Cristina Linares spends much of her time researching Ecology, Paramuricea clavata, Mediterranean sea, Eunicella singularis and Gorgonian. Many of her studies involve connections with topics such as Oceanography and Ecology. Her biological study deals with issues like Biomass, which deal with fields such as Temperate climate, Population density, Introduced species and Invasive species.
Cristina Linares interconnects Marine protected area and Marine ecosystem in the investigation of issues within Gorgonian. As part of one scientific family, Cristina Linares deals mainly with the area of Sea urchin, narrowing it down to issues related to the Predatory fish, and often Paracentrotus lividus and Habitat. Her Benthic zone research includes elements of Community and Beta diversity.
Her main research concerns Ecology, Mediterranean climate, Mediterranean sea, Coral and Gorgonian. Her study in Ecology focuses on Paramuricea clavata, Temperate climate, Habitat, Marine reserve and Benthic zone. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Biodiversity, Oceanography, Climate change, Threatened species and Calcareous.
Cristina Linares studies Eunicella singularis which is a part of Mediterranean sea. Her Coral research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Coral reef and Overfishing. Her Gorgonian research integrates issues from Biomass, Zoology and Conservation status.
Cristina Linares mostly deals with Ecology, Mediterranean climate, Marine reserve, Marine protected area and Fishery. Cristina Linares combines subjects such as Integral projection and Demographic analysis with her study of Ecology. Her study of Mediterranean sea is a part of Mediterranean climate.
Her Mediterranean sea study combines topics in areas such as Fucales, Gorgonian and Regime shift. The concepts of her Marine protected area study are interwoven with issues in Marine ecosystem and Benthic zone. Her studies deal with areas such as Natural park and Habitat as well as Fishery.
Cristina Linares mainly investigates Ecology, Marine reserve, Mediterranean climate, Ecosystem and Marine protected area. Her Ecology research focuses on Coral reef, Restoration ecology, Habitat, Ecosystem services and Seagrass. Her Marine reserve research incorporates themes from Community, Temperate climate and Algae.
Her studies in Mediterranean climate integrate themes in fields like Population decline, Inbreeding, Coral, Mating system and Genetic drift. The Ecosystem study combines topics in areas such as Fucales and Mediterranean sea. She has included themes like Citizen science, Global environmental analysis and Alien in her Marine protected area study.
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Mass mortality in Northwestern Mediterranean rocky benthic communities: effects of the 2003 heat wave
Global Change Biology (2008)
The effects of predator abundance and habitat structural complexity on survival of juvenile sea urchins
Marine Biology (2005)
Immediate and delayed effects of a mass mortality event on gorgonian population dynamics and benthic community structure in the NW Mediterranean Sea
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2005)
Divergent responses to warming of two common co-occurring Mediterranean bryozoans.
Marta Pagès-Escolà;Bernat Hereu;Joaquim Garrabou;Ignasi Montero-Serra;Ignasi Montero-Serra.
Scientific Reports (2018)
Size distribution, density and disturbance in two Mediterranean gorgonians: Paramuricea clavata and Eunicella singularis
Cristina Linares;Rafael Coma;Joaquim Garrabou;David Díaz.
Journal of Applied Ecology (2008)
LIFE HISTORY AND VIABILITY OF A LONG-LIVED MARINE INVERTEBRATE: THE OCTOCORAL PARAMURICEA CLAVATA
Temporal and spatial variability in settlement of the sea urchin Paracentrotus lividus in the NW Mediterranean
Marine Biology (2004)
Consequences of a mass mortality in populations of Eunicella singularis (Cnidaria: Octocorallia) in Menorca (NW Mediterranean)
Rafael Coma;Cristina Linares;Marta Ribes;David Díaz.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2006)
Living evidence of a fossil survival strategy raises hope for warming-affected corals.
Science Advances (2019)
Impacts on coralligenous outcrop biodiversity of a dramatic coastal storm.
Núria Teixidó;Núria Teixidó;Edgar Casas;Emma Cebrián;Cristina Linares.
PLOS ONE (2013)
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