Publicaciones

  • Gianelli I., Ortega, L., Defeo, o (2019)  Modeling short-term fishing dynamics in a small-scale intertidal shellfishery. Fisheries Research 209: 242-250

  • Proverbio, C., Carnevia, D., Jorge-Romero, G., Lercari, D. (2019) Herramientas para el mantenimiento de la almeja amarilla Mesodesma mactroides en condiciones experimentales de cautiverio. Innotec 18: 124-141

  • Orlando, L., Ortega, L., Defeo, O. (2019) Multi-decadal variability in sandy beach area and the role of climate forcing, Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 218: 197-203

  • Jorge-Romero, G., Lercari, D., Ortega, L., Defeo, O. (2019) Long-term ecological footprints of a man-made freshwater discharge onto a sandy beach ecosystem. Ecological indicators, 96: 412-420

  • Gianelli. I., horta, S., Martínez, G., de la Rosa, A., Defeo, O. (2018) Operationalizing an ecosystem approach to small-scale fisheries in developing countries: The case of Uruguay. Marine Policy 95: 180-188

  • Celentano, E., Lercari, D., Maneiro, P., Rodríguez, P., Gianelli, I., Ortega, L., Orlando, L., Defeo, O. (2018) The forgotten dimension in sandy beach ecology: Vertical distribution of the macrofauna and its environment. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 217: 165-172

  • Lercari, D., Defeo,  O., Ortega, L., Orlando, L., Gianelli, I., Celentano, E. (2018) Long-term structural and functional changes driven by climate variability and fishery regimes in a sandy beach ecosystem. Ecological Modelling 368: 41-51

  • McLachlan, A., Defeo, O. (2018) The Ecology of Sandy Shores. Elsevier, Academic Press

  • McLachlan, A., Defeo, O., Short, A. (2018) Characterising sandy beaches into major types and states: Implications for ecologists and managers. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 215: 152-160

  • Defeo, O., Gianelli, I., Martínez, G., Ortega, L., Celentano, E., Lercari, D., de la Rosa, A. (2018) Natural, social and governance responses of a small-scale fishery to mass mortalities: the yellow clam Mesodesma mactroides in Uruguay. Global Change in Marine Systems: Societal and Governing Responses. Guillotreau P, Bundy A, Perry RI (eds.) Routledge Studies in Environment, Culture, and Society Series, Chapter 17

  • Martínez, G., Arim, M., Defeo, O. (2017) Distribution of the isopod Excirolana braziliensis on sandy beaches of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Marine Ecology Progress Series 583: 137-148