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F. Tomas, Álvarez-Cascos, D., Turon, X., and Romero, J., Differential element assimilation by sea urchins Paracentrotus lividus in seagrass beds: implications for trophic interactions, Marine Ecology Progress Series, vol. 306, pp. 125 - 131, 2006.
F. Tomas, Turon, X., and Romero, J., Effects of herbivores on a Posidonia oceanica seagrass meadow: importance of epiphytes, Marine Ecology Progress Series, vol. 287, pp. 115 - 125, 2005.
P. Prado, Tomas, F., Alcoverro, T., and Romero, J., Extensive direct measurements of Posidonia oceanica defoliation confirm the importance of herbivory in temperate seagrass meadows, Marine Ecology Progress Series, vol. 340, pp. 63 - 71, 2007.
P. Prado, Farina, S., Tomas, F., Romero, J., and Alcoverro, T., Marine protection and meadow size alter fish herbivory in seagrass ecosystems, Marine Ecology Progress Series, vol. 371, pp. 11 - 21, 2008.
O. Invers, Tomas, F., Perez, M., and Romero, J., Potential effect of increased CO2 availability on the depth distribution of the seagrass Posidonia oceanica (L.) Delile: a tentative assessment using a carbon balance model, Bulletin of Marine SCience, vol. 3, no. 71, 2002.
M. Manzanera, Alcoverro, T., Tomas, F., and Romero, J., Response of Posidonia oceanica to burial dynamics, Marine Ecology Progress Series, vol. 423, pp. 47 - 56, 2011.
S. Farina, Tomas, F., Prado, P., Romero, J., and Alcoverro, T., Seagrass meadow structure alters interactions between the sea urchin Paracentrotus lividus and its predators, Marine Ecology Progress Series, vol. 377, pp. 131 - 137, 2009.
F. Tomas, Turon, X., and Romero, J., Seasonal and small-scale spatial variability of herbivory pressure on the temperate seagrass Posidonia oceanica, Marine Ecology Progress Series, vol. 301, pp. 95 - 107, 2005.
F. Tomas, Romero, J., and Turon, X., Settlement and recruitment of the sea urchin Paracentrotus lividus in two contrasting habitats in the Mediterranean, Marine Ecology Progress Series, vol. 282, pp. 173 - 184, 2004.