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LIFE BELOW WATER

Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development

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Jellyfishing in europe: Current status, knowledge gaps, and future directions towards a sustainable practice

By: Edelist D., Angel D.L., Canning-clode J., Gueroun S.K.M., Aberle N., Javidpour J., Andrade C.
Published in: Sustainability (Switzerland)
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: Jellyfish are often described as a nuisance species, but as our understanding shifts to more ecosystem-based conceptions (more…)

Selection of mesophotic habitats by Oculina patagonica in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea following global warming

By: Martinez S., Bellworthy J., Ferrier-Pagès C., Mass T.
Published in: Scientific Reports
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: Globally, species are migrating in an attempt to track optimal isotherms as climate change increasingly warms existing h (more…)

Sedimentation, depositional environments, and hydrocarbon potential of the Maastrichtian-Paleocene Araromi Formation, eastern Dahomey (Benin) Basin, southwestern Nigeria

By: Oluwajana O.A., Opatola A.O., Adamolekun O.J., Ndukwe O.S., Olawuyi G.T., Ofiwe C.U., Bolaji T.A., Adebambo B.A., Oluwajana O.O.
Published in: Journal of Petroleum Exploration and Production Technology
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units:   | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: The Cretaceous sediments in southwestern Nigeria are host to one of the largest bitumen deposits in the world. In the cu (more…)

Sea level rise can severely reduce biodiversity and community net production on rocky shores

By: Rilov G., David N., Guy-Haim T., Golomb D., Arav R., Filin S.
Published in: Science of the Total Environment
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: Sea level rise (SLR), driven by anthropogenic climate change, can be a major threat to coastal ecosystems. Among the mos (more…)

Contribution of Maternal and Paternal Transmission to Bacterial Colonization in Nematostella vectensis

By: Baldassarre L., Levy S., Bar-Shalom R., Steindler L., Lotan T., Fraune S.
Published in: Frontiers in Microbiology
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: Microbial communities confer multiple beneficial effects to their multicellular hosts. To evaluate the evolutionary and (more…)

Modeling Photosynthesis and Exudation in Subtropical Oceans

By: Wu Z., Dutkiewicz S., Jahn O., Sher D., White A., Follows M.J.
Published in: Global Biogeochemical Cycles
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: Marine phytoplankton contributes nearly half of the total primary production on Earth through photosynthesis. Parameteri (more…)

The calcifying interface in a stony coral primary polyp: An interplay between seawater and an extracellular calcifying space

By: Mor Khalifa G., Levy S., Mass T.
Published in: Journal of Structural Biology
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: Stony coral exoskeletons build the foundation for the most biologically diverse marine ecosystems on Earth, coral reefs, (more…)

Fishmeal replacement by periphyton reduces the fish in fish out ratio and alimentation cost in gilthead sea bream Sparus aurata

By: Savonitto G., Barkan R., Harpaz S., Neori A., Chernova H., Terlizzi A., Guttman L.
Published in: Scientific Reports
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units:   | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: Aquaculture threatens natural resources by fishing down the sea to supply fishmeal. Alternative protein sources in aquaf (more…)

Environmental influences on human innovation and behavioural diversity in southern Africa 92–80 thousand years ago

By: Mackay A., Armitage S.J., Niespolo E.M., Sharp W.D., Stahlschmidt M.C., Blackwood A.F., Boyd K.C., Chase B.M., Lagle S.E., Kaplan C.F., Low M.A., Martisius N.L., McNeill P.J., Moffat I., O’Driscoll C.A., Rudd R., Orton J., Steele T.E.
Published in: Nature Ecology and Evolution
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units:   | Time: 2022 |  Link
Description: Africa’s Middle Stone Age preserves sporadic evidence for novel behaviours among early modern humans, prompting a range (more…)

Reconstructing lake bottom water temperatures and their seasonal variability in the Dead Sea Basin during MIS5e

By: Brall N.S., Gardien V., Ariztegui D., Sorrel P., Guillerm E., Caupin F.
Published in: Depositional Record
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units:   | Time: 2022 |  Link
Description: Interglacial periods are characterised by thick accumulations of halite units in the Dead Sea Basin. During these interv (more…)

Network analysis of sea turtle movements and connectivity: A tool for conservation prioritization

By: Kot C.Y., Åkesson S., Alfaro-Shigueto J., Amorocho Llanos D.F., Antonopoulou M., Balazs G.H., Baverstock W.R., Blumenthal J.M., Broderick A.C., Bruno I., Canbolat A.F., Casale P., Cejudo D., Coyne M.S., Curtice C., DeLand S., DiMatteo A., Dodge K., Dunn D.C., Esteban N., Formia A., Fuentes M.M.P.B., Fujioka E., Garnier J., Godfrey M.H., Godley B.J., González Carman V., Harrison A.-L., Hart C.E., Hawkes L.A., Hays G.C., Hill N., Hochscheid S., Kaska Y., Levy Y., Ley-Quiñónez C.P., Lockhart G.G., López-Mendilaharsu M., Luschi P., Mangel J.C., Margaritoulis D., Maxwell S.M., McClellan C.M., Metcalfe K., Mingozzi A., Moncada F.G., Nichols W.J., Parker D.M., Patel S.H., Pilcher N.J., Poulin S., Read A.J., Rees A.F., Robinson D.P., Robinson N.J., Sandoval-Lugo A.G., Schofield G., Seminoff J.A., Seney E.E., Snape R.T.E., Sözbilen D., Tomás J., Varo-Cruz N., Wallace B.P., Wildermann N.E., Witt M.J., Zavala-Norzagaray A.A., Halpin P.N.
Published in: Diversity and Distributions
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units:   | Time: 2022 |  Link
Description: Aim: Understanding the spatial ecology of animal movements is a critical element in conserving long-lived, highly mobile (more…)

Global assessment of shark strandings

By: Wosnick N., Leite R.D., Giareta E.P., Morick D., Musyl M.
Published in: Fish and Fisheries
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units:   | Time: 2022 |  Link
Description: Marine wildlife stranding is a global phenomenon, and for some taxonomic groups, these events are well monitored and doc (more…)

Phytoplankton exudates provide full nutrition to a subset of accompanying heterotrophic bacteria via carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus allocation

By: Eigemann F., Rahav E., Grossart H.-P., Aharonovich D., Sher D., Vogts A., Voss M.
Published in: Environmental Microbiology
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units:   | Time: 2022 |  Link
Description: Marine bacteria rely on phytoplankton exudates as carbon sources (DOCp). Yet, it is unclear to what extent phytoplankton (more…)

Abundance or stress? Faunal exploitation patterns and subsistence strategies: The case study of Brush Hut 1 at Ohalo II, a submerged 23,000-year-old camp in the Sea of Galilee, Israel

By: Steiner T., Biton R., Nadel D., Rivals F., Rabinovich R.
Published in: PLoS ONE
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units:   | Time: 2022 |  Link
Description: The submerged site of Ohalo II was occupied during the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM), between 23,500-22,500 cal BP, bridgin (more…)

Influence of the Active Layer Thickness of Permafrost in Eastern Siberia on the River Discharge of Nutrients into the Arctic Ocean

By: Gabysheva O.I., Gabyshev V.A., Barinova S.
Published in: Water (Switzerland)
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units:   | Time: 2022 |  Link
Description: Large rivers are important links between continents and oceans for material flows that have a global impact on marine bi (more…)

Geoacoustic estimation of the seafloor sound speed profile in deep passive margin setting using standard multichannel seismic data

By: Uzhansky E., Gadol O., Lang G., Katsnelson B., Copel S., Kazaz T., Makovsky Y.
Published in: Journal of Marine Science and Engineering
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: Seafloor geoacoustic properties are important in determining sound propagation in the marine environment, which broadly (more…)

Uranium-thorium isotope systematics of cold-seep carbonate and their constraints on geological methane leakage activities

By: Wang M., Chen T., Feng D., Zhang X., Li T., Robinson L.F., Liang Q., Bialik O.M., Liu Y., Makovsky Y.
Published in: Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units:   | Time: 2022 |  Link
Description: Marine methane hydrates are a huge and dynamic carbon reservoir found mainly at the continental margins, and their stabi (more…)

Changing environments and human interaction during the Pleistocene–Early Holocene from the shallow coastal area of Dor, Israel

By: Shtienberg G., Gadol O., Levy T.E., Norris R.D., Rittenour T.M., Yasur-Landau A., Tamberino A., Lazar M.
Published in: Quaternary Research (United States)
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2022 |  Link
Description: The protected Tel-Dor coastal embayment in the eastern Mediterranean preserves an unusually complete stratigraphic recor (more…)

Thermohaline Temporal Variability of the SE Mediterranean Coastal Waters (Israel) – Long-Term Trends, Seasonality, and Connectivity

By: Ozer T., Gertman I., Gildor H., Herut B.
Published in: Frontiers in Marine Science
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units:   | Time: 2022 |  Link
Description: The high variability of coastal waters together with the growing need for assessing the state of the marine coastal ecos (more…)

New Insights on the Diurnal Mechanism of Calcification in the Stony Coral, Stylophora pistillata

By: Neder M., Saar R., Malik A., Antler G., Mass T.
Published in: Frontiers in Marine Science
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units:   | Time: 2022 |  Link
Description: Scleractinian corals are evolutionary-successful calcifying marine organisms, which utilize an endo-symbiotic relationsh (more…)