Oriol Rodríguez-Romeu

Oriol Rodríguez-Romeu
Autonomous University of Barcelona | UAB · Department of Animal Biology, Vegetal Biology and Ecology

Postdoctoral Researcher


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Publications (5)
Anthropogenic pollution is considered one of the main threats to the marine environment, and there is an imperious need to assess its potential impact on ecologically and economically relevant species. This study characterises plastic ingestion and tissue levels of potentially toxic metallic elements in Nephrops norvegicus and their simultaneous le...
The European anchovy (Engraulis encrasicolus) is a small pelagic fish with an outstanding commercial value supporting important fisheries and is a key component of pelagic ecosystems in the Mediterranean Sea. Progressive reductions in the population size of this species has been observed in the Mediterranean Sea during recent decades, accompanied b...
Microfibres are among the most prevalent type of microplastics in marine environments. Man-made fibres derived from cellulose are distributed worldwide, but are often confused with synthetic plastic fibres and consequently neglected. All these fibres may adversely affect aquatic organisms, but their levels and potential effects in wild fish remain...
The population structure, reproductive biology and feeding ecology of the two notacanthids inhabiting the deep Mediterranean, Notacanthus bonapartei and Polyacanthonotus rissoanus, were analyzed in the Balearic Basin at depths from 579 to 2233 m (mainly pristine depths or subjected to low fishing impact), including seasonal variations. Preferred av...
This study examined the population structure, reproductive cycle and feeding pattern of the lanternfih Lampanyctus crocodilus in the Balearic Basin (NW Mediterranean) from 450 to 1800 m of depth and at a seasonal scale. Juveniles were mainly located at shallower depths, but also at deepest stations in autumn, while adults mostly inhabited intermedi...


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