Scientific diving supported articles (sorted by years)

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2013



  • Reynolds, D. J., et al. The potential of the marine bivalve mollusc <i>Glossus humanus</i> (L.) as a sclerochronological archive. The Holocene 23, 1711-1720 (2013).
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    TitleThe potential of the marine bivalve mollusc <i>Glossus humanus</i> (L.) as a sclerochronological archive
    AuthorReynolds, David J
    AuthorRichardson, Chris A
    AuthorScourse, James D
    AuthorButler, Paul G
    AuthorWanamaker, Alan D
    AuthorRidgway, Iain
    AuthorSayer, Martin DJ
    AuthorGulliver, Pauline
    PublicationThe Holocene
    Volume23
    Issue12
    Pages1711-1720
    Date12/2013
    Languageen
    DOI10.1177/0959683613505335
    ISSN0959-6836, 1477-0911
    URLhttp://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/0959683613505335
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  • Sayer, M. D. J., et al. Managing scientific diving operations in a remote location: the Canadian high Arctic. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine 43, 239-243 (2013).
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    TitleManaging scientific diving operations in a remote location: the Canadian high Arctic
    AuthorSayer, Martin D. J.
    AuthorKüpper, Frithjof C.
    Authorvan West, Pieter
    AuthorWilson, Colin M.
    AuthorBrown, Hugh
    AuthorAzzopardi, Elaine
    AbstractGlobal climate change is expected to alter the Arctic bioregion markedly in coming decades. As a result, monitoring of the expected and actual changes has assumed high scientific significance. Many marine science objectives are best supported with the use of scientific diving techniques. Some important keystone environments are located in extremely remote locations where land-based expeditions offer high flexibility and cost-effectiveness over ship-based operations. However, the extreme remoteness of some of these locations, coupled with complex and unreliable land, sea and air communications, means that there is rarely quick access (< 48 h) to any specialized diving medical intervention or recompression. In 2009, a land based expedition to the north end of Baffin Island was undertaken with the specific aim of establishing an inventory of the diversity of seaweeds and their pathogens that was broadly representative of a high Arctic marine environment. This account highlights some of the logistical considerations taken on that expedition; specifically it outlines the non-recompression treatment pathway that would have been adopted in the event of a diver suffering decompression illness.
    PublicationDiving and Hyperbaric Medicine
    Volume43
    Issue4
    Pages239-243
    DateDec 2013
    Journal AbbrDiving Hyperb Med
    Languageeng
    ISSN1833-3516
    Short TitleManaging scientific diving operations in a remote location
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    ExtraPMID: 24510334
    TagsArctic Regions · Canada · Decompression · Decompression Sickness · Diving · Expeditions · Humans · Scientific diving · Seaweed · Transportation of Patients · decompression illness · first aid · injuries · medical kits · oxygen · remote locations
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  • Teal, L. R., Parker, E. R. & Solan, M. Coupling bioturbation activity to metal (Fe and Mn) profiles in situ. Biogeosciences 10, 2365-2378 (2013).
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    TitleCoupling bioturbation activity to metal (Fe and Mn) profiles in situ
    AuthorTeal, L. R.
    AuthorParker, E. R.
    AuthorSolan, M.
    PublicationBiogeosciences
    Volume10
    Issue4
    Pages2365-2378
    Date2013-04-10
    Languageen
    DOI10.5194/bg-10-2365-2013
    ISSN1726-4189
    URLhttps://www.biogeosciences.net/10/2365/2013/
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  • Weber, A. A. - T., Dupont, S. & Chenuil, A. Thermotolerance and regeneration in the brittle star species complex Ophioderma longicauda: A preliminary study comparing lineages and Mediterranean basins. Comptes Rendus Biologies 336, 572-581 (2013).
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    TitleThermotolerance and regeneration in the brittle star species complex Ophioderma longicauda: A preliminary study comparing lineages and Mediterranean basins
    AuthorWeber, Alexandra Anh-Thu
    AuthorDupont, Sam
    AuthorChenuil, Anne
    PublicationComptes Rendus Biologies
    Volume336
    Issue11-12
    Pages572-581
    Date11/2013
    Languageen
    DOI10.1016/j.crvi.2013.10.004
    ISSN16310691
    Short TitleThermotolerance and regeneration in the brittle star species complex Ophioderma longicauda
    URLhttp://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S1631069113001996
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  • Wehkamp, S. & Fischer, P. Impact of hard-bottom substrata on the small-scale distribution of fish and decapods in shallow subtidal temperate waters. Helgoland Marine Research 67, 59-72 (2013).
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    TitleImpact of hard-bottom substrata on the small-scale distribution of fish and decapods in shallow subtidal temperate waters
    AuthorWehkamp, Stephanie
    AuthorFischer, Philipp
    PublicationHelgoland Marine Research
    Volume67
    Issue1
    Pages59-72
    Date3/2013
    Languageen
    DOI10.1007/s10152-012-0304-5
    ISSN1438-387X, 1438-3888
    URLhttp://link.springer.com/10.1007/s10152-012-0304-5
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  • Wehkamp, S. & Fischer, P. The impact of coastal defence structures (tetrapods) on decapod crustaceans in the southern North Sea. Marine Environmental Research 92, 52-60 (2013).
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    TitleThe impact of coastal defence structures (tetrapods) on decapod crustaceans in the southern North Sea
    AuthorWehkamp, Stephanie
    AuthorFischer, Philipp
    PublicationMarine Environmental Research
    Volume92
    Pages52-60
    Date12/2013
    Languageen
    DOI10.1016/j.marenvres.2013.08.011
    ISSN01411136
    URLhttps://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0141113613001451
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  • Wehkamp, S. & Fischer, P. Impact of coastal defence structures (tetrapods) on a demersal hard-bottom fish community in the southern North Sea. Marine Environmental Research 83, 82-92 (2013).
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    AuthorWehkamp, Stephanie
    AuthorFischer, Philipp
    PublicationMarine Environmental Research
    Volume83
    Pages82-92
    Date2/2013
    Languageen
    DOI10.1016/j.marenvres.2012.10.013
    ISSN01411136
    URLhttps://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0141113612002097
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  • Wehkamp, S. & Fischer, P. Impact of coastal defence structures (tetrapods) on a demersal hard-bottom fish community in the southern North Sea. Marine Environmental Research 83, 82-92 (2013).
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    AuthorWehkamp, Stephanie
    AuthorFischer, Philipp
    PublicationMarine Environmental Research
    Volume83
    Pages82-92
    Date2/2013
    Languageen
    DOI10.1016/j.marenvres.2012.10.013
    ISSN01411136
    URLhttps://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0141113612002097
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2012



  • Barthélémy, A. & Coulange, M. Médecine de plongée. Science & Sports 27, 122-130 (2012).
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    TitleMédecine de plongée
    AuthorBarthélémy, Alain
    AuthorCoulange, Mathieu
    AbstractRésumé - Lors de l’immersion, les contraintes environnementales induisent chez l’individu un certain nombre de modifications physiologiques liées en majeure partie à la compressibilité des gaz, à leur dissolution et à leur toxicité. Ces phénomènes sont à la base des mécanismes physiopathologiques des accidents pouvant survenir en scaphandre autonome et en apnée. Les accidents de plongée sous-marine se caractérisent par leur polymorphisme. Certains peuvent mettre en jeu le pronostic vital ou laissent subsister un handicap fonctionnel important. On distingue les accidents neurologiques de désaturation, les barotraumatismes de la sphère ORL, digestifs et pulmonaires, les oedèmes pulmonaires d’immersion et les accidents biochimiques. Summary - During the immersion, environmental requirements induce at the individual a certain number of physiological modifications largely due to the compressibility of gases, to their dissolution and to their toxicity. These phenomenons are at the basis of the pathophysiological mechanisms of the accidents, which can occur in scuba and breath-hold diving. The diving accidents are characterized by their polymorphism. Some can be life-threatening or let remain an important functional handicap. There are neurological decompression accidents, barotraumas of ENT sphere, of digestive tract and lung, immersion pulmonary edemas and biochemical accidents.
    PublicationScience & Sports
    Volume27
    Issue2
    Pages122-130
    Date4/2012
    Languagefr
    DOI10.1016/j.scispo.2012.02.001
    ISSN07651597
    URLhttp://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0765159712000251
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  • Dardeau, M. R., Pollock, N. W., McDonald, C. M. & Lang, M. A. The incidence of decompression illness in 10 years of scientific diving. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine 42, 195-200 (2012).
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    TitleThe incidence of decompression illness in 10 years of scientific diving
    AuthorDardeau, Michael R.
    AuthorPollock, Neal W.
    AuthorMcDonald, Christian M.
    AuthorLang, Michael A.
    AbstractBACKGROUND: The American Academy of Underwater Science (AAUS) constitutes the single largest pool of organizations with scientific diving programmes in North America. Members submit annual summaries of diving activity and any related incidents. METHODS: All diving records for a 10-year period between January 1998 and December 2007 were reviewed. Incidents were independently classified or reclassified by a four-person panel with expertise in scientific diving and diving safety using a previously published protocol. Subsequent panel discussion produced a single consensus classification of each case. RESULTS: A total of 95 confirmed incidents were reported in conjunction with 1,019,159 scientific dives, yielding an overall incidence of 0.93/10,000 person-dives. A total of 33 cases were determined to involve decompression illness (DCI), encompassing both decompression sickness and air embolism. The incidence of DCI was 0.324/10,000 person-dives, substantially lower than the rates of 0.9-35.3/10,000 published for recreational, instructional/guided, commercial and/or military diving. CONCLUSIONS: Scientific diving safety may be facilitated by a combination of relatively high levels of training and oversight, the predominance of shallow, no-decompression diving and, possibly, low pressure to complete dives under less than optimal circumstances.
    PublicationDiving and Hyperbaric Medicine
    Volume42
    Issue4
    Pages195-200
    DateDec 2012
    Journal AbbrDiving Hyperb Med
    Languageeng
    ISSN1833-3516
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    ExtraPMID: 23258455
    TagsDecompression Sickness · Diving · Embolism, Air · Humans · Incidence · Occupational Injuries · Research · Safety · Societies · United States
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  • Dardeau, M. R., Pollock, N. W., McDonald, C. M. & Lang, M. A. The incidence of decompression illness in 10 years of scientific diving. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine 42, 195-200 (2012).
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    TitleThe incidence of decompression illness in 10 years of scientific diving
    AuthorDardeau, Michael R.
    AuthorPollock, Neal W.
    AuthorMcDonald, Christian M.
    AuthorLang, Michael A.
    AbstractBACKGROUND: The American Academy of Underwater Science (AAUS) constitutes the single largest pool of organizations with scientific diving programmes in North America. Members submit annual summaries of diving activity and any related incidents. METHODS: All diving records for a 10-year period between January 1998 and December 2007 were reviewed. Incidents were independently classified or reclassified by a four-person panel with expertise in scientific diving and diving safety using a previously published protocol. Subsequent panel discussion produced a single consensus classification of each case. RESULTS: A total of 95 confirmed incidents were reported in conjunction with 1,019,159 scientific dives, yielding an overall incidence of 0.93/10,000 person-dives. A total of 33 cases were determined to involve decompression illness (DCI), encompassing both decompression sickness and air embolism. The incidence of DCI was 0.324/10,000 person-dives, substantially lower than the rates of 0.9-35.3/10,000 published for recreational, instructional/guided, commercial and/or military diving. CONCLUSIONS: Scientific diving safety may be facilitated by a combination of relatively high levels of training and oversight, the predominance of shallow, no-decompression diving and, possibly, low pressure to complete dives under less than optimal circumstances.
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    Volume42
    Issue4
    Pages195-200
    DateDec 2012
    Journal AbbrDiving Hyperb Med
    Languageeng
    ISSN1833-3516
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    ExtraPMID: 23258455
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  • Díaz, A., et al. Restricted geographic distribution and low genetic diversity of the brooding sea urchin Abatus agassizii (Spatangoidea: Schizasteridae) in the South Shetland Islands: A bridgehead population before the spread to the northern Antarctic Peninsula? Revista chilena de historia natural 85, 457-468 (2012).
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    TitleRestricted geographic distribution and low genetic diversity of the brooding sea urchin Abatus agassizii (Spatangoidea: Schizasteridae) in the South Shetland Islands: A bridgehead population before the spread to the northern Antarctic Peninsula?
    AuthorDíaz, Angie
    AuthorGonzáLez-Wevar, Claudio Alejandro
    AuthorMaturana, Claudia S
    AuthorPalma, Alvaro T
    AuthorPoulin, Elie
    AuthorGerard, Karin
    PublicationRevista chilena de historia natural
    Volume85
    Issue4
    Pages457-468
    Date12/2012
    Languageen
    DOI10.4067/S0716-078X2012000400008
    ISSN0716-078X
    Short TitleRestricted geographic distribution and low genetic diversity of the brooding sea urchin Abatus agassizii (Spatangoidea
    URLhttp://www.scielo.cl/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0716-078X2012000400008&lng=en&nrm=iso&tlng=en
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  • Fernandez, C., Ferrat, L., Pergent, G. & Pasqualini, V. Sea urchin–seagrasses interactions: trophic links in a benthic ecosystem from a coastal lagoon. Hydrobiologia 699, 21-33 (2012).
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    TitleSea urchin–seagrasses interactions: trophic links in a benthic ecosystem from a coastal lagoon
    AuthorFernandez, Catherine
    AuthorFerrat, Lila
    AuthorPergent, Gérard
    AuthorPasqualini, Vanina
    PublicationHydrobiologia
    Volume699
    Issue1
    Pages21-33
    Date12/2012
    Languageen
    DOI10.1007/s10750-012-1151-8
    ISSN0018-8158, 1573-5117
    Short TitleSea urchin–seagrasses interactions
    URLhttp://link.springer.com/10.1007/s10750-012-1151-8
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  • Festa, C., et al. Plakilactones from the Marine Sponge <i>Plakinastrella mamillaris</i> . Discovery of a New Class of Marine Ligands of Peroxisome Proliferator-Activated Receptor γ. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 55, 8303-8317 (2012).
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    TitlePlakilactones from the Marine Sponge <i>Plakinastrella mamillaris</i> . Discovery of a New Class of Marine Ligands of Peroxisome Proliferator-Activated Receptor γ
    AuthorFesta, Carmen
    AuthorLauro, Gianluigi
    AuthorDe Marino, Simona
    AuthorD’Auria, Maria Valeria
    AuthorMonti, Maria Chiara
    AuthorCasapullo, Agostino
    AuthorD’Amore, Claudio
    AuthorRenga, Barbara
    AuthorMencarelli, Andrea
    AuthorPetek, Sylvain
    AuthorBifulco, Giuseppe
    AuthorFiorucci, Stefano
    AuthorZampella, Angela
    PublicationJournal of Medicinal Chemistry
    Volume55
    Issue19
    Pages8303-8317
    Date2012-10-11
    Languageen
    DOI10.1021/jm300911g
    ISSN0022-2623, 1520-4804
    URLhttp://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/jm300911g
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  • Johnson, V. R., Russell, B. D., Fabricius, K. E., Brownlee, C. & Hall-Spencer, J. M. Temperate and tropical brown macroalgae thrive, despite decalcification, along natural CO <sub>2</sub> gradients. Global Change Biology 18, 2792-2803 (2012).
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    TitleTemperate and tropical brown macroalgae thrive, despite decalcification, along natural CO <sub>2</sub> gradients
    AuthorJohnson, Vivienne R.
    AuthorRussell, Bayden D.
    AuthorFabricius, Katharina E.
    AuthorBrownlee, Colin
    AuthorHall-Spencer, Jason M.
    PublicationGlobal Change Biology
    Volume18
    Issue9
    Pages2792-2803
    Date09/2012
    Languageen
    DOI10.1111/j.1365-2486.2012.02716.x
    ISSN13541013
    URLhttp://doi.wiley.com/10.1111/j.1365-2486.2012.02716.x
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  • Kortsch, S., et al. Climate-driven regime shifts in Arctic marine benthos. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109, 14052-14057 (2012).
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    TitleClimate-driven regime shifts in Arctic marine benthos
    AuthorKortsch, S.
    AuthorPrimicerio, R.
    AuthorBeuchel, F.
    AuthorRenaud, P. E.
    AuthorRodrigues, J.
    AuthorLonne, O. J.
    AuthorGulliksen, B.
    PublicationProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
    Volume109
    Issue35
    Pages14052-14057
    Date2012-08-28
    Languageen
    DOI10.1073/pnas.1207509109
    ISSN0027-8424, 1091-6490
    URLhttp://www.pnas.org/cgi/doi/10.1073/pnas.1207509109
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  • Kroeker, K. J., Micheli, F. & Gambi, M. C. Ocean acidification causes ecosystem shifts via altered competitive interactions. Nature Climate Change 3, 156-159 (2012).
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    TitleOcean acidification causes ecosystem shifts via altered competitive interactions
    AuthorKroeker, Kristy J.
    AuthorMicheli, Fiorenza
    AuthorGambi, Maria Cristina
    PublicationNature Climate Change
    Volume3
    Issue2
    Pages156-159
    Date2012-9-9
    DOI10.1038/nclimate1680
    ISSN1758-678X, 1758-6798
    URLhttp://www.nature.com/doifinder/10.1038/nclimate1680
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  • Ledoux, J. - B., et al. Fine-scale spatial genetic structure in the brooding sea urchin Abatus cordatus suggests vulnerability of the Southern Ocean marine invertebrates facing global change. Polar Biology 35, 611-623 (2012).
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    TitleFine-scale spatial genetic structure in the brooding sea urchin Abatus cordatus suggests vulnerability of the Southern Ocean marine invertebrates facing global change
    AuthorLedoux, Jean-Baptiste
    AuthorTarnowska, Katarzina
    AuthorGérard, Karin
    AuthorLhuillier, Emeline
    AuthorJacquemin, Bertrand
    AuthorWeydmann, Agata
    AuthorFéral, Jean-Pierre
    AuthorChenuil, Anne
    AbstractThe Southern Ocean benthic communities are characterized by their levels of endemism and their diversity of invertebrate brooding species. Overall, biological processes acting within these species remain poorly understood despite their importance to understand impacts of ongoing global change. We take part in filling this gap by studying the genetic structure over different spatial scales (from centimeters to tens of kilometers) in Abatus cordatus, an endemic and brooding sea urchin from the Kerguelen Islands. We developed three microsatellites and two exon-primed intron crossing markers and conducted a two-scale sampling scheme (from individuals to patches) within two dense localities of Abatus cordatus. Between patches, all pairwise comparisons, covering distances from few meters (between patches within locality) to 25 km (between localities), revealed significant genetic differentiation, a higher proportion of the molecular variance being explained by the comparisons between localities than within localities, in agreement with an isolation by distance model. Within patches, we found no significant correlation between individual pairwise spatial and genetic distances, except for the most polymorphic locus in the patch where the largest range of geographical distances had been analyzed. This study provides an estimation of the dispersal capacities of Abatus cordatus and highlights its low recolonization ability. Similar low recolonization capacities are thus expected in other Antarctic and Subantarctic brooding invertebrate species and suggest a high vulnerability of these species facing global change.
    PublicationPolar Biology
    Volume35
    Issue4
    Pages611-623
    Date4/2012
    Languageen
    DOI10.1007/s00300-011-1106-y
    ISSN0722-4060, 1432-2056
    URLhttp://link.springer.com/10.1007/s00300-011-1106-y
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  • Pinca, S., et al. Relative importance of habitat and fishing in influencing reef fish communities across seventeen Pacific Island Countries and Territories: Habitat and fishing in influencing reef fish communities. Fish and Fisheries 13, 361-379 (2012).
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    TitleRelative importance of habitat and fishing in influencing reef fish communities across seventeen Pacific Island Countries and Territories: Habitat and fishing in influencing reef fish communities
    AuthorPinca, S
    AuthorKronen, M
    AuthorMagron, F
    AuthorMcArdle, B
    AuthorVigliola, L
    AuthorKulbicki, M
    AuthorAndréfouët, S
    PublicationFish and Fisheries
    Volume13
    Issue4
    Pages361-379
    Date12/2012
    Languageen
    DOI10.1111/j.1467-2979.2011.00425.x
    ISSN14672960
    Short TitleRelative importance of habitat and fishing in influencing reef fish communities across seventeen Pacific Island Countries and Territories
    URLhttp://doi.wiley.com/10.1111/j.1467-2979.2011.00425.x
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  • Suggett, D. J., et al. Sea anemones may thrive in a high CO2 world. Global Change Biology 18, 3015-3025 (2012).
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    TitleSea anemones may thrive in a high CO2 world
    AuthorSuggett, David J.
    AuthorHall-Spencer, Jason M.
    AuthorRodolfo-Metalpa, Riccardo
    AuthorBoatman, Toby G.
    AuthorPayton, Ross
    AuthorTye Pettay, D.
    AuthorJohnson, Vivienne R.
    AuthorWarner, Mark E.
    AuthorLawson, Tracy
    PublicationGlobal Change Biology
    Volume18
    Issue10
    Pages3015-3025
    Date10/2012
    Languageen
    DOI10.1111/j.1365-2486.2012.02767.x
    ISSN13541013
    URLhttp://doi.wiley.com/10.1111/j.1365-2486.2012.02767.x
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  • Watson, S. - A., et al. Marine invertebrate skeleton size varies with latitude, temperature and carbonate saturation: implications for global change and ocean acidification. Global Change Biology 18, 3026-3038 (2012).
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    TitleMarine invertebrate skeleton size varies with latitude, temperature and carbonate saturation: implications for global change and ocean acidification
    AuthorWatson, Sue-Ann
    AuthorPeck, Lloyd S.
    AuthorTyler, Paul A.
    AuthorSouthgate, Paul C.
    AuthorTan, Koh Siang
    AuthorDay, Robert W.
    AuthorMorley, Simon A.
    PublicationGlobal Change Biology
    Volume18
    Issue10
    Pages3026-3038
    Date10/2012
    Languageen
    DOI10.1111/j.1365-2486.2012.02755.x
    ISSN13541013
    Short TitleMarine invertebrate skeleton size varies with latitude, temperature and carbonate saturation
    URLhttp://doi.wiley.com/10.1111/j.1365-2486.2012.02755.x
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  • Boissin, E., Stöhr, S. & Chenuil, A. Did vicariance and adaptation drive cryptic speciation and evolution of brooding in Ophioderma longicauda (Echinodermata: Ophiuroidea), a common Atlanto-Mediterranean ophiuroid?: OPHIODERMA LONGICAUDA SPECIES COMPLEX. Molecular Ecology 20, 4737-4755 (2011).
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    TypeJournal Article
    TitleDid vicariance and adaptation drive cryptic speciation and evolution of brooding in Ophioderma longicauda (Echinodermata: Ophiuroidea), a common Atlanto-Mediterranean ophiuroid?: OPHIODERMA LONGICAUDA SPECIES COMPLEX
    AuthorBoissin, Emilie
    AuthorStöhr, Sabine
    AuthorChenuil, Anne
    PublicationMolecular Ecology
    Volume20
    Issue22
    Pages4737-4755
    Date11/2011
    Languageen
    DOI10.1111/j.1365-294X.2011.05309.x
    ISSN09621083
    Short TitleDid vicariance and adaptation drive cryptic speciation and evolution of brooding in Ophioderma longicauda (Echinodermata
    URLhttp://doi.wiley.com/10.1111/j.1365-294X.2011.05309.x
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  • Dailianis, T., Tsigenopoulos, C. S., Dounas, C. & Voultsiadou, E. Genetic diversity of the imperilled bath sponge Spongia officinalis Linnaeus, 1759 across the Mediterranean Sea: patterns of population differentiation and implications for taxonomy and conservation: GENETIC DIVERSITY OF SPONGIA OFFICINALIS. Molecular Ecology 20, 3757-3772 (2011).
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    TypeJournal Article
    TitleGenetic diversity of the imperilled bath sponge Spongia officinalis Linnaeus, 1759 across the Mediterranean Sea: patterns of population differentiation and implications for taxonomy and conservation: GENETIC DIVERSITY OF SPONGIA OFFICINALIS
    AuthorDailianis, T.
    AuthorTsigenopoulos, C. S.
    AuthorDounas, C.
    AuthorVoultsiadou, E.
    PublicationMolecular Ecology
    Volume20
    Issue18
    Pages3757-3772
    Date09/2011
    Languageen
    DOI10.1111/j.1365-294X.2011.05222.x
    ISSN09621083
    Short TitleGenetic diversity of the imperilled bath sponge Spongia officinalis Linnaeus, 1759 across the Mediterranean Sea
    URLhttp://doi.wiley.com/10.1111/j.1365-294X.2011.05222.x
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  • De Marino, S., et al. Theonellasterols and Conicasterols from <i>Theonella swinhoei</i> . Novel Marine Natural Ligands for Human Nuclear Receptors. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 54, 3065-3075 (2011).
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    TypeJournal Article
    TitleTheonellasterols and Conicasterols from <i>Theonella swinhoei</i> . Novel Marine Natural Ligands for Human Nuclear Receptors
    AuthorDe Marino, Simona
    AuthorUmmarino, Raffaella
    AuthorD’Auria, Maria Valeria
    AuthorChini, Maria Giovanna
    AuthorBifulco, Giuseppe
    AuthorRenga, Barbara
    AuthorD’Amore, Claudio
    AuthorFiorucci, Stefano
    AuthorDebitus, Cécile
    AuthorZampella, Angela
    PublicationJournal of Medicinal Chemistry
    Volume54
    Issue8
    Pages3065-3075
    Date2011-04-28
    Languageen
    DOI10.1021/jm200169t
    ISSN0022-2623, 1520-4804
    URLhttp://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/jm200169t
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  • Díaz, A., Féral, J. - P., David, B., Saucède, T. & Poulin, E. Evolutionary pathways among shallow and deep-sea echinoids of the genus Sterechinus in the Southern Ocean. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 58, 205-211 (2011).
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    TitleEvolutionary pathways among shallow and deep-sea echinoids of the genus Sterechinus in the Southern Ocean
    AuthorDíaz, Angie
    AuthorFéral, Jean-Pierre
    AuthorDavid, Bruno
    AuthorSaucède, Thomas
    AuthorPoulin, Elie
    AbstractAntarctica is structured by a narrow and deep continental shelf that sustains a remarkable number of benthic species. The origin of these species and their affinities with the deep-sea fauna that borders the continent shelf are not clear. To date, two main hypotheses have been considered to account for the evolutionary connection between the faunas: (1) either shallow taxa moved down to deep waters (submergence) or (2) deep-sea taxa colonized the continental shelf (emergence). The regular sea urchin genus Sterechinus is a good model to explore the evolutionary relationships among these faunas because its five nominal species include Antarctic and Subantarctic distributions and different bathymetric ranges. Phylogenetic relationships and divergence times among Sterechinus species were established using the COI mitochondrial gene by assuming a molecular clock hypothesis. The results showed the existence of two genetically distinct main groups. The first corresponds exclusively to the shallow-water Antarctic species S. neumayeri, while the second includes all the other nominal species, either deep or shallow, Antarctic or Subantarctic. Within the latter group, S. dentifer specimens all formed amonophyletic cluster, slightly divergent from all other specimens, which were mixed in a second cluster that included S. agassizi from the continental shelf of Argentina, S. diadema from the Kerguelen Plateau and S. antarcticus from the deep Antarctic shelf. These results suggest that the deeper-water species S. dentifer and S. antarcticus are more closely related to Subantarctic species than to the shallow Antarctic species S. neumayeri. Thus, for this genus, neither the submergence nor emergence scenario explains the relationships between Antarctic and deep-sea benthos. At least in the Weddell quadrant, the observed genetic pattern suggests an initial separation between Antarctic and Subantarctic shallow species, and a much later colonization of deep water from the Subantarctic region, probably promoted by the geomorphology of the Scotia Arc.
    PublicationDeep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography
    Volume58
    Issue1-2
    Pages205-211
    Date1/2011
    Languageen
    DOI10.1016/j.dsr2.2010.10.012
    ISSN09670645
    URLhttp://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0967064510002900
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  • Féral, J. - P. & Poulin, E.The Kerguelen Plateau, Marine Ecosystem and Fisheries 151-156 (Société Française d'Ichtyologie, 2011).
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    TitleKerguelen Isalnds: a living laboratory to understand the benthic biodiversity of the Antarctic.
    AuthorFéral, Jean-Pierre
    AuthorPoulin, Elie
    Book TitleThe Kerguelen Plateau, Marine Ecosystem and Fisheries
    PublisherSociété Française d'Ichtyologie
    Date2011
    Pages151-156
    LanguageEnglish
    ISBN2-9514628-6-7
    URL
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  • Festa, C., et al. Solomonsterols A and B from <i>Theonella swinhoei</i> . The First Example of C-24 and C-23 Sulfated Sterols from a Marine Source Endowed with a PXR Agonistic Activity. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 54, 401-405 (2011).
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    TitleSolomonsterols A and B from <i>Theonella swinhoei</i> . The First Example of C-24 and C-23 Sulfated Sterols from a Marine Source Endowed with a PXR Agonistic Activity
    AuthorFesta, Carmen
    AuthorDe Marino, Simona
    AuthorD’Auria, Maria Valeria
    AuthorBifulco, Giuseppe
    AuthorRenga, Barbara
    AuthorFiorucci, Stefano
    AuthorPetek, Sylvain
    AuthorZampella, Angela
    PublicationJournal of Medicinal Chemistry
    Volume54
    Issue1
    Pages401-405
    Date2011-01-13
    Languageen
    DOI10.1021/jm100968b
    ISSN0022-2623, 1520-4804
    URLhttp://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/jm100968b
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  • Festa, C., et al. Solomonamides A and B, New Anti-inflammatory Peptides from <i>Theonella swinhoei</i>. Organic Letters 13, 1532-1535 (2011).
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    TitleSolomonamides A and B, New Anti-inflammatory Peptides from <i>Theonella swinhoei</i>
    AuthorFesta, Carmen
    AuthorDe Marino, Simona
    AuthorSepe, Valentina
    AuthorD’Auria, Maria Valeria
    AuthorBifulco, Giuseppe
    AuthorDébitus, Cecile
    AuthorBucci, Mariarosaria
    AuthorVellecco, Valentina
    AuthorZampella, Angela
    PublicationOrganic Letters
    Volume13
    Issue6
    Pages1532-1535
    Date2011-03-18
    Languageen
    DOI10.1021/ol200221n
    ISSN1523-7060, 1523-7052
    URLhttp://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/ol200221n
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  • Graham, N. A. J., et al. Extinction vulnerability of coral reef fishes: Reef fish extinction vulnerability. Ecology Letters 14, 341-348 (2011).
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    TypeJournal Article
    TitleExtinction vulnerability of coral reef fishes: Reef fish extinction vulnerability
    AuthorGraham, Nicholas A. J.
    AuthorChabanet, Pascale
    AuthorEvans, Richard D.
    AuthorJennings, Simon
    AuthorLetourneur, Yves
    AuthorAaron MacNeil, M.
    AuthorMcClanahan, Tim R.
    AuthorÖhman, Marcus C.
    AuthorPolunin, Nicholas V. C.
    AuthorWilson, Shaun K.
    PublicationEcology Letters
    Volume14
    Issue4
    Pages341-348
    Date04/2011
    Languageen
    DOI10.1111/j.1461-0248.2011.01592.x
    ISSN1461023X
    Short TitleExtinction vulnerability of coral reef fishes
    URLhttp://doi.wiley.com/10.1111/j.1461-0248.2011.01592.x
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  • Heine, J. N. Scientific Diving Techniques: A Practical Guide for the Research Diver. (Best Publishing Company, 2011).
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    TitleScientific Diving Techniques: A Practical Guide for the Research Diver
    AuthorHeine, John N.
    AbstractThis newly updated and revised second edition of John Heine's Scientific Diving Techniques covers the details of research methods underwater. Included are general scientific diving guidelines, an overview of aquatic habits and ecosystems, specialized diving equipment and procedures, locating and marking study sites, archaeology, measuring physical and biological factors, underwater experimentation and underwater photographing and videography for the scientist. There are over 500 references to original scientific techniques. Also included are training exercises to aid Diving Safety Officers in training scientific divers.
    EditionSecond edition
    PlacePalm Beach Gardens, FL
    PublisherBest Publishing Company
    DateSeptember 1, 2011
    # of Pages232
    LanguageEnglish
    ISBN978-1-930536-68-5
    Short TitleScientific Diving Techniques
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  • Kroeker, K. J., Micheli, F., Gambi, M. C. & Martz, T. R. Divergent ecosystem responses within a benthic marine community to ocean acidification. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108, 14515-14520 (2011).
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    TitleDivergent ecosystem responses within a benthic marine community to ocean acidification
    AuthorKroeker, K. J.
    AuthorMicheli, F.
    AuthorGambi, M. C.
    AuthorMartz, T. R.
    PublicationProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
    Volume108
    Issue35
    Pages14515-14520
    Date2011-08-30
    Languageen
    DOI10.1073/pnas.1107789108
    ISSN0027-8424, 1091-6490
    URLhttp://www.pnas.org/cgi/doi/10.1073/pnas.1107789108
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  • Lo-Yat, A., et al. Extreme climatic events reduce ocean productivity and larval supply in a tropical reef ecosystem: ENSO AND LARVAL RECRUITMENT. Global Change Biology 17, 1695-1702 (2011).
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    TypeJournal Article
    TitleExtreme climatic events reduce ocean productivity and larval supply in a tropical reef ecosystem: ENSO AND LARVAL RECRUITMENT
    AuthorLo-Yat, Alain
    AuthorSimpson, Stephen D.
    AuthorMeekan, Mark
    AuthorLecchini, David
    AuthorMartinez, Elodie
    AuthorGalzin, René
    PublicationGlobal Change Biology
    Volume17
    Issue4
    Pages1695-1702
    Date04/2011
    Languageen
    DOI10.1111/j.1365-2486.2010.02355.x
    ISSN13541013
    Short TitleExtreme climatic events reduce ocean productivity and larval supply in a tropical reef ecosystem
    URLhttp://doi.wiley.com/10.1111/j.1365-2486.2010.02355.x
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  • Mokhtar-Jamaï, K., et al. From global to local genetic structuring in the red gorgonian Paramuricea clavata: the interplay between oceanographic conditions and limited larval dispersal: GENETIC STRUCTURING IN THE RED GORGONIAN. Molecular Ecology 20, 3291-3305 (2011).
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    TitleFrom global to local genetic structuring in the red gorgonian Paramuricea clavata: the interplay between oceanographic conditions and limited larval dispersal: GENETIC STRUCTURING IN THE RED GORGONIAN
    AuthorMokhtar-Jamaï, Kenza
    AuthorPascual, M.
    AuthorLedoux, Jean-Baptiste
    AuthorComa, Rafael
    AuthorFéral, Jean-Pierre
    AuthorGarrabou, Joaquim
    AuthorAurelle, Didier
    PublicationMolecular Ecology
    Volume20
    Issue16
    Pages3291-3305
    Date08/2011
    Languageen
    DOI10.1111/j.1365-294X.2011.05176.x
    ISSN09621083
    Short TitleFrom global to local genetic structuring in the red gorgonian Paramuricea clavata
    URLhttp://doi.wiley.com/10.1111/j.1365-294X.2011.05176.x
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  • Mora, C., et al. Global Human Footprint on the Linkage between Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning in Reef Fishes. PLoS Biology 9, e1000606 (2011).
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    TypeJournal Article
    TitleGlobal Human Footprint on the Linkage between Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning in Reef Fishes
    AuthorMora, Camilo
    AuthorAburto-Oropeza, Octavio
    AuthorAyala Bocos, Arturo
    AuthorAyotte, Paula M.
    AuthorBanks, Stuart
    AuthorBauman, Andrew G.
    AuthorBeger, Maria
    AuthorBessudo, Sandra
    AuthorBooth, David J.
    AuthorBrokovich, Eran
    AuthorBrooks, Andrew
    AuthorChabanet, Pascale
    AuthorCinner, Joshua E.
    AuthorCortés, Jorge
    AuthorCruz-Motta, Juan J.
    AuthorCupul Magaña, Amilcar
    AuthorDeMartini, Edward E.
    AuthorEdgar, Graham J.
    AuthorFeary, David A.
    AuthorFerse, Sebastian C. A.
    AuthorFriedlander, Alan M.
    AuthorGaston, Kevin J.
    AuthorGough, Charlotte
    AuthorGraham, Nicholas A. J.
    AuthorGreen, Alison
    AuthorGuzman, Hector
    AuthorHardt, Marah
    AuthorKulbicki, Michel
    AuthorLetourneur, Yves
    AuthorLópez Pérez, Andres
    AuthorLoreau, Michel
    AuthorLoya, Yossi
    AuthorMartinez, Camilo
    AuthorMascareñas-Osorio, Ismael
    AuthorMorove, Tau
    AuthorNadon, Marc-Olivier
    AuthorNakamura, Yohei
    AuthorParedes, Gustavo
    AuthorPolunin, Nicholas V. C.
    AuthorPratchett, Morgan S.
    AuthorReyes Bonilla, Héctor
    AuthorRivera, Fernando
    AuthorSala, Enric
    AuthorSandin, Stuart A.
    AuthorSoler, German
    AuthorStuart-Smith, Rick
    AuthorTessier, Emmanuel
    AuthorTittensor, Derek P.
    AuthorTupper, Mark
    AuthorUsseglio, Paolo
    AuthorVigliola, Laurent
    AuthorWantiez, Laurent
    AuthorWilliams, Ivor
    AuthorWilson, Shaun K.
    AuthorZapata, Fernando A.
    EditorEllner, Steve P.
    PublicationPLoS Biology
    Volume9
    Issue4
    Pagese1000606
    Date2011-4-5
    Languageen
    DOI10.1371/journal.pbio.1000606
    ISSN1545-7885
    URLhttp://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pbio.1000606
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  • Rodolfo-Metalpa, R., et al. Coral and mollusc resistance to ocean acidification adversely affected by warming. Nature Climate Change 1, 308-312 (2011).
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    TypeJournal Article
    TitleCoral and mollusc resistance to ocean acidification adversely affected by warming
    AuthorRodolfo-Metalpa, R.
    AuthorHoulbrèque, F.
    AuthorTambutté, é.
    AuthorBoisson, F.
    AuthorBaggini, C.
    AuthorPatti, F. P.
    AuthorJeffree, R.
    AuthorFine, M.
    AuthorFoggo, A.
    AuthorGattuso, J-P.
    AuthorHall-Spencer, J. M.
    PublicationNature Climate Change
    Volume1
    Issue6
    Pages308-312
    Date2011-8-21
    DOI10.1038/nclimate1200
    ISSN1758-678X, 1758-6798
    URLhttp://www.nature.com/doifinder/10.1038/nclimate1200
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  • Verbruggen, H. & Tribollet, A. Boring algae. Current Biology 21, R876-R877 (2011).
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    TypeJournal Article
    TitleBoring algae
    AuthorVerbruggen, Heroen
    AuthorTribollet, Aline
    PublicationCurrent Biology
    Volume21
    Issue21
    PagesR876-R877
    Date11/2011
    Languageen
    DOI10.1016/j.cub.2011.09.014
    ISSN09609822
    URLhttp://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0960982211010165
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  • Winner, C. & Madin, K. Scientific Diving: The Benefits of Being There : Oceanus Magazine. Oceanus magazine (2011).at
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    Version450
    TypeMagazine Article
    TitleScientific Diving: The Benefits of Being There : Oceanus Magazine
    AuthorWinner, Cherie
    AuthorMadin, Kate
    PublicationOceanus magazine
    Date30/06/2011
    LanguageEnglish
    URLhttp://www.whoi.edu/oceanus/feature/scientific-diving--the-benefits-of-being-there
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  • Féral, J. - P. The scientific diving challenge in Europe. Underwater Technology 29, 105-106 (2010).
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    TypeJournal Article
    TitleThe scientific diving challenge in Europe
    AuthorFéral, Jean-Pierre
    PublicationUnderwater Technology
    Volume29
    Issue3
    Pages105-106
    Date2010-11-01
    Languageen
    DOI10.3723/ut.29.105
    ISSN17560543, 17560551
    URLhttp://openurl.ingenta.com/content/xref?genre=article&issn=1756-0543&volume=29&issue=3&spage=105
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  • Kerckof, F., Rumes, B., Thierry, J., Degraer, S. & Norro, A. Early development of the subtidal marine biofouling on a concrete offshore windmill foundation on the Thornton Bank (southern North Sea): first monitoring results. International Journal of the Society for Underwater Technology 29, 137-149 (2010).
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    TitleEarly development of the subtidal marine biofouling on a concrete offshore windmill foundation on the Thornton Bank (southern North Sea): first monitoring results
    AuthorKerckof, Francis
    AuthorRumes, Bob
    AuthorThierry, Jacques
    AuthorDegraer, Steven
    AuthorNorro, Alain
    AbstractIn 2008 the building of a first windmill park some 30km off the Belgian North Sea coast began. Such offshore constructions represent a novel, artificial, hard substratum habitat on the Belgian continental shelf, where the sea-bottom consists mainly of sandy and muddy sediment. It is anticipated that in the coming years, several hundreds of offshore windmills will be constructed in a dedicated zone off the Belgian coast. SCUBA-based in situ techniques were used to document and sample the fouling assemblage on the hard substratum represented by the concrete foundations of the first windmills constructed in Belgian waters. Here this paper presents and discusses the results of the monitoring undertaken from February 2009 to February 2010. Despite the further offshore location and differences in substratum type, the preliminary results indicated that the overall structure of the marine biofouling assemblage at the Thornton Bank site is similar to that on the foundations of other offshore wind farms in Germany, Denmark and the Netherlands, as well as on other hard structures in the North Sea.
    PublicationInternational Journal of the Society for Underwater Technology
    Volume29
    Issue3
    Pages137-149
    Date2010
    LanguageEnglish
    DOI10.3723/ut.29.137
    URL
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  • Premke, K., Fischer, P., Hempel, M. & Rothhaupt, K. - O. Ecological studies on the decomposition rate of fish carcasses by benthic organisms in the littoral zone of Lake Constance, Germany. Annales de Limnologie - International Journal of Limnology 46, 157-168 (2010).
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    TitleEcological studies on the decomposition rate of fish carcasses by benthic organisms in the littoral zone of Lake Constance, Germany
    AuthorPremke, Katrin
    AuthorFischer, Philipp
    AuthorHempel, Melanie
    AuthorRothhaupt, Karl-Otto
    PublicationAnnales de Limnologie - International Journal of Limnology
    Volume46
    Issue3
    Pages157-168
    Date09/2010
    DOI10.1051/limn/2010017
    ISSN0003-4088, 2100-000X
    URLhttp://www.limnology-journal.org/10.1051/limn/2010017
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  • Sayer, M. D. G., Fischer, P. & Féral, J. - P. Scientific Diving in Europe: Integration, Representation and Promotion. Diving for SCience 2008 - Proceedings of the American Academy of Underwater Sciences 27th Symposium 139-146 (AAUS, 2008).at
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    Version636
    TypeConference Paper
    TitleScientific Diving in Europe: Integration, Representation and Promotion.
    AuthorSayer, Martin D. G.
    AuthorFischer, Philipp
    AuthorFéral, Jean-Pierre
    AbstractIn 2000, the European Union (EU) created the European Research Area with the intention of forming a unified area across Europe that would enable researchers to move and interact seamlessly based on a series of aligned working directives. The EU research network presently consists of 33 countries made up of the EU member states (27 countries) plus an additional 6 non-EU member countries that have associated status. The challenge for European scientific diving has been to integrate existing national programmes through a single organisational structure that supports the promotion of recognized diving standards within European science while advancing the wider acceptance of diving as a research tool. Since 2007, scientific diving in Europe has been overseen by the European Scientific Diving Committee that is based on the principle of promoting the European Scientific Diver and the Advanced European Scientific Diver competencies as the primary European scientific diving standards.
    Date2008
    Proceedings TitleDiving for SCience 2008 - Proceedings of the American Academy of Underwater Sciences 27th Symposium
    Conference NameDiving for Science 2008
    PlaceDauphin Island, AL, USA
    PublisherAAUS
    Pages139-146
    Languageen
    Short TitleScientific Diving in Europe
    URLarchive.rubicon-foundation.org/xmlui/handle/123456789/8017
    Accessed2017-05-08T08:54:56Z
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    Date Added2017-05-08T08:54:56Z
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2007


  • Sayer, M. D. J. & Forbes, R. The Assessment and Management of Risk in UK Scientific Diving at Work Operations. ResearchGate 1-23 (Godfrey JM, Pollock NW, 2007).at
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    Version309
    TypeConference Paper
    TitleThe Assessment and Management of Risk in UK Scientific Diving at Work Operations
    AuthorSayer, Martin D.J.
    AuthorForbes, Robert
    AbstractIn 1998 the United Kingdom Health and Safety Executive replaced a very prescriptive set of diving at work regulations with one that set minimum standards augmented through a series of risk assessment procedures. These assessments match the potential severity of outcome resulting from a particular hazard occurring against its likely occurrence in order to give a quantitative rating of risk. This account gives an overview of how risk management and risk assessment is integrated within the diving regulations presently governing UK scientific and archaeological diving at work operations. In addition it reviews the methods currently employed of assessing risk within diving operations and discusses methods of implementing those assessments to either modify or inform diving operations as a consequence. It also details some of the generic risks assessed for with the use of SCUBA and examines how the process of risk assessment in general is translated into effective methods for planning and executing diving operations. With a significant proportion of UK scientific diving projects being undertaken around the world, many of the aspects related to their planning will be common with operations undertaken by other diving sectors and nationalities.
    Date2007
    Proceedings TitleResearchGate
    Conference NameDiving for Science 2006.Proceeding of the American Academy of Underwater Sciences 25 th Symposium
    PlaceDauphin Island, AL
    PublisherGodfrey JM, Pollock NW
    Pages1-23
    LanguageEnglish
    URLhttp://archive.rubicon-foundation.org/xmlui/handle/123456789/8000
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2006


  • Broussolle, B., Meliet, J. - L. & Coulange, M. Physiologie & Médecine de la Plongée. (Ellipses Marketing, 2006).
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    Version322
    TypeBook
    TitlePhysiologie & Médecine de la Plongée
    AuthorBroussolle, Bernard
    AuthorMeliet, Jean-Louis
    AuthorCoulange, Mathieu
    AbstractMédecine et physiologie de la plongée est la 2e édition de l'ouvrage collectif coordonné par B. Broussolle, paru chez le même éditeur en 1992. Par rapport à la 1e édition, les articles ont été remaniés, et pour la plupart complètement réécrits pour tenir compte de l'évolution des connaissances et des techniques de plongée, aussi bien dans les domaines sportif que professionnel, civil que militaire. L'ouvrage a été coordonné pendant quatre ans par B. Broussolle et J.-L. Méliet, qui se sont adjoints un comité de rédaction composé de A. Barthélémy, E. Bergmann, E. Cantais, Ph. Cavenel, J. Corriol, B. Grandjean, M. Hugon, J. Regnard et J. C. Rostain. M. Coulange a été associé aux travaux pour finaliser la maquette et suivre l'édition. Qu'ils en soient tous remerciés. Ce livre tente de dresser le tableau le plus complet des connaissances dans chaque discipline, avec deux principales parties : la physiologie et l'adaptation des principales fonctions soumises aux conditions très spécifiques du milieu aqueuxhyperbare ; la médecine, avec l'étude des accidents (barotraumatismes, accidents toxiques, accidents de décompression) et de leur traitement.Un chapitre spécial est consacré à la Plongée en apnée qui connaît une vogue croissante. L'aptitude, la prévention et la réglementation concernant les différentes formes de plongées, la plongée de l'enfant et de la femme, font l'objet de chapitres particuliers.Enfin, les différentes techniques de plongée, les appareils respiratoires, les systèmes de protection, sont passés en revue. Des annexes apportent tous les renseignements utiles et un index facilite les recherches.Il s'adresse avant tout aux médecins, étudiants en médecine et personnel médical oeuvrant dans le domaine si particulier de la médecine de plongée. Mais il peut être consulté avec profit par les moniteurs, instructeurs et par les plongeurs eux-mêmes, soucieux de leur sécurité. II est complémentaire du Traité de médecine hyperbare de F. Wattel et D. Mathieu, paru chez le même éditeur.
    Edition2e édition
    PlaceParis
    PublisherEllipses Marketing
    Date21 juillet 2006
    # of Pages880
    LanguageFrançais
    ISBN978-2-7298-2983-4
    URL
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  • Sayer, M. & Forbes, R. The Assessment and Management of Risk in UK Scientific Diving at Work Operations. (2006).at
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    Version307
    TypeJournal Article
    TitleThe Assessment and Management of Risk in UK Scientific Diving at Work Operations.
    AuthorSayer, Martin
    AuthorForbes, Robert
    Date2006
    URLhttp://archive.rubicon-foundation.org/xmlui/handle/123456789/8000
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    Date Added2017-04-29T14:17:05Z
    Modified2017-04-29T14:17:05Z

2005


  • Carter, A., Muller, R. & Thompson, A. The rate of decompression sickness in scientific diving at the Australian Institute of Marine Science (Townsville) 1996 to 2001. Journal of the South Pacific Underwater Medicine Society 35, 125-130 (2005).
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    Version459
    TypeJournal Article
    TitleThe rate of decompression sickness in scientific diving at the Australian Institute of Marine Science (Townsville) 1996 to 2001
    AuthorCarter, Anthony
    AuthorMuller, Reinhold
    AuthorThompson, Angus
    AbstractObjectives: To detail the rate of decompression sickness (DCS) in and describe the pattem of scientific diving according to the Canadian Defence and Civil Institute of Environmental Medicine (DCIEM) decompression tables, and project the impact of the AS/NZS Scientific Diving Standard (AS/NZS 2299.2:2002) on dive profiles at the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS), Townsville. Methods: Data have been collected for all scientific diving conducted at AIMS according to the DCIEM tables from October 1996 to December 2001. Details of location, date, time in and out, bottom time, effective bottom time (bottom time calculated according to residual nitrogen from previous dives), maximum depth, repetitive group and factor, and surface interval were recorded via the dive work sheels. Results: The data from 14,944 dives were analysed. The total bottom time for all dives was 13,033 hours. No cases of DCS were reported this period for a DCS rate of zero (exact binomial 95% confidence interval 0 to 30) cases per 100,000 dive hours. More than half (58.0%; n = 8,669) of all dives were conducted more than two hours' travel time from a recompression chamber. Two thirds of dives were conducted at the rate of two (35.8%; n = 5,352) or three (31.4%; n = 4,698) dives per diver per day. The median depth of dives was 10 metres' sea water with a median effective bottom time of 1 :00 hr (interquartile range 0:40-1:21 hours), One quarter (25.1%; n = 3,241) of dives would have exceeded the maximum repetitive group limits if they were conducted according to AS/NZS 2299.2:2002. Conclusions: The results of this analysis demonstrate that the rate of DCS in multi-day scientific diving conducted according to the DCIEM tables is low, regardless of maximum dive depth and travel time from recompression chamber support. The observed DCS rates at AIMS provide evidence that the repetitive group limits of AS/NZS 2299.2:2002 are restrictive for the purposes of scientific diving and require modification.
    PublicationJournal of the South Pacific Underwater Medicine Society
    Volume35
    Issue3
    Pages125-130
    Date2005
    LanguageEnglish
    URLhttps://www.researchgate.net/publication/289028133
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  • Reibeek, H. Paleoclimatology: Climate Close-up : Feature Articles. (2005).at
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    Version361
    TypeWeb Page
    TitlePaleoclimatology: Climate Close-up : Feature Articles
    AuthorReibeek, Holli
    AbstractBoth tree rings and similar rings in ocean coral can tell scientists about rainfall and temperatures during a single growing season.
    Website TypeText.Article
    Date2005-12-23
    Short TitlePaleoclimatology
    URLhttps://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Features/Paleoclimatology_CloseUp/paleoclimatology_closeup_2.php
    Accessed2017-05-01T16:45:53Z
    Languageen
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  • Sayer, M. D. J. & Barrington, J. Trends in scientific diving: an analysis of scientific diving operation records, 1970-2004. Underwater Technology 26, 51-55 (2005).
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    Version231
    TypeJournal Article
    TitleTrends in scientific diving: an analysis of scientific diving operation records, 1970-2004
    AuthorSayer, Martin D.J.
    AuthorBarrington, J
    PublicationUnderwater Technology
    Volume26
    Issue2
    Pages51-55
    Date2005-06-01
    Languageen
    DOI10.3723/175605405783101458
    ISSN17560543, 17560551
    Short TitleTrends in scientific diving
    URLhttp://openurl.ingenta.com/content/xref?genre=article&issn=1756-0543&volume=26&issue=2&spage=51
    Accessed2017-04-29T12:38:01Z
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    Date Added2017-04-29T12:38:01Z
    Modified2017-04-29T12:38:46Z

2004



  • Chenuil, A., Gault, A. & Féral, J. - P. Paternity analysis in the Antarctic brooding sea urchin Abatus nimrodi . A pilot study. Polar Biology 27, 177-182 (2004).
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    Version526
    TypeJournal Article
    TitlePaternity analysis in the Antarctic brooding sea urchin Abatus nimrodi . A pilot study
    AuthorChenuil, Anne
    AuthorGault, Agnès
    AuthorFéral, Jean-Pierre
    AbstractThe genus Abatus (Echinoidea: Spatangoida: Schizasteridae), endemic to the Southern Ocean, consists of several species which, like many other Antarctic marine invertebrates, brood their offspring. The modality of fertilization is not known in these species, whose direct observation and sampling are difficult. Parentage analyses by means of molecular markers may help to gain information on this stage of the life-cycle. In this pilot study, we analysed a brooding female and her offspring with dominant molecular markers—RAPD (Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA). We established that each cohort present in the brooding pouches, i.e. gastrulae and juveniles, originated from at least two distinct father genotypes. Our original method of analysis of dominant marker data should have vast applications since it allows one to test, not only (1) the hypothesis that the progeny of a given mother originates from a single father, but also (2) the temporal stability of the paternal gene pool.
    PublicationPolar Biology
    Volume27
    Issue3
    Pages177-182
    Date2004-2-1
    LanguageEnglish
    DOI10.1007/s00300-003-0576-y
    ISSN0722-4060, 1432-2056
    URLhttp://link.springer.com/10.1007/s00300-003-0576-y
    Accessed2017-05-08T10:22:45Z
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    Date Added2017-05-08T10:25:16Z
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2002



  • Féral, J. - P. How useful are the genetic markers in attempts to understand and manage marine biodiversity? Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 268, 121-145 (2002).
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    Version529
    TypeJournal Article
    TitleHow useful are the genetic markers in attempts to understand and manage marine biodiversity?
    AuthorFéral, Jean-Pierre
    AbstractThe genetics of marine populations is a subject that has made little progress compared with the effort spent on the terrestrial environment. This is so despite “applied” aspects such as stock management, marine aquaculture, creation of reserves, conservation of the coastal zones, taxonomy, and protection of species. The crowded and dispersive marine environment, with its steep physical gradients, favours the existence of a planktonic larval stage for most species. The attendant high fecundity has important consequences for selection differentials and dispersal and therefore for the evolution of genetic structures. These features must be taken into account in order to understand the origin and maintenance of marine biodiversity and, in some cases, to manage it. In this article, after a definition of genetic diversity among other aspects of biodiversity, special features of the marine environment and processes governing genetic diversity are given together with the molecular tools required to study it. Then, an overview of the interesting scientific questions in marine biodiversity research is given concerning:• the population structure as a function of dispersal systems and spatial constraints: gene flow and speciation in a dispersive environment, • the phylogeography and historical biogeography of marine ecosystems; • the functional and adaptive aspects of polymorphism: larval phase and genetic control of recruitment. Some uses of genetic diversity for assessment, conservation and protection purposes are also detailed. Organismal (specific) diversity does not enter the scope of the article.
    PublicationJournal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology
    Volume268
    Issue2
    Pages121-145
    Datefévrier 28, 2002
    Journal AbbrJournal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology
    LanguageEnglish
    DOI10.1016/S0022-0981(01)00382-3
    ISSN0022-0981
    URLhttp://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0022098101003823
    Accessed2017-05-08T10:36:32Z
    Library CatalogScienceDirect
    TagsAssessment · Conservation · Evolution · Infra-specific biodiversity · Management · Molecular ecology · Monitoring
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