water deposits: The cala di labra formation (burdigalian, corsica) 54
Heterozoan carbonates in oligotrophic tropical waters: The Attard Member of the Lower Coralline Limestone Formation (Upper Oligocene, Malta) 54
Aphotic zone carbonate production on a Miocene ramp, Central Apennines, Italy 54
Depositional model and paleodepth reconstruction of a coral-rich, mixed siliciclastic-carbonate system: the Burdigalian of Capo Testa (northern Sardinia, Italy) 53
Growth and demise of a Burdigalian coral bioconstruction on a granite rocky substrate (Bonifacio Basin, southeastern Corsica) 52
Miocene oceanographic evolution based on the Sr and Nd isotope record of the Central Mediterranean 52
Facies analysis and depositional architecture of the Santo Spirito Formation (Majella, Central Apennine) 52
Le alghe rosse calcaree come indicatori paleoambientali: l’esempio della rampa carbonatica Laziale-Abruzzese (Burdigaliano, Appennino centrale) 51
Burdigalian coral bioconstructions of Sperone (southern Corsica) 51
Early to middle Miocene d13C record in a carbonate platform succession from central Mediterranean: volcanism versus 50
The Monterey event within the Central Mediterranean area. The shallow-water record 50
Sedimentology and depositional architecture of tidal compound dunes on a carbonate ramp. The lower Miocene deposits of the Central Apennine (Latium, Italy). 49
Benthic foraminiferal assemblages in a shallow-water carbonate factory (Pontine Islands, Tyrrhenian Sea, Italy) 48
Hardground development and drowning of a Miocene carbonate ramp (Latium-Abruzzi): From tectonic to paleoclimate 47
Paleoceanographic events recorded in a middle-upper Miocene carbonates from central Mediterranean (N-W Sardinia, Italy) 46
Rhodolith Assemblages from the Lower Tortonian carbonate ramp of Menorca (Spain): environmental and paleoclimatic implications. 46
Frequency analysis of a Lower Jurassic Carbonate Platform: The Calcare Massiccio Formation (Apennines, Italy) 46
Trophism, climate and paleoweathering conditions across the Eocene-Oligocene transition in the Massignano section (northern Apennines, Italy) 46
La risposta di una rampa carbonatica rhodalgal/bryomol alla ciclicità eustatica ad alta frequenza: il Miocene calcareo dell’Appennino centrale 45
Decline of trophic resources in a carbonate ramp setting: the case study of Lithothamnion Limestone, Majella Mountain (Central Apennines, Italy) 45
The sensitivity of a foramol-rhodalgal carbonate ramp to rapid sea-level change: the Miocene of the Central Appenines, Italy. 45
Physical stratigraphy and tectonic settings of Bolognano Formation (Majella): A potential carbonate reservoir 45
Frequency analysis of a Lower Jurassic Carbonate Platform: the Calcare Massiccio Formation (Apennines, Italy) 45
Correlating Mediterranean shallow water deposits with global Oligocene-Miocene stratigraphy and oceanic events 45
Lithofacies e modello deposizionale dei calcari a briozoi e litotamni nella piattaforma laziale-abruzzese 43
Dune subacquee in calcareniti oligoceniche di rampa carbonatica. 43
The Bolognano Fm in the south-eastern sectors of Majella and correlation with the north-western domain 42
The Neogene carbonate succession of the Gargano promontori (Abulia, Southern Italy): A record of Paleoenvironmental changes 41
Hardground development on Miocene ramp succession of the Western Mediterranean area: sea level changes versus trophic resources. 41
Coral-rich, mixed siliciclastic-carbonate system of Capo Testa (Burdigalian, Northern Sardinia, Italy) 41
Consequences of the Oi-1 event on the carbon cycle: The Central Mediterranean record. 41
The Monterey Event in the Mediterranean platform to basin transition. The Guadagnolo Formation (Miocene, Prenestini Mountains, Central Apennines) 41
Non-seagrass meadow sedimentary facies of the Pontinian Islands, Tyrrhenian Sea: A modem example of mixed carbonate-silicielastic sedimentation 40
Miocene paleoceanographic evolution of the Mediterranean area and carbonate production changes. A review 40
Progressive deterioration of trophic conditions in a carbonate ramp environment: The Lithothamnion Limestone, Majella mountain (tortonian-early Messinian, Central apennines, Italy) 39
Totale 6.849
Categoria #
all - tutte 25.241
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 25.241


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2018/2019448 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 263 185
2019/20201.781 276 58 16 77 152 151 194 198 158 246 203 52
2020/2021867 69 84 51 76 13 26 32 41 252 132 61 30
2021/20222.123 49 128 183 47 240 54 50 171 177 158 425 441
2022/20232.116 409 379 94 220 217 197 28 160 206 58 90 58
2023/20241.170 102 177 86 132 92 106 129 82 19 128 117 0
Totale 9.955