Pietro Landi

Pietro Landi studied the effect of the adaptive behavior of single individuals in ecosystems and societies on biodiversity conservation and the sustainable management of fisheries.

I investigated animal movement behavior in order to help improve wildlife and biodiversity conservation. The ultimate aim is to improve protected areas and the design of ecological corridors for the conservation of jaguars (Panthera onca) in Atlantic Forest, Brazil.

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Funding: Evolution and Ecology Program, IIASA

Nationality: Italian

Program: Evolution and Ecology Program

Dates: October 2014 – March 2015

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Rodger J, Landi P, & Hui C (2018). Heterogeneity in local density allows a positive evolutionary relationship between self-fertilisation and dispersal. Evolution 72 (9): 1784-1800. DOI:10.1111/evo.13562.

Landi P, Minoarivelo HO, Brännström Å, Hui C, & Dieckmann U (2018). Complexity and stability of ecological networks: a review of the theory. Population Ecology 60 (4): 319-345. DOI:10.1007/s10144-018-0628-3.

Landi P, Minoarivelo HO, Brännström Å, Hui C, & Dieckmann U (2018). Chapter 12. Complexity and Stability of Adaptive Ecological Networks: A Survey of the Theory in Community Ecology. In: Systems Analysis Approach for Complex Global Challenges. Eds. Mensah, P., Katerere, D., Hachigonta, S. & Roodt, A., pp. 209-248 Heidelberg: Springer. ISBN 978-3-319-71485-110.1007/978-3-319-71486-8_12.

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