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Luísa Magalhães

Luísa Magalhães

Research Fellow

  • Researcher ID K-3876-2014
  • ORCID 0000-0002-9862-9653
  • Department: Biology
  • Research Group: Functional Biodiversity
  • ISI Web of KnowledgeSM search factor : AU=(Magalhaes L) AND AD=(Aveiro)
  • Thesis title: Co-Operation for Restoring Cockle Shellfisheries and its Ecosystem Services in the Atlantic Area Supervisor: Rosa Freitas Category: BO Grant type: BI Funding entity: INTERREG Grant reference: BI/CESAM/0040/COCKLES Start date: 2018-10-01 End date: 2018-12-31


Research interests

Biology and Ecology of Marine and Estuarine Ecosystems

Management and Valorisation of Marine Resources

Bivalves Population Dynamics

Trematode parasites infecting bivalves with high economic importance

Academic degrees

2004-2008: Degree in Biology (prior Bologna agreement) in the University of Aveiro

2008-2010: MSc degree in Marine Biology in the University of Aveiro

2014-2018: PhD in Biology and Ecology of Global Change in the University of Aveiro and University of Bordeaux

Scientific activities

07.2007-07.2008 (12 months): Curricular trainee in the Portuguese Institute for Sea and Atmosphere (Matosinhos, Portugal) - Scientific Research on Fisheries and Resources management

12.2009-12.2013 (48 months): Research Fellow in the University of Aveiro & CESAM (Aveiro, Portugal) - Scientific Research on EEMA-INAG research project (Ecological quality status of coastal and transitional waters)

01.2014-03.2014 (3 months): Research Fellow in the University of Aveiro & CESAM (Aveiro, Portugal) - Scientific Research on Benthic monitoring of dredging and disposal areas off Ria de Aveiro

04.2014-09.2018 (54 months): PhD Fellow in the University of Aveiro & CESAM (Aveiro, Portugal) and University of Bordeaux (Arcachon, France) - PhD degree in Biology and Ecology of Global Changes (Thesis title: Inventory, dynamics and impact of the trematodes parasites in bivalves with high economic importance)

10.2018-currently: Research Fellow in the University of Aveiro & CESAM (Aveiro, Portugal) - Scientific Research on COCKLES-INTERREG project (Co-Operation for Restoring Cockle Shellfisheries and its Ecosystem Services in the Atlantic Area)

Publications

Projects

Trace elements biogeochemistry in marine systems: interplay of climate change and biological influence See more

COCKLES - Co-Operation for Restoring Cockle Shelfisheries and its Ecosystem Services in the Atlantic Area See more

Environmental monitoring of the Guia marine outfall See more

EEMA - Ecological quality status of coastal and transitional waters See more

Scientific Supervision

Master (Co-supervisor): Simão Correia (CESAM member)


CESAM Funding: