Gil Rilov
Gil Rilov
Senior Scientist, Israel Oceanographic & Limnological Institute. Senior Lecturer, Haifa University
Verified email at ocean.org.il - Homepage
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Non-natives: 141 scientists object
D Simberloff, J Alexander, F Allendorf, J Aronson, PM Antunes, S Bacher, ...
Nature 475 (7354), 1, 2011
2082011
Fish assemblage on natural versus vertical artificial reefs: the rehabilitation perspective
G Rilov, Y Benayahu
Marine Biology 136 (5), 931-942, 2000
2022000
Biological invasions in marine ecosystems
G Rilov, JA Crooks
Ecological studies 204, 353, 2009
1762009
Restructuring the S ea: Profound shifts in the world's most invaded marine ecosystem
D Edelist, G Rilov, D Golani, JT Carlton, E Spanier
Diversity and distributions 19 (1), 69-77, 2013
1452013
Marine bioinvasions in the Mediterranean Sea–history, distribution and ecology
G Rilov, B Galil
Biological invasions in marine ecosystems, 549-575, 2009
1432009
Vertical artificial structures as an alternative habitat for coral reef fishes in disturbed environments
G Rilov, Y Benayahu
Marine environmental research 45 (4-5), 431-451, 1998
1391998
Prolonged lag in population outbreak of an invasive mussel: a shifting-habitat model
G Rilov, Y Benayahu, A Gasith
Biological Invasions 6 (3), 347-364, 2004
1092004
Macroalgal blooms alter community structure and primary productivity in marine ecosystems
DA Lyons, C Arvanitidis, AJ Blight, E Chatzinikolaou, T Guy‐Haim, J Kotta, ...
Global change biology 20 (9), 2712-2724, 2014
1002014
The surf zone: a semi-permeable barrier to onshore recruitment of invertebrate larvae?
G Rilov, SE Dudas, BA Menge, BA Grantham, J Lubchenco, DR Schiel
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 361 (2), 59-74, 2008
962008
Unregulated use of TBT-based antifouling paints in Israel (eastern Mediterranean): high contamination and imposex levels in two species of marine gastropods
G Rilov, A Gasith, SM Evans, Y Benayahu
Marine Ecology Progress Series 192, 229-238, 2000
832000
A risk-based approach to cumulative effect assessments for marine management
V Stelzenmüller, M Coll, AD Mazaris, S Giakoumi, S Katsanevakis, ...
Science of the Total Environment 612, 1132-1140, 2018
792018
SEASCAPE‐DEPENDENT SUBTIDAL–INTERTIDAL TROPHIC LINKAGES
G Rilov, DR Schiel
Ecology 87 (3), 731-744, 2006
732006
Complex habitats may not always benefit prey: linking visual field with reef fish behavior and distribution
G Rilov, WF Figueira, SJ Lyman, LB Crowder
Marine Ecology Progress Series 329, 225-238, 2007
712007
Multi-species collapses at the warm edge of a warming sea
G Rilov
Scientific reports 6, 36897, 2016
642016
Rehabilitation of coral reef-fish communities: the importance of artificial-reef relief to recruitment rates
G Rilov, Y Benayahu
Bulletin of marine Science 70 (1), 185-197, 2002
582002
Effect of an exotic prey on the feeding pattern of a predatory snail
G Rilov, A Gasith, Y Benayahu
Marine environmental research 54 (1), 85-98, 2002
572002
Trophic linkages across seascapes: subtidal predators limit effective mussel recruitment in rocky intertidal communities
G Rilov, DR Schiel
Marine Ecology Progress Series 327, 83-93, 2006
562006
Ecological impacts of invading seaweeds: a meta‐analysis of their effects at different trophic levels
E Maggi, L Benedetti‐Cecchi, A Castelli, E Chatzinikolaou, TP Crowe, ...
Diversity and distributions 21 (1), 1-12, 2015
552015
Biologists ignore ocean weather at their peril
AE Bates, B Helmuth, MT Burrows, MI Duncan, J Garrabou, T Guy-Haim, ...
Nature 560 (7718), 299-301, 2018
542018
Marine bioinvasions: conservation hazards and vehicles for ecological understanding
G Rilov, JA Crooks
Biological invasions in marine ecosystems, 3-11, 2009
542009
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20