Jordi F. Pagès
Jordi F. Pagès
Centre d'Estudis Avançats de Blanes (CEAB-CSIC)
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Herbivory on freshwater and marine macrophytes: a review and perspective
ES Bakker, KA Wood, JF Pagès, GFC Veen, MJA Christianen, ...
Aquatic Botany, 2016
Assessing the role of large herbivores in the structuring and functioning of freshwater and marine angiosperm ecosystems
ES Bakker, JF Pagès, R Arthur, T Alcoverro
Ecography, 2015
Sediment supply explains long‐term and large‐scale patterns in salt marsh lateral expansion and erosion
CJT Ladd, MF Duggan‐Edwards, TJ Bouma, JF Pages, MW Skov
Geophysical Research Letters 46 (20), 11178-11187, 2019
Indirect interactions in seagrasses: fish herbivores increase predation risk to sea urchins by modifying plant traits
JF Pagès, S Farina, A Gera, R Arthur, J Romero, T Alcoverro
Functional Ecology 26 (5), 1015-1023, 2012
A framework linking ecosystem services and human well-being: operationalising the concept in Welsh saltmarsh
OR Rendón, A Garbutt, M Skov, I Moller, M Alexander, R Ballinger, ...
People and Nature 1, 486–496, 2019
Sensitivity of the seagrass Cymodocea nodosa to hypersaline conditions: a microcosm approach
JF Pagès, M Pérez, J Romero
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 386 (1-2), 34-38, 2010
Immanent conditions determine imminent collapses: nutrient regimes define the resilience of macroalgal communities
J Boada, R Arthur, D Alonso, JF Pagès, A Pessarrodona, S Oliva, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 284 (1851), 20162814, 2017
Matrix composition and patch edges influence plant–herbivore interactions in marine landscapes
JF Pagès, A Gera, J Romero, T Alcoverro
Functional Ecology, 2014
Consumptive and non‐consumptive effects of predators vary with the ontogeny of their prey
A Pessarrodona, J Boada, JF Pagès, R Arthur, T Alcoverro
Ecology 100 (5), e02649, 2019
Combined effects of fragmentation and herbivory on Posidonia oceanica seagrass ecosystems
A Gera, JF Pagès, J Romero, T Alcoverro
Journal of Ecology, 2013
The effect of a centenary storm on the long-lived seagrass Posidonia oceanica
A Gera, JF Pagès, R Arthur, S Farina, G Roca, J Romero, T Alcoverro
Limnology and Oceanography 59 (6), 1910–1918, 2014
Differences in predator composition alter the direction of structure‐mediated predation risk in macrophyte communities
S Farina, R Arthur, JF Pagès, P Prado, J Romero, A Vergés, G Hyndes, ...
Oikos, 2014
Detecting the impacts of harbour construction on a seagrass habitat and its subsequent recovery
G Roca, J Romero, S Columbu, S Farina, JF Pagès, A Gera, G Inglis, ...
Ecological indicators 45, 9-17, 2014
Negative effects of vertebrate on invertebrate herbivores mediated by enhanced plant nitrogen content
Y Zhu, Z Zhong, JF Pages, D Finke, D Wang, Q Ma, N Hassan, H Zhu, ...
Journal of Ecology 107 (2), 901-912, 2019
Large-scale predictions of salt-marsh carbon stock based on simple observations of plant community and soil type
H Ford, A Garbutt, M Duggan-Edwards, R Harvey, C Ladd, MW Skov
Biogeosciences 16 (2), 425-436, 2019
Should we sync? Seascape-level genetic and ecological factors determine seagrass flowering patterns
M Jahnke, JF Pagès, T Alcoverro, PS Lavery, KM McMahon, G Procaccini
Journal of Ecology, 2015
Forgotten landscapes: Public attitudes and perceptions of coastal saltmarshes
E McKinley, JF Pages, RC Ballinger, N Beaumont
Ocean & Coastal Management 187, 105117, 2020
A dynamic view of seagrass meadows in the wake of successful green turtle conservation
MJA Christianen, MM van Katwijk, BI van Tussenbroek, JF Pagès, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 5 (5), 553-555, 2021
Evaluating a key herbivorous fish as a mobile link: a Brownian bridge approach
JF Pagès, F Bartumeus, B Hereu, À López-Sanz, J Romero, T Alcoverro
Marine Ecology Progress Series 492, 199-210, 2013
External conditions drive optimal planting configurations for salt marsh restoration
MF Duggan‐Edwards, JF Pagès, SR Jenkins, TJ Bouma, MW Skov
Journal of Applied Ecology 57 (3), 619-629, 2020
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