Scientific diving supported articles (sorted by years)

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To a survey on the high Impact Factor articles supported by Scientific Diving (2015)

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  • Barnes, D. K. A., et al. Why is the South Orkney Island shelf (the world's first high seas marine protected area) a carbon immobilization hotspot? Global Change Biology 22, 1110-1120 (2016).
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    TitleWhy is the South Orkney Island shelf (the world's first high seas marine protected area) a carbon immobilization hotspot?
    AuthorBarnes, David K. A.
    AuthorIreland, Louise
    AuthorHogg, Oliver T.
    AuthorMorley, Simon
    AuthorEnderlein, Peter
    AuthorSands, Chester J.
    PublicationGlobal Change Biology
    Volume22
    Issue3
    Pages1110-1120
    Date03/2016
    Languageen
    DOI10.1111/gcb.13157
    ISSN13541013
    URLhttp://doi.wiley.com/10.1111/gcb.13157
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  • Bianchelli, S., Buschi, E., Danovaro, R. & Pusceddu, A. Biodiversity loss and turnover in alternative states in the Mediterranean Sea: a case study on meiofauna. Scientific Reports 6, (2016).
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    TitleBiodiversity loss and turnover in alternative states in the Mediterranean Sea: a case study on meiofauna
    AuthorBianchelli, Silvia
    AuthorBuschi, Emanuela
    AuthorDanovaro, Roberto
    AuthorPusceddu, Antonio
    AbstractIn the Mediterranean Sea hard-bottom macroalgal meadows may switch to alternative and less-productive barrens grounds, as a result of sea urchins overgrazing. Meiofauna (and especially nematodes) represent key components of benthic ecosystems, are highly-diversified, sensitive to environmental change and anthropogenic impacts, but, so-far, have been neglected in studies on regime shifts. We report here that sedimentary organic matter contents, meiofaunal taxa richness and community composition, nematode α- and β-biodiversity vary significantly between alternative macroalgal and barren states. The observed differences are consistent in six areas spread across the Mediterranean Sea, irrespective of barren extent. Our results suggest also that the low biodiversity levels in barren states are the result of habitat loss/fragmentation, which is associated also with a lower availability of trophic resources. Furthermore, differences in meiofaunal and nematode abundance, biomass and diversity between macroalgal meadow and barren states persist when the latter is not fully formed, or consists of patches interspersed in macroalgal meadows. Since barren grounds are expanding rapidly along the Mediterranean Sea and meiofauna are a key trophic component in marine ecosystems, we suggest that the extension and persistence of barrens at the expenses of macroalgal meadows could also affect resilience of higher trophic level.
    PublicationScientific Reports
    Volume6
    Issue1
    Date12/2016
    Languageen
    DOI10.1038/srep34544
    ISSN2045-2322
    Short TitleBiodiversity loss and turnover in alternative states in the Mediterranean Sea
    URLhttp://www.nature.com/articles/srep34544
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  • Brand, M. & Fischer, P. Species composition and abundance of the shallow water fish community of Kongsfjorden, Svalbard. Polar Biology 39, 2155-2167 (2016).
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    TitleSpecies composition and abundance of the shallow water fish community of Kongsfjorden, Svalbard
    AuthorBrand, Markus
    AuthorFischer, Philipp
    PublicationPolar Biology
    Volume39
    Issue11
    Pages2155-2167
    Date11/2016
    Languageen
    DOI10.1007/s00300-016-2022-y
    ISSN0722-4060, 1432-2056
    URLhttp://link.springer.com/10.1007/s00300-016-2022-y
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  • Bumbeer, J. & Rocha, R. M. da Invading the natural marine substrates: a case study with invertebrates in South Brazil. Zoologia (Curitiba) 33, (2016).
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    TitleInvading the natural marine substrates: a case study with invertebrates in South Brazil
    AuthorBumbeer, Janaína
    AuthorRocha, Rosana Moreira da
    AbstractThe number of biological invasions has grown dramatically in recent decades, as well as the world's human population and coastal development. Anthropogenic habitats, such as pier pilings and break waters, have been constantly added to marine environment, usually concentrated in estuarine areas. These habitats are focal points for marine invasions, but relatively little is known about the spread of non-indigenous species (NIS) to nearby natural habitats. This study aimed to determine the extent to which NIS have spread to natural substrates both inside estuarine areas and in the adjacent open sea. We conducted a field survey and a literature review, which have been critically discussed and validated. The updated NIS list of benthic invertebrates comprises 19 species: Ascidiacea (5), Cirripedia (5), Cnidaria (3), Mollusca (3), Polychaeta (1), Decapoda (1), and Echinodermata (1). Our results suggested substantial spread of non-indigenous species into natural substrates. Altogether, 18 and 16 NIS were recorded in artificial and natural substrata, both representing 13% of the total species in each habitat. The percentage of NIS was more pronounced in the estuarine areas, 17.6% in artificial habitats and 18.6% in natural ones. Programs developed for the monitoring of marine invasion have to broaden their focus including natural areas adjacent to ports and marinas, to follow the spread and impact of NIS on these areas.
    PublicationZoologia (Curitiba)
    Volume33
    Issue3
    Date2016
    Languageen
    DOI10.1590/S1984-4689zool-20150211
    ISSN1984-4689
    Short TitleInvading the natural marine substrates
    URLhttp://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1984-46702016000300601&lng=en&nrm=iso&tlng=en
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  • Calderwood, J., O'Connor, N. E. & Roberts, D. Breaking and entering: Examining the role of stress and aerial exposure in predator–prey relationships between the common shore crab ( Carcinus maenas ) and cultivated blue mussels ( Mytilus edulis ). Aquaculture 452, 217-223 (2016).
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    TitleBreaking and entering: Examining the role of stress and aerial exposure in predator–prey relationships between the common shore crab ( Carcinus maenas ) and cultivated blue mussels ( Mytilus edulis )
    AuthorCalderwood, Julia
    AuthorO'Connor, Nessa E.
    AuthorRoberts, Dai
    PublicationAquaculture
    Volume452
    Pages217-223
    Date02/2016
    Languageen
    DOI10.1016/j.aquaculture.2015.11.009
    ISSN00448486
    Short TitleBreaking and entering
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  • Calderwood, J., O'Connor, N. E. & Roberts, D. Efficiency of starfish mopping in reducing predation on cultivated benthic mussels ( Mytilus edulis Linnaeus). Aquaculture 452, 88-96 (2016).
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    TitleEfficiency of starfish mopping in reducing predation on cultivated benthic mussels ( Mytilus edulis Linnaeus)
    AuthorCalderwood, Julia
    AuthorO'Connor, Nessa E.
    AuthorRoberts, Dai
    PublicationAquaculture
    Volume452
    Pages88-96
    Date02/2016
    Languageen
    DOI10.1016/j.aquaculture.2015.10.024
    ISSN00448486
    URLhttps://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0044848615302131
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  • Clark, M. S., Thorne, M. a. S., Burns, G. & Peck, L. S. Age-related thermal response: the cellular resilience of juveniles. Cell Stress & Chaperones 21, 75-85 (2016).
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    TitleAge-related thermal response: the cellular resilience of juveniles
    AuthorClark, M. S.
    AuthorThorne, M. a. S.
    AuthorBurns, G.
    AuthorPeck, L. S.
    AbstractUnderstanding species' responses to environmental challenges is key to predicting future biodiversity. However, there is currently little data on how developmental stages affect responses and also whether universal gene biomarkers to environmental stress can be identified both within and between species. Using the Antarctic clam, Laternula elliptica, as a model species, we examined both the tissue-specific and age-related (juvenile versus mature adult) gene expression response to acute non-lethal warming (12 h at 3 °C). In general, there was a relatively muted response to this sub-lethal thermal challenge when the expression profiles of treated animals, of either age, were compared with those of 0 °C controls, with none of the "classical" stress response genes up-regulated. The expression profiles were very variable between the tissues of all animals, irrespective of age with no single transcript emerging as a universal biomarker of thermal stress. However, when the expression profiles of treated animals of the different age groups were directly compared, a very different pattern emerged. The profiles of the younger animals showed significant up-regulation of chaperone and antioxidant transcripts when compared with those of the older animals. Thus, the younger animals showed evidence of a more robust cellular response to warming. These data substantiate previous physiological analyses showing a more resilient juvenile population.
    PublicationCell Stress & Chaperones
    Volume21
    Issue1
    Pages75-85
    DateJan 2016
    Journal AbbrCell Stress Chaperones
    Languageeng
    DOI10.1007/s12192-015-0640-x
    ISSN1466-1268
    Short TitleAge-related thermal response
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    TagsAdaptation, Physiological · Age Factors · Animals · Antarctic Regions · Antioxidants · Base Sequence · Bivalvia · Environmental Exposure · GRP78 · Gene Expression Profiling · Gene Expression Regulation · Heat shock protein · Heat-Shock Proteins · Heat-Shock Response · Hot Temperature · Immune · MAP kinase · Sequence Analysis, DNA · Stress, Physiological · Superoxide Dismutase · Superoxide dismutase · Tissue-specific · Up-Regulation
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  • Cross, E. L., Peck, L. S., Lamare, M. D. & Harper, E. M. No ocean acidification effects on shell growth and repair in the New Zealand brachiopod <i>Calloria inconspicua</i> (Sowerby, 1846). ICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil 73, 920-926 (2016).
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    AuthorCross, Emma L.
    AuthorPeck, Lloyd S.
    AuthorLamare, Miles D.
    AuthorHarper, Elizabeth M.
    PublicationICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil
    Volume73
    Issue3
    Pages920-926
    Date03/2016
    Languageen
    DOI10.1093/icesjms/fsv031
    ISSN1054-3139, 1095-9289
    URLhttps://academic.oup.com/icesjms/article-lookup/doi/10.1093/icesjms/fsv031
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  • Darling, K. F., et al. The genetic diversity, phylogeography and morphology of Elphidiidae (Foraminifera) in the Northeast Atlantic. Marine Micropaleontology 129, 1-23 (2016).
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    TitleThe genetic diversity, phylogeography and morphology of Elphidiidae (Foraminifera) in the Northeast Atlantic
    AuthorDarling, Kate F.
    AuthorSchweizer, Magali
    AuthorKnudsen, Karen Luise
    AuthorEvans, Katharine M.
    AuthorBird, Clare
    AuthorRoberts, Angela
    AuthorFilipsson, Helena L.
    AuthorKim, Jung-Hyun
    AuthorGudmundsson, Gudmundur
    AuthorWade, Christopher M.
    AuthorSayer, Martin D.J.
    AuthorAustin, William E.N.
    PublicationMarine Micropaleontology
    Volume129
    Pages1-23
    Date12/2016
    Languageen
    DOI10.1016/j.marmicro.2016.09.001
    ISSN03778398
    URLhttps://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0377839816301025
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  • Demir, V., Okudan Aslan, E., Zeki, S. & Gazioglu, C. Mapping of Posidonia oceanica (L.) Delile Meadows Using Geographic Information Systems: A case study in Ufakdere-Kaş (Mediterranean Sea). International Journal of Environment and geoinformatics 3, 92-97 (2016).
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    TitleMapping of Posidonia oceanica (L.) Delile Meadows Using Geographic Information Systems: A case study in Ufakdere-Kaş (Mediterranean Sea)
    AuthorDemir, Volkan
    AuthorOkudan Aslan, Emine
    AuthorZeki, Sibel
    AuthorGazioglu, Cem
    AbstractPosidonia oceanica (Linnaeus) Delile 1813 is an endemic and the most widespread seagrass species of the Mediterranean Sea. Seagrass meadows are one of the most productive ecosystems on Earth, providing habitat to numerous organisms. Therefore, mapping of seagrass meadows is of crucial importance for conservation and coastal management purposes. Here we present an integrated geographic information system approach with SCUBA diving, providing a cost effective method to monitor seagrass beds at shallow coastal habitats. In this case study P. oceanica meadows were mapped in Ufakdere region of Kaş (Antalya) coastal area between April – September 2015. A total of 25000 m 2 are were screened to create seagrass coverage maps. Results indicate that P. oceanica meadows cover 21200 m 2 and we estimated that 520 m 2 of this area is highly damaged. This integrated approach provided one of the most detailed small-scale Posidonia mapping in Turkey and this time and cost effective methodology can be applied to any seagrass meadow with great ease to increase our knowledge on this important habitat.
    PublicationInternational Journal of Environment and geoinformatics
    Volume3
    Issue3
    Pages92-97
    Date2016
    Short TitleMapping of Posidonia oceanica (L.) Delile Meadows Using Geographic Information Systems
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  • Egea, E., et al. Morphological and genetic analyses reveal a cryptic species complex in the echinoid Echinocardium cordatum and rule out a stabilizing selection explanation. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 94, 207-220 (2016).
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    TitleMorphological and genetic analyses reveal a cryptic species complex in the echinoid Echinocardium cordatum and rule out a stabilizing selection explanation
    AuthorEgea, Emilie
    AuthorDavid, Bruno
    AuthorChoné, Thérèse
    AuthorLaurin, Bernard
    AuthorFéral, Jean-Pierre
    AuthorChenuil, Anne
    PublicationMolecular Phylogenetics and Evolution
    Volume94
    Pages207-220
    Date01/2016
    Languageen
    DOI10.1016/j.ympev.2015.07.023
    ISSN10557903
    URLhttp://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S1055790315002274
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  • Elliott, S. A. M., Ahti, P. A., Heath, M. R., Turrell, W. R. & Bailey, D. M. An assessment of juvenile Atlantic cod <i>Gadus morhua</i> distribution and growth using diver operated stereo-video surveys: <i>gadus morhua</i> abundance and growth. Journal of Fish Biology 89, 1190-1207 (2016).
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    TitleAn assessment of juvenile Atlantic cod <i>Gadus morhua</i> distribution and growth using diver operated stereo-video surveys: <i>gadus morhua</i> abundance and growth
    AuthorElliott, S. A. M.
    AuthorAhti, P. A.
    AuthorHeath, M. R.
    AuthorTurrell, W. R.
    AuthorBailey, D. M.
    PublicationJournal of Fish Biology
    Volume89
    Issue2
    Pages1190-1207
    Date08/2016
    Languageen
    DOI10.1111/jfb.12998
    ISSN00221112
    Short TitleAn assessment of juvenile Atlantic cod <i>Gadus morhua</i> distribution and growth using diver operated stereo-video surveys
    URLhttp://doi.wiley.com/10.1111/jfb.12998
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  • Féral, J. - P., et al. Kerguelen, un archipel sous haute surveillance. Espèces, Revue d'histoire naturelle 21, 33-39 (2016).
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    TitleKerguelen, un archipel sous haute surveillance
    AuthorFéral, Jean-Pierre
    AuthorBeurier, Jean-Pierre
    AuthorMarschal, Christian
    AuthorMarty, Gilles
    AuthorMotreuil, Sébastien
    AuthorPoulin, Elie
    AuthorRoca, Jean-Claude
    AuthorSaucède, Thomas
    AbstractAvec ses côtes découpées et sans cesse battues par les vents, les Kerguelen sont restées longtemps inaccessibles aux biologistes marins. Si sa situation géographique et son isolement exceptionnels rendent cet archipel particulièrement vulnérable aux changements climatiques, ils en font aussi un laboratoire idéal pour en étudier les effets…
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    Volume21
    Pages33-39
    Date2016
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  • Féral, J. - P., Saucède, T. & Améziane, N. PROTEKER phase 1: l’installation. Un observatoire sous-marin des effets du changement global sur les communautés benthiques côtières de l’Archipel des Kerguelen. 28-35 (IPEV - French Polar Institute, 2016).at
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    TitlePROTEKER phase 1: l’installation. Un observatoire sous-marin des effets du changement global sur les communautés benthiques côtières de l’Archipel des Kerguelen
    AuthorFéral, Jean-Pierre
    AuthorSaucède, Thomas
    AuthorAméziane, Nadia
    AbstractIn the current context of climate change, sea level variations and the alteration of marine biodiversity are expected to impact marine ecosystems of the sub-Antarctic Islands and coastal areas in particular. Coastal marine areas of the Kerguelen Islands investigated during previous oceanographic programs were revisited during three scientific summer campaigns of the trawler La Curieuse. Eighteen sites were explored by scuba diving, by using a small beam trawl and with a ROV. Eight sites were selected and equipped with sensors and settlement plots for monitoring physical parameters and colonization dynamics. Some species for which the genetic structure is known were selected for genetic monitoring and determining the most sensitivity areas. The whole system will bring conservation managers the scientific grounds for determining how coastal zones should be protected and managed. PROTEKER makes part of a larger observatory network of the Southern Ocean: it has joined the French INEE Zone Atelier Antarctique et subantarctique and the SCAR International Action Groups ANTOS [Antarctic Near-shore and Terrestrial Observing System] and ISSA [Integrated Science for the Sub-Antarctic]. ///// Dans le contexte actuel de changement climatique, les variations du niveau de la mer et de la biodiversité marine auront une incidence sur les écosystèmes marins des îles subantarctiques, en particulier dans les eaux côtières. Des sites explorés au cours des programmes marins passés autour des Kerguelen ont été revisités lors de 3 campagnes d'été de La Curieuse. 18 sites ont été explorés en plongée, à l'aide d'un chalut à perche et d’un ROV. 8 d'entre eux ont été choisis et équipés de capteurs et de placettes de colonisation pour suivre les paramètres physiques de l’environnement et la dynamique de peuplement. Certaines espèces, dont la structure génétique est connue, ont été sélectionnées pour un suivi génétique et la détermination de zones sensibles. L'ensemble apportera aussi les bases scientifiques à la détermination des zones côtières à protéger et à gérer. PROTEKER fait partie d’un plus vaste réseau d’observation à l’échelle de l’océan Austral : il a rejoint la Zone Atelier Antarctique et subantarctique de l’Institut écologie et environnement du CNRS (INEE) et les groupes d’action internationaux ANTOS [Antarctic Near-shore and Terrestrial Observing System] et ISSA [Integrated Science for the Sub-Antarctic] du SCAR.
    Report TypeRapport d’activité, Campagne d’été 2015-2016 incluse
    PlaceBrest
    InstitutionIPEV - French Polar Institute
    Date2016
    Pages28-35
    LanguageFrançais
    Short TitlePROTEKER phase 1
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  • Féral, J. - P., et al. PROTEKER: implementation of a submarine observatory at the Kerguelen Islands (Southern Ocean). Underwater Technology 34, 3-10 (2016).
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    TitlePROTEKER: implementation of a submarine observatory at the Kerguelen Islands (Southern Ocean)
    AuthorFéral, Jean-Pierre
    AuthorSaucède, Thomas
    AuthorPoulin, Elie
    AuthorMarschal, Christian
    AuthorMarty, Gilles
    AuthorRoca, Jean-Claude
    AuthorMotreuil, Sébastien
    AuthorBeurier, Jean-Pierre
    AbstractIn the context of global climate change, variations in sea surface temperature, sea level change and latitudinal shifts of oceanographic currents are expected to affect marine biodiversity of the sub-Antarctic islands located near the polar front, such as the Kerguelen Islands, particularly in coastal waters. Sampling sites of previous oceanographic programmes focused on the Kerguelen Islands were revisited during three scientific summer cruises aboard the trawler La Curieuse (2011–2014). Among 18 coastal sites explored using scuba diving, 8 were selected for monitoring, as representative of the Kerguelen sub-Antarctic marine habitats, to be progressively equipped with sensors and settlement plots. Remotely operated vehicle (ROV) observations and beam trawling (at 50 m and 100 m) have also been used to contextualise them. Eight sites – in the Morbihan Bay (4), and in the north (2) and south (2) of the Kerguelen Islands – are now monitored by photo and video surveys, with temperature loggers installed at 5 m and 15 m depth, and settlement plots at about 10 m depth. Temperature data have been recovered yearly since 2011 at some sites (those equipped first). Biodiversity found on settlement plots will be characterised yearly by metagenomics. The often harsh conditions at sea involve using robust underwater equipment and simple investigation techniques and protocols to ensure the permanence and the reliability of the equipment installed.
    PublicationUnderwater Technology
    Volume34
    Issue1
    Pages3-10
    Date2016-11-01
    Languageen
    DOI10.3723/ut.34.003
    ISSN17560543, 17560551
    Short TitlePROTEKER
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  • Galea, H. R., et al. Glaciambulata neumayeri gen. et sp. nov., a new Antarctic trachymedusa (Cnidaria: Hydrozoa), with a revision of the family Ptychogastriidae. European Journal of Taxonomy (2016).doi:10.5852/ejt.2016.252
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    AuthorGalea, Horia R.
    AuthorRoder, Cornelia
    AuthorWalcher, Christoph
    AuthorWarmuth, Marco
    AuthorKohlberg, Eberhard
    AuthorFischer, Philipp F.
    PublicationEuropean Journal of Taxonomy
    Issue252
    Date2016-12-20
    DOI10.5852/ejt.2016.252
    ISSN2118-9773
    Short TitleGlaciambulata neumayeri gen. et sp. nov., a new Antarctic trachymedusa (Cnidaria
    URLhttp://www.europeanjournaloftaxonomy.eu/index.php/ejt/article/view/376
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  • González-Wevar, C. A., et al. Out of Antarctica: quaternary colonization of sub-Antarctic Marion Island by the limpet genus Nacella (Patellogastropoda: Nacellidae). Polar Biology 39, 77-89 (2016).
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    TitleOut of Antarctica: quaternary colonization of sub-Antarctic Marion Island by the limpet genus Nacella (Patellogastropoda: Nacellidae)
    AuthorGonzález-Wevar, Claudio A.
    AuthorChown, Steven L.
    AuthorMorley, Simon
    AuthorCoria, Nestor
    AuthorSaucéde, Thomas
    AuthorPoulin, Elie
    PublicationPolar Biology
    Volume39
    Issue1
    Pages77-89
    Date1/2016
    Languageen
    DOI10.1007/s00300-014-1620-9
    ISSN0722-4060, 1432-2056
    Short TitleOut of Antarctica
    URLhttp://link.springer.com/10.1007/s00300-014-1620-9
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  • González-Wevar, C. A., et al. Patterns of genetic diversity and structure in Antarctic and sub-Antarctic Nacella (Patellogastropoda: Nacellidae) species. Biodiversity 17, 46-55 (2016).
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    TitlePatterns of genetic diversity and structure in Antarctic and sub-Antarctic Nacella (Patellogastropoda: Nacellidae) species
    AuthorGonzález-Wevar, Claudio A.
    AuthorHüne, Mathias
    AuthorRosenfeld, Sebastián
    AuthorSaucède, Thomas
    AuthorFéral, Jean-Pierre
    AuthorMansilla, Andrés
    AuthorPoulin, Elie
    AbstractThe biogeography of the Southern Ocean reflects complex interactions between major macroevolutionary forces and biotic elements. Major gateway openings, the establishment of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current and climate cooling are deeply connected to the composition, abundance and distribution of the Southern Ocean marine benthic fauna. Glacial episodes of the Quaternary heavily impacted the distribution of the genetic variation of the Southern Ocean biota. The genus Nacella includes 12 nominal species in different provinces of the Southern Ocean. In this study, we compared patterns of mitochondrial DNA diversity in three Nacella species from Antarctic Peninsula, Kerguelen Island and Patagonia. Low levels of genetic diversity and absence of genetic structure characterise each one of them showing the strong impact of ice advances and retreats over their respective demographics. Haplotype diversity, short genealogies and demographic inference recorded suggest the occurrence of a more dramatic demographic process in Antarctic Peninsula than in the sub-Antarctic.
    PublicationBiodiversity
    Volume17
    Issue1-2
    Pages46-55
    Date2016-04-02
    Languageen
    DOI10.1080/14888386.2016.1181573
    ISSN1488-8386, 2160-0651
    Short TitlePatterns of genetic diversity and structure in Antarctic and sub-Antarctic <i>Nacella</i> (Patellogastropoda
    URLhttp://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14888386.2016.1181573
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  • Gray, A. E., et al. Comparison of Reef Fish Survey Data Gathered by Open and Closed Circuit SCUBA Divers Reveals Differences in Areas With Higher Fishing Pressure. PLoS ONE 11, 1-18 (2016).
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    TitleComparison of Reef Fish Survey Data Gathered by Open and Closed Circuit SCUBA Divers Reveals Differences in Areas With Higher Fishing Pressure
    AuthorGray, Andrew E.
    AuthorWilliams, Ivor
    AuthorStamoulis, Kostantinos A.
    AuthorBoland, Raymond C.
    AuthorLino, Kevin C.
    AuthorHauk, Brian B.
    AuthorLeonard, Jason C.
    AuthorRooney, John J.
    AuthorAsher, Jacob M.
    AuthorLopes, Keolohilani H.
    AuthorKosaki, Randall K.
    AbstractVisual survey by divers using open-circuit (OC) SCUBA is the most widely used approach to survey coral reef fishes. Therefore, it is important to quantify sources of bias in OC surveys, such as the possibility that avoidance of OC divers by fishes can lead to undercounting in areas where targeted species have come to associate divers with a risk of being speared. One potential way to reduce diver avoidance is to utilize closed circuit rebreathers (CCRs), which do not produce the noise and bubbles that are a major source of disturbance associated with OC diving. For this study, we conducted 66 paired OC and CCR fish surveys in the Main Hawaiian Islands at locations with relatively high, moderate, and light fishing pressure. We found no significant differences in biomass estimates between OC and CCR surveys when data were pooled across all sites, however there were differences at the most heavily fished location, Oahu. There, biomass estimates from OC divers were significantly lower for several targeted fish groups, including surgeonfishes, targeted wrasses, and snappers, as well as for all targeted fishes combined, with mean OC biomass between 32 and 68% of mean CCR biomass. There were no clear differences between OC and CCR biomass estimates for these groups at sites with moderate or low fishing pressure, or at any location for other targeted fish groups, including groupers, parrotfishes, and goatfishes. Bias associated with avoidance of OC divers at heavily fished locations could be substantially reduced, or at least calibrated for, by utilization of CCR. In addition to being affected by fishing pressure, the extent to which avoidance of OC divers is problematic for visual surveys varies greatly among taxa, and is likely to be highly influenced by the survey methodology and dimensions used.
    PublicationPLoS ONE
    Volume11
    Issue12
    Pages1-18
    Date09/12/2016
    LanguageEnglish
    DOI10.1371/journal.pone.0167724
    Short TitleA Comparison of Reef Fish Survey Data Gathered by Open and Closed Circuit SCUBA
    URLhttp://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0167724
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  • Harper, E. M. & Peck, L. S. Latitudinal and depth gradients in marine predation pressure: Gradients in marine predation pressure. Global Ecology and Biogeography 25, 670-678 (2016).
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    TitleLatitudinal and depth gradients in marine predation pressure: Gradients in marine predation pressure
    AuthorHarper, Elizabeth M.
    AuthorPeck, Lloyd S.
    PublicationGlobal Ecology and Biogeography
    Volume25
    Issue6
    Pages670-678
    Date06/2016
    Languageen
    DOI10.1111/geb.12444
    ISSN1466822X
    Short TitleLatitudinal and depth gradients in marine predation pressure
    URLhttp://doi.wiley.com/10.1111/geb.12444
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  • Hirsch, P., Burkhardt-Holm, P., Töpfer, I. & Fischer, P. Movement patterns and shelter choice of spiny-cheek crayfish (Orconectes limosus) in a large lake’s littoral zone. Aquatic Invasions 11, 55-65 (2016).
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    TitleMovement patterns and shelter choice of spiny-cheek crayfish (Orconectes limosus) in a large lake’s littoral zone
    AuthorHirsch, Philipp
    AuthorBurkhardt-Holm, Patricia
    AuthorTöpfer, Iris
    AuthorFischer, Philipp
    PublicationAquatic Invasions
    Volume11
    Issue1
    Pages55-65
    Date2016
    DOI10.3391/ai.2016.11.1.06
    ISSN18185487
    URLhttp://www.aquaticinvasions.net/2016/issue1.html
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  • Jonathan, B. & Robert, M. K. Regulating Scientific Diving and Underwater Archaeology: legal and historical considerations. International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 45, 153-169 (2016).
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    TitleRegulating Scientific Diving and Underwater Archaeology: legal and historical considerations
    AuthorJonathan, Benjamin
    AuthorRobert, MacKintosh
    AbstractThe regulation of scientific and archaeological diving is complex but it is essential that underwater archaeologists are familiar with the requirements placed on them by legal systems. This paper outlines the history and development of current legal systems in four jurisdictions: the UK, USA, EU and Australia. This historical and legal approach informs key discussions facing maritime archaeologists; reference is made to training requirements, safety records and the question of who should be allowed to participate and who should be excluded from archaeological diving.
    PublicationInternational Journal of Nautical Archaeology
    Volume45
    Issue1
    Pages153-169
    Date2016
    LanguageEnglish
    DOI10.1111/1095-9270.12141
    URLhttp://onlinelibrary.wiley.com.gate1.inist.fr/doi/10.1111/1095-9270.12141/full
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  • Küpper, F. C., et al. Arctic marine phytobenthos of northern Baffin Island. Journal of Phycology 52, 532-549 (2016).
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    TitleArctic marine phytobenthos of northern Baffin Island
    AuthorKüpper, Frithjof C.
    AuthorPeters, Akira F.
    AuthorShewring, Dawn M.
    AuthorSayer, Martin D. J.
    AuthorMystikou, Alexandra
    AuthorBrown, Hugh
    AuthorAzzopardi, Elaine
    AuthorDargent, Olivier
    AuthorStrittmatter, Martina
    AuthorBrennan, Debra
    AuthorAsensi, Aldo O.
    Authorvan West, Pieter
    AuthorWilce, Robert T.
    EditorLane, C.
    PublicationJournal of Phycology
    Volume52
    Issue4
    Pages532-549
    Date08/2016
    Languageen
    DOI10.1111/jpy.12417
    ISSN00223646
    URLhttp://doi.wiley.com/10.1111/jpy.12417
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  • MEDSUBHYP, Prise en charge en santé au travail des travailleurs intervenant en condition hyperbares // Occupational health care for workers in hyperbaric conditions (in French). (MEDSUBHYP, 2016).at
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    TitlePrise en charge en santé au travail des travailleurs intervenant en condition hyperbares // Occupational health care for workers in hyperbaric conditions (in French)
    AuthorMEDSUBHYP,
    PlaceMarseille, Hopital Sainte Marguerite
    PublisherMEDSUBHYP
    Date2016
    LanguageFrançais
    URLhttps://www.medsubhyp.com/images/consensus_bonnes_pratiques_reglementation/20160708_RBP_v4_validee_le_7-7-16.pdf
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  • Morley, S. A., et al. Rates of warming and the global sensitivity of shallow water marine invertebrates to elevated temperature. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 96, 159-165 (2016).
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    TitleRates of warming and the global sensitivity of shallow water marine invertebrates to elevated temperature
    AuthorMorley, S.A.
    AuthorBates, A.E.
    AuthorLamare, M
    AuthorRichard, J
    AuthorNguyen, K.D.
    AuthorBrown, J
    AuthorPeck, L.S.
    PublicationJournal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom
    Volume96
    Issue01
    Pages159-165
    Date02/2016
    Languageen
    DOI10.1017/S0025315414000307
    ISSN0025-3154, 1469-7769
    URLhttp://www.journals.cambridge.org/abstract_S0025315414000307
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  • Norro, A. The closed circuit rebreather (CCR): is it the safest device for deep scienti c diving? Underwater Technology 34, 31-38 (2016).
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    TitleThe closed circuit rebreather (CCR): is it the safest device for deep scienti c diving?
    AuthorNorro, Alain
    AbstractThe closed circuit rebreather (CCR) is not a new diving tech- nology. From the late 1990s CCR units were commercially available in Europe, and increasingly more divers, and among them scienti c divers, have been trained to use them. Even if many bene ts exist for using CCR for all diving depth ranges, it is in the deep diving zone ranging from 50 m to 100 m of sea water where the main advantages to using this equipment exist. Using rebreathers does carry additional risks, and these must be mitigated to ensure safe usage. A standard for CCR scienti c diving has existed for many years in the USA, and the levels of expertise within the European scienti c diving community are now suf cient for a European standard to be established. National legislation for occupational scienti c diving in many cases excludes CCR diving, which can limit its use for scienti c purposes. This paper suggests that, where possible, legislations should be allowed to evolve in order to include this type of equipment where and when its use has direct advantages for both the safety and the ef ciency of scienti c diving. This paper provides a brief description of the fundamentals of closed circuit rebreather diving and outlines the bene ts that its use offers diving scientists. Special attention is given to safety issues with the assertion that the CCR concept is, if strictly applied, the safest available technique today for autonomous deep scienti c diving purposes.
    PublicationUnderwater Technology
    Volume34
    Issue1
    Pages31-38
    Date2016
    LanguageEnglish
    DOI10.3723/ut.34.031
    URLhttp://www.sut.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/Underwater-Technology-34.1-web.pdf
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  • Peck, L. S. A Cold Limit to Adaptation in the Sea. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 31, 13-26 (2016).
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    TitleA Cold Limit to Adaptation in the Sea
    AuthorPeck, Lloyd S.
    PublicationTrends in Ecology & Evolution
    Volume31
    Issue1
    Pages13-26
    Date01/2016
    Languageen
    DOI10.1016/j.tree.2015.09.014
    ISSN01695347
    URLhttps://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0169534715002505
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  • Peck, L. S., Heiser, S. & Clark, M. S. Very slow embryonic and larval development in the Antarctic limpet Nacella polaris. Polar Biology 39, 2273-2280 (2016).
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    TitleVery slow embryonic and larval development in the Antarctic limpet Nacella polaris
    AuthorPeck, Lloyd S.
    AuthorHeiser, Sabrina
    AuthorClark, Melody S.
    PublicationPolar Biology
    Volume39
    Issue12
    Pages2273-2280
    Date12/2016
    Languageen
    DOI10.1007/s00300-016-1894-1
    ISSN0722-4060, 1432-2056
    URLhttp://link.springer.com/10.1007/s00300-016-1894-1
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  • Rebreathers and Scientific Diving. (NPS/NOAA/DAN/AAUS, 2016).at
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    TitleRebreathers and Scientific Diving
    EditorPollock, Neal W.
    EditorSellers, Steven H.
    EditorGodfrey, Jeffrey M.
    AbstractRebreathers and Scientific Diving - Best Practice Recommendations 1 Neal W. Pollock, Steven H. Sellers, Jeffrey M. Godfrey An Overview of Rebreathers in Scientific Diving 1998-2013 5 Steven H. Sellers Rebreather Evolution in the Foreseeable Future 40 Richard L. Pyle Respiratory Physiology of Rebreather Diving 66 Gavin Anthony, Simon J. Mitchell Scientific Rebreather Standards 80 Elizabeth Kintzing, Marc Slattery Operational Considerations for the Use of Closed-Circuit Rebreathers in Scientific Diving Research 89 Douglas E. Kesling Emergency Procedures and Managing a Rebreather Whilst Task Loaded: The Implementation of Rebreather Technology into Scientific Diving Projects 111 Phil A. Short The Value of Closed-Circuit Rebreathers for Biological Research 120 Richard L. Pyle, Phillip S. Lobel, Joseph A. Tomoleoni Mixed Mode and Mixed Platform Diving 135 Brett T. Seymour Factors in Decompression Stress 145 Neal W. Pollock Decompression Science: Critical Gas Exchange 163 Simon J. Mitchell Oxygen - Best Practices for Scientific Rebreather Diving Operations 175 Jeffrey M. Godfrey Defensive Dive Profile Planning 194 Neal W. Pollock Consensus Discussion 204 Appendices A. List of Acronyms Used 267 B. Workshop Participants 268 C. Workshop Agenda 272
    PlaceCatalina Island, CA
    PublisherNPS/NOAA/DAN/AAUS
    Date2016
    # of Pages272
    LanguageEnglish
    ISBN978-0-9800423-9-9
    URLhttp://www.omao.noaa.gov/sites/default/files/documents/Rebreathers%20and%20Scientific%20Diving%20Proceedings%202016.pdf
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  • Ponti, M., et al. The role of gorgonians on the diversity of vagile benthic fauna in Mediterranean rocky habitats. Marine Biology 163, (2016).
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    TitleThe role of gorgonians on the diversity of vagile benthic fauna in Mediterranean rocky habitats
    AuthorPonti, Massimo
    AuthorGrech, Daniele
    AuthorMori, Mario
    AuthorPerlini, Rossella A.
    AuthorVentra, Vincenzo
    AuthorPanzalis, Pier Augusto
    AuthorCerrano, Carlo
    PublicationMarine Biology
    Volume163
    Issue5
    Date5/2016
    Languageen
    DOI10.1007/s00227-016-2897-8
    ISSN0025-3162, 1432-1793
    URLhttp://link.springer.com/10.1007/s00227-016-2897-8
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  • Ponti, Massimo,, et al. Baseline reef health surveys at Bangka Island (North Sulawesi, Indonesia) reveal new threats. PeerJ 4, e2614 (2016).
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    TypeJournal Article
    TitleBaseline reef health surveys at Bangka Island (North Sulawesi, Indonesia) reveal new threats
    AuthorPonti, Massimo
    AuthorFratangeli, Francesca
    AuthorDondi, Nicolò
    AuthorSegre Reinach, Marco
    AuthorSerra, Clara
    AuthorSweet, Michael J.
    AbstractWorldwide coral reef decline appears to be accompanied by an increase in the spread of hard coral diseases. However, whether this is the result of increased direct and indirect human disturbances and/or an increase in natural stresses remains poorly understood. The provision of baseline surveys for monitoring coral health status lays the foundations to assess the effects of any such anthropogenic and/or natural effects on reefs. Therefore, the objectives of this present study were to provide a coral health baseline in a poorly studied area, and to investigate possible correlations between coral health and the level of anthropogenic and natural disturbances. During the survey period, we recorded 20 different types of coral diseases and other compromised health statuses. The most abundant were cases of coral bleaching, followed by skeletal deformations caused by pyrgomatid barnacles, damage caused by fish bites, general pigmentation response and galls caused by cryptochirid crabs. Instances of colonies affected by skeletal eroding bands, and sedimentation damage increased in correlation to the level of bio-chemical disturbance and/or proximity to villages. Moreover, galls caused by cryptochirid crabs appeared more abundant at sites affected by blast fishing and close to a newly opened metal mine. Interestingly, in the investigated area the percentage of corals showing signs of ‘common’ diseases such as black band disease, brown band disease, white syndrome and skeletal eroding band disease were relatively low. Nevertheless, the relatively high occurrence of less common signs of compromised coral-related reef health, including the aggressive overgrowth by sponges, deserves further investigation. Although diseases appear relatively low at the current time, this area may be at the tipping point and an increase in activities such as mining may irredeemably compromise reef health.
    PublicationPeerJ
    Volume4
    Pagese2614
    Date2016
    DOI10.7717/peerj.2614
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  • Roberts, A., et al. A New Integrated Approach to Taxonomy: The Fusion of Molecular and Morphological Systematics with Type Material in Benthic Foraminifera. PLOS ONE 11, e0158754 (2016).
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    TitleA New Integrated Approach to Taxonomy: The Fusion of Molecular and Morphological Systematics with Type Material in Benthic Foraminifera
    AuthorRoberts, Angela
    AuthorAustin, William
    AuthorEvans, Katharine
    AuthorBird, Clare
    AuthorSchweizer, Magali
    AuthorDarling, Kate
    EditorArthofer, Wolfgang
    PublicationPLOS ONE
    Volume11
    Issue7
    Pagese0158754
    Date2016-7-7
    Languageen
    DOI10.1371/journal.pone.0158754
    ISSN1932-6203
    Short TitleA New Integrated Approach to Taxonomy
    URLhttp://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0158754
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  • Sayer, M. D. J., Azzopardi, E. & Sieber, A. User settings on dive computers: reliability in aiding conservative diving. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine 46, 98-110 (2016).
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    TitleUser settings on dive computers: reliability in aiding conservative diving
    AuthorSayer, Martin D. J.
    AuthorAzzopardi, Elaine
    AuthorSieber, Arne
    AbstractINTRODUCTION: Divers can make adjustments to diving computers when they may need or want to dive more conservatively (e.g., diving with a persistent (patent) foramen ovale). Information describing the effects of these alterations or how they compare to other methods, such as using enriched air nitrox (EANx) with air dive planning tools, is lacking. METHODS: Seven models of dive computer from four manufacturers (Mares, Suunto, Oceanic and UWATEC) were subjected to single square-wave compression profiles (maximum depth: 20 or 40 metres' sea water, msw), single multi-level profiles (maximum depth: 30 msw; stops at 15 and 6 msw), and multi-dive series (two dives to 30 msw followed by one to 20 msw). Adjustable settings were employed for each dive profile; some modified profiles were compared against stand-alone use of EANx. RESULTS: Dives were shorter or indicated longer decompression obligations when conservative settings were applied. However, some computers in default settings produced more conservative dives than others that had been modified. Some computer-generated penalties were greater than when using EANx alone, particularly at partial pressures of oxygen (PO₂) below 1.40 bar. Some computers 'locked out' during the multi-dive series; others would continue to support decompression with, in some cases, automatically-reduced levels of conservatism. Changing reduced gradient bubble model values on Suunto computers produced few differences. DISCUSSION: The range of possible adjustments and the non-standard computer response to them complicates the ability to provide accurate guidance to divers wanting to dive more conservatively. The use of EANx alone may not always generate satisfactory levels of conservatism.
    PublicationDiving and Hyperbaric Medicine
    Volume46
    Issue2
    Pages98-110
    DateJun 2016
    Journal AbbrDiving Hyperb Med
    Languageeng
    ISSN1833-3516
    Short TitleUser settings on dive computers
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    TagsAtmospheric Pressure · Computers · Computers - diving · Decompression · Diving · Humans · Reference Values · Reproducibility of Results · Seawater · altitude · decompression · enriched air – nitrox · persistent (patent) foramen ovale (PFO) · review article · safety
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  • Sleight, V. A., et al. An Antarctic molluscan biomineralisation tool-kit. Scientific Reports 6, (2016).
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    TitleAn Antarctic molluscan biomineralisation tool-kit
    AuthorSleight, Victoria A.
    AuthorMarie, Benjamin
    AuthorJackson, Daniel J.
    AuthorDyrynda, Elisabeth A.
    AuthorMarie, Arul
    AuthorClark, Melody S.
    PublicationScientific Reports
    Volume6
    Issue1
    Date12/2016
    Languageen
    DOI10.1038/srep36978
    ISSN2045-2322
    URLhttp://www.nature.com/articles/srep36978
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  • Sleight, V. A., et al. Characterisation of the mantle transcriptome and biomineralisation genes in the blunt-gaper clam, Mya truncata. Marine Genomics 27, 47-55 (2016).
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    Version774
    TypeJournal Article
    TitleCharacterisation of the mantle transcriptome and biomineralisation genes in the blunt-gaper clam, Mya truncata
    AuthorSleight, Victoria A.
    AuthorThorne, Michael A.S.
    AuthorPeck, Lloyd S.
    AuthorArivalagan, Jaison
    AuthorBerland, Sophie
    AuthorMarie, Arul
    AuthorClark, Melody S.
    PublicationMarine Genomics
    Volume27
    Pages47-55
    Date06/2016
    Languageen
    DOI10.1016/j.margen.2016.01.003
    ISSN18747787
    URLhttps://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S1874778716300034
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  • Smale, D., et al. Linking environmental variables with regional- scale variability in ecological structure and standing stock of carbon within UK kelp forests. Marine Ecology Progress Series 542, 79-95 (2016).
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    TitleLinking environmental variables with regional- scale variability in ecological structure and standing stock of carbon within UK kelp forests
    AuthorSmale, Da
    AuthorBurrows, Mt
    AuthorEvans, Aj
    AuthorKing, N
    AuthorSayer, Mdj
    AuthorYunnie, Ale
    AuthorMoore, Pj
    PublicationMarine Ecology Progress Series
    Volume542
    Pages79-95
    Date2016-01-19
    Languageen
    DOI10.3354/meps11544
    ISSN0171-8630, 1616-1599
    URLhttp://www.int-res.com/abstracts/meps/v542/p79-95/
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  • van De Poll, W. H., et al. Atlantic Advection Driven Changes in Glacial Meltwater: Effects on Phytoplankton Chlorophyll-a and Taxonomic Composition in Kongsfjorden, Spitsbergen. Frontiers in Marine Science 3, (2016).
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    TitleAtlantic Advection Driven Changes in Glacial Meltwater: Effects on Phytoplankton Chlorophyll-a and Taxonomic Composition in Kongsfjorden, Spitsbergen
    Authorvan De Poll, Willem H.
    AuthorMaat, Douwe S.
    AuthorFischer, Philipp
    AuthorRozema, Patrick D.
    AuthorDaly, Oonagh B.
    AuthorKoppelle, Sebastiaan
    AuthorVisser, Ronald J. W.
    AuthorBuma, Anita G. J.
    PublicationFrontiers in Marine Science
    Volume3
    Date2016-10-18
    DOI10.3389/fmars.2016.00200
    ISSN2296-7745
    Short TitleAtlantic Advection Driven Changes in Glacial Meltwater
    URLhttp://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fmars.2016.00200/full
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  • Wright, S., et al. SCUBA divers as oceanographic samplers: The potential of dive computers to augment aquatic temperature monitoring. Scientific Reports 6, 30164 (2016).
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    TypeJournal Article
    TitleSCUBA divers as oceanographic samplers: The potential of dive computers to augment aquatic temperature monitoring
    AuthorWright, Serena
    AuthorHull, Tom
    AuthorSivyer, David B.
    AuthorPearce, David
    AuthorPinnegar, John K.
    AuthorSayer, Martin D. J.
    AuthorMogg, Andrew O. M.
    AuthorAzzopardi, Elaine
    AuthorGontarek, Steve
    AuthorHyder, Kieran
    PublicationScientific Reports
    Volume6
    Pages30164
    Datejuillet 22, 2016
    Journal AbbrScientific Reports
    DOI10.1038/srep30164
    URLhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1038/srep30164
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  • Zwerschke, N., Emmerson, M. C., Roberts, D. & O'Connor, N. E. Benthic assemblages associated with native and non-native oysters are similar. Marine Pollution Bulletin 111, 305-310 (2016).
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    Version751
    TypeJournal Article
    TitleBenthic assemblages associated with native and non-native oysters are similar
    AuthorZwerschke, Nadescha
    AuthorEmmerson, Mark C.
    AuthorRoberts, Dai
    AuthorO'Connor, Nessa E.
    AbstractInvasive species can impact native species and alter assemblage structure, which affects associated ecosystem functioning. The pervasive Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas, has been shown to affect the diversity and composition of many host ecosystems. We tested for effects of the presence of the invasive C. gigas on native assemblages by comparing them directly to assemblages associated with the declining native European oyster, Ostrea edulis. The presence of both oyster species was manipulated in intertidal and subtidal habitats and reefs were constructed at horizontal and vertical orientation to the substratum. After 12months, species diversity and benthic assemblage structure between assemblages with C. gigas and O. edulis were similar, but differed between habitats and orientation, suggesting that both oyster species were functionally similar in terms of biodiversity facilitation. These findings support evidence, that non-native species could play an important role in maintaining biodiversity in systems with declining populations of native species.
    PublicationMarine Pollution Bulletin
    Volume111
    Issue1-2
    Pages305-310
    DateOct 15, 2016
    Journal AbbrMar. Pollut. Bull.
    Languageeng
    DOI10.1016/j.marpolbul.2016.06.094
    ISSN1879-3363
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    ExtraPMID: 27377003
    TagsAnimals · Biodiversity · Crassostrea · Crassostrea gigas · Ecosystem · Functional similarity · Introduced Species · Invasive species · Ireland · Ostrea · Ostrea edulis
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  • Atamanchuk, D., et al. Detection of CO 2 leakage from a simulated sub-seabed storage site using three different types of p CO 2 sensors. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 38, 121-134 (2015).
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    TypeJournal Article
    TitleDetection of CO 2 leakage from a simulated sub-seabed storage site using three different types of p CO 2 sensors
    AuthorAtamanchuk, Dariia
    AuthorTengberg, Anders
    AuthorAleynik, Dmitry
    AuthorFietzek, Peer
    AuthorShitashima, Kiminori
    AuthorLichtschlag, Anna
    AuthorHall, Per O.J.
    AuthorStahl, Henrik
    PublicationInternational Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control
    Volume38
    Pages121-134
    Date07/2015
    Languageen
    DOI10.1016/j.ijggc.2014.10.021
    ISSN17505836
    URLhttps://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S1750583614003521
    Accessed2018-11-27T10:35:01Z
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  • Bennett, S., et al. Canopy interactions and physical stress gradients in subtidal communities. Ecology Letters 18, 677-686 (2015).
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    TypeJournal Article
    TitleCanopy interactions and physical stress gradients in subtidal communities
    AuthorBennett, Scott
    AuthorWernberg, Thomas
    Authorde Bettignies, Thibaut
    AuthorKendrick, Gary A.
    AuthorAnderson, Robert J.
    AuthorBolton, John J.
    AuthorRodgers, Kirsten L.
    AuthorShears, Nick T.
    AuthorLeclerc, Jean-Charles
    AuthorLévêque, Laurent
    AuthorDavoult, Dominique
    AuthorChristie, Hartvig C.
    EditorWorm, Boris
    PublicationEcology Letters
    Volume18
    Issue7
    Pages677-686
    Date07/2015
    Languageen
    DOI10.1111/ele.12446
    ISSN1461023X
    URLhttp://doi.wiley.com/10.1111/ele.12446
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  • Berge, J., et al. Unexpected Levels of Biological Activity during the Polar Night Offer New Perspectives on a Warming Arctic. Current Biology 25, 2555-2561 (2015).
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    Version385
    TypeJournal Article
    TitleUnexpected Levels of Biological Activity during the Polar Night Offer New Perspectives on a Warming Arctic
    AuthorBerge, Jørgen
    AuthorDaase, Malin
    AuthorRenaud, Paul E.
    AuthorAmbrose, William G.
    AuthorDarnis, Gerald
    AuthorLast, Kim S.
    AuthorLeu, Eva
    AuthorCohen, Jonathan H.
    AuthorJohnsen, Geir
    AuthorMoline, Mark A.
    AuthorCottier, Finlo
    AuthorVarpe, Øystein
    AuthorShunatova, Natalia
    AuthorBałazy, Piotr
    AuthorMorata, Nathalie
    AuthorMassabuau, Jean-Charles
    AuthorFalk-Petersen, Stig
    AuthorKosobokova, Ksenia
    AuthorHoppe, Clara J.M.
    AuthorWęsławski, Jan Marcin
    AuthorKukliński, Piotr
    AuthorLegeżyńska, Joanna
    AuthorNikishina, Daria
    AuthorCusa, Marine
    AuthorKędra, Monika
    AuthorWłodarska-Kowalczuk, Maria
    AuthorVogedes, Daniel
    AuthorCamus, Lionel
    AuthorTran, Damien
    AuthorMichaud, Emma
    AuthorGabrielsen, Tove M.
    AuthorGranovitch, Andrei
    AuthorGonchar, Anya
    AuthorKrapp, Rupert
    AuthorCallesen, Trine A.
    PublicationCurrent Biology
    Volume25
    Issue19
    Pages2555-2561
    Date10/2015
    Languageen
    DOI10.1016/j.cub.2015.08.024
    ISSN09609822
    URLhttp://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0960982215009951
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  • Bergès, B. J. P., Leighton, T. G. & White, P. R. Passive acoustic quantification of gas fluxes during controlled gas release experiments. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 38, 64-79 (2015).
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    TypeJournal Article
    TitlePassive acoustic quantification of gas fluxes during controlled gas release experiments
    AuthorBergès, Benoît J.P.
    AuthorLeighton, Timothy G.
    AuthorWhite, Paul R.
    PublicationInternational Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control
    Volume38
    Pages64-79
    Date07/2015
    Languageen
    DOI10.1016/j.ijggc.2015.02.008
    ISSN17505836
    URLhttps://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S175058361500050X
    Accessed2018-11-27T10:20:06Z
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  • Boissin, E., Egea, E., Féral, J. - P. & Chenuil, A. Contrasting population genetic structures in Amphipholis squamata, a complex of brooding, self-reproducing sister species sharing life history traits. Marine Ecology Progress Series 539, 165-177 (2015).
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    TypeJournal Article
    TitleContrasting population genetic structures in Amphipholis squamata, a complex of brooding, self-reproducing sister species sharing life history traits
    AuthorBoissin, Emilie
    AuthorEgea, Emilie
    AuthorFéral, Jean-Pierre
    AuthorChenuil, Anne
    PublicationMarine Ecology Progress Series
    Volume539
    Pages165-177
    Date2015-11-12
    Languageen
    DOI10.3354/meps11480
    ISSN0171-8630, 1616-1599
    URLhttp://www.int-res.com/abstracts/meps/v539/p165-177/
    Accessed2015-12-12T18:05:37Z
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  • Boury-Esnault, N., et al. Mediterranean hexactinellid sponges, with the description of a new Sympagella species (Porifera, Hexactinellida). Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 95, 1353-1364 (2015).
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    TypeJournal Article
    TitleMediterranean hexactinellid sponges, with the description of a new Sympagella species (Porifera, Hexactinellida)
    AuthorBoury-Esnault, Nicole
    AuthorVacelet, Jean
    AuthorReiswig, Henry M.
    AuthorFourt, Maïa
    AuthorAguilar, Ricardo
    AuthorChevaldonné, Pierre
    PublicationJournal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom
    Volume95
    Issue07
    Pages1353-1364
    Date11/2015
    Languageen
    DOI10.1017/S0025315414001891
    ISSN0025-3154, 1469-7769
    URLhttp://www.journals.cambridge.org/abstract_S0025315414001891
    Accessed2015-12-12T18:10:58Z
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  • Cachet, N., et al. Metabolomic profiling reveals deep chemical divergence between two morphotypes of the zoanthid Parazoanthus axinellae. Scientific Reports 5, 8282 (2015).
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    Version119
    TypeJournal Article
    TitleMetabolomic profiling reveals deep chemical divergence between two morphotypes of the zoanthid Parazoanthus axinellae
    AuthorCachet, Nadja
    AuthorGenta-Jouve, Grégory
    AuthorIvanisevic, Julijana
    AuthorChevaldonné, Pierre
    AuthorSinniger, Frédéric
    AuthorCulioli, Gérald
    AuthorPérez, Thierry
    AuthorThomas, Olivier P.
    PublicationScientific Reports
    Volume5
    Pages8282
    Date2015-2-6
    DOI10.1038/srep08282
    ISSN2045-2322
    URLhttp://www.nature.com/articles/srep08282
    Accessed2015-12-12T18:41:35Z
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  • Calderwood, J., O'Connor, N. E. & Roberts, D. Effects of baited crab pots on cultivated mussel ( <i>Mytilus edulis</i> ) survival rates. ICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil 72, 1802-1810 (2015).
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    Version761
    TypeJournal Article
    TitleEffects of baited crab pots on cultivated mussel ( <i>Mytilus edulis</i> ) survival rates
    AuthorCalderwood, Julia
    AuthorO'Connor, Nessa E.
    AuthorRoberts, Dai
    PublicationICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil
    Volume72
    Issue6
    Pages1802-1810
    Date08/2015
    Languageen
    DOI10.1093/icesjms/fsv043
    ISSN1054-3139, 1095-9289
    URLhttps://academic.oup.com/icesjms/article-lookup/doi/10.1093/icesjms/fsv043
    Accessed2018-11-26T17:50:43Z
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  • Calderwood, J., O’Connor, N. E. & Roberts, D. The effects of transportation stress and barnacle fouling on predation rates of starfish (Asterias rubens) on mussels (Mytilus edulis). Aquaculture 444, 108-113 (2015).
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    Version761
    TypeJournal Article
    TitleThe effects of transportation stress and barnacle fouling on predation rates of starfish (Asterias rubens) on mussels (Mytilus edulis)
    AuthorCalderwood, Julia
    AuthorO’Connor, Nessa E.
    AuthorRoberts, Dai
    PublicationAquaculture
    Volume444
    Pages108-113
    Date07/2015
    Languageen
    DOI10.1016/j.aquaculture.2015.02.038
    ISSN00448486
    URLhttps://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0044848615001210
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  • Cevatoglu, M., et al. Gas migration pathways, controlling mechanisms and changes in sediment acoustic properties observed in a controlled sub-seabed CO 2 release experiment. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 38, 26-43 (2015).
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    TitleGas migration pathways, controlling mechanisms and changes in sediment acoustic properties observed in a controlled sub-seabed CO 2 release experiment
    AuthorCevatoglu, Melis
    AuthorBull, Jonathan M.
    AuthorVardy, Mark E.
    AuthorGernon, Thomas M.
    AuthorWright, Ian C.
    AuthorLong, David
    PublicationInternational Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control
    Volume38
    Pages26-43
    Date07/2015
    Languageen
    DOI10.1016/j.ijggc.2015.03.005
    ISSN17505836
    URLhttps://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S1750583615000845
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  • Chevaldonné, P., et al. Unexpected records of ‘deep-sea’ carnivorous sponges <i>Asbestopluma hypogea</i> in the shallow NE Atlantic shed light on new conservation issues. Marine Ecology 36, 475-484 (2015).
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    Version87
    TypeJournal Article
    TitleUnexpected records of ‘deep-sea’ carnivorous sponges <i>Asbestopluma hypogea</i> in the shallow NE Atlantic shed light on new conservation issues
    AuthorChevaldonné, Pierre
    AuthorPérez, Thierry
    AuthorCrouzet, Jean-Michel
    AuthorBay-Nouailhat, Wilfried
    AuthorBay-Nouailhat, Anne
    AuthorFourt, Maïa
    AuthorAlmón, Bruno
    AuthorPérez, Jacinto
    AuthorAguilar, Ricardo
    AuthorVacelet, Jean
    PublicationMarine Ecology
    Volume36
    Issue3
    Pages475-484
    Date09/2015
    Languageen
    DOI10.1111/maec.12155
    ISSN01739565
    URLhttp://doi.wiley.com/10.1111/maec.12155
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