5 Works

iMIRABILIS-2_LEG0 Cruise, RV Sarmiento de Gamboa

Pedro Madureira &
Oceanographic data acquired during the iMIRABILIS-2_LEG0 Cruise (29SG20210723) on board the Research Vessel Sarmiento de Gamboa in 2021.

RADMED-ESMARES-0521 Cruise, RV García del Cid

Mariano Serra Tur &
Oceanographic data acquired during the RADMED-ESMARES-0521 Cruise (29GD20210514) on board the Research Vessel García del Cid in 2021.

Local-scale climatic refugia offer sanctuary for a habitat-forming species during a marine heatwave

Jana Verdura, Jorge Santamaría, Enric Ballesteros, Dan Smale, Maria Elena Cefalì, Raül Golo, Sònia De Caralt, Alba Vergés & Emma Cebrian
1. Gradual climate change and discrete extreme climatic events have driven shifts in the structure of populations and the distribution of species in many marine ecosystems. The most profound impacts of recent warming trends have been generally observed at species’ warm edges and on large conspicuous species. However, given that different species and populations exhibit different responses to warming, and that responses are highly variable at regional scales, there is a need to broaden the...

iMIRABILIS-2_LEG1 Cruise, RV Sarmiento de Gamboa

Covadonga Orejas &
Oceanographic data acquired during the iMIRABILIS-2_LEG1 Cruise (29SG20210731) on board the Research Vessel Sarmiento de Gamboa in 2021.

Mitochondrial genome sequencing of marine leukemias reveals cancer contagion between clam species in the Seas of Southern Europe

Daniel Garcia-Souto, Seila Diaz-Costas, Alicia L Bruzos, Sara Rocha, Camila F Roman-Lewis, Juana Alonso, Rosana Rodriguez, Rodríguez-Castro Jorge, Antonio Villanueva, Luis Silva, Jose Maria Valencia, Giovanni Annona, Andrea Tarallo, Fernando Ricardo, Ana Bratos-Cetinic, David Posada, Juan Jose Pasantes & Jose MC Tubio
Clonally transmissible cancers are tumour lineages that are transmitted between individuals via the transfer of living cancer cells. In marine bivalves, leukemia-like transmissible cancers, called hemic neoplasias, have demonstrated the ability to infect individuals from different species. We performed whole-genome sequencing in eight V. verrucosa clams that were diagnosed with hemic neoplasia, from two sampling points located more than 1,000 nautical miles away in the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea Coasts of Spain. Mitochondrial...

Registration Year

  • 2021

Resource Types

  • Dataset


  • Spanish Institute of Oceanography
  • Marine Technology Unit
  • University of Aveiro
  • University of Girona
  • Comisión Sectorial de Investigación Científica
  • University of Santiago de Compostela
  • Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn
  • Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom
  • Govern de les Illes Balears
  • Universidade de Vigo