|Short-and long-term consistency in the foraging niche of wandering albatrosses|
FR Ceia, RA Phillips, JA Ramos, Y Cherel, RP Vieira, P Richard, ...
Marine biology 159, 1581-1591, 2012
|Individual specialization in the foraging and feeding strategies of seabirds: a review|
FR Ceia, JA Ramos
Marine biology 162 (10), 1923-1938, 2015
|Annual and seasonal consistency in the feeding ecology of an opportunistic species, the yellow-legged gull Larus michahellis|
FR Ceia, VH Paiva, V Fidalgo, L Morais, A Baeta, P Crisóstomo, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 497, 273-284, 2014
|Coastal vulnerability in barrier islands: The high risk areas of the Ria Formosa (Portugal) system|
FR Ceia, J Patrício, JC Marques, JA Dias
Ocean & Coastal Management 53 (8), 478-486, 2010
|Can variations in the spatial distribution at sea and isotopic niche width be associated with consistency in the isotopic niche of a pelagic seabird species?|
FR Ceia, VH Paiva, S Garthe, JC Marques, JA Ramos
Marine Biology 161, 1861-1872, 2014
|Population dynamics of Corbicula fluminea (Müller, 1774) in mesohaline and oligohaline habitats: Invasion success in a Southern Europe estuary|
JN Franco, FR Ceia, J Patrício, V Modesto, J Thompson, JC Marques, ...
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 112, 31-39, 2012
|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
|The influence of mesh size in environmental quality assessment of estuarine macrobenthic communities|
T Couto, J Patrício, JM Neto, FR Ceia, J Franco, JC Marques
Ecological Indicators 10 (6), 1162-1173, 2010
|Spatial foraging segregation by close neighbours in a wide-ranging seabird|
FR Ceia, VH Paiva, RS Ceia, S Hervías, S Garthe, JC Marques, ...
Oecologia 177, 431-440, 2015
|Assessment of estuarine macrobenthic assemblages and ecological quality status at a dredging site in a southern Europe estuary|
FR Ceia, J Patrício, J Franco, R Pinto, S Fernández-Boo, V Losi, ...
Ocean & Coastal Management 72, 80-92, 2013
|Conservation implications of consistent foraging and trophic ecology in a rare petrel species|
I Ramírez, VH Paiva, I Fagundes, D Menezes, I Silva, FR Ceia, RA Phillips, ...
Animal Conservation 19 (2), 139-152, 2016
|Environmentally driven sexual segregation in a marine top predator|
VH Paiva, J Pereira, FR Ceia, JA Ramos
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-11, 2017
|Sexual and individual foraging segregation in Gentoo penguins Pygoscelis papua from the Southern Ocean during an abnormal winter|
JC Xavier, PN Trathan, FR Ceia, GA Tarling, S Adlard, D Fox, ...
Plos one 12 (3), e0174850, 2017
|Distribution, habitat and trophic ecology of Antarctic squid Kondakovia longimana and Moroteuthis knipovitchi: inferences from predators and stable isotopes|
J Seco, J Roberts, FR Ceia, A Baeta, JA Ramos, VH Paiva, JC Xavier
Polar Biology 39 (1), 167-175, 2016
|A switch in the Atlantic Oscillation correlates with inter-annual changes in foraging location and food habits of Macaronesian shearwaters (Puffinus baroli) nesting on two …|
JA Ramos, AI Fagundes, JC Xavier, V Fidalgo, FR Ceia, R Medeiros, ...
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 104, 60-71, 2015
|Barrier-islands vulnerability and Ria Formosa dynamics under a management viewpoint|
Journal of Integrated Coastal Zone Management 9 (1), 57-77, 2009
|Mercury accumulation in gentoo penguins Pygoscelis papua: spatial, temporal and sexual intraspecific variations|
S Pedro, JC Xavier, S Tavares, PN Trathan, N Ratcliffe, VH Paiva, ...
Polar Biology 38 (9), 1335-1343, 2015
|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
|Seasonal and annual differences in the foraging ecology of two gull species breeding in sympatry and their use of fishery discards|
JG Calado, DM Matos, JA Ramos, F Moniz, FR Ceia, JP Granadeiro, ...
Journal of Avian Biology 49 (1), 2018
|Analysis of stable isotope ratios in blood of tracked wandering albatrosses fails to distinguish a δ13C gradient within their winter foraging areas in the southwest Atlantic Ocean|
FR Ceia, JA Ramos, RA Phillips, Y Cherel, DC Jones, RP Vieira, ...
Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 29 (24), 2328-2336, 2015