Team publications

Planktothrix populations in subalpine lakes: selection for strains with strong gas vesicles as a function of lake depth, morphometry and circulation.

Freshwater Biology 56(8): 1481–1493.

D’alelio D., Gandolfi A., Boscaini A., Flaim G., Tolotti M. & Salmaso N., 2011.

Occurrence of an uncommon Planktothrix (Cyanoprokaryota, Oscillatoriales) in a deep lake south of the Alps.

Phycologia 50(4): 379-383.

D'Alelio, D. & Salmaso N., 2011.

Long-term trends and fine year-to-year tuning of phytoplankton in large lakes are ruled by eutrophication and atmospheric modes of variability.

Hydrobiologia 698: 17-28.

Salmaso, N., Cerasino, L., 2012.

Diversity and distribution of cyanobacterial toxins in the Italian subalpine lacustrine district.

Oceanological and Hydrobiological Studies 41: 54-63.

 Cerasino, L. & Salmaso N., 2012.

Phytoplankton configuration in six deep lakes in the peri-Alpine region: Are the key drivers related to eutrophication and climate?

Aquatic Ecology, 47: 177-193.

Gallina N., Salmaso N., Morabito G. & Beniston M. 2013.


Frequent recombination shapes the epidemic population structure of Planktothrix (Cyanoprokaryota) in Italian subalpine lakes.

Journal of Phycology. Online first, DOI: 10.1111/jpy.12116.

D'Alelio D., Salmaso N. & Gandolfi A., 2013.


Strict coupling between the development of Planktothrix rubescens and microcystin content in two nearby lakes south of the Alps (lakes Garda and Ledro).

Annales de Limnologie-International Journal of Limnology.

Salmaso N., Boscaini A. , Shams S. & Cerasino L. (in press).