Barber-O’Malley B., Lassalle G., Lambert P., and Quinton E. (2022) Dataset on European diadromous species distributions from 1750 to present time in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. Data in Brief. (pdf available)
Poulet C., Barber-O’Malley B., Lassalle G., and Lambert P. (2021) Quantification of land-sea nutrient fluxes supplied by allis shad across the species’ range. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. (pdf available)
Copp G.H., Daverat F. and Bašić T. (2020) The potential contribution of small coastal streams to the conservation of declining and threatened diadromous fishes, especially the European eel. River Research and Applications. (pdf available upon request)
Betsy Barber-O’Malley, G´eraldine Lassalle , Guillem Chust, Estibaliz Diaz, Andrew O’Malley, César Paradinas Blazquez, Javier Portoles Marquina, Patrick Lambert. (2022) HyDiaD: A hybrid species distribution model combining dispersal, multi-habitat suitability, and population dynamics for diadromous species under climate change scenarios.Ecological Modelling Volume 470. (pdf available)
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#DiadESproject researchers Géraldine Lassale and @FilipaBelo3 talking about Mondego's shads and the impact of climate change in shad range at the #ShadSymposium.
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