Miguel B. Gaspar mainly investigates Ecology, Fishery, Bivalvia, Benthic zone and Oceanography. Miguel B. Gaspar has researched Ecology in several fields, including Proteome and Inlet. His work on Spisula, Fishing and Fisheries management as part of general Fishery study is frequently linked to Scombridae, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
The Artisanal fishing research Miguel B. Gaspar does as part of his general Fishing study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Scale and On board, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. Mollusca and Zoology are the main topics of his Bivalvia study. His Benthic zone research incorporates themes from Biomass, Organic matter, Sediment and Ecosystem.
His primary areas of study are Fishery, Ecology, Fishing, Oceanography and Bivalvia. His work in the fields of Fishery, such as Spisula, Fisheries management and Bycatch, intersects with other areas such as Portuguese. His study looks at the relationship between Ecology and topics such as Zoology, which overlap with Mediterranean sea.
His Fishing research includes themes of Ecosystem and Hake. The subject of his Bivalvia research is within the realm of Mollusca. His research in Benthic zone intersects with topics in Sediment and Intertidal zone.
His main research concerns Fishery, Fishing, Ecology, Abundance and Estuary. His Spisula study in the realm of Fishery connects with subjects such as Portuguese. Many of his research projects under Fishing are closely connected to Context and Semi automatic with Context and Semi automatic, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
The Ecology study combines topics in areas such as Evolutionary biology and Genetic structure, Genetic diversity. He combines subjects such as Continental shelf, Oceanography, Benthic zone, Alpha diversity and Spatial ecology with his study of Abundance. His Estuary research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Von bertalanffy, Fecundity, Sediment, Ruditapes and Gill.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Fishery, Ecology, Estuary, Ruditapes and Portuguese. His Fishery study incorporates themes from Gastropoda, Hexaplex trunculus, Bolinus brandaris and Muricidae. His study in Ecology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Evolutionary biology and Genetic diversity.
Miguel B. Gaspar has included themes like Fishing, Sediment and Peninsula in his Estuary study. His Sediment study combines topics in areas such as Dominance, Polychaete, Community structure and Predation. His research investigates the connection with Ruditapes and areas like Invasive species which intersect with concerns in Interspecific competition, Ruditapes decussatus, Development of the gonads, Sexual maturity and Gonad.
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Weight–length relationships for 50 selected fish species of the Algarve coast (southern Portugal)
M.N Santos;M.B Gaspar;P Vasconcelos;C.C Monteiro.
Fisheries Research (2002)
Growth and extremely high production of the non-indigenous invasive species Corbicula fluminea (Muller, 1774): Possible implications for ecosystem functioning
Ronaldo Sousa;António J.A. Nogueira;Miguel B. Gaspar;Carlos Antunes.
Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science (2008)
Growth and reproductive cycle of Donax trunculus L., (Mollusca : Bivalvia) off Faro, southern Portugal
M.B Gaspar;R Ferreira;C.C Monteiro.
Fisheries Research (1999)
Small scale fisheries in Europe: A comparative analysis based on a selection of case studies
Olivier Guyader;Patrick Berthou;C. Koutsikopoulos;Frédérique Alban.
Fisheries Research (2013)
Shell morphometric relationships of the most common bivalve species (Mollusca: Bivalvia) of the Algarve coast (southern Portugal)
Miguel B. Gaspar;Miguel N. Santos;Paulo Vasconcelos;Carlos C. Monteiro.
Biallelic RIPK1 mutations in humans cause severe immunodeficiency, arthritis, and intestinal inflammation
Delphine Cuchet-Lourenço;Davide Eletto;Changxin Wu;Vincent Plagnol.
An experimental study of gill net and trammel net 'ghost fishing' off the Algarve (southern Portugal)
Karim Erzini;C. C. Monteiro;J. Ribeiro;M. N. Santos.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (1997)
Doubly uniparental inheritance (DUI) of mitochondrial DNA in Donax trunculus (Bivalvia: Donacidae) and the problem of its sporadic detection in Bivalvia.
Ioannis Theologidis;Stilianos Fodelianakis;Miguel B. Gaspar;Eleftherios Zouros.
Abiotic impacts on spatial and temporal distribution of Corbicula fluminea (Müller, 1774) in the River Minho estuary, Portugal
Ronaldo Sousa;Marta Rufino;Miguel Gaspar;Carlos Antunes.
Aquatic Conservation-marine and Freshwater Ecosystems (2008)
The use of the marine biotic index AMBI in the assessment of the ecological status of the Obidos lagoon (Portugal)
Susana Carvalho;Miguel B. Gaspar;Ana Moura;Carlos Vale.
Marine Pollution Bulletin (2006)
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