Rafael Sardá
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Seasonal evolution of beach waste and litter during the bathing season on the Catalan coast
E Ariza, JA Jiménez, R Sardá
Waste management 28 (12), 2604-2613, 2008
An assessment of the non-market value of the ecosystem services provided by the Catalan coastal zone, Spain
J Brenner, JA Jimenez, R Sarda, A Garola
Ocean & Coastal Management 53 (1), 27-38, 2010
A critical assessment of beach management on the Catalan coast
E Ariza, JA Jiménez, R Sardá
Ocean & Coastal Management 51 (2), 141-160, 2008
A methodological approach to be used in integrated coastal zone management processes: the case of the Catalan Coast (Catalonia, Spain)
R Sarda, C Avila, J Mora
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 62 (3), 427-439, 2005
Floating plastic debris in the Central and Western Mediterranean Sea
LF Ruiz-Orejón, R Sardá, J Ramis-Pujol
Marine Environmental Research 120, 136-144, 2016
Characterization of the ecological quality of the coastal Gulf of Lions (NW Mediterranean). A comparative approach based on three biotic indices
C Labrune, JM Amouroux, R Sarda, E Dutrieux, S Thorin, R Rosenberg, ...
Marine Pollution Bulletin 52 (1), 34-47, 2006
Proposal for an integral quality index for urban and urbanized beaches
E Ariza, JA Jimenez, R Sarda, M Villares, J Pinto, R Fraguell, E Roca, ...
Environmental management 45, 998-1013, 2010
Changes in the dynamics of shallow sandy-bottom assemblages due to sand extraction in the Catalan Western Mediterranean Sea
R Sardá, S Pinedo, A Gremare, S Taboada
ICES Journal of Marine Science 57 (5), 1446-1453, 2000
Users expectations and the need for differential beach management frameworks along the Costa Brava: Urban vs. natural protected beaches
JP Lozoya, R Sardá, JA Jiménez
Land use policy 38, 397-414, 2014
Seasonal dynamics of macroinfaunal key species inhabiting shallow soft-bottoms in the Bay of Blanes (NW Mediterranean)
R Sardá, S Pinedo, D Martin
Acta Oecologica 20 (4), 315-326, 1999
A methodological framework for multi-hazard risk assessment in beaches
JP Lozoya, R Sardá, JA Jiménez
Environmental science & policy 14 (6), 685-696, 2011
Macroinfauna of a southern New England salt marsh: seasonal dynamics and production
R Sarda, K Foreman, I Valiela
Marine Biology 121, 431-445, 1995
Towards a new integrated beach management system: the ecosystem-based management system for beaches
R Sardá, JF Valls, J Pintó, E Ariza, JP Lozoya, RM Fraguell, C Martí, ...
Ocean & Coastal Management 118, 167-177, 2015
On the relationship between quality, users’ perception and economic valuation in NW Mediterranean beaches
E Ariza, R Ballester, R Rigall-I-Torrent, A Saló, E Roca, M Villares, ...
Ocean & Coastal Management 63, 55-66, 2012
Beyond performance assessment measurements for beach management: application to Spanish Mediterranean beaches
E Ariza, R Sardá, JA Jiménez, J Mora, C Ávila
Coastal Management 36 (1), 47-66, 2007
A proposal for boundary delimitation for integrated coastal zone management initiatives
P Balaguer, R Sarda, M Ruiz, A Diedrich, G Vizoso, J Tintore
Ocean & Coastal Management 51 (12), 806-814, 2008
Spatial changes in sublittoral soft-bottom polychaete assemblages due to river inputs and sewage discharges
MJ Cardell, R Sardà, J Romero
Acta Oecologica 20 (4), 343-351, 1999
Assessing coastal benthic macrofauna community condition using best professional judgement–Developing consensus across North America and Europe
H Teixeira, Á Borja, SB Weisberg, JA Ranasinghe, DB Cadien, DM Dauer, ...
Marine Pollution Bulletin 60 (4), 589-600, 2010
Assessment of soft-bottom polychaete assemblages in the Gulf of Lions (NW Mediterranean) based on a mesoscale survey
C Labrune, A Grémare, JM Amouroux, R Sardá, J Gil, S Taboada
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 71 (1-2), 133-147, 2007
A proposed ecosystem-based management system for marine waters: linking the theory of environmental policy to the practice of environmental management
R Sardà, T O'Higgins, R Cormier, A Diedrich, J Tintoré
Ecology and Society 19 (4), 2014
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