Ricardo Haroun
Ricardo Haroun
Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Centro de Biodiversidad y Gestión Ambiental
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Effect of n-3 HUFA levels in Artemia on growth of larval Japanese flounder (Paralichthys olivaceus)
MS Izquierdo, T Arakawa, T Takeuchi, R Haroun, T Watanabe
Aquaculture 105 (1), 73-82, 1992
A checklist of the marine plants from the Canary Islands (central eastern Atlantic Ocean)
RJ Haroun, MC Gil-Rodríguez, JD Castro, WFP Reine
Walter de Gruyter 45 (2), 139-169, 2002
Relationships between rocky-reef fish assemblages, the sea urchin Diadema antillarum and macroalgae throughout the Canarian Archipelago
F Tuya, A Boyra, P Sanchez-Jerez, C Barbera, RJ Haroun
Marine Ecology Progress Series 278, 157-169, 2004
Changes in demersal wild fish aggregations beneath a sea‐cage fish farm after the cessation of farming
F Tuya, P Sanchez‐Jerez, T Dempster, A Boyra, RJ Haroun
Journal of Fish Biology 69 (3), 682-697, 2006
Attraction of wild coastal fishes to an Atlantic subtropical cage fish farms, Gran Canaria, Canary Islands
A Boyra, P Sanchez-Jerez, F Tuya, F Espino, R Haroun
Environmental Biology of Fishes 70 (4), 393-401, 2004
Suitability of three red macroalgae as a feed for the abalone Haliotis tuberculata coccinea Reeve
MP Viera, JLG Pinchetti, GC De Viçose, A Bilbao, S Suárez, RJ Haroun, ...
Aquaculture 248 (1-4), 75-82, 2005
Bathymetric segregation of sea urchins on reefs of the Canarian Archipelago: role of flow-induced forces
F Tuya, J Cisneros-Aguirre, L Ortega-Borges, RJ Haroun
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 73 (3-4), 481-488, 2007
Vertical variability of wild fish assemblages around sea-cage fish farms: implications for management
T Dempster, D Fernandez-Jover, P Sanchez-Jerez, F Tuya, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 304, 15-29, 2005
Spatial patterns and response to wave exposure of shallow water algal assemblages across the Canarian Archipelago: a multi-scaled approach
F Tuya, RJ Haroun
Marine Ecology Progress Series 311, 15-28, 2006
Economic assessment of ecosystem services: monetary value of seagrass meadows for coastal fisheries
F Tuya, R Haroun, F Espino
Ocean & Coastal Management 96, 181-187, 2014
Can one species determine the structure of the benthic community on a temperate rocky reef? The case of the long-spined sea-urchin Diadema antillarum (Echinodermata: Echinoidea …
F Tuya, A Boyra, P Sanchez-Jerez, C Barbera, R Haroun
Hydrobiologia 519 (1), 211-214, 2004
Spatial variation in the structural parameters of Cymodocea nodosa seagrass meadows in the Canary Islands: a multiscaled approach
C Barbera, F Tuya, A Boyra, P Sanchez-Jerez, I Blanch, RJ Haroun
Walter de Gruyter 48 (2), 122-126, 2005
Multivariate analysis of the bentho-demersal ichthyofauna along soft bottoms of the Eastern Atlantic: comparison between unvegetated substrates, seagrass meadows and sandy …
F Tuya, A Boyra, P Sanchez-Jerez, RJ Haroun
Marine Biology 147 (5), 1229-1237, 2005
Checklist of the benthic marine plants of the Madeira Archipelago
AI Neto, DC Cravo, RT Haroun
Walter de Gruyter 44 (4), 391-414, 2001
Phylogeography and bindin evolution in Arbacia, a sea urchin genus with an unusual distribution
HA Lessios, S Lockhart, R Collin, G Sotil, P SANCHEZ‐JEREZ, KS Zigler, ...
Molecular Ecology 21 (1), 130-144, 2012
Restructuring of the ‘Macaronesia’biogeographic unit: A marine multi-taxon biogeographical approach
R Freitas, M Romeiras, L Silva, R Cordeiro, P Madeira, JA González, ...
Scientific Reports 9 (1), 1-18, 2019
Decadal changes in the structure of Cymodocea nodosa seagrass meadows: Natural vs. human influences
F Tuya, L Ribeiro-Leite, N Arto-Cuesta, J Coca, R Haroun, F Espino
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 137, 41-49, 2014
Distributional pattern of seagrasses in the Canary islands (Central-East Atlantic Ocean)
N Pavón-Salas, R Herrera, A Hernández-Guerra, R Haroun
Journal of Coastal Research, 329-335, 2000
MC Gil-Rodríguez, R Haroun, A Ojeda Rodríguez, E Berecibar Zugasti, ...
Lista de especies marinas de Canarias (algas, hongos, plantas y animales), 5-30, 2003
Ecological structure and function differs between habitats dominated by seagrasses and green seaweeds
F Tuya, L Png-Gonzalez, R Riera, R Haroun, F Espino
Marine environmental research 98, 1-13, 2014
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