Joao N. Franco
University of Porto
44 papers found
Sea urchin grazing preferences on native and non-native macroalgae
Snapshot of Macroalgae and Fish Assemblages in Temperate Reefs in the Southern European Atlantic Ecoregion
An Orthologue of the Retinoic Acid Receptor (RAR) Is Present in the Ecdysozoa Phylum Priapulida
Where is the grass greenest? Influence of seascape structure and marine protected areas on fish distribution patterns in a seagrass-dominated landscape
Interannual variability of kelps and their consumers in Iberia
Short-term variation of abundance of the purple sea urchin, Paracentrotus lividus (Lamarck, 1816) subject to harvesting in northern Portugal
Do artificial reefs have a role in the restoration of biodiversity and ecosystem services in the NE Atlantic?
Underwater Forests of Iberia: importance of ecological knowledge to support conservation and management actions
Effects of temperature and nutrients on growth, survival and physiology of six intertidal seaweeds
Consumption and feeding preference of Paracentrotus lividus (Echinodermata: Echinoidea) on native and non-native macroalgae from northern west coast of Iberia
Plant-and habitat productivity in a temperate seagrass system
Trends of persistence of kelp dominated habitats in the northern Portuguese coast
Where is the grass greenest? Influence of seascape structure and fishing on distribution patterns of nursery and resident fish in a seagrass-dominated landscape.
Blue carbon sink capacity of seagrass meadows in Northeastern Madagascar and effects by mangrove deforestation
Influence of mangrove degradation on seagrass meadow characteristics: a case study from the northwestern Madagascar
The “insightful” repertoire of nuclear receptors in the Ecdysozoa Priapulus caudatus
Kelps across Iberia: from patterns of abundance and distribution to top-down and bottom-up regulatory processes
Trends and potential biological drivers of kelp distribution in southern Europe
Eco-physiological response of the kelp Laminaria ochroleuca to varying temperature and nutrients: implications under climate change
Herbivory drives kelp recruits into ‘hiding’ in a warm ocean climate
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