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Mediterranean Area

Mediterranean Area

Zooplankton annual cycle in a Mediterranean coastal area

The Expansion of the West in the Mediterranean Area

Genetic Structure of Sesamia nonagrioides (Lefebvre) Populations in the Mediterranean Area

Benthic impacts of recreational divers in a Mediterranean Marine Protected Area

Dispersion of Aedes albopictus in the Spanish Mediterranean Area

Impact of cage farming of fish on the seabed in three Mediterranean coastal areas

Insights into present‐day crustal motion in the central Mediterranean area from GPS surveys

Zooplankton assemblages and influence of environmental parameters on them in a Mediterranean coastal area

Conservative features of picoplankton in a Mediterranean eutrophic area, the Bay of Naples

Small-scale distribution of fish larvae around the Medes Islands marine protected area (NW Mediterranean)

Structure and spatio-temporal dynamics of artisanal fisheries around a Mediterranean marine protected area

New approaches to modelling cross-sectional area to height allometry in four Mediterranean pine species

An update on the occurrence of nematodes belonging to the genus Bursaphelenchus in the Mediterranean area

P3446Successful ageing - continental vs insular Mediterranean areas and Western vs Eastern Greek Mediterranean islands - of older adults: the multinational MEDIS study

Relationship between Maximum Leaf Photosynthesis, Nitrogen Content and Specific Leaf Area in Balearic Endemic and Non‐endemic Mediterranean Species

The Mediterranean Recluse Spider, Loxosceles rufescens (Dufour): An Abundant but Cryptic Inhabitant of Deep Infrastructure in the Washington, D.C. Area (Arachnida: Araneae: Sicariidae)

Exploitation of trawler discards by breeding seabirds in the north-western Mediterranean: differences between the Ebro Delta and the Balearic Islands areas

 

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The nature and extent of relations among Egypt, Cyprus, Anatolia, Crete, the Aegean islands (Cyclades), and mainland Greece increase from late prehistory to the Bronze Age (c.3500–1070bce)—albeit with fluctuations and ...

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