Lucia FANINI

Lucia FANINI

Ricercatore Universitario

Dipartimento di Scienze e Tecnologie Biologiche ed Ambientali

Centro Ecotekne Pal. B - S.P. 6, Lecce - Monteroni - LECCE (LE)

Ufficio, Piano terra

Telefono +39 0832 29 8683

Curriculum Vitae

ORCID-Id 0000-0003-2301-2576

Researchgate profile: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Lucia_Fanini

 

2002. Laurea in Biologia, indirizzo ecologico, Università di Firenze

2007. Dottorato in etologia ed ecologia animale, Università di Firenze in co-tutela con Universidad de la Republica, Uruguay.

Dal 2003 studio le spiagge sabbiose come ecosistemi; ho lavorato sulle coste di più di 15 paesi anche se il mio focus rimane sul Mediterraneo. Le mie ricerche includono diversità e comportamento della macrofauna bentonica in risposta a impatti quali turismo, erosione e ripascimento, marine litter.

Per integrare la visione socio-ecologica nel contesto del sistema spiaggia, mi sto occupando di comunicazione scientifica, netnografia, citizen science grazie a collaborazioni internazionali (Universidad de la Republica, Uruguay; Universidade Estadual do Norte Fluminense, RJ, Brasile; Cientificos de la basura, Cile; Posidona Green Project, Spagna) e interdisciplinari.

 

2011-2013 Research fellow, Institute for Marine Biology Biotechnology and Aquaculture, Hellenic Centre for Marine Research, Creta, Grecia (fellow in ecologia bentonica Progetto REGPOT-MARBIGEN)

2014-2016 Research associate, Australian Museum Research Institute. Afferente alla sezione Crostacei, Dr. Jim Lowry.

2015 -     Research associate PEDECIBA, Uruguay (tenure-track valutata ogni 3 anni).

 

Managing Editor per Ethology Ecology and Evolution https://www.tandfonline.com/journals/teee20

Associate Guest Editor per Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/estuarine-coastal-and-shelf-science/special-issue/10P8S0NHSLK

Associate Guest Editor per Marine Pollution Bulletin https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/marine-pollution-bulletin/special-issue/10M74LRM93T

 

Editor WoRMS per “Talitraits” https://www.marinespecies.org/news.php?p=show&id=6414

 

Didattica

A.A. 2023/2024

ECOLOGIA DEI CAMBIAMENTI CLIMATICI

Corso di laurea SVILUPPO SOSTENIBILE E CAMBIAMENTI CLIMATICI

Tipo corso di studio Laurea

Lingua ITALIANO

Crediti 9.0

Docente titolare Maurizio PINNA

Ripartizione oraria Ore totali di attività frontale: 72.0

  Ore erogate dal docente LUCIA FANINI: 24.0

Anno accademico di erogazione 2023/2024

Per immatricolati nel 2022/2023

Anno di corso 2

Struttura DIPARTIMENTO DI SCIENZE E TECNOLOGIE BIOLOGICHE ED AMBIENTALI

Percorso PERCORSO COMUNE

Sede Brindisi

SERVIZI ECOSISTEMICI, CAPITALE NATURALE E BASI TERMODINAMICHE DELLA SOSTENIBILITA' (MOD I)

Corso di laurea SVILUPPO SOSTENIBILE E CAMBIAMENTI CLIMATICI

Tipo corso di studio Laurea

Crediti 5.0

Ripartizione oraria Ore totali di attività frontale: 40.0

Anno accademico di erogazione 2023/2024

Per immatricolati nel 2021/2022

Anno di corso 3

Struttura DIPARTIMENTO DI SCIENZE E TECNOLOGIE BIOLOGICHE ED AMBIENTALI

Percorso RISPOSTE ECOSISTEMICHE AI CAMBIAMENTI CLIMATICI

Torna all'elenco
ECOLOGIA DEI CAMBIAMENTI CLIMATICI

Corso di laurea SVILUPPO SOSTENIBILE E CAMBIAMENTI CLIMATICI

Settore Scientifico Disciplinare BIO/07

Tipo corso di studio Laurea

Crediti 9.0

Docente titolare Maurizio PINNA

Ripartizione oraria Ore totali di attività frontale: 72.0

  Ore erogate dal docente LUCIA FANINI: 24.0

Per immatricolati nel 2022/2023

Anno accademico di erogazione 2023/2024

Anno di corso 2

Semestre Secondo Semestre (dal 04/03/2024 al 14/06/2024)

Lingua ITALIANO

Percorso PERCORSO COMUNE (999)

Sede Brindisi

conoscenze di ecologia di base

Ecologia delle spiagge come sistemi socio-ecologici; effetti del climate change sull'ambiente spiaggia e "triple whammy".

Acquisizione dell'approccio sistemico allo studio dei cambiamenti climatici, utilizzando il caso di studio delle spiagge

lezione frontale

orale

McLachlan, A., & Defeo, O. (2017). The ecology of sandy shores. Academic press.

ECOLOGIA DEI CAMBIAMENTI CLIMATICI (BIO/07)
SERVIZI ECOSISTEMICI, CAPITALE NATURALE E BASI TERMODINAMICHE DELLA SOSTENIBILITA' (MOD I)

Corso di laurea SVILUPPO SOSTENIBILE E CAMBIAMENTI CLIMATICI

Settore Scientifico Disciplinare BIO/07

Tipo corso di studio Laurea

Crediti 5.0

Ripartizione oraria Ore totali di attività frontale: 40.0

Per immatricolati nel 2021/2022

Anno accademico di erogazione 2023/2024

Anno di corso 3

Semestre Primo Semestre (dal 02/10/2023 al 19/01/2024)

Lingua

Percorso RISPOSTE ECOSISTEMICHE AI CAMBIAMENTI CLIMATICI (A174)

Conoscenze di ecologia

Concetto di sistemi socio-ecologici e applicazioni specifiche: foreste, pesca, turismo. Servizi ecosistemici come parte dei sistemi socio-ecologici. Indicatori e variabili dei sistemi e dei servizi ecosistemici. Prospettive di scala nello studio dei servizi ecosistemici. Relazione tra ecosystem goods and services e “capture function”. Definizioni di capitale naturale e prospettiva storica. Connessioni tra capitale naturale e biogeografia. Biodiversità come capitale naturale. Prospettive nella valutazione del capitale naturale ed esempi di valutazione. Ruolo della termodinamica nella definizione dei sistemi, inclusi i sistemi socio-ecologici. Ruolo della termodinamica rispetto ai pilastri della sostenibilità: sociale, economica e ambientale.

Il corso intende fornire la capacità di una visione sistemica e un approccio a sistemi complessi quali i sistemi socio-ecologici: identificazione di elementi, processi, feed-backs e vincoli. Le basi termodinamiche sono inserite in questo contesto come paradigma dei vincoli di un sistema.

lezioni frontali

Esame orale

Al termine del corso il materiale utilizzato durante le lezioni verrà messo a disposizione

"Tempi Storici Tempi Biologici", E. Tiezzi; "Human Ecology - Basic Concepts for Sustainable Development", G. Marten; "The value of a whale", A. Buller

SERVIZI ECOSISTEMICI, CAPITALE NATURALE E BASI TERMODINAMICHE DELLA SOSTENIBILITA' (MOD I) (BIO/07)

Pubblicazioni

[51] Lowry, JK & Fanini, L. The coastal talitroid amphipods of New Caledonia (in press). Records of the Australian Museum.

[50] Horton T, De Broyer C, Bellan-Santini D, Coleman CO, Corbari L, Daneliya M, Dauvin J-C, Decock W, Fanini L, Fišer C, Gasca R, Grabowski M, Guerra-García JM, Hendrycks E, Hughes LE, Jaume D, Kim Y-H, King R, Lo Brutto S, Lörz A-N, Mamos T, Serejo C, Senna AR, Souza-Filho J, Tandberg AH, Thurston M, Vader WJM, Väinölä R, Valls D, Vandepitte L, Vanhoorne B, Vonk R, White KN, Zeidler W. The World Amphipoda Database: History and Progress (in press). Records of the Australian Museum

[49] Wahler H, Fanini L, Riechers M. (2023). Valuing beaches for beauty and recreation only? Uncovering perception bias through a hashtag analysis. Marine Policy, 155, 105707.

[48] Pinna M, Zangaro F, Saccomanno B, Scalone C, Bozzeda F, Fanini L, Specchia, V. (2023). An Overview of Ecological Indicators of Fish to Evaluate the Anthropogenic Pressures in Aquatic Ecosystems: From Traditional to Innovative DNA-Based Approaches. Water, 15(5), 949.

[47] Costa LL, Fanini L, Ben-Haddad M, Pinna M, Zalmon IR. (2022). Marine litter impact on sandy beach fauna: A review to obtain an indication of where research should contribute more. Microplastics, 1(3), 554-571.

[46] Fanini L, Bozzeda F, Salvo VS, Pinna M (2022). Information gain and loss between masterlists and intermediary-level protocols for the sampling of beached macrolitter. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 108012.

[45] Costa LL, Fanini L, Zalmon IR, Defeo O, McLachlan A. (2022). Cumulative stressors impact macrofauna differentially according to sandy beach type: A meta-analysis. Journal of Environmental Management, 307, 114594.

[44] Fanini L, Costa LL, Zalmon IR, Riechers M. (2021). Social and ecological elements for a perspective approach to citizen science on the beach. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 543.

[43] Fanini L, Guittard A. (2021). On single use plastic straws: Pre-ban findings on touristic beaches in Crete. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 171, 112790.

[42] Fanini L, Marchetti GM, Serafeimidou, I., Papadopoulou, O. (2021). The potential contribution of bloggers to change lifestyle and reduce plastic use and pollution: A small data approach. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 169, 112525.

[41] Fanini L, Defeo O, Elliott M, Paragkamian S, Pinna M, Salvo VS. (2021). Coupling beach ecology and macroplastics litter studies: Current trends and the way ahead. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 173, 112951.

[40] Riechers M, Fanini L, Apicella A, Galván CB, Blondel E, Espiña B, Kefer S, Keroullé T, Klun K, Pereira TR, Ronchi F, (2021). Plastics in our ocean as transdisciplinary challenge. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 164, p.112051.

[39] Fanini L, Piscart C, Pranzini E, Kerbiriou C, Le Viol I , Pétillon J (2021). The extended concept of Littoral Active Zone considering soft sediment shores as social-ecological systems, and an application to Brittany (North-Western France) Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science 250, 107148

[38] Costa LL, Zalmon IR, Fanini L, Defeo O (2020). Macroinvertebrates as indicators of human disturbances on sandy beaches: a review. Ecological Indicators 118, p.106764

[37] Fanini L, Defeo O, Elliott M (2020). Advances in sandy beach research-Local and global perspectives. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science, 234, p.106646.

[36] Giangrande A, Gambino I, Tundo M, del Pasqua M, Licciano M, Fanini L, Pinna M (2020). Biology of Ophelia barquii (Anellida, Opheliidae) colonizing two different beaches along Salento peninsula (South Italy, Mediterranean sea), Marine Biodiversity 50,3.

[35] Fanini L, Coleman CO, Lowry JK. (2019) Insights into the ecology of Cryptorchestia garbinii on the shores of the urban lake Tegel (Berlin, Germany), Vie Milieu 69: 187-191.

[34] Fanini L, Plaiti W, Papageorgiou N (2019) Environmental education: Constraints and potential as seen by sandy beach researchers. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science 218: 173-178.

[33] Fanini L, Bozzeda F (2018) Dynamics of plastic resin pellets deposition on a microtidal sandy beach: informative variables and potential integration into sandy beach studies. Ecological Indicators 89: 309-316.

[32] Scapini F, Gambineri S, Fanini L (2018) Deconstructing responses of sandy beach arthropodofauna to shoreline erosion: looking for the proper spatial scale to monitor biodiversity. Journal of Coastal Conservation 22: 369-383.

[31] Fanini L, Zampicinini G, Tsigenopoulos CS, Barboza FR, Lozoya JP, Gómez J, Celentano E, Lercari D, Marchetti GM, Defeo O (2017) Life-history, substrate choice and Cytochrome Oxidase I variations in sandy beach peracaridans along the Rio de la Plata estuary. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science 187: 152-159.

[30] Mavraki D, Fanini L, Tsompanou M, Gerovasiliou V, Nikolopolou S, Chatzinikolau E, Plaitis W, Faulwetter S (2016) Rescuing biogeographic legacy data: The “Thor” expedition, a historical oceanographic expedition to the Mediterranean Sea. Biodiversity Data Journal 4: e11054.

[29] Vasileiadou K, Pavloudi C, Kalantzi I, Apostolaki E, Chatzigeorgiou G, Chatzinikolaou E, Pafilis E, Papageorgiou N, Fanini L, Konstas S, Fragopoulou N, Arvanitidis C (2016) Environmental variability and heavy metal concentrations from five lagoons in the Ionian Sea (Amvrakikos Gulf, W Greece). Biodiversity Data Journal 4: e8233.

[28] Faulwetter S, Pafilis E, Fanini L, Bailly N, Agosti D, Arvanitidis C, Boicenco L, Capatano T, Claus S, Dekeyzer S, Georgiev T, Legaki A, Mavraki D, Oulas A, Papastefanou G, Penev L, Sautter G, Schigel D, Senderov V, Teaca A, Tsompanou M. (2016). EMODnet Workshop on mechanisms and guidelines to mobilise historical data into biogeographic databases. Research Ideas and Outcomes 2: e9774

[27] Fanini L, Hughes LE, Springthorpe R, Tosetto L, Lowry J K. (2016). Surface activity patterns of macrofauna on pocket, tidal beaches: Insights into the role of wrack and artificial lighting. Regional Studies in Marine Science 7: 63-71.

[26] Fanini L, Lowry JK. (2016). Comparing methods used in estimating biodiversity on sandy beaches: Pitfall vs. quadrat sampling. Ecological Indicators 60: 358 – 366.

[25] Pafilis E, Frankild SP, Schnetzer J, Fanini L, Faulwetter S, Pavloudi C, Vasileiadou A, Leary P, Hammock J, Schulz K, Parr CS, Arvanitidis C, Jensen LJ (2015). ENVIRONMENTS and EOL: identification of environment ontology terms in text and the annotation of the encyclopedia of life. Bioinformatics 31(11).

[24] Scapini F, Gambineri S, Rossano C, Elgtari M, Fanini L, Nourisson DH (2015). Talitrid orientation as bioindicator of shoreline stability: Protected headlands versus exposed extended beaches. Ecological Indicators 53: 28-36.

[23] Faulwetter S, Papageorgiou N, Koulouri P, Fanini L, Chatzinikolau E, Markantonatou V, Pavloudi C, Chatzigeorgiou G, Keklikoglou K, Vasileiadou K, Basset A, Pinna M, Rosati I, Reizopoulou S, Nicolaidou A, Arvanitidis C (2014). Resistance of polychaete species and trait patterns to simulated species loss in coastal lagoons. Journal of Sea Research 98: 73-82.

[22] Fanini L, Lowry JK (2014). Coastal talitrids and connectivity between beaches: A behavioural test. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 457:120-127.

[21] Fanini L, Longo S, Cervo R, Roversi PF, Mazza G (2014). Daily activity and non-random occurrence of captures in the Asian palm weevils. Ethology Ecology and Evolutiln 26: 195-203.

[20] Faulwetter S, Markantonatou V, Pavloudi C, Papageorgiou N, Keklikoglou K, Chatzinikolau E, Pafilis E, Chatzigeorgiou G, Vasileiadou K, Dailianis T, Fanini L, Koulouri P, Arvanitidis C (2014). Polytraits: A database on biological traits of marine polychaetes. Biodiveristy Data Journal 2: e1024

[19] Fanini L, Zampicinini G, Pafilis E (2013). Beach parties: a case study on recreational human use of the beach and its effects on mobile arthropod fauna. Ethology Ecology and Evolution 26:69-79.

[18] Lowry JK, Fanini L (2013). Substrate dependent talitrid amphipods from fragmented beaches on the north coast of Crete (Crustacea, Amphipoda, Talitridae), including a redefinition of the genus Orchestia and descriptions of Orchestia xylino sp. nov. and Cryptorchestia gen. nov. Zootaxa 3709: 201-229.

[17] Scapini F, Fanini L, Gambineri S, Nourisson DH, Rossano C (2013). Monitoring changes of sandy beaches in temperate areas through sandhoppers’ adaptations. Crustaceana 86: 932-954.

[16] Pafilis E, Frankild SP, Fanini L, Faulwetter S, Pavloudi C, Vasileiadou A, Arvanitidis C, Jensen LJ (2013). The SPECIES and ORGANISMS resources for fast and accurate identification of taxonomic names in text. PlosOne 8: e65390.

[15] Fanini L, Gecchele LV, Gambineri S, Bayed A, Coleman CO, Scapini F (2012) Behavioural similarities in different species of sandhoppers inhabiting transient environments, Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 420-421: 8-15.

[14] Fanini L, Marchetti GM, Baczewska A, Sztybor K, Scapini F (2012). Behavioural adaptation to different salinities inTalitrus saltator: Mediterranean vs. Baltic beaches, Marine and Freshwater Research 63: 275-281.

[13] Fanini L (2011). Animal Navigation in the classroom: Lessons from a pilot experience, Applied Environmental Education and Communication 10:178-187.

[12] Arvanitidis C, Faulwetter S, Chatzigeorgiou G, Penev L, Bankí O, Dailianis T, Pafilis E, Kouratoras M, Chatzinikolaou E, Fanini L et al.(2011). Engaging the broader community in biodiversity research: the concept of the COMBER pilot project for divers in ViBRANT. Zookeys 150:211–229.

[11] Ketmaier V, De Matthaeis E, Fanini L, Rossano C, Scapini F (2010). Beach dynamics have an impact on the variation of genetic and behavioral traits in the sandhopper Talitrus saltator (Crustacea, Amphipoda): a study case in southern Tuscany Ethology Ecology and Evolution 22: 17-35.

[10] Fanini L, Defeo O, Do Santos C, Scapini F (2009). Testing the Habitat Safety Hypothesis with behavioural field experiments: amphipod orientation on sandy beaches with contrasting morphodynamics, Marine Ecology Progress Series 392:133-14.

[9] Rossano C, Gambineri S, Fanini L, Durier V, Rivault C, Scapini F (2009). Behavioural adaptations in talitrids from two Atlantic beaches, Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science 85:573-584.

[8] Fanini L, Marchetti G M, Scapini F, Defeo O (2009). Effects of beach nourishment and groynes building on population and community descriptors of mobile arthropodofauna, Ecological Indicators 9:167-178.

[7] Fanini L, Fahd S (2009). Storytelling and environmental information: Connecting schoolchildren and herpetofauna in Morocco. Integrativa Zoology 4:178-185.

[6] Fanini L, Scapini F (2008). Variable orientation within a natural population of sandhopper Talitrus saltator (Crustacea:Amphipoda) as response to a variable environment. The case-study of Berkoukesh beach, Tunisia. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science 77: 163-168.

[5] Gambineri S, Rossano C, Durier V, Fanini L, Rivault C, Scapini F (2008). Orientation of littoral amphipods in two sandy beaches of Brittany (France) with wide tidal excursions. Chemistry Ecol 24:129-144.

[4] Fanini L, ElGtari M, Ghlala A, ElGtari-Chaabkane T, Scapini F (2007). From researchers to primary school: dissemination of scientific results on the beach. An experience of environmental education at Nefza, Tunisia. Oceanologia 49: 145-157.

[3] Fanini L, Marchetti GM, Scapini F, Defeo O (2007). Abundance and orientation responses of the sandhopperTalitrus saltator to beach nourishment and groynes building at San Rossore Regional Park, Tuscany, Italy, Marine Biology 152:1169-1179.

[2] Fanini L, Martìn Cantarino C, Scapini F (2005). Relationships between the dynamics of two Talitrus saltator populations and the impacts of activities linked to tourism. Oceanologia 47: 93-112.

[1] Scapini F, Chelazzi L, Colombini I, Fallaci M, Fanini L (2005). Orientation of sandhoppers at different points along a dynamic shoreline in southern Tuscany, Marine Biology 147: 919-926.

 

Chapters in collective volumes and books

[1] Fanini L, 2010. Chapter 3 “Integration of gender dimension in the socioeconomic analysis”, in “About Coastal Water Bodies – Nature and Culture Conflicts in the Mediterranean”, Scapini F & Ciampi G editors, Springer

[2] Fahd S, Bertelli L, Raihani Y, Fanini L, Oumoussa A, 2008. Bilingual (arabic-french) children book “Aventure au Royaume des Amphibiens et des Reptiles” [Adventure to the Kingdom of Amphibians and Reptiles], tipografia Bertelli ed., Florence.

[3] Massolo A, Fanini L, Ammannati M, Bencini C, 2008. Didactic book for students of Psychology “Biologia” [Biology], series Progress test, EDISES.