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Personal docente e investigador

 

Fernández-Ojanguren, Alfredo

Categoría:
Profesor Ayudante Doctor
Teléfono:
985 104820
Correo:
afo@uniovi.es
Despacho:
336
Ficha personal:
Ficha Personal de la Universidad de Oviedo
Currículum Vitae:
Currículum Vitae [PDF]

Áreas de interés:

  • ecología de la conducta
  • especies invasoras
  • peces
  • temperatura
  • selección sexual

Publicaciones:

  • Wolcott, H.L., Barbosa, M. & Ojanguren, A.F. 2017. The effects of familiarity on escape responses in the Trinidadian guppy (Poecilia reticulata) PeerJ Preprints 5:e2937v1. : Texto
  • Barbosa, M., Camacho-Cervantes, M. & Ojanguren, A.F. 2016. Phenotype matching and early social conditions affect shoaling and exploration decisions. Ethology 122, 171-179. : Texto
  • Havel, L.N., Fuiman L.A. & Ojanguren, A.F. 2015. Benthic habitat properties can delay settlement in an estuarine fish (Sciaenops ocellatus). Aquatic Biology, 24, 81-90. : Texto
  • Camacho-Cervantes, M., Ojanguren, A.F. & Magurran A.E. 2015. Exploratory behaviour and transmission of information between the invasive guppy and native Mexican topminnows. Animal Behaviour 106, 115-120. : Texto
  • Kent, M.I.A. & Ojanguren, A.F. 2015. The effect of water temperature on routine swimming behaviour of new born guppies (Poecilia reticulata). Biology Open, BIO20149829. : Texto
  • Munguia, P. & Ojanguren, A.F. 2015. Bridging the gap in marine and terrestrial studies. Ecosphere, 6, art25. : Texto
  • Mohanty, S., Ojanguren, A.F. & Fuiman, L.A. 2014. Aggressive male mating behavior depends on female maturity in Octopus bimaculoides. Marine Biology 161, 1521-1530. : Texto
  • Reeve, A.J., Ojanguren, A.F., Deacon, A.E., Shimadzu, H., Ramnarine, I.W. & Magurran, A.E. 2014. Interplay of temperature and light influences wild guppy (Poecilia reticulata) daily reproductive activity. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 111, 511-520. : Texto
  • Robinson, J.P.W., Dornelas, M. & Ojanguren, A.F. 2013. Interspecific synchrony of seabird population growth rate and breeding success. Ecology and Evolution 3, 213-219. : Texto
  • Nakayama, S., Ojanguren, A.F. & Fuiman, L.A. 2011. Process-based approach reveals directional effects of environmental factors on movement between habitats. Journal of Animal Ecology 80, 1299-1304. : Texto