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  • Mangano, M.C.; Berlino, M.; Corbari, L.; Milisenda, G.; Lucchese, M.; Terzo, S.; Bosch-Belmar, M.; Azaza, M.S.; Babarro, J.M.F.; Bakiu, R.; Broitman, B.R.; Buschmann, A.H.; Christofoletti, R.; Dong, Y.; Glamuzina, B.; Luthman, O.; Makridis, P.; Nogueira, A.J.A.; Palomo, M.G.; Dineshram, R.; Sanchez-Jerez, P.; Sevgili, H.; Troell, M.; AbouelFadl, K.Y.; Azra, M.N.; Britz, P.; Carrington, E.; Celi¿, I.; Choi, F.; Qin, C.; Dionísio, M.A.; Dobroslavi¿, T.; Galli, P.; Giannetto, D.; Grabowski, J.H.; Helmuth, B.; Lebata-Ramos, M.J.H.; Lim, P.T.; Liu, Y.; Llorens, S.M.; Mirto, S.; Pe¿arevi¿, M.; Pita, C.; Ragg, N.; Ravagnan, E.; Saidi, D.; Schultz, K.; Shaltout, M.; Tan, S.H. (2022) The aquaculture supply chain in the time of covid-19 pandemic: Vulnerability, resilience, solutions and priorities at the global scale Environmental Science and Policy DOI:10.1016/j.envsci.2021.10.014
  • Rodríguez-Velarte, P.; Babarro, J.M.F.; Cobelo-García, A. (2022) Bioaccumulation patterns of trace elements by native (M. galloprovincialis) and invasive (X. securis) mussels in coastal systems (Vigo Ria, NW Iberian Peninsula) Marine Pollution Bulletin DOI:10.1016/j.marpolbul.2022.113463
  • Sánchez-Jerez, P.; Babarro, J.M.F.; Padin, X.A.; Longa Portabales, A.; Martinez-Llorens, S.; Ballester-Berman, J.D.; Sara, G.; Magano, M.C. (2022) Cumulative climatic stressors strangles marine aquaculture: Ancillary effects of COVID 19 on Spanish mariculture Aquaculture DOI:10.1016/j.aquaculture.2021.737749
  • G. Sar aa; M. C. Manganob; M. Berlinoa; L. Corbaria; M. Lucchesea; G. Milisendab; S. Terzoa; M. S. Azazac; J. M. F. Babarro; R. Bakiue; B. R. Broitmanf; A. H. Buschmanng; R. Christofolettih; A. Deiduni; Y. Dongj; J. Galdiesi; B. Glamuzinak; O. Luthmanl; P. Makridism; A. J. A. Nogueiran; M. G. Palomoo; R. Dineshramp; G. Rilovq; P. Sanchez-Jerezr; H. Sevgilis; M. Troellt; u; K. Y. AbouelFadlv; M. N. Azraw; P. Britzx; C. Brugerey; E. Carringtonz; I. Celi caa; F. Choiab; C. Qinac; T. Dobroslavi ck; P. Galliad; D. Giannettoae; J. Grabowskiab; M. J. H. Lebata-Ramosaf; P. T. Limag; Y. Liuah; S. M. Llorensai; G. Maricchioloaj; S. Mirtoak; M. Pe carevi ck; N. Raggal; E. Ravagnanam; D. Saidian; K. Schultzab; M. Shaltoutao; C. Solidoroaa; S. H. Tanap; V. Thiyagarajanaq; B. Helmuthab (2022) The Synergistic Impacts of Anthropogenic Stressors and COVID-19 on Aquaculture: A Current Global Perspective Reviews in Fisheries Science and Aquaculture DOI:10.1080/23308249.2021.1876633
  • Vázquez E; Woodin SA; Wethey DS; Peteiro LG; Olabarria C (2021) Reproduction Under Stress: Acute Effect of Low Salinities and Heat Waves on Reproductive Cycle of Four Ecologically and Commercially Important Bivalves FRONTIERS IN MARINE SCIENCE DOI:10.3389/fmars.2021.685282
  • TFM - Hugo Marques Feio (30/08/2021) Effectoftemperatureandsedimentdisturbanceonecophysiologicalresponsesoftheinfaunalclam Polititapes rhomboides Université de Nantes
  • PhD - Jihene Lassoued (18/02/2021) Étude des sécrétions coquillère et byssale de la moule Mytilus galloprovincialis: Influence de l¿augmentation de la température et de l¿acidification de l¿eau et possibilités de valorisation Institut National Agronomique de Tunisie
  • TFM - Hamza El Morabet (04/03/2016) Shell thickness as protective tissue of the mussel Mytilus galloprovincialis: effect of cultivation site and culture depth Universidade de Vigo (UVIGO)
  • TFM - Juan Ramón Suárez García (03/03/2016) Análisis macro- y micro-geográfico de la fortaleza de sujeción del mejillón (Mytilus galloprovincialis) en cultivo UdC
  • PhD - Jade Irisarri Cal (15/04/2015) Integration of physiological energetics, biometrics, proximate composition and fatty acids as biomarkers to assess the utilization of fish feed waste by mussels growing near fish cages, UNIVERSIDAD DE VIGO
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  • Prototype | MUSSEL-HFNI: high-frequency non-invasive (HFNI) low-cost biosensor for aquaculture monitoring

    Device to monitor the physiological status of up to 64 bivalves in their culture system in real time. 

    The monitoring system is based on the analysis of micro-movements of bivalves related to valve opening (valvometry). This technique has been confirmed by recent studies as a very promising technique to detect harmful algal blooms or ocean acidification episodes.

    The prototype is being adapted to increase its portability and autonomy. For further information, please contact us by e-mail.