His primary areas of study are Ecology, Estuary, Benthic zone, Water Framework Directive and Abundance. His work on Habitat, Seagrass and Biomass as part of general Ecology research is frequently linked to Added value, bridging the gap between disciplines. The concepts of his Estuary study are interwoven with issues in Salinity, Temperate climate, Environmental quality, Dominance and Eutrophication.
His Benthic zone research incorporates themes from Invertebrate, Species richness, Fauna and Ecological indicator. His Ecological indicator course of study focuses on Environmental resource management and Ecosystem and Environmental monitoring. His Water Framework Directive research focuses on subjects like Biotic index, which are linked to Benthos, Index of biological integrity and Condition index.
João M. Neto focuses on Ecology, Estuary, Water Framework Directive, Benthic zone and Intertidal zone. His Ecology and Species richness, Biomass, Abundance, Ecosystem and Habitat investigations all form part of his Ecology research activities. His research integrates issues of Hydrology, Salinity and Nutrient, Eutrophication in his study of Estuary.
His research in Water Framework Directive intersects with topics in Sampling, Global biodiversity, Biotic index and Benthos. João M. Neto combines subjects such as Ecological assessment, Ecological indicator, Water quality, Invertebrate and Spatial heterogeneity with his study of Benthic zone. His Ecological indicator research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Diversity index and Environmental resource management.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecology, Estuary, Intertidal zone, Species richness and Habitat destruction. His study in Competition, Asparagopsis armata, Ecosystem, Biodiversity and Marine ecosystem is done as part of Ecology. His study in Estuary is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Phytoplankton, Salinity, River mouth, Microplastics and Dicentrarchus.
His Intertidal zone research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Abundance, Biotic index, Benthic zone and Ecological assessment. His work carried out in the field of Species richness brings together such families of science as Benthos, Functional diversity, Water Framework Directive and Ecological health. The various areas that João M. Neto examines in his Habitat destruction study include Epiphyte, Salt marsh, Marsh, Species diversity and Tide pool.
His primary areas of investigation include Ecology, Estuary, Species richness, Dicentrarchus and Microplastics. Ecology is closely attributed to Shore in his research. His Estuary study is associated with Oceanography.
His studies in Species richness integrate themes in fields like Habitat destruction, Habitat, Water Framework Directive, Marsh and Species diversity. His Dicentrarchus research includes elements of Diplodus vulgaris, Platichthys, EUROPEAN FLOUNDER and Sea bass. João M. Neto has included themes like Zoology, Biota and Flounder in his Microplastics study.
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Review and evaluation of estuarine biotic indices to assess benthic condition
Occurrence of microplastics in commercial fish from a natural estuarine environment
Marine Pollution Bulletin (2018)
Good Environmental Status of marine ecosystems: What is it and how do we know when we have attained it?
User-friendly guide for using benthic ecological indicators in coastal and marine quality assessment
Ocean & Coastal Management (2006)
Response of single benthic metrics and multi-metric methods to anthropogenic pressure gradients, in five distinct European coastal and transitional ecosystems.
Evaluation of the applicability of a marine biotic index to characterize the status of estuarine ecosystems: the case of Mondego estuary (Portugal)
Management of a shallow temperate estuary to control eutrophication: The effect of hydrodynamics on the system’s nutrient loading
Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science (2005)
Diversity of European seagrass indicators: patterns within and across regions
The influence of an extreme drought event in the fish community of a southern Europe temperate estuary
Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science (2007)
A biological trait approach to assess the functional composition of subtidal benthic communities in an estuarine ecosystem
Ecological Indicators (2012)
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