Department of Biology, University of the Azores
Apartado 1422, 9501-801 Ponta Delgada
São Miguel, Azores, Portugal
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I received a Ph.D. in Marine Sciences from the University of Vigo in 2005 and I am currently working in the Aquatic Ecology Group, of cE3c, based at the University of Azores. For many years, I have been involved in research on biology and ecology of benthic communities, studying the effects of both climate and non-climate perturbations on coastal biodiversity. My current research focuses on evaluating the effects of urbanization on coastal systems.
Cacabelos, E., Thompson, R.C., Prestes, A.C.L., Azevedo, J.M.N., Neto, A.I. & Martins, G.M. (2019) Patchiness in habitat distribution can enhance biological diversity of coastal engineering structures.Aquatic Conservation-Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 29(1), 127-135. DOI:10.1002/aqc.2972 (IF2018 2,935; Q1 Marine & Freshwater Biology)
Prestes, A.C.L., Cacabelos, E., Neto, A.I. & Martins, G.M. (2017) Temporal stability in macroalgal assemblage standing stock despite high species turnover.Marine Ecology Progress Series, 567, 249–256. DOI:10.3354/meps12039 (IF2017 2,276; Q1 Marine & Freshwater Biology)
Bertocci, I., Arenas, F., Cacabelos, E., Martins, G.M., Seabra, M.I., Álvaro, N.V., Fernandes, J.N., Gaião, R., Mamede, N., Mulas, M. & Neto, AI (2017) Nowhere safe? Exploring the influence of urbanization across mainland and insular seashores in continental Portugal and the Azorean Archipelago.Marine Pollution Bulletin, 114, 644-655. DOI:10.1016/j.marpolbul.2016.10.045 (IF2017 3,241; Q1 Environmental Sciences)
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