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Luberti GMarco, Marra F, Florindo F.  2017.  A review of the stratigraphy of Rome (Italy) according to geochronologically and paleomagnetically constrained aggradational successions, glacio-eustatic forcing and volcano-tectonic processes. Quaternary International. 430:40-67.
Llopart M, Coppola E, Giorgi F, da Rocha RP, Cuadra SV.  2014.  Climate change impact on precipitation for the Amazon and La Plata basins. Climatic Change. 25(1):111-125.
Llasat M C, Marcos ül, Llasat-Botija M, Gilabert J, Turco M, í P.  2014.  Flash flood evolution in North-Western Mediterranean. Atmospheric Research. 149:230-243.
Llasat M.C, Turco M., Quintana-Seguí P., Llasat-Botija M..  2014.  The snow storm of 8 March 2010 in Catalonia (Spain): a paradigmatic wet-snow event with a high societal impact. Natural Hazards and Earth System Science. 14:427–441.
Lirer F, Sprovieri M, Vallefuoco M, Ferraro L, Pelosi N, Giordano L, Capotondi L.  2014.  Planktonic foraminifera as bio-indicators for monitoring the climatic changes occurred during the last 2000 years in the SE Tyrrhenian Sea. Integrative Zoology Journal. 9:542-554.
Leonelli G., Battipaglia G., Cherubini P., Saurer M., Siegwolf R.T.W., Maugeri M., Stenni B., Fumagalli M.L., Pelfini M., Maggi V..  2019.  Tree-ring δ18O from an Alpine catchment reveals changes in glacier stream water inputs between 1980 and 2010. ARCTIC, ANTARCTIC, AND ALPINE RESEARCH. 51(1):250–264.
Leonelli G, Coppola A, C SMaria, Baroni C, Battipaglia G, Gentilesca T, Ripullone F, Borghetti M, Conte E, Tognetti R et al..  2017.  Climate signals in a multispecies tree-ring network from central and southern Italy and reconstruction of the late summer temperatures since the early 1700s. Climate of the Past. 13(11):1451-1471.
Leonelli G, Battipaglia G, Cherubini P, Saurer M, Siegwolf RTV, Maugeri M, Stenni B, Fusco S, Maggi V, Pelfini M.  2017.  Larix decidua δ18O tree-ring cellulose mainly reflects the isotopic signature of winter snow in a high-altitude glacial valley of the European Alps. Science of the Total Environment. 579:230-237.