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Habitat and trophic ecology of Southern Ocean cephalopods from stable isotope analyses
M Guerreiro, RA Phillips, Y Cherel, FR Ceia, P Alvito, R Rosa, JC Xavier
Marine Ecology Progress Series 530, 119-134, 2015
502015
Neuro-oxidative damage and aerobic potential loss of sharks under elevated CO2 and warming
R Rosa, J Ricardo Paula, E Sampaio, M Pimentel, AR Lopes, M Baptista, ...
Marine biology 163 (5), 1-10, 2016
462016
Deficit in digestive capabilities of bamboo shark early stages under climate change
R Rosa, M Pimentel, JG Galan, M Baptista, VM Lopes, A Couto, ...
Marine biology 163 (3), 1-5, 2016
312016
Cephalopods in the diet of nonbreeding black-browed and grey-headed albatrosses from South Georgia
PM Alvito, R Rosa, RA Phillips, Y Cherel, F Ceia, M Guerreiro, J Seco, ...
Polar Biology 38 (5), 631-641, 2015
252015
Polar marine biology science in Portugal and Spain: recent advances and future perspectives
JC Xavier, A Barbosa, S Agustí, L Alonso-Sáez, P Alvito, J Ameneiro, ...
Journal of Sea Research 83, 9-29, 2013
142013
Biology and ecology of the world’s largest invertebrate, the colossal squid (Mesonychoteuthis hamiltoni): a short review
R Rosa, VM Lopes, M Guerreiro, K Bolstad, JC Xavier
Polar Biology 40 (9), 1871-1883, 2017
112017
Ecology of Moroteuthopsis longimana at the sub-Antarctic Prince Edward Islands, revealed through stable isotope analysis of squid beaks
A van Tonder, N Lübcker, M Guerreiro, JC Xavier, Y Cherel, PJN de Bruyn
Marine Ecology Progress Series 658, 105-115, 2021
2021
Exciting General Palaeontology book versus mesmerising visual Scientific Guide
M Guerreiro
Marine Ecology 41 (1), e12566, 2020
2020
Microbial structure and nitrite reducing communities across the Atlantic Ocean
MF Guerreiro
2017
Cephalopod Fauna in the Southern Ocean using the diet of wandering albatrosses Diomedea exulans: a stable isotopes approach
MF Guerreiro
2012
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