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LIFE BELOW WATER

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

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Carbon export and drivers in the southeastern Levantine Basin

By: Alkalay R., Zlatkin O., Katz T., Herut B., Halicz L., Berman-Frank I., Weinstein Y.
Published in: Deep-Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2020 |  Link
Description: In this paper, we present C export data from the southeastern Levantine Basin, 50 km west of Haifa, at water depth of 15 (more…)

The first deep-sea mooring station in the eastern Levantine basin (DeepLev), outline and insights into regional sedimentological processes

By: Katz T., Weinstein Y., Alkalay R., Biton E., Toledo Y., Lazar A., Zlatkin O., Soffer R., Rahav E., Sisma-Ventura G., Bar T., Ozer T., Gildor H., Almogi-Labin A., Kanari M., Berman-Frank I., Herut B.
Published in: Deep-Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2020 |  Link
Description: The eastern Levantine basin (ELB) is an ultra-oligotrophic, warm and saline marine system, significantly affected by cli (more…)

How corals made rocks through the ages

By: Drake J.L., Mass T., Stolarski J., Von Euw S., van de Schootbrugge B., Falkowski P.G.
Published in: Global Change Biology
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2020 |  Link
Description: Hard, or stony, corals make rocks that can, on geological time scales, lead to the formation of massive reefs in shallow (more…)

Evidence of the impacts of emerging shark tourism in the Mediterranean

By: Zemah Shamir Z., Zemah Shamir S., Becker N., Scheinin A., Tchernov D.
Published in: Ocean and Coastal Management
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2019 |  Link
Description: Shark tourism is a new concept that has not yet been recognized in Israel. While the principles and regulation of shark (more…)

Hydrate occurrence in Europe: A review of available evidence

By: Minshull T.A., Marín-Moreno H., Betlem P., Bialas J., Bünz S., Burwicz E., Cameselle A.L., Cifci G., Giustiniani M., Hillman J.I.T., Hölz S., Hopper J.R., Ion G., León R., Magalhaes V., Makovsky Y., Mata M.-P., Max M.D., Nielsen T., Okay S., Ostrovsky I., O’Neill N., Pinheiro L.M., Plaza-Faverola A.A., Rey D., Roy S., Schwalenberg K., Senger K., Vadakkepuliyambatta S., Vasilev A., Vázquez J.-T.
Published in: Marine and Petroleum Geology
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2020 |  Link
Description: Large national programs in the United States and several Asian countries have defined and characterised their marine met (more…)

Shark aggregation and tourism: opportunities and challenges of an emerging phenomenon

By: Zemah Shamir Z., Zemah Shamir S., Tchernov D., Scheinin A., Becker N.
Published in: International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2019 |  Link
Description: In the last few winters, shark communities have been aggregating near the Israeli Mediterranean coast, at a specific poi (more…)

Linking Internal Carbonate Chemistry Regulation and Calcification in Corals Growing at a Mediterranean CO2 Vent

By: Wall M., Prada F., Fietzke J., Caroselli E., Dubinsky Z., Brizi L., Fantazzini P., Franzellitti S., Mass T., Montagna P., Falini G., Goffredo S.
Published in: Frontiers in Marine Science
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2019 |  Link
Description: Corals exert a strong biological control over their calcification processes, but there is a lack of knowledge on their c (more…)

Simulating Bleaching: Long-Term Adaptation to the Dark Reveals Phenotypic Plasticity of the Mediterranean Sea Coral Oculina patagonica

By: Zaquin T., Zaslansky P., Pinkas I., Mass T.
Published in: Frontiers in Marine Science
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2019 |  Link
Description: The Eastern Mediterranean Sea scleractinian Oculina patagonica, demonstrates high resilience to repeated seasonal bleach (more…)

Management priorities for marine invasive species

By: Giakoumi S., Katsanevakis S., Albano P.G., Azzurro E., Cardoso A.C., Cebrian E., Deidun A., Edelist D., Francour P., Jimenez C., Mačić V., Occhipinti-Ambrogi A., Rilov G., Sghaier Y.R.
Published in: Science of the Total Environment
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units:   | Time: 2019 |  Link
Description: Managing invasive alien species is particularly challenging in the ocean mainly because marine ecosystems are highly con (more…)

Underwater Acoustic Detection and Localization with a Convolutional Denoising Autoencoder

By: Testolin A., Diamant R.
Published in: 2019 IEEE 8th International Workshop on Computational Advances in Multi-Sensor Adaptive Processing, CAMSAP 2019 – Proceedings
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2019 |  Link
Description: Detecting and tracking moving targets is a challenging task, which becomes even harder in underwater scenarios due to th (more…)

Development of a modified SEDEX phosphorus speciation method for ancient rocks and modern iron-rich sediments

By: Thompson J., Poulton S.W., Guilbaud R., Doyle K.A., Reid S., Krom M.D.
Published in: Chemical Geology
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units:   | Time: 2019 |  Link
Description: We report the development of a modified method for evaluating different reservoirs of sedimentary phosphorus (P) in anci (more…)

Tethys ocean withdrawal and continental peneplanation—An example from the Galilee, northwestern Arabia

By: Wald R., Segev A., Ben-Avraham Z., Schattner U.
Published in: Journal of Geodynamics
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2019 |  Link
Description: During the early Oligocene northeast Africa (Ethiopia, Sudan, Egypt) and Arabia (Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Sinai and (more…)

Phenological shift in swarming patterns of Rhopilema nomadica in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea

By: Edelist D., Guy-Haim T., Kuplik Z., Zuckerman N., Nemoy P., Angel D.L.
Published in: Journal of Plankton Research
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2020 |  Link
Description: Jellyfish (JF) swarms impact human wellbeing and marine ecosystems. Their global proliferation is a matter of concern an (more…)

Prochlorococcus cells rely on microbial interactions rather than on chlorotic resting stages to survive long-term nutrient starvation

By: Roth-Rosenberg D., Aharonovich D., Luzzatto-Knaan T., Vogts A., Zoccarato L., Eigemann F., Nago N., Grossart H.-P., Voss M., Sher D.
Published in: mBio
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2020 |  Link
Description: Many microorganisms produce resting cells with very low metabolic activity that allow them to survive phases of prolonge (more…)

A 45 kyr laminae record from the Dead Sea: Implications for basin erosion and floods recurrence

By: Lu Y., Bookman R., Waldmann N., Marco S.
Published in: Quaternary Science Reviews
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2020 |  Link
Description: Recording and analyzing how climate change impacts flood recurrence, basin erosion, and sedimentation can improve our un (more…)

ThreatDetect: An Autonomous Platform to secure Marine Infrastructures

By: Casari P., Lampe L., Martinez S., Diamant R.
Published in: NATO Science for Peace and Security Series B: Physics and Biophysics
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2020 |  Link
Description: The NATO SPS multi-year project ThreatDetect investigates an autonomous platform to secure marine infrastructures by rel (more…)

Comparison of geochemical and mineralogical characteristics of palaeogene oil shales and coals from the Huangxian Basin, Shandong Province, East China

By: Zheng X., Spiro B., Han Z.
Published in: Minerals
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units:   | Time: 2020 |  Link
Description: Coal and oil shale are both organic matter-rich sedimentary rocks. However, their sources of organic matter and their de (more…)

Ocean warming and tropical invaders erode the performance of a key herbivore

By: Yeruham E., Shpigel M., Abelson A., Rilov G.
Published in: Ecology
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2020 |  Link
Description: Climate change and bioinvasions are two facets of global change that can act in tandem to impact native species and ecos (more…)

The Mediterranean culture of fishing: Continuity and change in the world of Jewish fishermen, 1500–1929

By: Srougo S.
Published in: International Journal of Maritime History
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Humanities  | Time: 2020 |  Link
Description: This essay discusses the maritime Jews and their changing role in the fishing occupation in the Mediterranean sea. The f (more…)

Ocean warming is the key filter for successful colonization of the migrant octocoral Melithaea erythraea (Ehrenberg, 1834) in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea

By: Grossowicz M., Bialik O.M., Shemesh E., Tchernov D., Vonhof H.B., Sisma-Ventura G.
Published in: PeerJ
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2020 |  Link
Description: Climate, which sets broad limits for migrating species, is considered a key filter to species migration between contrast (more…)