Gil Rilov

Affiliations: 
Biology and Biotechnology National Institute of Oceanography, Israel Oceanographic and Limnological Research 
Area:
Marine Ecology, rocky shores, benthic-pelagic coupling, recruitment, species interactions, predation
Website:
http://www.ocean.org.il/Heb/Researchers/page_gil.asp
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Bio:

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”

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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
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
Gissi E, Manea E, Mazaris AD, et al. (2020) A review of the combined effects of climate change and other local human stressors on the marine environment. The Science of the Total Environment. 755: 142564
Rilov G, Peleg O, Guy-Haim T, et al. (2020) Community dynamics and ecological shifts on Mediterranean vermetid reefs. Marine Environmental Research. 160: 105045
Guy-Haim T, Silverman J, Wahl M, et al. (2020) Epiphytes provide micro-scale refuge from ocean acidification. Marine Environmental Research. 161: 105093
Rabi C, Rilov G, Morov A, et al. (2020) First record of the Red Sea gastropod Nerita sanguinolenta Menke, 1829 (Gastropoda: Cycloneritida: Neritidae) from the Israeli Mediterranean coast Bioinvasions Records. 9: 496-503
Bevilacqua S, Katsanevakis S, Micheli F, et al. (2020) The Status of Coastal Benthic Ecosystems in the Mediterranean Sea: Evidence From Ecological Indicators Frontiers in Marine Science. 7
van der Hal N, Yeruham E, Shukis D, et al. (2019) Uptake and incorporation of PCBs by eastern Mediterranean rabbitfish that consumed microplastics. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 110697
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