Browsing by Author "Peters, Francesc"
Analysis of sedimentation and resuspension processes of aquaculture biosolids using an oscillating grid Masaló Llorà, Ingrid; Guadayol, Oscar; Peters, Francesc; Oca Baradad, Joan (2008-01)
Restricted access - publisher's policySedimentation and resuspension processes of aquaculture biosolids (non-ingested feed and faeces) are analysed using vertically oscillating grids as a source of turbulence in fluid tanks. An oscillating grid system consists ...
Masaló Llorà, Ingrid; Guadayol Roig, Òscar; Peters, Francesc; Oca Baradad, Joan (World Aquaculture Society, 2006-05)
Saharan dust deposition may affect phytoplankton growth in the mediterranean sea at ecological time scales Gallisai, Rachele; Peters, Francesc; Volpe, Gianluca; Basart Alpuente, Sara; Baldasano Recio, José María (2014-10-21)
Open AccessThe surface waters of the Mediterranean Sea are extremely poor in the nutrients necessary for plankton growth. At the same time, the Mediterranean Sea borders with the largest and most active desert areas in the world and ...
Stepped coastal water warming revealed by multiparametric monitoring at NW Mediterranean fixed stations Bahamon, Nixon; Aguzzi, Jacopo; Ahumada-Sempoal, Miguel Ángel; Bernardello, Raffaele; Reuschel, Charlotte; Company, Joan Baptista; Peters, Francesc; Gordoa, Ana; Navarro, Joan; Velásquez, Zoila; Cruzado, Antonio (MDPI, 2020)
Open AccessSince 2014, the global land and sea surface temperature has scaled 0.23 °C above the decadal average (2009–2018). Reports indicate that Mediterranean Sea temperatures have been rising at faster rates than in the global ...
Stepped water warming effects on coastal ecosystem dynamics as monitored from fixed mooring stations in NW Mediterranean Sea Bahamón Rivera, Nixon; Ahumada-Sempoal, Miguel Ángel; Company, Joan Baptista; Reuschel, Charlotte; Peters, Francesc; Bernardello, Raffaele; Navarro, Joan; Velásquez, Zoila; Cruzado, Antonio (2020-01-29)
Restricted access - publisher's policyAverage global land and ocean surface temperature has stepped up since 2014 above the average. The Mediterranean Sea temperature follows this global trend. The effects of the warming on coastal areas in the Mediterranean ...