• Crisci C, Ledoux J. -, Mokhtar-Jamaï K, Bally M, Bensoussan N, Aurelle D et al. Regional and local environmental conditions do not shape the response to warming of a marine habitat-forming species. Scientific Reports 2017;DOI:10.1038/s41598-017-05220-4. [More] [PDF version, authorized staff only]
  • Grupstra C. G, Coma R, Ribes M, Leydet K. P, Parkinson J. E, McDonald K et al. Evidence for coral range expansión accompanied by reduced diversity of Symbiodinium genotypes. Coral Reefs 2017;DOI: 10.1007/s00338-017-1589-2. [More] [PDF version, authorized staff only]
  • Morganti T, Coma R, Yahel G, Ribes M. Trophic niche separation that facilitates co-existence of high and low microbial abundance sponges is revealed by in situ study of carbón and nitrogen fluxes. Limnology and Oceanography 2017:doi: 10.1002/lno.105. [More] [PDF version, authorized staff only]
  • Serrano E, Ribes M, Coma R. Recurrent partial mortality events in winter shape the dynamics of the zooxanthellate coral Oculina patagonica at a high latitude in the Mediterranean. Coral Reefs 2017;36:27-38. [More] [PDF version, authorized staff only]


  • Bernardello R, Serrano E, Coma R, Ribes M, Bahamon N. A comparison of remote sensing SST and in situ seawater temperature in near-shore habitats in the Western in the Mediterranean Sea. Marine Ecology Progress Series 2016;559:21-34. [More] [PDF version, authorized staff only]
  • Morganti T, Yahel G, Ribes M, Coma R. “VacuSIP”, an improved “InEx” method for in situ measurement of particulate and dissolved compounds processed by active suspension feeders. Journal of Visualized Experiments 2016. [More] [PDF version, authorized staff only]
  • Catalá T. S, Reche I, Ramón C. L, López-Sanz A, Álvarez M, Calvo E et al. Chromophoric signatures of microbial by-products in the dark ocean. Geophysical Research Letters 2016;43:7639-7648. [More]
  • Ribes M, Calvo E, Movilla J, Logares R, Coma R, Pelejero C. Restructuring of the sponge microbiome favors tolerance to ocean acidification. Environmental Microbiology Reports 2016;8:536-544. [More] [PDF version, authorized staff only]
  • Movilla J, Calvo E, Coma R, Serrano E, López-Sanz A, Pelejero C. Annual response of two Mediterranean azooxanthellate temperate corals to low-pH and high-temperature conditions. Marine Biology 2016. [More] [PDF version, authorized staff only]
  • Aparicio F. L, Nieto-Cid M, Borrull E, Calvo E, Pelejero C, Sala M. M et al. Eutrophication and acidification: do they induce changes in the dissolved organic matter dynamics in the coastal Mediterranean Sea?. Science of the Total Environment 2016;563-564:179-189. [More] [PDF version, authorized staff only]
  • Marañón E, Balch W. M, Cermeño P, González N, Sobrino C, Fernández A et al. Coccolithophore calcification is independent of carbonate chemistry in the tropical ocean. Limnology and Oceanography 2016;61:1345–1357. [More] [PDF version, authorized staff only]
  • Bunse C, Lundin D, Karlsson C. M, Akram N, Vila-Costa M, Palovaara J et al. Response of marine bacterioplankton pH homeostasis gene expression to elevated CO2. Nature Climate Change 2016. [More]
  • Sala M. M, Aparicio F. L, Balagué V, Boras J. A, Borrull E, Cardelús C et al. Contrasting effects of ocean acidification on the microbial food web under different trophic conditions. ICES Journal of Marine Science 2016;73:670–679. [More]
  • Isari S, Zervoudaki S, Peters J, Papantoniou G, Pelejero C, Saiz E. Lack of evidence for elevated CO2-induced bottom-up effects on marine copepods: A dinoflagellate-calanoid prey-predator pair. ICES Journal of Marine Science 2016;73:650-658. [More]


  • Erwin P. M, Coma R, López-Sendino P, Serrano E, Ribes M. Stable symbionts across the HMA-LMA dichotomy: Low seasonal and inter-annual variation in sponge-associated bacteria from taxonomically diverse hosts. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 2015;91. [More] [PDF version, authorized staff only]
  • Ribes M, Dziallas C, Coma R, Riemann L. Microbial diversity and putative diazotrophy in high- and low-microbial-abundance Mediterranean sponges. Applied Environmental Microbiology 2015;81:5683-5693. [More] [PDF version, authorized staff only]
  • Coma R, Llorente-Llurba E, Serrano E, Gili J. M, Ribes M. Natural heterotrophic feeding by a temperate octocoral with symbiotic zooxanthellae: a contribution to understand the mechanisms of die-off events. Coral Reefs 2015;34:549-560. [More] [PDF version, authorized staff only]
  • Isari S, Zervoudaki S, Saiz E, Pelejero C. Copepod performance under CO2-induced acidification: the case of Acartia grani and Oithona davisae. In: Proceedings of the 11th Panhellenic Symposium in Oceanography and Fisheries, “Aquatic Horizons: Challenges & Perspectives” 13-17 May, Mytilene, Lesvos island, Greece; 2015. 865-868. [More]
  • Isari S, Zervoudaki S, Saiz E, Pelejero C, Peters J. Copepod vital rates under CO2-induced acidification: a calanoid species and a cyclopoid species under short-term exposures. Journal of Plankton Research 2015. [More]
  • Catalá T. S, Reche I, Álvarez M, Khatiwala S, Guallart E. F, Benítez-Barrios V. M et al. Water mass age and ageing driving chromophoric dissolved organic matter in the dark global ocean. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 2015. [More]
  • Baltar F, Palovaara J, Vila-Costa M, Gasol J. M, Salazar G, Calvo E et al. Response of rare, common and abundant bacterioplankton to anthropogenic perturbations in a Mediterranean coastal site. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 2015;in press. [More]
  • De la Fuente M, Skinner L, Calvo E, Pelejero C, Cacho I. Increased reservoir ages and poorly ventilated deep waters inferred in the glacial Eastern Equatorial Pacific. Nature Communications 2015;in press. [More]
  • Fajar N. M, Guallart E. F, Steinfeldt R, Ríos A. F, Pelegrí J. L, Pelejero C et al. Anthropogenic CO2 changes in the Equatorial Atlantic Ocean. Progress in Oceanography 2015;134:256-270. [More]
  • Guallart E. F, Fajar N. M, Padín X. A, Vázquez-Rodríguez M, Calvo E, Ríos A. F et al. Ocean acidification along the 24.5°N section in the subtropical North Atlantic. Geophysical Research Letters 2015;42:450–458. [More]
  • Guallart E. F, Schuster U, Fajar N. M, Legge O, Brown P, Pelejero C et al. Trends in anthropogenic CO2 in water masses of the Subtropical North Atlantic Ocean. Progress in Oceanography 2015;131:21-32. [More] [PDF version, authorized staff only]