Publications (89)


  1. Shallow subtidal macroalgae in the North-eastern Atlantic archipelagos (Macaronesian region): a spatial approach to community structure

    European Journal of Phycology, Vol. 53, Núm. 1, pp. 83-98

  2. The Importance of Natural Acidified Systems in the Study of Ocean Acidification: What Have We Learned?

    Advances in Marine Biology (Academic Press), pp. 57-99

  3. Varying Conditions in Intertidal Pools: High Resolution pH Dynamics and Primary Production

    Scientia Insularum: Revista de Ciencias Naturales en islas, Núm. 1, pp. 123-138

  4. The sea urchin Diadema africanum uses low resolution vision to find shelter and deter enemies

    Journal of Experimental Biology, Vol. 221, Núm. 14

  5. Tetraspore germination of two vulnerable marine algae, Gelidium canariense and G. arbusculum (Rhodophyta, Gelidiales)

    Botanica Marina, Vol. 61, Núm. 2, pp. 111-114

  6. Size, growth, and density data for shallow-water sea urchins from Mexico to the Aleutian Islands, Alaska, 1956–2016

    Ecology, Vol. 99, Núm. 3, pp. 761

  7. Robustness of larval development of intertidal sea urchin species to simulated ocean warming and acidification

    Marine Environmental Research, Vol. 139, pp. 35-45

  8. Macroalgal response to a warmer ocean with higher CO2 concentration

    Marine Environmental Research, Vol. 136, pp. 99-105

  9. Elasmobranch Bycatch on Artisanal Trammel Net Fishery in the Canary Islands

    Scientia Insularum: Revista de Ciencias Naturales en islas, Núm. 1, pp. 87-102

  10. Effects of ocean acidification on algae growth and feeding rates of juvenile sea urchins

    Marine Environmental Research, Vol. 140, pp. 382-389

  11. Effects of natural current pH variability on the sea urchin Paracentrotus lividus larvae development and settlement

    Marine Environmental Research, Vol. 139, pp. 11-18