Nuria Marbà

Adjunct Faculty, Adjunct Faculty

Ph.D.

Nuria Marbà is a researcher with IMEDEA (CSIC) in Spain and works in the department of Global Change Research.  Nuria has worked extensively on the population biology and ecology of seagrasses and is now particularly interested in how these ecosystems are responding to the effects of climate change.

Projects

Publications

Journal Article

2015

Seagrass Herbivory Levels Sustain Site-Fidelity in a Remnant Dugong PopulationSeagrass Herbivory Levels Sustain Site- Fidelity in a Remnant Dugong Population

Journal Article

2013

Green turtle herbivory dominates the fate of seagrass primary production in the Lakshadweep islands (Indian Ocean)

Journal Article

2013

Greener pastures? High-density feeding aggregations of green turtles precipitate species shifts in seagrass meadows

Journal Article

2010

Implications of conserving an ecosystem modifier: Increasing green turtle (Chelonia mydas) densities substantially alters seagrass meadows