Sandro Bertolino
Sandro Bertolino
Research Associate, University of Turin
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Spread and attempted eradication of the grey squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) in Italy, and consequences for the red squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) in Eurasia
S Bertolino, P Genovesi
Biological Conservation 109 (3), 351-358, 2003
Non-natives: 141 scientists object
D Simberloff, M Vilà
Macmillan Publishers, 2011
Animal xenodiversity in Italian inland waters: distribution, modes of arrival, and pathways
F Gherardi, S Bertolino, M Bodon, S Casellato, S Cianfanelli, M Ferraguti, ...
Biological Invasions 10 (4), 435-454, 2008
Predicting grey squirrel expansion in North Italy: a spatially explicit modelling approach
PWW Lurz, SP Rushton, LA Wauters, S Bertolino, I Currado, P Mazzoglio, ...
Landscape Ecology 16 (5), 407-420, 2001
Animal trade and non‐indigenous species introduction: the world‐wide spread of squirrels
S Bertolino
Diversity and Distributions 15 (4), 701-708, 2009
Rating the rat: global patterns and research priorities in impacts and management of rodent pests
D Capizzi, S Bertolino, A Mortelliti
Mammal Review 44 (2), 148-162, 2014
A grey future for Europe: Sciurus carolinensis is replacing native red squirrels in Italy
S Bertolino, NC Di Montezemolo, DG Preatoni, LA Wauters, A Martinoli
Biological invasions 16 (1), 53-62, 2014
Population control of coypu Myocastor coypus in Italy compared to eradication in UK: a cost-benefit analysis
M Panzacchi, R Cocchi, P Genovesi, S Bertolino
Wildlife Biology 13 (2), 159-171, 2007
Headcount 2010: The multiplication of the grey squirrel introduced in Italy
A Martinoli, S Bertolino, DG Preatoni, A Balduzzi, A Marsan, P Genovesi, ...
Hystrix 21 (2), 127-136, 2010
Predicting the spread of the American grey squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) in Europe: A call for a co-ordinated European approach
S Bertolino, PWW Lurz, R Sanderson, SP Rushton
Biological Conservation 141 (10), 2564-2575, 2008
Food shortage disrupts social organization: the case of red squirrels in conifer forests
LA Wauters, S Bertolino, M Adamo, S Van Dongen, G Tosi
Evolutionary Ecology 19 (4), 375-404, 2005
Callosciurus squirrels: worldwide introductions, ecological impacts and recommendations to prevent the establishment of new invasive populations
S Bertolino, PWW Lurz
Mammal Review 43 (1), 22-33, 2013
Human dimension aspects in invasive alien species issues: the case of the failure of the grey squirrel eradication project in Italy
P Genovesi, S Bertolino
The great reshuffling: human dimensions of invasive alien species 242, 2001
Demography of alpine red squirrel populations in relation to fluctuations in seed crop size
L A. Wauters, M Githiru, S Bertolino, A Molinari, G Tosi, L Lens
Ecography 31 (1), 104-114, 2008
Food–niche relationships within a guild of alpine ungulates including an introduced species
S Bertolino, NC Di Montezemolo, B Bassano
Journal of Zoology 277 (1), 63-69, 2009
Introduction of the American grey squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) in Europe: a case study in biological invasion
B Sandro
Current Science, 903-906, 2008
Feeding ecology of the long-eared owl (Asio otus) in northern Italy: is it a dietary specialist?
S Bertolino, E Ghiberti, A Perrone
Canadian Journal of Zoology 79 (12), 2192-2198, 2001
Effects of spatio‐temporal variation in food supply on red squirrel Sciurus vulgaris body size and body mass and its consequences for some fitness components
L A. Wauters, M Vermeulen, S Van Dongen, S Bertolino, A Molinari, ...
Ecography 30 (1), 51-65, 2007
The use of climatic niches in screening procedures for introduced species to evaluate risk of spread: a case with the American eastern grey squirrel
M Di Febbraro, PWW Lurz, P Genovesi, L Maiorano, M Girardello, ...
PloS one 8 (7), e66559, 2013
Good for management, not for conservation: an overview of research, conservation and management of Italian small mammals
S Bertolino, P Colangelo, E Mori, D Capizzi
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