Carmelo Maria Musarella

"Mediterranea" University of Reggio Calabria

Carmelo Maria Musarella, PhD (Reggio Calabria, Italy – 23/01/1975) is a biologist, specializing in plant biology. He studied and worked in several European Universities: Messina, Catania, Reggio Calabria, Rome (Italy), Valencia, Jaén, Almeria (Spain), and Evora (Portugal). He was the Adjunct Professor of Plant Biology at the “Mediterranea” University of Reggio Calabria (Italy). His research topics are: floristic, vegetation, habitat, biogeography, taxonomy, ethnobotany, endemisms, alien species, and biodiversity conservation. He has authored many research articles published in indexed journals and books. He has been the guest editor for Plant Biosystems and a referee for this same journal and others. He is a member of the permanent scientific committee of International Seminar on “Biodiversity Conservation and Management”, which includes several European universities. He has participated in several international and national congresses, seminars, workshops, and presentations of oral communications and posters.

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Today it is not easy to talk about habitats and to think about the various threats facing them. We are living in an age in which we are poised between having everything immediately, and maintaining good living conditions on Earth. Unfortunately, this is almost impossible!For this reason it is important that everyone understands the importance of the habitats of the world and the inhabitants: including humans!This book aims to describe some of the world's habitats, their characteristics, and their daily threats. This is done in the hope that our children will see all of this tomorrow. Enjoy reading!

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