List of relevant publications... 


Cembella, A.D., Ibarra, D.A., Diogène, J., Dahl, E. (2005). Harmful algal blooms and their assessment in fjords and coastal embayments. Oceanography 18(2): 158-171.

See also general GEOHAB list here:


Garcés, E., Camp, J. (2012) Habitat changes in the Mediterranean Sea and the consequences for harmful algal blooms formation. In N. Stambler (ed.), Life in the Mediterranean Sea: A Look at Habitat Changes. Nova Science Publishers, Inc., pp. 519-541


Pizarro-Nova G., Escalera, L., González-Gil, S., Franco, J.M., Reguera, B. (2008). Growth, behaviour and cell toxin quota of Dinophysis acuta Ehrenberg during a daily cycle. Mar. Ecol. Progr. Ser. 353: 89-105.


Fernández-Tejedor M., Elandaloussi L.M., Mallat, E., Cañete, E., Caillaud, A., Riobo, P., Paz, B., Franco, J., Ibarra, D., Cembella, A., Blasco, D., Diogène, J. (2008) The Ebro Delta coastal embayments, a GEOHAB pilot site for the study of HAB population dynamics. In: Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Harmful Algae, Copenhagen, Denmark, 4-8 September 2006 p 114- 116. Eds: Moestrup et al. International Society for the Study of Harmful Algae and Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of Unesco.


Pizarro, G., Paz, B., Franco, J.M., Suzuki, T., Reguera, B. (2008). First detection of Pectenotoxin-11 and confirmation of OA-D8 diol-ester in Dinophysis acuta from European waters by LC-MS/MS. Toxicon 52: 889–896.


Reguera, B., Pizarro, G. (2008). Planktonic dinoflagellates which contain polyether toxins of the old “DSP Complex”. In: Botana, L. (Ed) Seafood and freshwater toxins: Pharmacology physiology and detection. Chapter 15. Taylor & Francis, Londres, 2nd edition, pp. 257-284.

Solé S., Turiel, A., Estrada, A., Llebot, C., Blasco, D., Camp, J., Delgado, M., Fernández-Tejedor, M., Diogène, J. (2009). Climatic forcing on hydrography of a Mediterranean bay (Alfacs Bay). Cont. Shelf Res. 29(15): 1786-1800.


NOTE: Some publications do not explicitly cited "GEOHAB", but they were funded by GEOHAB endorsed projects.