Defended theses Theses defended in Department View supervised theses

2021

  1. Beyond environmental drivers: the role of biotic interactions in driving top predators' distribution and abundance

    Astarloa Díaz, Amaia

  2. Combined micropatterning of cells, biosensors and nanomaterials: towards integrated microsystems for cell monitoring

    AZUAJE HUALDE, ENRIQUE

  3. Cryptic reservoirs of micro-eukaryotic parasites in ecologically relevant intertidal invertebrates from temperate coastal ecosystems unveiled by a combined histopathological, ultrastructural, and mole

    Urrutia García, Ander

  4. Ecotoxicity effects of oil Water Accommodated Fractions and oil Water Accommodated Fractions + Dispersant on cold environments: Acarita tonsa based bioassays and microbial community dynamics as monitoring tools

    HAFEZ ABDELAZIZ, TAMER AMR MOHAMED

  5. Estres faktore anitzen ekotoxikotasuna lurzoru organismoetan, pasaia aldakortasunaren araberako kutsatzaileen arrisku ebaluazioa eta bioerremediazio teknologien aplikazioa araztegi lokatzak jaso dituzten lurretan: in vivo eta in silico fokatzeak

    URIONABARRENETXEA GORROÑO, ERIK

  6. Influence of oil spill response strategies on the toxicity to sea urchin embryos of crude and bunker oils representative of prospective oil spill threats in Arctic and Sub-Arctic seas

    DE MIGUEL JIMENEZ, LAURA

  7. Multidisciplinary approach to elucidate aspects involved in the decline of farmland birds

    Cabodevilla Bravo, Xabier

  8. Stock structure of tropical tuna in the Indian Ocean: an otolith microchemistry approach

    Artetxe Arrate, Iraide

  9. The Effects of the Alteration of the Phenotypic Appeareance and Modifications of the Early Environment on the Welfare of Laying Hens

    CAMPDERRICH LECUMBERRI, IRENE

  10. Towards a 3D hydrodynamic characterization from the joint analysis and blending of multiplatform observations for potential marine applications in the southeastern Bay of Biscay

    Manso Narvarte, Iván

  11. Unveiling the ecosystem services of insectivorous bats through a comprehensive approach: trophic ecology, methodology and study design

    BAROJA IBAÑEZ DE MAEZTU, UNAI