Tuya, F. & Aguilar, R. & Espino, F. & Bosch, N.E. & Meyers, E.K.M. & Jimenez-Alvarado, D. & Castro, J.J. & Otero-Ferrer, F. & Haroun, R. (2022)
Differences in the occurrence and abundance of batoids across an oceanic archipelago using complementary data sources: Implications for conservation. Ecology and Evolution, in press
DOI: 10.1002/ece3.8290
Santin, A. & Aguilar, R. & Akyol, O. & Begburs, C. R. & Benoit, L. & Chimienti, G. & Crocetta, F. & Dalyan, C. & de La Linde Rubio, A. & Dragicevic, B. & Dulcic, J. & Giglio, G. & Gönülal, O. & Kebapcioglu, T. & Kesici, N. B. & Kiparissis, S. & Kousteni, V. & Mancini, E. & Mastrototaro, F. & Menut, T. & Montesanto, F. & Peristeraki, P. & Poursanidis, D. & Renoult, J. & Sánchez-Tocino, L. & Sperone, E. & Tiralongo, F. (2021)
New records of rare species in the Mediterranean Sea (March 2021). Mediterranean Marine Science, 22(1), 199–217
DOI: 10.12681/mms.25295
Bangley, C.W. & Edwards, M.L. & Mueller, C. & Fisher, R.A. & Aguilar, R. & Heggie, K. & Richie, K. & Ahr, B.J. & Ogburn, M.B. (2021)
Environmental associations of cownose ray (Rhinoptera bonasus) seasonal presence along the US Atlantic Coast. Ecosphere, 12(9), Article e03743
DOI: 10.1002/ecs2.3743
Ogburn, M.B. & Bangley, C.W. & Aguilar, R. & Fisher, R.A. & Curran, M.C. & Webb, S.F. & Hines, A.H. (2018)
Migratory connectivity and philopatry of cownose rays Rhinoptera bonasus along the Atlantic coast, USA. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 602, 197–211
DOI: 10.3354/meps12686
Aguilar, R. & Greenberg, R. (2009)
Sharks, rays and chimaeras observed while using an rov in the Western Mediterranean and southern Bay of Biscay [Abstract]. In Progrtamm and Abstracts, 13th EEA Conference 2009, Palma de Mallorca, Spain(ed.Morey, G. & Yuste, L. and Pons, G.X.): 58
Aguilar, R. & Greenberg, R. & de La Torriente, A. (2009)
Distribution of Scyliorhinus canicula in the circalittoral seabeds of cabrera national park [Abstract]. In Progrtamm and Abstracts, 13th EEA Conference 2009, Palma de Mallorca, Spain(ed.Morey, G. & Yuste, L. and Pons, G.X.): 73