Her primary areas of study are Dinoflagellate, Botany, Ecology, Dinophyceae and Bloom. Her Dinoflagellate study frequently links to related topics such as Bay. Her study in the field of Mediterranean climate also crosses realms of Volume concentration.
Her Mediterranean climate research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Alexandrium catenella, Algal bloom, Oceanography and Habitat. Her Dinophyceae research incorporates elements of Alexandrium tamarense, Paralytic shellfish poisoning and Internal transcribed spacer, Phylogenetic tree. Her research integrates issues of Water column, Mediterranean sea and Algae in her study of Bloom.
Esther Garcés mainly investigates Ecology, Dinoflagellate, Mediterranean sea, Oceanography and Botany. Her is involved in several facets of Ecology study, as is seen by her studies on Mediterranean climate, Algal bloom, Algae, Plankton and Abundance. Her work deals with themes such as Bloom, Parvilucifera, Alexandrium catenella, Host and Dinophyceae, which intersect with Dinoflagellate.
Her research in Mediterranean sea intersects with topics in Seawater, Sediment and Polymerase chain reaction. The various areas that she examines in her Oceanography study include Phytoplankton, Bacterioplankton and Catalan. Her Botany research includes elements of Phylogenetics and Nutrient.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Ecology, Dinoflagellate, Oceanography, Mediterranean climate and Mediterranean sea. Dinoflagellate is a primary field of her research addressed under Botany. Her Oceanography research includes themes of Phytoplankton and Catalan.
Her work in Catalan addresses issues such as Algal bloom, which are connected to fields such as Biological dispersal, Ecological niche, Benthos and Benthic zone. Her Zoology research focuses on subjects like Ribosomal DNA, which are linked to Niche differentiation. The Plankton study combines topics in areas such as Taxonomic rank and Taxon.
Esther Garcés mostly deals with Ecology, Parvilucifera, Dinoflagellate, Plankton and Evolutionary biology. In the subject of general Ecology, her work in Algal bloom and Benthic zone is often linked to Aquaculture, thereby combining diverse domains of study. Her Algal bloom research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Bloom, Benthos, Parasitoid, Marine ecosystem and Parasitism.
Her Parvilucifera study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Host and Botany. Her study in Plankton is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Phytoplankton, Submarine pipeline, Ecological niche, Shore and Hydrography. Her Evolutionary biology study also includes
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Overview of eutrophication indicators to assess environmental status within the European Marine Strategy Framework Directive
Development of a real-time PCR assay for rapid detection and quantification of Alexandrium minutum (a Dinoflagellate).
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2004)
Potentially toxic epiphytic dinoflagellate assemblages on macroalgae in the NW Mediterranean
Aquatic Microbial Ecology (2001)
Drifting plastic debris as a potential vector for dispersing Harmful Algal Bloom (HAB) species
Mercedes Maso;Esther Garces;Francesc Pages;Jordi Camp.
Scientia Marina (2003)
Harmful microalgae blooms (HAB); problematic and conditions that induce them.
Marine Pollution Bulletin (2006)
High Resolution Spatio-temporal Detection of Potentially Harmful Dinoflagellates in Confined Waters of the NW Mediterranean
Journal of Plankton Research (2001)
Morphology, physiology, molecular phylogeny and sexual compatibility of the cryptic Pseudo-nitzschia delicatissima complex (Bacillariophyta), including the description of P. arenysensis sp. nov
Is the distribution of the toxic dinoflagellate Alexandrium catenella expanding along the NW Mediterranean coast
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2001)
Analysis of rRNA gene content in the Mediterranean dinoflagellate Alexandrium catenella and Alexandrium taylori: implications for the quantitative real-time PCR-based monitoring methods
Journal of Applied Phycology (2010)
Implementing and innovating marine monitoring approaches for assessing marine environmental status
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