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Chryssi Mytilineou

Chryssi Mytilineou

Specific Operations Scientists (ELE)

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Short CV

  • BSc in Biology, School of Biology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (1983)
  • MSc in Biological Oceanography, University of Athens (1987)

She has a 30-year career in IMBRIW in the domain of Fisheries Biology and Ecology, Selectivity of fishing gears, Fishing technology and Fish Behaviour, Fisheries impact on biological resources and biodiversity, Deep-water biological resources and habitat and Anthropogenic impacts on them. She holds a position of Associate Researcher A’ since 2003.
She has attended special training courses in Fisheries Statistics, Fisheries biology of Crustaceans, Population dynamics, Ageing of Fish and Crustaceans, Fish hermaphroditism, gonad gametogenesis and histology and she is in the final phase of her Ph.D. Thesis on fishing gears selectivity at the University of Athens.
She has participated or co-ordinated 19 national and international projects and co-ordinated 5 European Union (EU) projects. She has participated in the Steering Committee of 1 international FP7 project and organized/coordinated 2 Workshops of ICES. She has supervised 1 B.Sc. thesis and the training of 23 BSc students. She has given lectures on fishing gears selectivity for MSc students. She has contributed in 53 papers in peer-reviewed journals, 15 book chapters, 2 books, 1 book as editor as well as more than 165 other publications (i.e., conference proceedings and abstracts, special publications, newspapers and magazine articles) and co-authored 80 technical reports. Further information is available in:

Indicative Publications

  • Mytilineou, Ch., Herrmann, B., Mantopoulou-Palouka, D., Sala, A., and Megalofonou, P. (2021). Escape, discard, and landing probability in multispecies Mediterranean bottom-trawl fishery. ICES Journal of Marine Science, doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsab048
  • Mytilineou, Ch., Herrmann, B.,Sala, A.,Mantopoulou-Palouka D., Megalofonou P. (2021). Estimating overall size-selection pattern in the bottom trawl fishery for four economically important fish species in the Mediterranean Sea. Ocean & Coastal Management,209, 105653 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2021.105653
  • Politikos D., Petasis G., Chatzispyrou A., Mytilineou Ch., Anastasopoulou A. (2021). Automating fish age estimation combining otolith images and deep learning: The role of multitask learning. Fish. Res., 242: 106013.https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fishres.2021.106033
  • Mahé, K., MacKenzie, K., Ider, D., Massaro, A., Hamed, O., Jurado-Ruzafa, A., Gonçalves, P., Anastasopoulou, A., Jadaud, A., Mytilineou, Ch. et al. (2021). Directional Bilateral Asymmetry in Fish Otolith: A Potential Tool to Evaluate Stock Boundaries? Symmetry , 13, 987. https://doi.org/10.3390/ sym13060987
  • Mytilineou, Ch., Herrmann, B., Kavadas, S., Smith, C., Megalofonou, P. (2020). Combining selection models and population structures to inform fisheries management: a case study on hake in the Mediterranean bottom trawl fishery. Mediterr. Mar. Sci. 21/2, 360–371. https://doi.org/10.12681/mms.22191.
  • Bo, M., Al Mabruk, S., Balistreri, P., Bariche, M., Batjakas, I., Betti, F., Bilan, M., Canese, S., Cattaneo-Vietti, R., Corsini-Foka, M., Crocetta, F., Deidun, A., Dulčić, J., Grinyó, J., Kampouris, T., Ketsilis-Rinis, V., Kousteni, V., Koutsidi, M., Lubinevsky, H., Mavruk, S., Mytilineou, C., Petani, A., Puig, P., Salomidi, M., Sbragaglia, V., Smith, C., Stern, N., Toma, M., Tsiamis, K., Zava, B., &Gerovasileiou, V. (2020). New records of rare species in the Mediterranean Sea (October 2020). Mediterranean Marine Science, 21(3), 608-630. doi:https://doi.org/10.12681/mms.23674
  • Carbonara P., Zupa W., AnastasopoulouA., Bellodi A., Bitetto I., Charilaou C., Chatzispyrou A., Elleboode R., Esteban A., Follesa M.C., Isajlovic I., Jadaud A., García-Ruiz C., Giannakaki A., Guijarro B., Kiparissis S.E., Ligas A., Mahé K., Massaro A., Medvesek D., Mytilineou Ch., Ordines F., Pesci P., Porcu C., Peristeraki P., Thasitis I., Torres P., Spedicato M.T., Tursi A., Sion L. (2019). Explorative analysis on red mullet (Mullusbarbatus) ageing data variability in the Mediterranean. Scientia Marina 83S1: 271 279.https://doi.org/10.3989/scimar.04999.19A
  • Kousteni V., Anastasopoulou A. and Mytilineou Ch. (2019). Life-history traits of the striped red mullet Mullussurmuletus (Linnaeus, 1758) in the south Aegean Sea (eastern Mediterranean). JMBA, 99: 1417-1427. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0025315419000353
  • Betogian L., Mytilineou Ch., Anastasopoulou A., Batzakas I. (2019). Diet composition of T. draco and T. radiatus from the South Aegean Sea (E. Mediterranean). Cahiers de Biologie Marine (CBM), 60: 461-464. DOI: 10.21411/CBM.A.FA1DB1BC
  • Anastasopoulou A., Mytilineou Ch., Smith C.J, Papadopoulou K-N., (2019). Crustacean prey in the diet of fishes from deep waters of the Eastern Ionian Sea. JMBA, 99(1): 259-267. doi:10.1017/S0025315417001977
  • Gerovasileiou, V., Smith C.J., Kiparissis S., Stamouli C. , Dounas C., Mytilineou Ch. (2019). Updating the distribution status of the critically endangered bamboo coral Isidella elongata (Esper, 1788) in the deep Eastern Mediterranean Sea. Regional Studies in Marine Science 28, 100610.https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rsma.2019.100610
  • Anastasopoulou, A., Torre, M., Mytilineou, Ch. (2018). First observations on diet and feeding strategy of boarfish, Caprosaper (Actinopterygii: Perciformes: Caproidae), in the Eastern Ionian Sea (Central Mediterranean). ActaIchthyologica et Piscatoria, 48 (1): 99–103. DOI: 10.3750/AIEP/02327
  • Anastasopoulou, A., Mytilineou, Ch, Makantasi, P., Smith, C.J., Lefkaditou, E., Papadopoulou, K.N. (2018). Life history aspects of two species of the Squalus genus in the Eastern Ionian Sea. JMBA, 98(4) : 937-948.
  • Anastasopoulou, A., KovačViršek,M.K., Varezić, D.B., Digka, N., Fortibuoni, T., Koren, S., Mandić, M., Mytilineou,Ch., Pešić, A., Ronchi, F.,, Šiljić, J., Torre, M., Tsangaris, C., Tutman, P. (2018). Assessment on marine litter ingested by fish in the Adriatic and NE Ionian Sea macro-region (Mediterranean). Marine Pollution Bulletin 13:, 841-851.
  • Mahé, K., Ider, D., Massaro, A. , Hamed, O., Jurado-Ruzafa, A., Gonçalves, P., Anastasopoulou, A., Jadaud, A., Mytilineou, Ch., Elleboode, R., Ramdane, Z., Bacha, M., Amara, R., de Pontual, H., Ernande, Br. (2018). Directional bilateral asymmetry in otolith morphology may affect fish stock discrimination based on otolith shape analysis. ICES Journal of Marine Science 76 (1): 232-243. DOI:10.1093/icesjms/fsy163
  • Mytilineou, Ch., Herrmann, B., Mantopoulou-Palouka, D., Sala, A., Megalofonou, P. (2018). Modelling gear and fishers size selection for escapees, discards, and landings: a case 595 study in Mediterranean trawl fisheries. ICES J. Mar. Sci. 75 (5): 1693-1709.
  • Mytilineou, Ch. and Anastasopoulou, A., (2017). First record of Hexanchusgriseus from Saronikos Gulf (Aegean Sea). In: Lipej L., et al., 2017. New Mediterranean Biodiversity Records. Mediterranean Marine Science, Collective Article A, 18(1): 179-201. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12681/mms.2068
  • Lipej, L., , Acevedo I., Akel EHK., Anastasopoulou A., Angelidis A., Azzurro E., et al. (2017). New Mediterranean Biodiversity Records. Mediterranean Marine Science 18 (1): 179-201.
  • Anastasopoulou, A., Mytilineou, Ch., Dimitriadis, G., and Smith, C.J. (2017). Aspects on age and growth of Helicolenusdactylopterus from the deep waters of E. Ionian Sea. pp. 58-63. In Pauly. D., Hood L., and Stergiou K.I. (eds.) Belated contributions on the biology of fish, fisheries and features of their ecosystems. Fisheries Centre Research Reports 25(1). Institute for the Oceansand Fisheries, University of British Columbia.
  • Anastasopoulou A. and Mytilineou, Ch. (2016). Length-weight of eight deep sea species. In: Anastasopoulou et al., 2016. New-Fisheries- related data from the Mediterranean Sea (November, 2016). Mediterranean Marine Science, Collective Article B, 17(3): 822-823. DOI: 10.12681/mms.1909
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