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Nicholas Badouvas

Nicholas Badouvas


Short CV

  • B.Sc. in Marine Sciences, University of the Aegean (2013)
  • M.Sc. in Oceanography and Marine Environment Management, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (2016-present)

Nicholas Badouvas is a marine scientist, having graduated from the Marine Sciences Department of the University of the Aegean, and he is currently finishing his master thesis for the Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Program Oceanography and Marine Environment Management of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, following the Biological Oceanography discipline. He has also completed a twoyear professional training in Mechatronics and a oneyear seminar cycle, specializing in marine engines. As an ichthyologist he is collaborating with the Institute of Marine Biological Resources and Inland Waters (IMBRIW) from 2019, having participated in various research actions of the institute, such as Recreational Fisheries Surveying and the International Bottom Trawl Survey in the Mediterranean (MEDITS). He is currently collaborating with IMBRIW in the framework of the Greek National Fisheries Data
Collection Program, covering onboard and onshore commercial fisheries samplings, while he has previously also collaborated with the National Marine Park of Zakynthos (NMPZ) and the Pelagos Cetacean Research Institute. He is also a chair invited member of Cephalopods Fisheries and Life History Working Group (WGCEPH) of the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES/ CIEM).

Indicative Publications

  • Sarropoulou, X., Tsaparis, D., Tsagarakis, K., Badouvas, N. and Tsigenopoulos, C. S. (2022). Different patterns of population structure and genetic diversity of three mesopelagic
    fishes in the Greek Seas. Mediterranean Marine Science, 23(3). https://doi.org/10.12681/mms.28567
  • Pierce G.J., Power, A.M., Barrett, C.J., Abad, E., Allcock, A.L., Badouvas, N., GonzálezGómez, R., Hendrickson, L., Lefkaditou, E., Lonsdale, J.A., Matos, F.L., Moustahfid, H.,
    Oesterwind, D., PeralesRaya, C., Pita, C., Roumbedakis, K., Seixas, S., Valeiras, J., Villasante, S., Laptikhovsky, V., Robin, J.P., Lishchenko, F. (2022). Anthropogenic stressors
    and their impacts on cephalopods (a review). Cephalopods in the Anthropocene: multiple challenges in a changing ocean
  • Tsagarakis, K., Darmanin, S. A., Al Mabruk, S. A., Auriemma, R., Azzurro, E., Badouvas, N., Bakiu, R., Bariche, M., Battaglia, P., Betti, F., Borme, D., Cacciamani, R., Cali, F., Corsini
    Foka, M., Crocetta, F., Dalyan, C., Deidun, A., Digenis, M., Domenichetti, F., Dragičević, B., Dulĉić, J., Durucan, F., GuyHaim, T., Kesici, N. B., Lardi, P., Manitaras, Y., Michailidis, N.,
    Piraino, S., Rizgalla, J., Siapatis, A., Soldo, A., Stipa, M. G., Terbiyik Kurt, T., Tiralongo, F., Tsiamis, K., Vella, A., Vella, N., Zava, B., & Gerovasileiou, V. (2021). “New records of rare
    species in the Mediterranean Sea” (October 2021). Mediterranean Marine Science, 22(3), 627652. https://doi.org/10.12681/mms.26669
  • Kapelonis Z., Siapatis A., Machias A., Somarakis S., Markakis K., Giannoulaki M., Badouvas N., Tsagarakis K. (2021). Mesopelagic fish community and scattering layers in an eastern
    Meditarrenean sea enclosed deep basin. ICES Annual Science Conference 2021. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.33376.61449
  •  Lishchenko F., PeralesRaya C., Barrett C., Oesterwind D., Power A.M., Larivain A. , Laptikhovsky V., Karatza A., Badouvas N., Lishchenko A., Pierce  G.J. (2021). A review of
    recent studies on the life history and ecology of European cephalopods with emphasis on species with the greatest commercial fishery and culture potential, Fisheries Research,
    Volume 236. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fishres.2020.105847.
  •  Koutouzi N., Foskolos I., Alexiadou P., Badouvas N., Milani C., Frantzis  A. (2018). A taste for squid: the prey of Cuvier’s beaked whales and Risso’s dolphins in the Eastern
    Mediterranean Sea. 32nd Annual Conference of the European Cetacean Society, La Spezia, Italy. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.32909.23521
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