Conference Communications

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SELECTED RECENT TALKS AT CONFERENCES

2015. Tomas, F., Hernan G., Buia MC, Terrados J. Seagrass herbivory patterns are altered under ocean acidification. Benthic Ecology Meeting, Quebec, CANADA.

2015. Hernan G., Martinez A., Terrados J., Tomas, F. Effects of temperature in seagrass seedlings and its trophic relations. American Society for Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO) meeting, Granada , SPAIN.

2015. Tomas, F., Hernan G., Buia MC, Terrados J. Ocean acidification modifies within-plant herbivory patterns in the seagrass Posidonia oceanica. American Society for Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO) meeting, Granada , SPAIN.

2014. Tomas, F., Cerezo E., Becerro M., Romero J.Warming may release sea urchin top-down control on a seagrass. Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting. Portland, Oregon, USA. Oral presentation.

2014. Tomas, F., Martínez-Crego B., Hernán G., Santos R. Contrasting effects of ocean acidification, eutrophication and herbivory on seagrass – herbivore interactions. Ocean Sciences Meeting, Hawaii, USA. Oral presentation.

2014. Tomas, F., Martínez-Crego B., Hernán G., Santos R. Eutrophication and acidification impacts on seagrass do not equally translate to its consumers. 37th Annual Meeting Pacific Estuarine Research Society, Newport, Oregon, USA. Oral presentation.

2011. Tomas, F., Byrnes, J., Stachowicz, J.J. Native predators prefer exotic prey regardless of prey naiveté in fouling communities. Oral Presentation. Seventh International Conference on Marine Bioinvasions. Barcelona, Spain

2011. Tomas, F., Ballesteros, E., Kizilkaya, Z., Yildirim, D., Sala, E. Introduced herbivorous fish create underwater deserts in the Eastern Mediterranean. Oral Presentation. Benthic Ecology Meeting. Mobile, Alabama, USA

2010. Tomas F., Abbott J.M, Steinberg C., Balk M., Williams S.L., Stachowicz J.J.Ecological consequences of genotype identity on community processes and response to disturbance in a marine foundation species. Oral Presentation. Ecological Society Of America Meeting. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.

2010.  Tomas F., Stachowicz J.J. Does the Enemy Release Hypothesis apply to marine invasions? An experimental test with fouling communities. Oral Presentation. Western Society of Naturalists Meeting. San Diego, CA, USA

2010. Tomas F., Cebrian E., Ballesteros E.Differential herbivory of invasive algae by native fish: temporal and spatial variability. Oral Presentation. Sexto Simposio Ibérico de Estudios de Biología Marina (SIEBM). Alicante, Spain

2009. Tomas F., Box A., Terrados J.Elucidating enemy release strategies of invasive macroalgae in the Mediterranean Sea. Oral Presentation. Sixth International Conference on Marine Bioinvasions. Portland, Oregon, USA

RECENT INVITED TALKS

2012.  NSN & COST WORKSHOP: “Integrating European seagrass research: “Understanding the players, processes and problems” Arendal, Norway: How are top-down relationships affected by plant stressors such as light, nutrients, CO2/acidification and algae?

2012. Center of Marine Sciences, Universidad de Algarve, Faro, Portugal: Independent and interactive effects of increased CO2 and nutrients on seagrass – herbivore interactions

2012. Centro de Estudios Avanzados de Blanes, CSIC, Spain: Tropical herbivores in a temperate system: phase and paradigm shifts

2011. Dept. of Zoology, Oregon State University, Corvallis, USA: Genetic and anthropogenic influences on a marine herbivore – plant interaction

2011. Hatfield Marine Station, Oregon State University, Newport, USA: Can native enemies provide biotic resistance to marine bioinvasions?

2011. Dept. of Biology, Northeastern University, Boston, USA: Human Impacts on Seagrass Ecosystems: a trophic interaction perspective

2010. Instituto Español de Oceanografía, Murcia, Spain: Effects of plant genotype vs. eutrophication on Zostera marina and its interactions with herbivores

2010. Centro de Estudios Avanzados de Blanes, CSIC, Spain: Genotypic identity in a habitat-forming species: response to eutrophication and effects on herbivory

2010. Ecology Department, University of Barcelona, Spain

2010. Instituto Mediterraneo de Estudios Avanzados, CSIC, Spain

2009. Bodega Marine Laboratory, University California Davis, USA: Trophic  interactions under human influence: effects on Mediterranean subtidal systems.

2009. PalmaAquarium, Palma de Mallorca, Spain.

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