LANDINI, WALTER
 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 9.775
EU - Europa 5.024
AS - Asia 1.916
SA - Sud America 366
AF - Africa 141
OC - Oceania 40
Continente sconosciuto - Info sul continente non disponibili 9
Totale 17.271
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 9.292
IT - Italia 1.831
CN - Cina 1.057
SE - Svezia 947
BG - Bulgaria 508
CA - Canada 406
DE - Germania 375
UA - Ucraina 296
GB - Regno Unito 292
FI - Finlandia 213
VN - Vietnam 197
TR - Turchia 164
PE - Perù 159
CH - Svizzera 141
HK - Hong Kong 113
FR - Francia 95
JP - Giappone 86
RU - Federazione Russa 86
ES - Italia 78
CI - Costa d'Avorio 68
SG - Singapore 63
IN - India 62
CL - Cile 59
EC - Ecuador 57
BE - Belgio 53
MX - Messico 50
TW - Taiwan 50
SN - Senegal 43
BR - Brasile 42
KR - Corea 38
NL - Olanda 32
AR - Argentina 30
ID - Indonesia 22
NZ - Nuova Zelanda 22
PK - Pakistan 20
AU - Australia 18
NG - Nigeria 17
AT - Austria 16
PT - Portogallo 15
CO - Colombia 13
CZ - Repubblica Ceca 11
GR - Grecia 11
IL - Israele 10
CR - Costa Rica 9
EU - Europa 9
IR - Iran 9
SV - El Salvador 9
UZ - Uzbekistan 7
EG - Egitto 5
ZA - Sudafrica 5
DK - Danimarca 4
HN - Honduras 4
HU - Ungheria 4
MY - Malesia 4
PH - Filippine 4
PL - Polonia 4
AZ - Azerbaigian 3
IE - Irlanda 3
NO - Norvegia 3
SK - Slovacchia (Repubblica Slovacca) 3
BO - Bolivia 2
BS - Bahamas 2
CY - Cipro 2
JO - Giordania 2
RO - Romania 2
TH - Thailandia 2
UY - Uruguay 2
AE - Emirati Arabi Uniti 1
DZ - Algeria 1
GY - Guiana 1
KN - Saint Kitts e Nevis 1
MA - Marocco 1
MK - Macedonia 1
MZ - Mozambico 1
PA - Panama 1
PR - Porto Rico 1
VE - Venezuela 1
Totale 17.271
Città #
Woodbridge 1.488
Ann Arbor 1.182
Chandler 851
Houston 739
Sofia 507
Milan 498
Fairfield 481
Ashburn 445
Beijing 418
Jacksonville 368
Ottawa 356
New York 272
Princeton 247
Wilmington 238
Seattle 231
Serra 200
Lawrence 196
Redwood City 181
Medford 172
Nanjing 171
Cambridge 154
Izmir 149
Des Moines 124
Bern 118
Lima 115
Dearborn 77
Dong Ket 77
Florence 74
Hong Kong 70
Abidjan 68
Düsseldorf 67
Nanchang 66
Jüchen 61
Rome 52
Kunming 48
Boulder 47
Dakar 43
Alessandria 42
Brussels 41
Hebei 39
San Diego 38
Deltona 34
Sangolquí 32
Shenyang 32
Santiago 28
Changsha 27
Taipei 27
Marseille 26
Norwalk 26
Los Angeles 24
Tianjin 23
Pisa 22
Pune 22
Auburn Hills 21
Central District 21
Guangzhou 21
Jinan 21
Ogden 19
Washington 19
Boardman 18
Hefei 18
Islamabad 17
London 17
Lagos 16
Chicago 15
Hangzhou 15
Jiaxing 15
Livorno 15
Quito 15
Shanghai 15
Valencia 15
Frankfurt am Main 14
Fremont 14
Helsinki 14
Falls Church 13
Kocaeli 13
Vienna 13
Torino 12
Orange 11
Palma 11
Athens 10
Costa Mesa 10
Edinburgh 10
Lanzhou 10
Longwood 10
Lurago D'erba 10
West Jordan 10
Yuanlin 10
Bologna 9
Genoa 9
Lucca 9
San Salvador 9
Verona 9
Viareggio 9
Berkeley 8
Capannori 8
Greensboro 8
Guayaquil 8
Laramie 8
Seoul 8
Totale 11.744
Nome #
Swimming with Livyatan: a reconstruction of the vertebrate marine fauna that lived with the giant raptorial sperm whale from the Miocene of Peru 494
Sequence stratigraphy and paleontology of the Upper Miocene Pisco formation along the western side of the lower Ica Valley (Ica desert, Peru) 492
A well preserved skeleton of the fossil shark Cosmopolitodus hastalis from the late Miocene of Peru, featuring fish remains as fossilized stomach contents 293
Messapicetus longirostris a new genus and species of Ziphiidae (Cetacea) from the Late Miocene of "Pietra leccese" (Apulia; Italy) 287
Map of the fossils of the type locality of the giant raptorial sperm whale Livyatan melvillei (Miocene, Pisco Formation, Peru) 253
Fossil Marine Vertebrate in Cerro Colorado. The type locality of the giant raptorial Livyatan melvillei (Miocene, Pisco formation, Peru) 214
When paleontology meets technology: 3D reconstructions of fossil vertebrates from the Pisco Formation (Ica, Peru) 191
Fossil marine vertebrate in Cerro Los Quesos. Late Miocene, Pisco Formation, Peru 189
Geology of the Late Miocene at Cerro Los Quesos, Ica Desert, Peru Pisco Formation 174
Geological Map of the Late Miocene-Pliocene Pisco Formation at Cerro Colorado (Ica Desert, Peru) 172
First fossil record of stomach content for a baleen whale: fish remains associated to a Cetotheriidae from the Miocene of the Pisco Formation (Peru) 167
Piscivory in a Miocene Cetotheriidae of Peru: first record of fossilized stomach content for an extinct baleen-bearing whale 162
Did the giant fossil shark Carcharocles megalodon eat small prey? Insights from bitten mammalian bones from the late Miocene of Peru. 145
Late Miocene fish otoliths from the Colombacci Formation (Northern Apennines, Italy: Implications for the Messinian ‘Lago-mare’ event 143
Peri-Messinian Dwarfing in Mediterranean Metaxytherium (Mammalia: Sirenia): Evidence of Habitat Degradation Related to the Messinian Salinity Crisis 140
No deep diving: Evidence of predation on epipelagic fish for a stem beaked whale from the late Miocene of Peru 140
Mare versus Lago-mare. Marine fishes and the Mediterranean environment at the end of the Messinian Salinity Crisis 138
Early Miocene vertebrates from Montagna della Maiella, Italy 137
Did the Mediterranean marine reflooding precede the Mio-Pliocene boundary? Paleontological and geochemical evidence from upper Messinian sequences of Tuscany, Italy 136
Stratigraphic framework of the late Miocene to Pliocene Pisco Formation at Cerro Colorado (Ica Desert, Peru) 132
Preliminary investigations on the remarkable early Miocene marine vertebrate assemblage of Ullujaya (Chilcatay Formation, Pisco Basin, Peru) 131
Ground penetrating radar and palaeontology: The detection of Sirenian fossil bones under a sunflower field in Tuscany (Italy) 129
A new Early Miocene genus of the family Sciaenidae (Teleostei, Perciformes) from the eastern Paratethys 127
Did the giant extinct shark Carcharocles megalodon target small prey? Bite marks on marine mammal remains from the late Miocene of Peru 127
Tephrochronology and biostratigraphy of two exceptional fossil localities in the Pisco Formation (Peru) 127
Biogeographical relationships of some groups of fishes (teleosts) and cetaceans (odontocetes) in the Nediterranean during the Neogene 126
Paleontological and sedimentological observations on the Canoa Formation 126
A New short-rostrum odontocete (Mammalia:Cetacea) from the Middle Miocene of the eastern Netherlands 125
Relationships of Messapicetus longirostris (Cetacea, Ziphiidae) from the Miocene of south Italy 125
The old beach sediments of Puerto Villamil, Isabela Island, Galapagos Archipelago (Ecuador) 123
A fossil damselfish (Pisces, Pomacentridae) from the Late Miocene of Central Italy. Biological and Biogeographical considerations 121
Paleontologic and biostratigraphic observations on the Pliocene of Camarones (Esmeraldas, Ecuador) 120
Biogeographic relationships of the Galapagos terrestrial biota: parsimony analyses of endemicity based on reptiles, land birds and Scalesia land plants 120
Distribution of fossil marine vertebrates in Cerro Colorado, the type locality of the giant raptorial sperm whale Livyatan melvillei (Miocene, Pisco Formation, Peru) 120
A new fish bed from the Middle Miocene of Torricella Peligna 119
Killer sperm whale:a new basal physeteroid (Mammalia, Cetacea) from the Late Miocene of Italy 119
Campagnatico (GR). Nuovi resti fossili di vertebrati marini dalle sabbie plioceniche di una cava in località Sticcianese 119
On the ecotrophic role of the giant Neogene shark Carcharocles megalodon: some notes from the Pisco Formation of Peru 118
From Sea to Lake: the giant baleen Whale of San Giuliano (Matera, Italy): an evidence of Pleistocene body size increase acceleration 117
A leerfish (Teleostei, Carangidae) from the Messinian evaporites of the Vena del Gesso basin (Romagna Apennines, Italy)Paleogeographical and paleoecological implications 116
Allostratigraphy and paleontology of the lower Miocene Chilcatay Formation in the Zamaca area, East Pisco basin, southern Peru 115
L'Archeoceto nella Roccia - alle origini dei Cetacei. Mostra temporanea realizzata presso il Museo di Storia Naturale e del Territorio, Università di Pisa 113
Fossil Assemblages from the Pliocene Onzole Formation (Esmeraldas, NW Ecuador) and Their Implications in the Panamic Bioprovince Evolution 113
Killing in the Pliocene: shark attack on a dolphin from Italy 112
Stratigraphic evolution from shoreface to shelf-indenting channel depositional systems during transgression: Insights from the lower Pliocene Súa Member of the basal Upper Onzole Formation, Borbón Basin, northwest Ecuador 112
Paleoecology and paleobiogeography of fossil mollusks from Isla Isabela (Galápagos, Ecuador) 111
Palaeoecology and taphonomy of an extraordinary whale barnacle accumulation from the Plio-Pleistocene of Ecuador 110
Coarse grained deposits of Cerro Colorado, Isla Santa Cruz, Galapagos Archipelago (Ecuador) 110
Canoa Formation (Manabì Basin, Manta, western Ecuador) 109
Ritorno al Passato, un viaggio di 500 milioni di anni sui Monti Pisani. Mostra permanente realizzata presso il Museo di Storia Naturale e del Territorio, Università di Pisa 109
Coarse grained deposits of Cerro Colorado, Isla Santa Cruz, Galapagos (Ecuador) 108
L'archeoceto nella roccia. alle origini dei cetacei. 108
Basin physiography and tectonic influence on sequence architecture and stacking pattern: Pleistocene succession of the Canoa Basin (central Ecuador) 108
Change in diversity, ecological significance and biogeographical relationships of the Mediterranean Miocene toothed whale fauna 108
Evolutionary trends in the Plio-Pleistocene icthyofauna of the Mediterranean Basin:nature, timing and magnitude of the extinction events 106
A new vertebrate fossiliferous site from Late Quaternary of San Josè on the North Coast of Ecuador. Preliminary Note 105
Pliocene sediments of Camarones, Esmeraldas N-W Ecuador. 104
Taphonomic and paleoecological analyses (mollusks and fishes) of the Súa Member condensed shellbed, upper Onzole Formation (early Pliocene, Ecuador) 103
Sedimentology and high resolution sequence stratigraphy of the late middle to late Miocene Angostura Formation (western Borbón Basin, north-western Ecuador) 102
Piscivory in a Miocene Cetotheriidae of Peru: First record of fossilized stomach content for an extinct baleen-bearing whale 101
Trophic interactions between white sharks (Carcharaodon carcharias) and cetaceans: a comparison between Pliocene and Recent data from central Mediterranean Sea 100
A New fishfauna in the Plio-Pleistocene of Monte Singa (Calabria, Southern Italy) 98
Application of ground penetrating radar to locate sirenian remains from early Pliocene of Arcille (Grosseto, Italy). Geoitalia 2011, Torino, 19-23 Settembre 2011 98
New remains of Cetacea Odontoceti from the Pietra leccese (Apulia, Italy) 97
Stratigraphic framework of the late Miocene Pisco Formation at Cerro Los Quesos (Ica Desert, Peru) 97
A new ivhthyofauna from the upper Miocene of Ca' Matterella (Ravenna, Italy); Paleoecological and Paleobiogeographycal considerations 96
Towards a model for the genesis of the Pisco Formation Lagerstätte (Neogene, southern Peru) 96
Mediterranean White shark-cetaceans interactions through time: a comparision between Pliocene and recent data 95
Systematic and biogeographical relationships of some Neogenic Mediterranean groups of marine vertebrates (teleost fishs and odontocete cetaceans) 94
Diatomaceous mudstones of the Mio-Pliocene Pisco Formation, Peru: implications on vertrebrate preservation and role of volcanic ashes in fertilizing ocean surface. 93
The southernmost sirenian record in the eastern Pacific Ocean, from the Late Miocene of Chile 92
An Upper Messinian Ichthyofauna from Serredi quarry (Tuscany, Italy) 92
New records of Metaxytherium (Mammalia: Sirenia) from the late Miocene of Cisterna quarry (Apulia, southern Italy) 92
Some observations on the Pliocene Cetacea of the Mediterranean basin 90
Late Pliocene fossils of Ecuador and their role in the development of the Panamic bioprovince after the rising of Central American 90
Evolutionary dynamics in the fish faunas of the Mediterranean basin during the Plio-Pleistocene 90
Fish otoliths from the Messinian of Strada degli Archi (Tuscany, Italy). Taxonomy and palaeecology 89
Pliocene marine mammals from Italy: a systematic and stratigraphic overview 88
Whale barnacles and Neogene cetacean migration routes 88
Makaira cf. M. nigricans Lacépède, 1802 (Teleostei: Perciformes: Istiophoridae) from the Pietra Leccese, Late Miocene, Apulia, Southern Italy 87
A secondary nursery area for the copper shark Carcharhinus brachyurus from the late Miocene of Peru 87
The Neogene stratigraphic and paleogeographic evolution of the Mejillones Peninsula (northern Chile) and its relationship with long-term, subduction-related extensional tectonics 86
Marine fish remains from the Messinian "lago-mare" of Serredi quarry (Tuscany, Italy) 83
A new upper cretaceous titanosuar fossil assemblage in the northen Patagonia (Rio Negro, Argentina). Preliminary paleontological analysis and experimental goephysical applications 83
Il Paleogene. I vertebrati marini. 82
Un Museo per tutti: la tecnologia al servizio della conoscenza 81
TOWARDS A PALAEOECOLOGICAL RECONSTRUCTION OF THE MIOCENE VERTEBRATE FAUNAS OF THE PISCO FORMATION (PERU): GLIMPSES INTO THE PAST OF THE HUMBOLDT CURRENT ECOSYSTEM 80
Extentional fault dynamics and sedimentation: preliminary results from the Miocene deposits of the Caletta Herradura falf-Graben (Northen Chile) 79
Kogia pusilla from Middle Pliocene of Tuscany (Italy) and a phylogenetic analysis of family Kogiidae (Odontoceti, Cetacea) 79
Late Pliocene fossils of Ecuador and their role in the development of the Panamic bioprovince after the rising of the central American isthmus 79
Il Museo Paleontologico di Mondaino 79
Taphonomy and palaeoecology of the lower Miocene marine vertebrate assemblage of Ullujaya (Chilcatay Formation, East Pisco Basin, southern Peru) 79
Le cetofaune neogeniche del Mediterraneo 78
Pliocene marine mammals from Italy: a systematic and stratigraphic overview, 78
First cetacean fossil records from Ecuador, collected from the Mioocene of Esmeraldas Province 78
Makaira nigricans Lacèpede, 1802 (Teleostei:Perciformes:Istiophoridae) from the Pietra Leccese, Late Miocene, Apulia Southern Italy 77
Biogeographical significance of nothern extraprovincial fishes in the Pliocene of Ecuador 77
Methodologies for paeontological field research: early Pliocene sirenian paleosite in southern Tuscany. Geoitalia 2011, Torino, 19-23 Settembre 2011 77
Systematic and paleobiogeographical observations on the Gadid fish Gadiculus labiatus (Schubert, 1905) 77
ICA-LAB: un laboratorio di ricerca interdisciplinare nel Lagerstätte del deserto costiero di Ica (Perù) 76
Totale 12.278
Categoria #
all - tutte 37.949
article - articoli 0
book - libri 0
conference - conferenze 0
curatela - curatele 0
other - altro 0
patent - brevetti 0
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 0
Totale 37.949


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2018/2019657 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 264 229 164
2019/20202.394 327 241 155 152 207 179 274 145 192 181 295 46
2020/20211.656 106 70 100 70 183 63 141 198 157 163 94 311
2021/20222.323 41 217 38 186 440 286 95 118 88 55 120 639
2022/20232.541 380 328 210 218 255 337 34 180 371 34 148 46
2023/20242.334 346 305 285 216 381 404 125 134 84 54 0 0
Totale 17.634