Grigorios Skouradakis

Grigorios Skouradakis
University of Crete | UOC · Department of Biology (School of Sciences and Engineering)

MSc Environmental biology: Marine resources management

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11 Research Items
119 Citations
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Additional affiliations
June 2017 - present
Hellenic Centre for Marine Research
Position
  • PhD Student
Education
September 2003 - July 2006
University of Crete
Field of study
  • Enviromnental biology: Marine resources management
September 1998 - June 2003
Bangor University
Field of study
  • Marine Biology

Publications

Publications (13)
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There is growing interest about marine bivalve aquaculture globally, not only for the market value of the goods produced, but also for the socioeconomic and environmental services that this activity can provide. Arca noae is an endemic Mediterranean bivalve of commercial value, whose previously undescribed population in Elounda Bay we studied in te...
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Biological invasion is one of the main components of global changes in aquatic ecosystems. Unraveling how establishment in novel environments affects key biological features of animals is a key step towards understanding invasion. Gut microbiome of herbivorous animals is important for host health but has been scarcely assessed in invasive species....
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In the marine environment, fish contribute to key ecological processes such as controlling food‐webs through top‐down impacts, especially on algae. To date, the assessment of fish grazing activity has mostly been performed using short‐term (<1 h) censuses by divers or remote cameras which do not allow estimating the variability of grazing rate with...
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There is a growing recognition that an advanced understanding of the trophic characteristics of an invasive consumer can provide important information on its ecological impact. In recent years, the blue swimming crab Portunus segnis, one of the earliest Lessepsian invaders, has considerably expanded its distribution range in the Mediterranean Sea,...
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Among the complex and potentially fundamental shifts that are already reported in the Mediterranean Sea, is the increasing number of non-indigenous species (NIS), affecting the structure and functionality of the marine environment and the consequent supply of resources and marine-related services. Ports and marinas are considered as hotspot sites f...
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Chronic stress is known to impair fish health, performance, and welfare. Although physiological responses to acute stress have been well studied and reliable as well as easily quantified indicators, like circulating cortisol, are available in fish, the same is not true for chronic stress. Specifically, commonly used stress indicators cannot reliabl...
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Good datasets of geo-referenced records of alien species are a prerequisite for assessing the spatio-temporal dynamics of biological invasions, their invasive potential, and the magnitude of their impacts. However, with the exception of first records on a country level or wider regions, observations of species presence tend to remain unpublished, b...
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Good datasets of geo-referenced records of alien species are a prerequisite for assessing the spatio-temporal dynamics of biological invasions, their invasive potential, and the magnitude of their impacts. However, with the exception of first records on a country level or wider regions, observations of species presence tend to remain unpublished, b...
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Abstract The effect of common husbandry conditions (crowding, social environment, water quality, handling, and background color) on the cortisol stress response in adult zebrafish, Danio rerio, was investigated to check the usefulness of zebrafish as a model organism in aquaculture research. In addition, a noninvasive methodology for assessing stre...
Thesis
Η μεταπτυχιακή διατριβή αυτή διερευνά τον δυσχρωματισμό και την υπερμελάνωση στο φαγκρί (Pagrus pagrus), φαινόμενα που εκδηλώνονται σε συνθήκες καλλιέργειας. Σκοπός της μεταπτυχιακής διατριβής αυτής είναι να διαπιστωθούν τα αίτια της διαφοράς στη ποσότητα μελανίνης μεταξύ ήμερου και άγριου φαγκριού. Για να διαπιστωθεί εάν η διαφορά στην ποσότητα με...

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Question (1)
Question
I am looking for any publication confirming or contradicting the presence of Sarpa salpa in the Mediterranean coast of Israel after the invasion of Siganids.

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Project
Establishment of a Monitoring Network and a web-based platform of Non-Indigenous Species (NIS) in Major Ports of Greece. AlienPort project aims to create a monitoring network among the major Ports of Greece based on a web platform that includes data, software and network of scientists. AlienPort will propose a sampling protocol specially focused on NIS species in ports and a management action plan for the Port Authorities to use in order to minimize the impact of the NIS in their ports.