Gil Rilov

Biology and Biotechnology National Institute of Oceanography, Israel Oceanographic and Limnological Research 
Marine Ecology, rocky shores, benthic-pelagic coupling, recruitment, species interactions, predation
"Gil Rilov"

Current positions:
• Senior Scientist – National Institute of Oceanography, Israel Oceanographic and Limnological Research
• Adjunct Lecturer – The School of Marine Sciences and Marine Environment, Ruppin Academic Center, Michmoret, Israel
• Senior Research Fellow – Leon Recanati Institute of Marine Studies, University of Haifa, Israel
• Assistant Professor (Senior Research), courtesy position – Department of Zoology Oregon State University

Academic Education

1994-2000 Institute for Nature Conservation Research (INCR), Faculty of Life Sciences, Tel-Aviv University. Ph.D.
1991-1993 Zoology Department, Faculty of Life Sciences, Tel-Aviv University. M. Sc. (with distinction)
1987-1990 Faculty of Life Sciences, Tel-Aviv University. B. Sc.
Summer 1998 Duke University summer courses: “Conservation biology and policy” and “marine mammals”

Academic Teaching and Mentoring Experience:

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Garrabou J, Gómez-Gras D, Medrano A, et al. (2022) Marine heatwaves drive recurrent mass mortalities in the Mediterranean Sea. Global Change Biology
Escalas A, Avouac A, Belmaker J, et al. (2022) An invasive herbivorous fish (Siganus rivulatus) influences both benthic and planktonic microbes through defecation and nutrient excretion. The Science of the Total Environment. 838: 156207
Díaz-Morales DM, Bommarito C, Vajedsamiei J, et al. (2022) Heat sensitivity of first host and cercariae may restrict parasite transmission in a warming sea. Scientific Reports. 12: 1174
Fraschetti S, Fabbrizzi E, Tamburello L, et al. (2021) An integrated assessment of the Good Environmental Status of Mediterranean Marine Protected Areas. Journal of Environmental Management. 305: 114370
Bevilacqua S, Airoldi L, Ballesteros E, et al. (2021) Mediterranean rocky reefs in the Anthropocene: Present status and future concerns. Advances in Marine Biology. 89: 1-51
Queirós AM, Talbot E, Beaumont NJ, et al. (2021) Bright spots as climate-smart marine spatial planning tools for conservation and blue growth. Global Change Biology
Rilov G, David N, Guy-Haim T, et al. (2021) Sea level rise can severely reduce biodiversity and community net production on rocky shores. The Science of the Total Environment. 791: 148377
Albano PG, Steger J, Bošnjak M, et al. (2021) Native biodiversity collapse in the eastern Mediterranean. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 288: 20202469
Schäfer S, Monteiro J, Castro N, et al. (2021) Lost and found: A new hope for the seagrass Cymodocea nodosa in the marine ecosystem of a subtropical Atlantic Island Regional Studies in Marine Science. 41: 101575
Albano PG, Azzarone M, Amati B, et al. (2020) Low diversity or poorly explored? Mesophotic molluscs highlight undersampling in the Eastern Mediterranean. Biodiversity and Conservation. 29: 4059-4072
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