Presentations

  • Marazzi L., Gaiser E.E. Drivers of temporal stability of core diatom species abundance in wetland benthic mats. AQUATROP. Quito (Ecuador), July 2018.
  • Marazzi L., Finlayson C.M., Gell P.A., Julian P., Kominoski J.S., Gaiser E.E. Successful Wetland Restoration Must Balance Benefits to Human Societies and Ecosystems. Society of Wetland Scientists (SWS) Annual Meeting. Denver, Colorado, May 2018. Session “Stemming the Deterioration of Wetlands: Good Practice Policy and Management Approaches II”.
  • Marazzi L. Benthic algae form submerged and floating forests. FIU Plant Talk. Nov. 2017.
  • Marazzi L. Subtropical wetlands: comparing primary producer diversity and dominance and addressing restoration challenges. Society of Wetland Scientists Webinar. Sep. 2017.
  • Marazzi L. How do freshwater algae respond to hydrology and limiting nutrients? Intercontinental comparisons across major subtropical wetlands. Nanjing Institute of Geography and Limnology, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Sep. 2016.
  • Marazzi L., Gaiser E.E., Jones V.J., Tobias F.A.C., and Mackay A.W. “Drivers of Algal Richness in the Okavango Delta and Everglades: resources, hydrology (and habitat)” (oral). 10th INTECOL Wetlands conference, Changshu (China), Sep. 2016.
  • Marazzi L. “The importance of metaphors and paradigms for wetland conservation” (oral) 10th INTECOL Wetlands conference, Changshu (China), Sep. 2016.
  • Marazzi L., Tobias F., and Gaiser E.E.. “Algal diversity enhances periphyton quality in the Florida Everglades, while dominant cyanobacteria maximize resource use efficiency” (oral). Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting 2016, Fort Lauderdale, Florida , Aug. 2016.
  • Marazzi L., Gaiser E.E., Jones V.J., Tobias F.A.C., Mackay A.W. “Algal richness in the Okavango Delta and Everglades: patterns and environmental controls” (poster). 2016 Florida Coastal Everglades Long-Term Ecological Research All Scientists Meeting. Miami, Florida, Mar. 2016.
  • Sola A., Gaiser E.E., Marazzi L.Assessing Drivers of Spatial and Temporal Trends of Nutrient Ratios in the Southern Everglades” (poster). 2016 Florida Coastal Everglades Long-Term Ecological Research All Scientists Meeting. Miami, Florida, Mar. 2016.
  • Marazzi L., Gaiser E.E. “Algal biodiversity in subtropical wetlands: an opportunity for comparative research” (poster). Greater Everglades Ecosystem Restoration. Coral Springs (FL, USA), Apr. 2015.
  • Marazzi L., Mackay A.W., Jones V.J. “Flooding disturbance and habitat heterogeneity enhance algal biodiversity in the Okavango Delta” (oral). Water resources and wetlands – 2 nd International Conference. Tulcea (Romania), Sep. 2014. Co-Chair of the “Deltas and Wetlands & Water policies” session.
  • Marazzi L. “Algal tales from the Okavango Delta”. Oral presentation at the 40th London Freshwater Group. Natural History Museum. London (UK), Nov. 2013.
  • Marazzi L., Mackay A.W., Jones V.J. Oral presentation at the 11th INTECOL Congress, Ecology: Into the next 100 years: “Hydrological and habitat controls on algal biodiversity and biomass in a subtropical floodp-pulsed wetland”. London (UK), Aug. 2013.
  • Marazzi L., Mackay A.W. Poster presentation at 9th INTECOL International Wetlands Conference: “What drives growth and biodiversity of algae in the Okavango Delta”. Orlando Florida (USA), Jun. 2012
  • Marazzi L. “Diatoms vs Green Algae in the Okavango Delta”. British Diatomists Meeting, Norfolk – Oct. 2011.
  • Marazzi L.Algae in the Okavango Delta: investigating the ‘invisible’ life”. UCL Research Poster competition 2011.
  • Marazzi L., Mackay, A.W., Ramberg L. “Phytoplankton biomass and biodiversity in the Okavango Delta”. Flood Pulsed Wetlands – International Symposium. Maun, Botswana, Feb. 2010.
  • Domptail S., Marazzi L., Costa L., Garcia-Llorente M., Prior G., Proenca V.. Poster presentation at Diversitas OSC2 “Educating scientists for interdisciplinary research on  biodiversity and ecosystem management”. Cape Town, South Africa, Oct. 2009.
  • Marazzi L., Bosello F., Mackay A.W. Poster presentation for Summer School “Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services” “Study of the impacts of climate change on ecosystem services: environmental and economic aspects”. Peyresq, France, Sep. 2008.

  • Marazzi L. “Migrations in the climate change era seminar, LIPU – Italian League for the Protection of Birds. Cesano Maderno (Milan), Italy, 4 October 2007. (in Italian)

  • Esposito S., Manfreda S., Marazzi L.,  Mari L., Marzadri A., Nicotina L., Pellachini C., Rubol S. “Imitation of Sustainable Behaviors”.  Presentation of results of the Working group in Theoretical Ecology. Summer School “Pathways to Environmental Sustainability”, Venice, Jun. 2007

  • Marazzi L. “The ongoing climate change: impacts on man and ecosystems”. Public conference “Kyoto calls Milan: climate is changing, what about you?”. University of Milan Bicocca, Italy, Feb. 2007

  • Poster presentations at “PM2006” Second National Congress on Atmospheric Particulate. Firenze, Italy, Sep. 2006 (in Italian): a) Marazzi L., Caserini S., Bosco C., Lapi M., Crovetto G.M, Ballarin Denti A. “Estimate of wood consumption for domestic heating in Lombardy and of consequent PM emissions” & b) Marazzi L., Bosco C., Petraccone S., Bolzacchini E., Lapi M., Ballarin Denti A. “On-line review of research projects on particulate matter in Italy and abroad”.
  • Marazzi L. “The changing climate and air pollution” public conference “Society, Economy and Environment in Parabiago”. Parabiago (Milan), Italy, Feb. 2006 (in Italian)
  • Marazzi L. “Emissions de particules par la combustion du bois en Lombardie (Italie)”. Technique conference – winter smog in Quebec. Montrèal, Canada  (in French in teleconference), Oct. 2005
  • Marazzi L. “An extensive survey on wood combustion for domestic heating in Lombardy: implications for PM emission inventory” presentation and conference paper 14th US-EPA International Emission Inventory Conference.  Las Vegas, USA, Apr. 2005

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