Urban mammals in Italy
Marco Apollonio graduated at the University of Milan in 1981, he spent three years as research fellowship at the National Institute of Wildlife Biology and is from 2000 full professor of Zoology at the Department of Veterinary Medicine, University of Sassari. Here he directed the Department of Zoology and Evolutionary Genetics and the Doctoral course in Environmental Biology; at present is responsible of the International Master Course in Wildlife Management, Conservation and Control. He was president of the Italian Society of Mammalogy (ATIT). His main research interests are behavioral ecology, ecological genetics, management, and conservation of large mammals. His scientific production consists of 193 peer refereed papers, 17 book chapters, 5 internationally edited books.