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Laboratoire d'Ecogéochimie des Environnements Benthiques
UMR 8222

BRAMANTI Lorenzo

Domaine d’expertise

Dynamique des fonctions et de la diversité de communautés associées au espèces ingénieures dans la zone d'interface côtière.

• Écologie et conservation des récifs coralliens et des gorgones méditerranéennes

• Dynamique des populations, dynamique des métapopulations et conservation des espèces à vie longue.

• Conservation et gestion du corail rouge méditerranéen (Corallium rubrum).

• Effets de l'acidification des océans et du changement climatique mondial.

Coordonnées

Téléphone : 04-30-19-24-96
Courriel(s) : lorenzo.bramanti@obs-banyuls.fr

Fonction et rattachement

Chargé de Recherches CR1 CNRS

Carrière

2013-2014 Assistant de recherche postdoctorant LECOB -UPM-CNRS

2012–2013 Assistant de recherche postdoctorant à l'Université de CalState Northridge, Californie

2009-2011 Assistant de recherche postdoctorant au ICM-CSIC, Barcelone, Espagne

2007-2009 Chercheur Postdoctorant, Université de Pise, Italie.

2009 Enseignant, Faculté des Sciences de l'Environnement, Université de Pise, Italie.

2006 Conférencier, Faculté des Sciences Biologiques, Université de Pise, Italie.

2006 Conférencier, Faculté des Sciences de l'Environnement, Université de Pise, Italie.

2007 Enseignant, Faculté des Sciences Biologiques, Université de Pise, Italie.

Encadrement d'étudiants

Thèses : Nuria Viladrich (UAB, Espagne), Mariana Padron (UPMC, France), Carlotta Benedetti (Univ. de Pise, Italie)

Master II : Angela Martinez-Quintana, Elisabet Perez Albedejo (UB, Espagne), Maricel Guron (UAB, Espagne); Andrea Gori (Univ. de Pise, Italie), Elisabetta Filosi (Univ. de Pise, Italie), Ingrid Razionale (Univ. de Pise, Italie),

Master I : Maria Fruzzetti (Univ. de Pise, Italie), Michele Cecchi (Univ. de Pise, Italie), Damiano Bonatti (Univ. de Pise, Italie), Luca Gandini (Univ. de Pise, Italie), Sara Fabiani (Univ. de Pise, Italie), Fanny Argiro (UPMC, France), Sara Atienza (Univ. de Barcelone, Espagne), Chloé Carbonne (Univ. de Brest, France).

Publications

2017

  • Bramanti L, Benedetti MC, Cupido R, Cocito S, Priori C, Erra F, Iannelli M, Santangelo G. 2017. Demography of Animal Forests: The Example of Mediterranean Gorgonians. In book: Marine Animal Forests, pp.1-20. [DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-17001-5_13-1].

2016

  • Lartaud F, Galli G, Raza A, Priori C, Benedetti MC, Cau A, Santangel G, Iannelli M, Solidoro C, Bramanti L 2016. Growth Patterns in Long-Lived Coral Species. In book: Marine Animal Forests, pp.1-32. [DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-17001-5_15-1].
  • Galli G, Bramanti L, Priori C, Rossi S, Santangeo G, Tsounis G, Solidoro C 2016. Modelling red coral (Corallium rubrum) growth in response to temperature and nutrition. Ecological Modelling 337:137-148.
  • Costantini F, Gori A, Lopez-González P,  Bramanti L,  Rossi S,  Gili JM, Abbiati M.2016. Limited genetic connectivity between Mediterranean gorgonian morphotypes along a depth gradient. PLoS ONE 11(8):e0160678.
  • Viladrich N, Bramanti L, Tsounis G, Chocarro B, Martínez-Quitana A, Ambroso S, Madurell T, Rossi S. 2016. Variations of lipid and free fatty acid contents during spawning in two temperate octocorals with different reproductive strategies:surface versus internal brooder. Coral reefs. DOI 10.1007/s00338-016-1440-1.
  • Bramanti L, Edmunds PJ. 2016. Density-dependent recruitment mediates coral population dynamics on a coral reef. Coral Reefs. Volume 35, Issue 2, pp 543–553. DOI 10.1007/s00338-016-1413-4.
  • Cau A, Bramanti L, Cannas R, Follesa MC, Angiolillo M, Canese S, Bo M, Cuccu D, Guizien K. 2016. Habitat constraints and self-thinning shape Mediterranean red coral deep population structure: implications for conservation practice. Scientific report 6.: 23322. DOI: 10.1038/srep23322,

2015

  • Bramanti L, Iannelli M, Fan TY, Edmunds PJ. 2015. Demographic models forecast the effects of climate change on scleractinian corals: Pocillopora damicornis as a case study. Coral Reefs. Volume 34, Issue 2, pp 505–515. [DOI 10.1007/s00338-015-1269-z].
  • Raza A, Bramanti L, Perveen R, Shaukat SS 2015. A New record of a hard coral species Galaxea fascicularis (Linnaeus, 1767) of (Scleractinia; Anthozoa; Hexacorallia; Zooantharia; Family Oculinidae, Gray, 1847) collected from Paradise Point, Arabian Sea, Sindh Coast, Pakistan. International Journal of Fauna and Biological Studies 2015; 2(5): 13-15.
  • Lenz E, Bramanti L, Lasker HR, Edmunds PJ. long-term variation in of octocoral populations in St. John, US Virgin Islands. Coral Reefs. Vol. 34 Issue 4, p1099-1109. [DOI 10.1007/s00338-015-1315-x].
  • Santangelo G, Cupido R, Cocito S, Bramanti L, Priori C, Erra F, Iannelli M. 2015. Effects of increased mortality on gorgonian corals (Cnidaria, Octocorallia): different demographic features may lead affected populations to unexpected recovery and new equilibrium points. Hydrobiologia.  759:171–187. [DOI: 10.1007/s10750-015-2241-1]

2014

  • Martinez-Quintana A, Bramanti L, Viladrich N, Rossi S, Guizien K. Quantification of Corallium rubrum larvae motility behavior: implications for population connectivity. Marine Biology, Volume 162, Issue 2, pp 309–318 [doi: 10.1007/s00227-014-2599-z].
  • Guizien K and Bramanti L Modelling ecological complexity for marine species conservation: the effect of variable connectivity on species spatial distribution and age structure. Theor Biol Forum. 2014;107(1-2):47-56.
  • Gazeau F, Alliouane S, Bock C, Bramanti L, López Correa M, Gentile M, Hirse T, Pörtner HO, Ziveri P. Impact of ocean acidification and warming on the Mediterranean mussel (Mytilus galloprovincialis). Frontiers in Marine Science Volume 1, article 62. [doi: 10.3389/fmars.2014.00062].
  • Bramanti L Vielmini I, Rossi S, Tsounis G, Iannelli M, Cattaneo-Vietti R, Priori C, Santangelo G Demographic parameters of two populations of red coral (Corallium rubrum) in the North Western Mediterranean. Marine Biology 161: 1015-1026 [doi: 10.1007/s00227- 013-2383-5].
  • Edmunds PJ, Burgess SC, Putnam HM, Baskett ML, Bramanti L, Fabina NS, Han X, Lesser MP, Madin JS, Wall CB, Yost DM, Gates RD Evaluating the causal basis of ecological success within the scleractinia: an integral Projection Model approach. Marine Biology. 161(12): 2719-2734. [doi:10.1007/s00227-014-2547-y]

2013

  • Bramanti L., Movilla J., Guron M., Calvo E., Gori A., Dominguez-Carriò C., Martinez-Quintana A., Pelejero C., Lopez-Sanz A., Ziveri P., Rossi S. Detrimental effects of ocean acidification on the economically important Mediterranean red coral (Corallium rubrum). Global Change Biology. 19:1897-1908. doi: 10.1111/gcb.12171
  • Gori A, Orejas c, Madurell T, Bramanti L, Martins M, Quintanilla E, Marti-Puig P, Lo Iacono C, Puig P, Requena S, Greenacre M and Gili JM. Bathymetrical distribution and size structure of cold-water coral populations in the Cap de Creus and Lacaze-Duthiers canyons (northwestern Mediterranean). Biogeosciences, 10, 2049-2060.
  • Dufault AM, Ninokawa A, Bramanti L, Cumbo VR, Fan TY and Edmunds PJ. The role of light in mediating the effects of ocean acidification on coral calcification. Journal of Experimental Biology. doi:10.1242/jeb.080549.
  • Tsounis G., Rossi S., Bramanti L., Santangelo G. Management hurdles for sustainable harvesting of Corallium rubrum. Marine Policy 39: 361-364.

2012

  • Gori A., Bramanti L., Lopez-Gonzalez P., Thoma J.N. Gili J.M., Grinyo J., Uceira V. And Rossi S. Characterization of the zooxanthellate and azooxanthellate morphotypes of the Mediterranean gorgonian Eunicella singularis. Marine Biology 159 (7): 1485-1496.
  • Rossi S., Bramanti L., Broglio E. And Gili J.M. Trophic impact of long-lived species indicated by population dynamics in the short-lived hydrozoan Eudendrium racemosum. Mar Ecol Prog Ser. 467:97-111.
  • Santangelo G., Bramanti L., Rossi S., Tsounis G., Vielmini I., Lott C., Gili J.M. Patterns of variation in recruitment and post-recruitment processes of the Mediterranean precious gorgonian coral Corallium rubrum. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 411: 7-13.
  • Gori A., Viladrich N, Gili J-M., Kotta M., Cucio C., Magni L., Bramanti L. and Rossi S. Reproductive cycle and trophic ecology in deep versus shallow populations of the Mediterranean gorgonian Eunicella singularis (Cap de Creus, northwestern Mediterranean Sea). Coral Reefs 31(3): 823-837.
  • Cupido R., Cocito S., Manno V., Ferrando S., Peirano A., Iannelli M., Bramanti L., Santangelo G. Sexual structure of a highly reproductive, recovering gorgonian population: quantifying reproductive output. Mar Ecol Prog Ser. 469: 25-36.
  • Tsounis G., Martínez L., Viladrich N., Bramanti L., Martínez A., Gili JM., Rossi S. Effects of human impact on the reproductive effort and allocation of energy reserves in the Mediterranean octocoral Paramuricea clavata. Mar Ecol. Prog. Ser. 449: 161-172.

2011

  • Bramanti L., Vielmini I., Rossi S. Stolfa S. Santangelo G. Involvement of recreational scuba divers in emblematic species monitoring: The case of Mediterranean red coral (Corallium rubrum). Journal for Nature Conservation 19 (5): 312-318.
  • Benedetti A., Bramanti L., Tsounis G., Faimali M., Pavanello G., Rossi S., Gili J.M., Santangelo G. Applying cathodically polarized substrata to the restoration of a high value coral. Biofouling, 27:7, 799-809.
  • Arrigoni M., Manfredi P., Panigada S., Bramanti L. and Santangelo G. Life-history tables of the Mediterranean fin whale from stranding data. Marine Ecology 32 (1): 1-9.

2010

  • Santangelo G., Bramanti L. Quantifying the decline in Corallium rubrum populations. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 418: 295-297.
  • Tsounis G., Rossi S., Grigg, R., Santangelo G., Bramanti L., Gili J.M. The Exploitation and Conservation of Precious Corals. Oceanography & Marine Biology: An Annual Review, Volume 48: 161-212.

2009

  • Bramanti L., Santangelo G., Iannelli M. Mathematical modelling for conservation and management of gorgonians corals: young and olds, could they coexist? Ecological Modelling 20 (21): 2851-2856.

2008

  • Rossi S., Tsounis G., Orejas C., Padrón T., Gili J.M., Bramanti L., Teixidó N. and Gutt J. Survey of deep-dwelling red coral (Corallium rubrum ) populations at Cap de Creus (NW Mediterranean). Marine Biology 154 (3): 533-545.

2007

  • Bramanti L., Rossi S., Tsounis G., Gili J.M., Santangelo G. Settlement and early survival of red coral on settlement plates: some clues for demography and restoration. Hydrobiologia 580: 219-224.
  • Santangelo G., Bramanti L., Iannelli. Population dynamics and conservation biology of the over-exploited Mediterranean Red coral. Journ Theor Biol 244: 416-423.

2006

  • Santangelo G. and Bramanti L. Ecology through time: an overview. Rivista di Biologia/Biology Forum 99: 395-424.
  • Tsounis G., Rossi S., Laudien J., Bramanti L., Fernandez N., Gili J.M., Arntz W. Diet and seasonal prey capture rates in Mediterranean red coral (Corallium rubrum L.). Marine Biology 149 (2): 313 325.

2005

  • Bramanti L., Magagnini G., De Maio L., Santangelo G. Recruitment, early survival and growth of the Mediterranean red coral Corallium rubrum (L 1758), a 4-year study. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 314: 69-78.
  • Santangelo G., Bisconti M., Santini F., Bramanti L. It happened...Estinzioni e conservazione: il ruolo dei modelli nello studio e nella tutela della diversità biologica. Rivista di Biologia /Biology Forum 98: 13-38.

2004

  • Santangelo G., Maggi E., Bramanti L. and Bongiorni L. Demography of the overexploited Mediterranean red coral (Corallium rubrum L. 1758). Scientia Marina .67 (Suppl 3) 199 - 204.

2003

  • Bramanti L., Magagnini G., Santangelo G. Settlement and recruitment: the first stages in the life cycle of two epibenthic suspension feeders (Corallium rubrum and Anomia ephippium). Ital. J. Zool., 70: 175-178.
  • Santangelo G., Carletti E., Maggi E., Bramanti L. Reproduction and population of the sexual structure of the overexploited Mediterranean red coral Corallium rubrum. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 248: 99-108.

PUBLICATIONS GRAND PUBLIC

2005 Rossi S., Bramanti L., Tsounis G. and Gili J.M. - 2005. Recuperaciòn del coral rojo. Investigaciòn y Ciencia. Enero 2005:40-4

Subventions et bourse obtenues

2013 Bourse de recherche postdoctorale Programme LITEAU IV Projet ROC CONNECT

2013 NSF (National Science Foundation) Recherche collaborative - RUI-Ecology and functional biology of octocoral communities (Non PI, significant collaborator)

2012 Subvention NSF Université Calstate, Californie, Etats-Unis : effects of Ocean Acidification on the early life stages of scleractinian corals

2009 Bourse postdoctorale Marie Curie Intra European  à l'Institut des Sciences de la Mer, Barcelone, Espagne: “Mediterranean red coral management and conservation”. Coordinateur: Prof. J.M. Gili.

2007 Bourse Postdoctorale du Département de Biologie, Université de Pise: “Study of the Mediterranean Corallium rubrum populations (Responsable prof. G. Santangelo).

2006 Bourse Luigi e Francesca Brusarosco : bourse postdoctorale de la SItE (Italian Society of Ecology) à 'ICM-CSIC de Barcelone, Espagne, (Responsable Prof J.M Gili).

2001 Bourse de thèse en Biologie évolutive (3 ans) de l'Université de Pise.

Autres activités

• Relecteur de manuscripts pour des journaux dont Biological Conservation, PLOS ONE, Marine Biology, Invertebrate Biology, Aquatic Biology and Scientia Marina, Marine Ecology Progress Series.

• Intervention dans les écoles locales en relation avec la Compagnie Seaproject s.a.s,  dans le but de sensibiliser les étudiants à l'environnement marin. Je participe aux programmes d'observation des baleines avec les agences locales en Espagne et en Italie.

Prix et distinctions

BREVET :

2006 : Giovanni Santangelo and Lorenzo Bramanti. Méthode pour la reproduction du Corail rouge et autres anthozoaires  (Metodo per la riproduzione di corallo rosso e altri antozoi) Patent n.PI2006A000126

Diplômes français et étrangers

Licence : Université de Pise, Italie.

Major : Biologie Marine. Diplôme en Sciences Biologiques, 2000

Thèse en Biologie évolutive : Université de Pise, Italie, 2004

Post-doct :

1. Université de Pise, Italie (responsable : Prof. G. Santangelo) - 2007-2009

2. ICM-CSIC, Barcelone, Espagne (responsable : Prof. J.M. Gili) – 2009-2011

3. Université de CalState, Northridge, Californie, Etats-Unis  (responsable : Prof. P.J. Edmunds) 2012-2013

4. UPMC-LECOB, Observatoire Océanologique de Banyuls, Banyuls-sur-mer, France (responsable: Dr K. Guizien)

Lorenzo Bramanti (lorenzo.bramanti @ obs-banyuls.fr) - 30/03/17

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