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  1. Can an oligotrophic coastal lagoon support high biological productivity? Sources and pathways of primary production
  2. Long-Distance Benefits of Marine Reserves: Myth or Reality?
  3. Long-Term Dynamic in Nutrients, Chlorophyll a, and Water Quality Parameters in a Coastal Lagoon During a Process of Eutrophication for Decades, a Sudden Break and a Relatively Rapid Recovery
  4. Connectivity between coastal lagoons and sea: Asymmetrical effects on assemblages' and populations' structure
  5. Phyto- and zooplankton dynamics in two ICOLLs from Southern Portugal
  6. Vindicating the biological and socioeconomic importance of coastal lagoons and transitional waters
  7. Coastal Lagoons: Environmental Variability, Ecosystem Complexity, and Goods and Services Uniformity
  8. Effect of marine protected areas on distinct fish life-history stages
  9. Assessing the Hydrodynamic Response of the Mar Menor Lagoon to Dredging Inlets Interventions through Numerical Modelling
  10. Assessing, quantifying and valuing the ecosystem services of coastal lagoons
  11. From fish physiology to ecosystems management: Keys for moving through biological levels of organization in detecting environmental changes and anticipate their consequences
  12. Modelling alpha-diversities of coastal lagoon fish assemblages from the Mediterranean Sea
  13. Use of Lagrangian simulations to hindcast the geographical position of propagule release zones in a Mediterranean coastal fish
  14. Ecosystem services and main environmental risks in a coastal lagoon (Mar Menor, Murcia, SE Spain): The public perception
  15. North East Atlantic vs. Mediterranean Marine Protected Areas as Fisheries Management Tool
  16. The role of physical variables in biodiversity patterns of intertidal macroalgae along European coasts
  17. Consistent patterns of spatial variability between NE Atlantic and Mediterranean rocky shores
  18. Essence of the patterns of cover and richness of intertidal hard bottom communities: a pan-European study
  19. Geographic patterns of biodiversity in European coastal marine benthos
  20. Extreme storms during the last 6500 years from lagoonal sedimentary archives in the Mar Menor (SE Spain)
  21. Spatial genetic structure in the saddled sea bream (Oblada melanura [Linnaeus, 1758]) suggests multi-scaled patterns of connectivity between protected and unprotected areas in the Western Mediterranean Sea
  22. Propagule dispersal and larval patch cohesiveness in a Mediterranean coastal fish
  23. Effects of organic pollution and physical stress on benthic macroinvertebrate communities from two intermittently closed and open coastal lagoons (ICOLLs)
  24. Phytoplankton community dynamics in an intermittently open hypereutrophic coastal lagoon in southern Portugal
  25. Long term evolution of fisheries in a coastal lagoon related to changes in lagoon ecology and human pressures
  26. Follow-me: A new start-and-stop method for visual animal tracking in biology research
  27. Connectivity in Three European Coastal Lagoons
  28. A novel in situ system to evaluate the effect of high CO2 on photosynthesis and biochemistry of seaweeds
  29. Continuous monitoring of in vivo chlorophyll a fluorescence in Ulva rigida (Chlorophyta) submitted to different CO2, nutrient and temperature regimes
  30. Short-term effects of CO2, nutrients and temperature on three marine macroalgae under solar radiation
  31. Short-term effects of increasing CO2, nitrate and temperature on three Mediterranean macroalgae: biochemical composition
  32. Living in a coastal lagoon environment: Photosynthetic and biochemical mechanisms of key marine macroalgae
  33. The influence of environmental variability of a coastal lagoon ecosystem on genetic diversity and structure of white seabream [Diplodus sargus (Linnaeus 1758)] populations
  34. Response of Rocky Reef Top Predators (Serranidae: Epinephelinae) in and Around Marine Protected Areas in the Western Mediterranean Sea
  35. Habitat use and ontogenetic shifts of fish life stages at rocky reefs in South-western Mediterranean Sea
  36. An overview of ecological status, vulnerability and future perspectives of European large shallow, semi-enclosed coastal systems, lagoons and transitional waters
  37. Complex patterns in phytoplankton and microeukaryote diversity along the estuarine continuum
  38. Discordant patterns of genetic connectivity between two sympatric species, Mullus barbatus (Linnaeus, 1758) and Mullus surmuletus (Linnaeus, 1758), in south-western Mediterranean Sea
  39. Are coastal lagoons physically or biologically controlled ecosystems? Revisiting r vs. K strategies in coastal lagoons and estuaries
  40. Environmental determinants on fish post-larval distribution in coastal areas of south-western Mediterranean Sea
  41. Autochthonous Seagrasses
  42. Small-scale genetic structure of Cerastoderma glaucum in a lagoonal environment: potential significance of habitat discontinuity and unstable population dynamics
  43. Temporal patterns of settlement, recruitment and post-settlement losses in a rocky reef fish assemblage in the South-Western Mediterranean Sea
  44. Corrigendum to “Physiological response and photoacclimation capacity of Caulerpa prolifera (Forsskål) J.V. Lamouroux and Cymodocea nodosa (Ucria) Ascherson meadows in the Mar Menor lagoon (SE Spain)” [Mar. Environ. Res. 79 (2012), 37–47]
  45. Climate change response of the Mar Menor coastal lagoon (Spain) using a hydrodynamic finite element model
  46. Assessment of fish assemblages in coastal lagoon habitats: Effect of sampling method
  47. Cymodocea nodosa vs. Caulerpa prolifera: Causes and consequences of a long term history of interaction in macrophyte meadows in the Mar Menor coastal lagoon (Spain, southwestern Mediterranean)
  48. Fisheries in coastal lagoons: An assumed but poorly researched aspect of the ecology and functioning of coastal lagoons
  49. Echinoderms of the Canary Islands, Spain
  50. Latin America Echinoderm Biodiversity and Biogeography: Patterns and Affinities
  51. Conservation physiology of marine fishes: advancing the predictive capacity of models
  52. Impact of a telemetry-transmitter implant on daily behavioral rhythms and physiological stress indicators in gilthead seabream (Sparus aurata)
  53. Physiological response and photoacclimation capacity of Caulerpa prolifera (Forsskål) J.V. Lamouroux and Cymodocea nodosa (Ucria) Ascherson meadows in the Mar Menor lagoon (SE Spain)
  54. Suitability of benthic macrophyte indices (EEI, E-MaQI and BENTHOS) for detecting anthropogenic pressures in a Mediterranean coastal lagoon (Mar Menor, Spain)
  55. Genetic considerations on the introduction of farmed fish in marine protected areas: The case of study of white seabream restocking in the Gulf of Castellammare (Southern Tyrrhenian Sea)
  56. In two waters: contemporary evolution of lagoonal and marine white seabream (Diplodus sargus) populations
  57. Phylogeography of the Atlanto-Mediterranean sea cucumber Holothuria (Holothuria) mammata: the combined effects of historical processes and current oceanographical pattern
  58. Allozyme and mtDNA variation of white seabreamDiplodus sarguspopulations in a transition area between western and eastern Mediterranean basins (Siculo-Tunisian Strait)
  59. Phylogeographical history of the white seabreamDiplodus sargus(Sparidae): Implications for insularity
  60. Mediterranean coastal lagoons in an ecosystem and aquatic resources management context
  61. Effects of no-take area size and age of marine protected areas on fisheries yields: a meta-analytical approach
  62. Molecular systematics of the genus Holothuria in the Mediterranean and Northeastern Atlantic and a molecular clock for the diversification of the Holothuriidae (Echinodermata: Holothuroidea)
  63. Effect of temperature on settlement and postsettlement survival in a barrens-forming sea urchin
  64. Genetic diversity and connectivity remain high in Holothuria polii (Delle Chiaje 1823) across a coastal lagoon-open sea environmental gradient
  65. High gene flow promotes the genetic homogeneity of the fish gobyPomatoschistus marmoratus(Risso, 1810) from Mar Menor coastal lagoon and adjacent marine waters (Spain)
  66. Coastal lagoons: “transitional ecosystems” between transitional and coastal waters
  67. Marine reserves: Fish life history and ecological traits matter
  68. Connectivity patterns inferred from the genetic structure of white seabream (Diplodus sargus L.)
  69. Remote sensing of underwater vegetation using single-beam acoustics
  70. Phosphoglucose isomerase variability of Cerastoderma glaucum as a model for testing the influence of environmental conditions and dispersal patterns through quantitative ecology approaches
  71. The taxonomic status of some Atlanto-Mediterranean species in the subgenusHolothuria(Echinodermata: Holothuroidea: Holothuriidae) based on molecular evidence
  72. Effect of simulated macroalgae on the fish assemblage associated with a temperate reef system
  73. A conceptual framework for the integral management of marine protected areas
  74. Effectiveness of European Atlanto-Mediterranean MPAs: Do they accomplish the expected effects on populations, communities and ecosystems?
  75. European marine protected areas (MPAs) as tools for fisheries management and conservation
  76. Modelling spatial and temporal scales for spill-over and biomass exportation from MPAs and their potential for fisheries enhancement
  77. Priorities for fisheries in marine protected area design and management: Implications for artisanal-type fisheries as found in southern Europe
  78. Spatial assessment of fishing effort around European marine reserves: Implications for successful fisheries management
  79. Ecological indices tracking distinct impacts along disturbance-recovery gradients in a temperate NE Atlantic Estuary – Guidance on reference values
  80. Applicability of the trophic index TRIX in two transitional ecosystems: the Mar Menor lagoon (Spain) and the Mondego estuary (Portugal)
  81. Marine Protected Areas as a tool for fishery management and ecosystem conservation: an Introduction
  82. Spillover from six western Mediterranean marine protected areas: evidence from artisanal fisheries
  83. Gradients of abundance and biomass across reserve boundaries in six Mediterranean marine protected areas: Evidence of fish spillover?
  84. Marine reserves: size and age do matter
  85. Differences in spatial and seasonal patterns of macrophyte assemblages between a coastal lagoon and the open sea
  86. Habitat connectivity as a factor affecting fish assemblages in temperate reefs
  87. Habitat connectivity as a factor affecting fish assemblages in temperate reefs
  88. Abundance, spatial distribution and habitat relationships of echinoderms in the Cabo Verde Archipelago (eastern Atlantic)
  89. Detecting changes resulting from human pressure in a naturally quick-changing and heterogeneous environment: Spatial and temporal scales of variability in coastal lagoons
  90. A baited underwater video technique to assess shallow-water Mediterranean fish assemblages: Methodological evaluation
  91. Temporal genetic variation in populations of Diplodus sargus from the SW Mediterranean Sea
  92. Hydrographic, geomorphologic and fish assemblage relationships in coastal lagoons
  93. Measuring and managing changes in estuaries and lagoons: Morphological and eco-toxicological aspects
  94. Trophic state of Foz de Almargem coastal lagoon (Algarve, South Portugal) based on the water quality and the phytoplankton community
  95. Genetic differentiation and gene flow of two sparidae subspecies, Diplodus sargus sargus and Diplodus sargus cadenati in Atlantic and south-west Mediterranean populations
  96. Are Taxonomic Distinctness measures compliant to other ecological indicators in assessing ecological status?
  97. Genetic differentiation of Elysia timida (Risso, 1818) populations in the Southwest Mediterranean and Mar Menor coastal lagoon
  98. Effects of fishing protection on the genetic structure of fish populations
  99. Are taxonomic distinctness measures compliant to other ecological indicators in assessing ecological status?
  100. Changes in benthic fish assemblages as a consequence of coastal works in a coastal lagoon: The Mar Menor (Spain, Western Mediterranean)
  101. User-friendly guide for using benthic ecological indicators in coastal and marine quality assessment
  102. Spatial and temporal variations of hydrological conditions, nutrients and chlorophyll a in a Mediterranean coastal lagoon (Mar Menor, Spain)
  103. Application of the exergy index as ecological indicator of organically enrichment areas in the Mar Menor lagoon (south-eastern Spain)
  104. Genetic differentiation of Diplodus sargus (Pisces: Sparidae) populations in the south-west Mediterranean
  105. Composition, structure and distribution of the ichthyoplankton in a Mediterranean coastal lagoon
  106. Multi-scale spatial heterogeneity, habitat structure, and the effect of marine reserves on Western Mediterranean rocky reef fish assemblages
  107. Spatial pattern and the habitat structure of a Mediterranean rocky reef fish local assemblage
  108. Density dependence in marine protected populations: a review
  109. Evaluating the ecological effects of Mediterranean marine protected areas: habitat, scale and the natural variability of ecosystems
  110. Presence of Pesticides throughout Trophic Compartments of the Food Web in the Mar Menor Lagoon (SE Spain)
  111. Ecological heterogeneity and the evaluation of the effects of marine reserves
  112. Separation and identification of chlorophylls and carotenoids from Caulerpa prolifera, Jania rubens and Padina pavonica by reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatography
  113. Correlation Between Habitat Structure and a Rocky Reef Fish Assemblage in the Southwest Mediterranean
  114. Environmental and biological changes related to recent human activities in the Mar Menor (SE of Spain)
  115. Simultaneous Spawning of Six Species of Echinoderms in Barkley Sound, British Columbia
  116. Land-Based Sources, Water Quality and Management
  117. Coastal Lagoons in the Context of Water Management in Spain and Europe
  118. Hydrographic, geomorphologic and fish assemblage relationships in coastal lagoons