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2011In situ experimental decomposition studies in estuaries: A comparison of Phragmites australis and Fucus vesiculosusLopes, M. L.; Martins, P.; Ricardo, F.; Rodrigues, A. M.; Quintino, V.articlerestrictedAccess
Sep-2011Can biotic indices detect mild organic enrichment of the seafloor?Sampaio, L.; Rodrigues, A. M.; Quintino, V.articlerestrictedAccess
2012Reproductive biology of Diopatra neapolitana (Annelida, Onuphidae), an exploited natural resource in Ria de Aveiro (Northwestern Portugal)Pires, A.; Gentil, F.; Quintino, V.; Rodrigues, A. M.articleopenAccess
2006Amphipod acute and chronic sediment toxicity assessment in estuarine environmental monitoring: An example from Ria de Aveiro, NW PortugalCastro, H.; Ramalheira, F.; Quintino, V.; Rodrigues, A. M.articlerestrictedAccess
2005Sea-bottom classification across a shallow-water bar channel and near-shore shelf, using single-beam acousticsFreitas, R.; Sampaio, L.; Rodrigues, A. M.; Quintino, V.articlerestrictedAccess
Feb-2003Benthic biotopes remote sensing using acousticsFreitas, R.; Rodrigues, A. M.; Quintino, V.articlerestrictedAccess
2006The derivation, performance and role of univariate and multivariate indicators of benthic change: case studies at differing spatial scalesQuintino, V.; Elliott, M.; Rodrigues, A. M.articlerestrictedAccess
2011Benthic biodiversity patterns in Ria de Aveiro, Western Portugal: Environmental-biological relationshipsRodrigues, A. M.; Quintino, V.; Sampaio, L.; Freitas, R.; Neves, R.articlerestrictedAccess
2007Acute toxicity testing with the European estuarine amphipod Corophium multisetosumRe, A.; Rodrigues, A. M.; Quintino, V.otherrestrictedAccess
2009In situ experimental study of reed leaf decomposition along a full salinity gradientQuintino, V.; Sangiorgio, F.; Ricardo, F.; Mamede, R.; Pires, A.; Freitas, R.; Rodrigues, A. M.; Basset, A.articlerestrictedAccess
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