Articles (peer reviewed)

138. J. Valdazo, Viera, M.A., Tuya, F. 2020. Seasonality in the canopy structure of the endangered brown macroalga Cystoseira abies-marina at Gran Canaria Island (Canary Islands, eastern Atlantic). European Journal of Phycology 55(3): 253-265.

137. F. Tuya. 2020.  Structure and Biodiversity of Rhodolith Seabeds: A Special Issue. Diversity 12: 300.

136. F. Tuya, Asensio, M., Navarro, A. 2020. “Urbanite” rays and sharks: presence, habitat use and population structure in an urban semi-enclosed lagoon. Regional Studies in Marine Science 37: 101342.

135. P. Manent, Bañolas, G., Alberto, F., Curbelo, L., Espino, F., Tuya, F. 2020. Long-term seagrass degradation: Integrating landscape, demographic, and genetic responses. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 30(6): 1111-1120.

134. L. Rodríguez, García, J.J., Tuya, F., Martínez, B. 2020. Environmental factors driving the distribution of the tropical coral Pavona varians: Predictions under a climate change scenario. Marine Ecology 41:e12590.

133. C. Sánchez-Latorre, Triay-Portella, R., Cosme, M., Tuya, F., Otero-Ferrer, F.J. 2020. Brachyuran Crabs (Decapoda) Associated with Rhodolith Beds: Spatio-Temporal Variability at Gran Canaria Island. Diversity 12: 223.

132. F. Espino, Otero-Ferrer, F.J., Bosch, N.E., Coca, J., Haroun, R., Tuya, F. 2020. Widespread demographic explosion of a non-indigenous hydrozoan on an oceanic island. Scientia Marina 84(2): 111-118.

131. S. Navarro-Mayoral, Fernandez-Gonzalez, V., Otero-Ferrer, F., Tuya, F. 2020. Spatio-temporal variability of amphipod assemblages associated with rhodolith seabeds. Marine and Freshwater Research 71: 1–8.

130. G. Bañolas, Fernández, S., Espino, F., Haroun, R., Tuya, F. Evaluation of carbon sinks by the seagrass Cymodocea nodosa at an oceanic island: spatial variation and economic valuation. Ocean and Coastal Management 187: 105112.

129. F. Otero-Ferrer, Cosme, M., Tuya, F., Espino, F., Haroun, R. 2020. Effect of depth and seasonality on the functioning of rhodolith seabeds. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 235: 106579.

128. L. Rodríguez, Martínez, B., Tuya, F. 2019. Atlantic corals under climate change: modelling distribution shifts to predict richness, phylogenetic structure and trait-diversity changes. Biodiversity and Conservation 28: 3873–3890.

127. F. Espino, Tuya, F., del Rosario, A., Bosch, N., Coca, J., González-Ramos, A.J., del Rosario, F., Otero-Ferrer, F.J., Moreno, A.C., Haroun, R. Geographical range extension of the Spotfin burrfish, Chilomycterus reticulatus L. 1758, in the Canary Islands: response to ocean warming? Diversity 11: 230.

126. J. Fernández-Zabala, Amorim, A., Tuya, F., Soler-Onís, E.2019. Benthic dinoflagellates: testing the reliability of the ꞌartificial substrateꞌ method in the macaronesian region. Harmful Algae 87: 101634

125. L. Rodríguez, López, C., Casado-Amezua, P., Ruiz-Ramos, D.V., Martínez, B., Banaszak, A., Tuya, F., García-Fernández, A., Hernández, A. 2019. Genetic relationships of the hydrocoral Millepora alcicornis and its symbionts within and between locations across the Atlantic. Coral Reefs 38: 255-268.

124. D. Jiménez-Alvarado, Sarmiento-Lezcano, A., Guerra-Marrero, A., Tuya, F., Santana del Pino, A., Sealey, M.J., Castro, J.J. 2019. Historical photographs of captures of recreational fishers indicate overexploitation of nearshore resources at an oceanic island. Journal of Fish Biology 94: 857–864.

123. F. Tuya, Fernández-Torquemada, Y., Zarcero, J., del Pilar Ruso, Y., Csenteri, I., Espino, F., Manent, P., Curbelo, L., Antich, A., de la Ossa, J.A. Royo, L., Castejón, I., Procaccini, G., Terrados, J., Tomas, F. 2019. Biogeography modulates seagrass resistance to small-scale perturbations. Journal of Ecology 107: 1263–1275.

122. F. Tuya, Asensio, M., Bosch, N., García, A., Navarro, A. 2019. Partitioning multiple diversity dimensions of nearshore fish assemblages within a coastal seascape. Hydrobiologia 834: 87–102.

121. P. Casado‑Amezua, Araújo, R., Bárbara, I., Bermejo, R., Borja, A., Díez, I., Fernández, C., Gorostiaga, J.M., Guinda, X., Hernández, I., Juanes, J.A., Peña, V., Peteiro, C., Puente, A., Quintana, I., Tuya, F., Viejo, R.M., Altamirano, M., Gallardo, T., Martínez, B. 2019. Distributional shifts of canopy‑forming seaweeds from the Atlantic coast of Southern Europe. Biodiversity and Conservation 28: 1151-1172.

120. F. Otero-Ferrer, Mannara, E., Cosme, M., Falace, A., Montiel-Nelson, J.A., Espino, F., Haroun, R., Tuya, F. 2019. Early-faunal colonization patterns of discrete habitat units: A case study with rhodolith-associated vagile macrofauna. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 218: 9–22.

119. G.M Martins, Arenas, F., Tuya, F., Ramírez, R., Neto, A.I., Jenkins, S.R. 2018. Successional convergence in experimentally disturbed intertidal communities. Oecologia 186:507–516.

118. R. Triay-Portella, Escribano, A., Pajuelo, J.G., Tuya, F. 2018. Perception of faunal circadian rhythms depends on sampling technique. Marine Environmental Research 134: 68–75.

117. T. Wernberg, Coleman, M.A., Bennett, S., Thomsen, M.S., Tuya, F., Kelaher, B.P. 2018. Genetic diversity and kelp forest vulnerability to climatic stress. Scientific Reports 8: 1851.

116. F. Tuya, Herrero-Barrencua, A., Bosch, N., Abreu, A., Haroun, R. 2017. Reef fishes at a remote tropical island (Principe Island, Gulf of Guinea): disentangling taxonomic, functional and phylogenetic diversity patterns with depth. Marine and Freshwater Research 69: 395-402.

115. E.K.M Meyers, Tuya, F., Barker, J., Jiménez-Alvarado, D., Castro, J.J., Haroun, R., Rodder, D. 2017. Population structure, distribution and habitat use of the critically endangered angelshark, Squatina squatina, in the Canary Islands. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Research 27(6): 1133-1144.

114. Franco, J.N., Tuya, F., Bertocci, I., Rodríguez, L., Martínez, B., Sousa-Pinto, I., Arenas, F. 2018. The ‘golden kelp’ Laminaria ochroleuca under global change: integrating multiple eco-physiological responses with species distribution models. Journal of Ecology 106: 47-58.

113.  J. Valdazo, Viera-Rodríguez, M.A., Espino, F., Haroun, R., Tuya, F. 2017. Massive decline of Cystoseira abies-marina forests in Gran Canaria Island (Canary Islands, eastern Atlantic). Scientia Marina 81(4): 499-507.

112. F. Otero-Ferrer, González, J.A., Freitas, M., Araujo, R., Azevedo, J.M.N., Holt, W.V., Tuya, F., Haroun, R. 2017. When natural history collections reveal secrets on data deficient threatened species: Atlantic seahorses as a case study. Biodiversity and Conservation 26: 2791–2802.

111. F. Tuya, J.F. Betancort, R. Haroun, Espino, F., Lomoschitz, A., Meco, J. 2017. Seagrass paleo-biogeography: fossil records reveal the presence of Halodule cf. in the Canary Islands (eastern Atlantic). Aquatic Botany 143: 1-7.

110. R. Riera, Pérez, O., Cromey, C., Rodríguez, M., Ramos, E., Álvarez, O., Domínguez, J., Monterroso, O., Tuya, F.  2017. MACAROMOD: A tool to model particulate waste dispersion and benthic impact from offshore sea-cage aquaculture in the Macaronesian region. Ecological Modelling 361: 122–134.

109. N.E. Bosch, Gonçalves, J.M.S., Erzini, K, Tuya, F. 2017. “How” and “what” matters: Sampling method affects biodiversity estimates of reef fishes. Ecology and Evolution 7: 4891–4906.

108. N.E. Bosch, Gonçalves, J.M.S., Tuya, F., Erzini, K. 2017. Marinas as habitats for nearshore fish assemblages: comparative analysis of underwater visual census, baited cameras and fish traps. Scientia Marina 81(2): : 159-169.

107. C. Angulo-Preckler, Tuya, F., Avila, C. 2017. Abundance and size patterns of echinoderms in coastal soft-bottoms at Deception Island (South Shetland Islands, Antarctica). Continental Shelf Research 137: 131–141.

106. F. Espino, Triay-Portella, R., González, J.A., Haroun, R., Tuya, F. 2016. Length-weight relationships of ten teleost fish species from seagrass meadows at the Canary Islands (North-eastern Atlantic). Cybium 40(4): 323-325.

105. T. Wernberg, Bennett, S., Babcock,R.C. de Bettignies, T., Cure, K., Depczynski, M., Dufois, F., Fromont, J., Fulton, C.J. Hovey, R.K., Harvey, E.S., Holmes, T.H., Kendrick,G.A., Radford, B., Santana-Garcon, J., Saunders, B.J., Smale, D.A., Thomsen, M.S., Tuckett, C.A., Tuya, F., Vanderklift, M.A., Wilson, S. 2016. Climate-driven regime shift of a temperate marine ecosystem. Science 353(6295): 169-172.

104. F. Tuya, Betancor, S., Fabbri, F., Espino, F. Haroun, R. 2016. Photo-physiological performance and short-term acclimation of two coexisting macrophytes (Cymodocea nodosa and Caulerpa prolifera) with depth. Scientia Marina 80(2): 247-259.

103. A. García-Mederos, Tuya, F., Tuset, V. 2016. Life-history strategies of a conspicuous reef fish, the Canary damsel Similiparma lurida (Pomacentridae) in the northeastern Atlantic. Scientia Marina 80: 57-68.

102. S. García-Sanz, Navarro, P.G., Png-González, L, Tuya, F. 2016. Contrasting patterns of amphipod dispersion in a seagrass meadow between day and night: consistency through a lunar cycle. Marine Biology Research 12: 56-65.

101. L. Del Moral, Vidal, J., Betancor, S., Tuya, F. 2016. Differences in herbivory intensity between the seagrass Cymodocea nodosa and the green alga Caulerpa prolifera inhabiting the same habitat. Aquatic Botany 128: 48–57.

100. D. Pinho, Bertocci, I., Arenas, F., Franco, J.N., Jacinto, D., Castro, J.J., Vieira, R., Sousa-Pinto, I., Wernberg, T., Tuya, F. 2015. Spatial and temporal variation of kelp forests and associated macroalgal assemblages along the Portuguese coast. Marine and Freshwater Research 67: 113-122.

99. F. Tuya, Betancor, S., Viera-Rodríguez, M.A., Guedes, R., Riera, R., Haroun, R., Espino, F. 2015. Effect of chronic versus pulse perturbations on a marine ecosystem: integration of functional responses across organization levels. Ecosystems 18: 1455–1471.

98. A. García-Mederos, Tuya, F., Tuset, V.M. 2015. The structure of a nearshore fish assemblage at an oceanic island: insight from small scale fisheries through bottom traps at Gran Canary Island (Canary Islands, eastern Atlantic). Aquatic Living Resources 28:1-10.

97. F. Espino, Brito, A., Haroun, R., Tuya, F. 2015. Macroecological analysis of the fish fauna inhabiting Cymodocea nodosa seagrass meadows. Journal of Fish Biology 87: 1000–1018.

96. J.N. Franco, Wernberg, T., Bertocci, I., Duarte, P., Jacinto, D., Vasco-Rodrigues, N., Tuya, F. 2015. Herbivory drives kelp recruits into ‘hiding’ in a warm ocean climate. Marine Ecology Progress Series 536: 1–9, 2015.

95. F. Espino, Triay-Portella, R., González, J.A., Haroun, R., Tuya, F. 2015. Population structure of the pearly razorfish, Xyrichtys novacula (Actinopterygii: Labridae), in sand-seagrass mosaics: spatial variation according to habitat features and sampling techniques. Scientia Marina 79(2): 179-188.

94. B. Ramírez, Ortega, L., Montero, D., Tuya, F., Haroun, R. 2015. Monitoring a massive escape of European Sea Bass (Dicentrarchus Labrax) at an oceanic island: potential species establishment. Journal of Aquaculture Research and Development 6(5): 1000339

93. F. Fabbri, Espino, F., Herrera, H., Moro, L., Haroun, R., Riera, R., González-Henríquez, N., Bergasa, O., Monterroso, O., Ruiz de la Rosa, M., Tuya, F. 2015. Trends of the seagrass Cymodocea nodosa (Magnoliophyta) in the Canary Islands: population changes in the last two decades. Scientia Marina 79(1): 7-13.

92. Riera, R., Tuya, F., Pérez, O., Ramos, E., Rodríguez, M., Monterroso, O. 2015. Effects of proximity to offshore fish farms over soft-bottom macrofauna. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 95: 255–263.

91. F. Espino, González, J.A., Haroun, R., Tuya, F. 2015. Abundance and biomass of the parrotfish Sparisoma cretense in seagrass meadows: temporal and spatial differences between seagrass interiors and seagrass adjacent to reefs. Enviromental Biology of Fishes 98:121–133.

90. S. Betancor, Domínguez, B., Tuya, F., Figueroa, F.L., Haroun, R. 2015. Photosynthetic performance and photoprotection of Cystoseira humilis (Phaeophyceae) and Digenea simplex (Rhodophyceae) in an intertidal rock pool. Aquatic Botany 121: 16–25.

89. G.M. Martins, Jenkins S.R., Ramírez R., Tuya F., Neto A.I., Arenas F. 2014. Early patterns of recovery from disturbance in intertidal algal assemblages: consistency across regions within a marine province. Marine Ecology Progress Series 517: 131–142.

88. T. Gil-Díaz, Haroun R., Tuya, F., Betancor, S., Viera-Rodríguez, M.A. 2014. Effects of ocean acidification on the brown alga Padina pavonica: decalcification due to acute and chronic events. Plos One 9(9): e108630.

87. A. Herrera, Landeira, J.M., Tuya, F., Packard, T., Espino, F., Gómez, M. 2014. Seasonal variability of suprabenthic crustaceans associated with Cymodocea nodosa seagrass meadows off Gran Canaria (eastern Atlantic). Continental Shelf Research 88: 1-10.

86. S. García-Sanz, Navarro, P.G., Tuya, F. 2014. Contrasting recruitment seasonality of sea urchin species in Gran Canaria, Canary Islands (eastern Atlantic). Mediterranean Marine Science 15: 475-481.

85. S. García-Sanz, Navarro, P.G., Landeira, J.M., Tuya, F. 2014. Colonization patterns of decapods into artificial collectors: seasonality between habitat patches. Journal of Crustacean Biology 34: 431-441

84. F. Tuya, Haroun, R., Espino, F. 2014. Economic assessment of ecosystem services: Monetary value of seagrass meadows for coastal fisheries. Ocean and Coastal Management 96: 181-187.

83. I. Bertocci, Seabra, M.I., Dominguez, R., Jacinto, D., Ramírez, R., Coca, J., Tuya, F. 2014. Effects of loss of algal canopies along temperature and irradiation gradients in continental Portugal and the Canary Islands. Marine Ecology Progress Series 506: 47–60.

82. F. Tuya, Png-Gonzalez, L., Riera, R., Haroun, R., Espino, F. 2014. Ecological structure and function differs between habitats dominated by seagrasses and green seaweeds. Marine Environmental Research 98: 1-13

81. K. Larsen, Tuya, F., Froufe, E. 2014. Genetic divergence of tanaidaceans (Crustacea: Peracarida) with low dispersal ability. Scientia Marina 78(1): 81-90

80. S. García-Sanz, Navarro, P.G., Tuya, F. 2014. Colonization of prosobranch gastropods onto artificial substrates: seasonal patterns between habitat patches. American Malacological Bulletin 32(1): 94-103

79. P. G. Navarro, García-Sanz, S., Tuya, F. 2014. Contrasting displacement of the sea cucumber Holothuria arguinensis between adjacent nearshore habitats. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 453 : 123–130.

78. L. Png-González, Vázquez-Luis, M., Tuya, F. 2014. Comparison of epifaunal assemblages between Cymodocea nodosa and Caulerpa prolifera meadows in Gran Canaria (eastern Atlantic). Journal of the Marine Biological Association 94: 241-253.

77. S. Biskup, Bertoci, I., Arenas, F., Tuya, F. 2014. Functional responses of juvenile kelps, Laminaria ochroleuca and Saccorhiza polyschides, to increasing temperatures. Aquatic Botany 113: 117– 122.

76. S. Betancor, Tuya, F., Gil-Díaz, T., Figueroa, F.L., Haroun, R. 2014. Effects of a submarine eruption on the performance of two brown seaweeds. Journal of Sea Research 87: 68–78.

75. F. Tuya, Ribeiro-Leite, L., Arto-Cuesta, N., Coca, J., Haroun, R., Espino, F. 2014. Decadal changes in the structure of Cymodocea nodosa seagrass meadows: Natural vs. human influences. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 137: 41-49

74. R. Riera, Tuya, F, Rodríguez, M., Monterroso, O., Ramos, E. 2013. Confounding response of macrofauna from a confluence of impacts: brine and sewage pollution. Acta Oceanologica Sinica 32:74-81.

73. F. Tuya, Viera-Rodríguez, M.A., Guedes, R., Espino, F., Haroun, R., Terrados, J. 2013. Seagrass responses to nutrient enrichment depend on clonal integration, but not flow-on effects on associated biota. Marine Ecology Progress Series 490:23-35.

72. P.G. Navarro, García-Sanz, S., Barrio, J.M., Tuya, F. 2013. Feeding and movement patterns of the sea cucumber Holothuria sanctori. Marine Biology 160:2957-2966.

71. P.G. Navarro, García-Sanz, S., Tuya, F. 2013. Patrones de abundancia y talla de Holothuria sanctori, Holothuria mammata y Holothuria arguinensis (Echinodermata: Holoturoidea) en la isla de Gran Canaria, Atlántico oriental. Revista de Biología Marina y Oceanografía 48(2): 273-284.

70. J. Faria, Froufe F, Tuya, F., Alexandrino, P., Pérez-Losada, M. 2013. Panmixia in the endangered slipper lobster Scyllarides latus from the northeastern Atlantic and western Mediterranean. Journal of Crustacean Biology 33(4): 57-566.

69. F. Tuya, Hernández-Zerpa, H., Espino, F., Haroun, R.J. 2013. Drastic decadal decline of the seagrass Cymodocea nodosa at Gran Canaria (Eastern Atlantic): Interactions with the green algae Caulerpa prolifera. Aquatic Botany 105 1-6.

68. T. Wernberg, Smale, D.A., Tuya, F., Thomsen, M.S., Langlois, T.J., de Bettignies, T., Bennett, S. Rousseaux, C.S. 2013. An extreme climatic event alters marine ecosystem structure in a global biodiversity hotspot. Nature Climate Change 3: 78-82.

67. R. Riera, Tuya, F., Sacramento, A., Ramos, E., Monterroso, O., Rodríguez, M. 2013. Influence of the combined disposal of sewage and brine on meiofauna. Ciencias Marinas 39(1): 15–27.

66. A. Gartner, Tuya, F., Lavery, P.S., McMahon, K. 2013. Habitat preferences of macroinvertebrate fauna among seagrasses with varying structural forms. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 439: 143–151.

65. F. Tuya, Espino, F., Terrados, J. 2013. Preservation of seagrass clonal integration buffers against burial stress. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 439: 42-46.

64. P.G. Navarro, García-Sanz, S., Tuya, F. 2012. Reproductive biology of the sea cucumber Holothuria sanctori (Echinodermata: Holothuroidea). Scientia Marina 76(4): 741-752.

63. R. Riera, Núñez, J., Brito, M.C., Tuya, F. 2012. Differences in diversity, structure, and variability between intertidal and subtidal meiofaunal assemblages. Ciencias Marinas 38(4): 677–693.

62. S. García-Sanz, Tuya, F., González-Navarro, P., Angulo-Preckler, C., Haroun, R.J.  2012. Post larval, short-term, colonization patterns: The effect of substratum complexity across subtidal, adjacent, habitats. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science: 112: 183-191.

61. F. Tuya, Cacabelos, E., Duarte, P., Jacinto, D., Castro, J.J., Silva, T., Bertoci, I., Franco, J.N., Arenas, F., Coca, J., Wernberg, T. 2012. Patterns of landscape and assemblage structure along a latitudinal gradient in ocean climate. Marine Ecology Progress Series 466: 9-19.

60. R. Riera, Tuya, F., Ramos, E., Rodríguez, M., Monterroso, O. 2012. Variability of macrofaunal assemblages on the surroundings of a brine disposal. Desalination 291: 94-100.

59. R. Riera, Núñez, J., Brito, M.C., Tuya, F. 2011. Temporal variability of a subtropical intertidal meiofaunal assemblage: contrasting effects at the species and assemblage-level. Vie et Milieu – Life and Environment, 61 (3): 129-137.

58. M.S. Thomsen, Wernberg, T., Engelen, A.H., Tuya, F., Vanderklift, M.A. et al. 2012. A Meta-Analysis of Seaweed Impacts on Seagrasses: Generalities and Knowledge Gaps. PLoS ONE 7(1): e28595.

57. F. Espino, Tuya, F., Brito, A., Haroun R.J. 2011. Spatial variability in the structure of the ichthyofauna associated with Cymodocea nodosa seagrass meadows across the Canary Islands, north-eastern subtropical Atlantic. Revista de Biología Marina y Oceanografía 46: 391-403.

56. J. Estefanell, Socorro, J., Tuya, F., Izquierdo, M., Roo, J. 2011. Growth, protein retention and biochemical composition in Octopus vulgaris fed on different diets based on crustaceans and aquaculture by-products. Aquaculture 322-323: 91-98.

55. F. Tuya, Duarte, P. 2011. Role of food availability in the bathymetric distribution of the starfish Marthasterias glacialis (Lamk.) on reefs of northern Portugal. Scientia Marina 76: 9-15.

54. R. Riera, Tuya, F., Sacramento, A., Ramos, E., Rodríguez, M., Monterroso, O. 2011. The effects of brine disposal on a subtidal meiofaunal community. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 93: 359-365.

53. F. Espino, Tuya, F., Brito, A., Haroun, R.J. 2011. Ichthyofauna associated with Cymodocea nodosa meadows in the Canarian Archipelago (central eastern Atlantic): community structure and nursery role. Ciencias Marinas 37: 157–174.

52. F. Tuya, Wernberg, T., Thomsen, M.S. 2011. The relative influence of local to regional drivers of variation in reef fishes. Journal of Fish Biology 79, 217–234.

51. F. Tuya, Vanderklift, M.A., Wernberg, T., Thomsen, M.S. 2011. Gradients in the number of species at reef-seagrass ecotones explained by gradients in abundance. PLoS ONE 6(5): e20190. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0020190.

50. T. Wernberg, Thomsen, M.S., Tuya, F., Kendrick, G.A. 2011. Biogenic habitat structure of seaweeds change along a latitudinal gradient in ocean temperature. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 400: 264-271.

49. F. Tuya, F., Larsen, K., Platt, V. 2011. Patterns of abundance and assemblage structure of epifauna inhabiting two morphologically different kelp holdfasts. Hydrobiologia 658: 373-383.

48. Wernberg, Tuya, F., Thomsen, M.S., Kendrick, G.A. 2010.Turban snails as habitat for foliose algae: contrasting geographical patterns in species richness. Marine and Freshwater Research 61: 1237–1242.

47. M.S. Thomsen, Wernberg, T., Altieri, A., Tuya, F., Gulbransen, D., McGlathery, K., Holmerk, M., Silliman, B.R. 2010. Habitat cascades: the conceptual context and global relevance of facilitation cascades via habitat formation and modification. Integrative and Comparative Biology 50:158-175.

46. T. Wernberg, Thomsen, M.S., Tuya, F., Kendrick, G.A., Staehr, P.A., Toohey, B.D. 2010. Decreasing resilience of kelp beds along a latitudinal temperature gradient: potential implications for a warmer future. Ecology Letters13: 685–694.

45. F. Tuya, Vanderklift, M.A., Hyndes, G.A., Wernberg, T., Thomsen, M.S., Hanson, C. 2010. Proximity to reefs affects the balance between positive and negative effects on seagrass fauna. Marine Ecology Progress Series 405: 175-186.

44. M.S. Thomsen, Wernberg, T., Tuya F., Silliman B.R. 2010. Ecological performance and possible origin of a ubiquitous but under-studied gastropod. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science 87: 501-509.

43. L. Ortega-Borges, Tuya, F., Haroun, R.J. 2009. Does depth and sedimentation interact with sea urchins to affect algal assemblage patterns on eastern Atlantic reefs? Journal of Shellfish Research 28: 1-9.

42. R. Ramírez, Tuya, F., Haroun, R.J. 2009. Marisqueo sobre moluscos gasterópodos (Osilinus spp. y Patella spp.) en el Archipiélago Canario: efectos de las reservas marinas. Revista de Biología Marina y Oceanografía 44: 703-714.

41. Ortega-Borges, L., Tuya, F., Haroun, R.J. 2009. The sea urchin Diadema antillarum Phillipi, 1845 influences the diversity and composition of the mobile mega-invertebrate community on rocky bottoms off the Canary Archipelago. Revista de Biología Marina y Oceanografía 44: 489-495.

40. F. Tuya, Wernberg, T., Thomsen, M.S. 2009. Habitat structure affect abundances of labrid fishes across temperate reefs in south-western Australia. Environmental Biology of Fishes 86:311–319.

39. F. Tuya, Haroun, R.J. 2009. Phytogeography of the Lusitanian Macaronesia: biogeographic affinities in species richness and assemblage composition. European Journal of Phycology 44: 405-413.

38. M.S. Thomsen, Wernberg, T., Tuya, F., Silliman, B.R. 2009. Separating perception from experimental evidence: are effects of macroalgal invasions exaggerated? Journal of Phycology 45:812-819.

37. C. Doropoulos, Hyndes G.A., Lavery P.S., Tuya, F. 2009. Dietary preferences of two seagrass inhabiting gastropods: allochthonous vs. autochthonous resources. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 83: 13–18.

36. R. Ramírez, Tuya, F., Haroun, R.J. 2009. Spatial patterns in the population structure of the whelk Stramonita haemastoma (Linnaeus, 1766) in an Atlantic oceanic Archipelago: comparison with continental areas. Scientia Marina 73: 431-437.

35. F. Tuya, Wernberg, T., Thomsen, M.S. 2009. Colonization of gastropods on subtidal reefs depends on density in adjacent habitats, not disturbance regime or latitude. Journal of Molluscan Studies 75: 27-33.

34. F. Tuya, Wernberg, T., Thomsen, M.S. 2008. Testing the ‘abundant centre’ hypothesis on endemic reef fishes in south-western Australia. Marine Ecology Progress Series 372: 225-230.

33. P. Sánchez-Jerez, Fernandez-Jover, D., Bayle-Sempere, J., Valle, C., Dempster, T., Tuya, F., Juanes, F. 2008. Interactions between bluefish Pomatomus saltatrix (L.) and coastal sea-cage farms in the Mediterranean Sea. Aquaculture 282: 61-67.

32. F. Tuya, Wernberg, T., Thomsen, M.S. 2008. The spatial arrangement of reefs alters the ecological patterns of fauna between interspersed habitats. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 78: 774-782.

31. F. Tuya, Cisneros-Aguirre, J., Ortega-Borges, L., Haroun, R.J. 2007. Bathymetric segregation of sea urchins on reefs of the Canarian Archipelago: role of flow-induced forces. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 73: 481-488.

30. F. Tuya, Ortega-Borges, L., Sánchez-Jerez, P., Haroun, R.J. 2006. Effect of fishing pressure on the spatio-temporal variability of the parrotfish, Sparisoma cretense (Pisces: Scaridae), across the Canarian Archipelago (eastern Atlantic). Fisheries Research 77: 24-33.

29. F. Tuya, Haroun, R.J. 2006. Spatial patterns and response to wave exposure of photophilic algal assemblages across the Canarian Archipelago: a multiscaled approach. Marine Ecology Progress Series 311: 15-28.

28. T. Dempster, Sanchez-Jerez, P., Tuya, F., Fernandez-Jover, D., Bayle-Sempere, J., Boyra, A., Haroun, R.J. 2006. Coastal aquaculture and conservation can work together. Marine Ecology Progress Series 314: 309-310.

27. F. Tuya, Ortega-Borges, L., Del Rosario-Pinilla, A.B., Haroun, R.J. 2006. Spatio-temporal variability in a key herbivore, the long-spined black sea urchin Diadema antillarum (Echinodermata: Echinoidea) in the Canary Islands. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the U.K. 86: 791-797.

26. F. Tuya, Hernández, J.C., Clemente, S. 2006. Is there a link between the type of habitat and the patterns of abundance of Holothurians in shallow rocky reefs? Hydrobiologia 571: 191-199.

25. F. Tuya, García-Diez, C., Sánchez-Jerez, P., Haroun, R.J. 2006. Evaluation of the effectiveness of Marine Protected Areas in the Canarian Archipelago (central east Atlantic Ocean). Ciencias Marinas 32: 505-522.

24. F. Tuya, Martín, J.A., Luque, A. 2006. Seasonal cycle of a Cymodocea nodosa (Ucria) Ascherson seagrass meadow and associated ichthyofauna in Playa Dorada (Lanzarote, Canary Islands, eastern Atlantic). Ciencias Marinas 32: 695-704.

23. Dempster, Fernández-Jover, D., Sánchez-Jerez, P., Tuya, F., Bayle-Sempere, J., Boyra, A., Haroun, R.J. 2006. Vertical variability of wild fish assemblages around sea-cage fish farms: implications for management. Marine Ecology Progress Series 304: 15-29.

22. F. Tuya, R., Sánchez-Jerez, Coca, J., González-Ramos, A.J., P., Haroun, R.J. 2006. Coastal resources exploitation can mask bottom–up mesoscale regulation of intertidal populations. Hydrobiologia 553: 337-344.

21. F. Tuya, Sanchez-Jerez, P., Dempster, T., Boyra, A., Haroun, R.J. 2006. Changes in demersal wild fish aggregations beneath a sea-cage fish farm after the cessation of farming. Journal of Fish Biology 69: 682-697.

20. F. Tuya, Sánchez-Jerez, P., Haroun, R.J. 2006. Populations of inshore Serranids across the Canarian Archipelago: Relationships with human pressure and implications for conservation. Biological Conservation 128: 13-24.

19. R. Ramírez, Tuya, F., Sánchez-Jerez, P., Fernández-Gil, C., Bergasa, O., Haroun, R.J., Hernández-Brito, J.J. 2005. Estructura poblacional y distribución espacial de los moluscos gasterópodos Osilinus atrata (Wood, 1828) y Osilinus sauciatus (Koch, 1845) en el intermareal rocoso de las Islas Canarias (Atlántico centro – oriental). Ciencias Marinas 31: 697-706.

18. F. Tuya, Boyra, A., Sánchez-Jerez, P., Haroun, R.J. 2005. Multivariate analysis of the bentho-demersal ichthyofauna along soft bottoms of the Eastern Atlantic: comparison between unvegetated substrates, seagrass meadows and sandy bottoms beneath sea-cage fish farms. Marine Biology 147: 1229-1237.

17. C. Barberá, Tuya, F., Boyra, A., Sánchez-Jerez, P., Blanch, I., Haroun, R.J. 2005. Spatial variation in the structural parameters of Cymodocea nodosa seagrass meadows in the Canary Islands: a multiscaled approach. Botanica Marina 48: 122-126.

16. P.G. Navarro, Ramírez, R., Tuya, F., Sánchez-Jerez, C. Fernández-Gil, P., Haroun, R.J. 2005. Hierarchical analysis of spatial distribution patterns of Patellid limpets in the Canary Islands. Journal of Molluscan Studies 71: 67-73.

15. F. Tuya, Boyra, A., Sánchez-Jerez, P., Haroun, R.J. 2005. Sea urchin Diadema antillarum: different functions in the structure and dynamics of reefs on both sides of the Atlantic. Marine Ecology Progress Series 302: 307-310.

14. F. Tuya, Sánchez-Jerez, P., Haroun, R.J. 2005. Influence of fishing and functional group of algae on sea urchin control of algal communities in the eastern Atlantic. Marine Ecology Progress Series 287: 255-260.

13. A. Boyra, Nascimento, F.J.A., Tuya, F., Sánchez-Jerez, P., Haroun R.J. 2004. Impact of sea-cage fish farms on intertidal macrobenthic assemblages. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the U.K. 84: 665-668.

12. F. Tuya, Reuss, G.M., Martín, J.A., Luque, A. 2004. Visual assessments of the coastal fish communities from the area of the proposed Gando – Arinaga Marine Reserve (Gran Canaria, Canary Islands). Ciencias Marinas 30: 259-278.

11. F. Tuya, Boyra, A., Sánchez-Jerez, P., Haroun, R.J., Barberá, C. 2004. Relationships between rocky-reef fish assemblages, the sea urchin Diadema antillarum and macroalgae throughout the Canarian Archipelago. Marine Ecology Progress Series 278: 157-169.

10. F. Tuya, Boyra, A., Sánchez-Jerez, P., Haroun, R.J., Barberá, C. 2004. Can one species determine the structure of a rocky benthic community on a temperate rocky reef: the case of the long-spined sea urchin Diadema antillarum (Echinodermata: Echinoidea) in the eastern Atlantic. Hydrobiologia 519: 211-214.

9. A. Boyra, Sánchez-Jerez, P., Tuya, F., Espino, F., Haroun, R.J. 2004. Attraction of wild coastal fishes to an Atlantic subtropical cage fish farms, Gran Canaria, Canary Islands. Environmental Biology of Fishes 70: 393-401.

8. F. Tuya, Martín, J.A., Luque, A. 2004. Patterns of nocturnal movement of the long-spined sea urchin Diadema antillarum (Philippi) in Gran Canaria (the Canary Islands, central east Atlantic Ocean). Helgoland Marine Research 58: 26-31.

7. F. Tuya, Martín, J.A., Luque, A. 2003. A novel technique for tagging the long-spined sea urchin Diadema antillarum. Sarsia 88: 365-368.

6. F. Tuya, Álvarez, S., Reuss, G.M., Luque, A. 2002. Macroepibenthic and fish communities assemblages associated to an underwater pipeline as an artificial reef. Biologia Marina Mediterranea 9: 1-10.

5. Gagliano, M., Tuya, F., Martín-García, J.A., Ayza-Mascarell, O. 2002. Experimental evaluation of fish assemblages associated with artificial structures (Canaries Islands, central Atlantic). Biologia Marina Mediterranea 9: 754-757.

4. F. Tuya, Martín, J.A., Luque, A. 2002. The impact of a marina construction on a Cymodocea nodosa seagrass meadow and the associated fish assemblages: an example from Playa Blanca (Lanzarote, Canary Islands). Journal of Coastal Conservation 8: 57-64.

3. F. Tuya, Martín, J.A., Reuss, G.M., Luque, A. 2001. Food preferences of the sea urchin Diadema antillarum in Gran Canaria (Canary Islands, central – east Atlantic Ocean). Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the U.K. 81: 1-5.

2. F. Tuya, Pérez, J., Medina, L., Luque, A. 2001. Seasonal variation of the macrofauna from three Cymodocea nodosa seagrass meadows off Gran Canaria (Central – East Atlantic Ocean). Ciencias Marinas 27: 223-234.

1. F. Tuya, Soboil, M., Kido, J. 2000. An assessment of the effectiveness of Marine Protected Areas in the San Juan Islands, Washington, USA. ICES Journal of Marine Science 57: 1218-1226.


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