José Barquín
José Barquín
Profesor Titular, Environmental Hydraulics Institute, University of Cantabria
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TitleCited byYear
Management and conservation strategies for coldwater springs
J Barquín, M Scarsbrook
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and freshwater ecosystems 18 (5), 580-591, 2008
812008
Spatial and seasonal variability of macroinvertebrate metrics: Do macroinvertebrate communities track river health?
M Álvarez-Cabria, J Barquín, JA Juanes
Ecological Indicators 10 (2), 370-379, 2010
742010
Effects of flow regime alteration on fluvial habitats and riparian quality in a semiarid Mediterranean basin
O Belmar, D Bruno, F Martínez-Capel, J Barquín, J Velasco
Ecological Indicators 30, 52-64, 2013
702013
Spatial patterns of macroinvertebrate diversity in New Zealand springbrooks and rhithral streams
J Barquín, RG Death
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25 (4), 768-786, 2006
692006
Patterns of invertebrate diversity in streams and freshwater springs in Northern Spain
J Barquín, RG Death
Archiv für Hydrobiologie 161 (3), 329-349, 2004
602004
A review of river habitat characterisation methods: indices vs. characterisation protocols
D Fernández, J Barquin, P Raven
Limnetica 30 (2), 0217-234, 2011
552011
New Zealand coldwater springs and their biodiversity
MR Scarsbrook, J Barquín, DP Gray
Department of Conservation, 2007
552007
The future of biotic indices in the ecogenomic era: Integrating (e) DNA metabarcoding in biological assessment of aquatic ecosystems
J Pawlowski, M Kelly-Quinn, F Altermatt, L Apothéloz-Perret-Gentil, P Beja, ...
Science of the Total Environment 637, 1295-1310, 2018
512018
Modelling the spatial and seasonal variability of water quality for entire river networks: Relationships with natural and anthropogenic factors
M Álvarez-Cabria, J Barquín, FJ Peñas
Science of the Total Environment 545, 152-162, 2016
482016
Physical and chemical differences in karst springs of Cantabria, northern Spain: do invertebrate communities correspond?
J Barquín, RG Death
Aquatic Ecology 43 (2), 445-455, 2009
352009
Quantifying the performance of automated GIS-based geomorphological approaches for riparian zone delineation using digital elevation models
D Fernández, J Barquín, M Álvarez-Cabria, FJ Peñas
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 16 (10), 3851-3862, 2012
32*2012
Downstream changes in spring-fed stream invertebrate communities: the effect of increased temperature range?
J Barquin, G Russell
Journal of limnology, 134-146, 2011
282011
Microdistribution patterns of macroinvertebrate communities upstream and downstream of organic effluents
M Alvarez-Cabria, J Barquín, JA Juanes
Water research 45 (3), 1501-1511, 2011
252011
Land-use coverage as an indicator of riparian quality
D Fernández, J Barquín, M Álvarez-Cabria, FJ Penas
Ecological Indicators 41, 165-174, 2014
242014
The influence of methodological procedures on hydrological classification performance
FJ Peñas Silva, J Barquín Ortiz, TH Snelder, DJ Booker, C Álvarez Díaz
European Geosciences Union (EGU), 2014
242014
Riparian quality and habitat heterogeneity assessment in Cantabrian rivers
J Barquín, D Fernández, M Alvarez-Cabria, F Penas
limnetica 30 (2), 0329-346, 2011
242011
Coupling virtual watersheds with ecosystem services assessment: a 21st century platform to support river research and management
J Barquín, LE Benda, F Villa, LE Brown, N Bonada, DR Vieites, TJ Battin, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 2 (6), 609-621, 2015
222015
Creating a catchment scale perspective for river restoration
L Benda, D Miller, J Barquín
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 15 (9), 2995-3015, 2011
22*2011
Effects of landscape metrics and land use variables on macroinvertebrate communities and habitat characteristics
R Cortes, S Varandas, A Teixeira, S Hughes, M Magalhaes, J Barquín, ...
Limnetica, 347-362, 2011
222011
Assessing hydrologic alteration: Evaluation of different alternatives according to data availability
FJ Peñas, J Barquín, C Álvarez
Ecological indicators 60, 470-482, 2016
212016
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