Monthly Archives: October 2012

Creatures in artificial micro-habitats: new publication

We all know that any benthic habitat is routinely colonized by organisms from the water column and adjacent habitats. There are, however, variations in the ‘acceptability’ of any habitat to potential colonists. A PhD student under my supervision, Sara García-Sanz, … Continue reading

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New publication: Patterns of landscape and assemblage structure along a latitudinal gradient in ocean climate

Along the beautiful coast of Portugal, there is a neat latitudinal gradient in ocean climate, e.g. SST and primary production. Within the framework of the OCEANKELP project, we aimed to determine whether this gradient in ocean climate may affect affinities … Continue reading

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