Department of Biology, University of the Azores
Apartado 1422, 9501-801 Ponta Delgada
São Miguel, Azores, Portugal
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João Faria holds a PhD in Biology from the University of Lisbon. His interests lie in the field of climate change, evolutionary ecology, population genetics and connectivity in marine organisms. He’s currently studying the effects of carbon dioxide seeps on marine biodiversity and species interactions, as a way to further our understanding of ocean acidification consequences.
Martins, G.M., Harley, C.D.G., Faria, J., Vale, M., Hawkins, S.J., Neto, A.I. & Arenas, F. (2019) Direct and indirect effects of climate change squeeze the local distribution of a habitat-forming seaweed.Marine Ecology Progress Series, 626, 43-52. DOI:10.3354/meps13080 (IF2018 2,359; Q1 Marine & Freshwater Biology)
Kellaris, A., Gil, A., Faria, J., Amaral, R., Moreu, I., Neto, A. & Yesson, C. (2019) Using low‐cost drones to monitor heterogeneous submerged seaweed habitats: A case study in the Azores.Aquatic Conservation-Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, Online early, . DOI:10.1002/aqc.3189 (IF2018 2,935; Q1 Marine & Freshwater Biology)
Faria, J., Martins, G.M., Pita, A., Ribeiro, P.A., Hawkins, S.J., Presa, P. & Neto, A.I. (2017) Disentangling the genetic and morphological structure of Patella candei complex in Macaronesia (NE Atlantic).Ecology and Evolution, 7(16), 6125-6140. DOI:10.1002/ece3.3121 (IF2017 2,340; Q2 Ecology)