L’ecologia del Picchio Nero, Dryocopus Martius, nelle foreste casentinesi come chiave per la possibile espansione della specie nell'Appennino

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Tommaso Campedelli (1*), Pier Palo Ceccarelli (2), Guglielmo Londi (3), Simonetta Cutini (4), Guido Tellini Florenzano (5), Nevio Agostini (6)

1 DREAM Italia, Pratovecchio, Arezzo, Italy.
2 STERNA, Forlì, Italy.
3 DREAM Italia, Pratovecchio, Arezzo, Italy.
4 DREAM Italia, Pratovecchio, Arezzo, Italy.
5 DREAM Italia, Pratovecchio, Arezzo, Italy.
6 Parco Nazionale Foreste Casentinesi, Monte Falterona e Campigna, Santa Sofia, Forlì-Cesena, Italy.
(*) Corresponding Author:
Tommaso Campedelli
emberiza1978@gmail.com

Abstract

Ecological mathematical models are useful tools to define geographic distribution and ecological features of species, playing a fundamental role in defining conservation policies. Through the various methods we can use, recently, those which work with only-presence-data are growing in popularity and particularly MaxEnt. The recent colonization of Foreste Casentinesi National Park by Black Woodpecker represent a very interesting study-case to show how this method work, analysing possible evolution of an expansion process that is still evolving.

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Campedelli, T., Ceccarelli, P. P., Londi, G., Cutini, S., Florenzano, G., & Agostini, N. (2012). L’ecologia del Picchio Nero, Dryocopus Martius, nelle foreste casentinesi come chiave per la possibile espansione della specie nell’Appennino. Rivista Italiana Di Ornitologia, 81(1). https://doi.org/10.4081/rio.2011.78