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LIFE BELOW WATER

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

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Pollution and human mobility in the southern Levant during the Iron Age using chemical and isotopic analysis of human tooth enamel

By: Eshel T., Yahalom-Mack N., Tirosh O., Maeir A.M., Harlavan Y., Gilboa A., Erel Y.
Published in: Journal of Archaeological Science
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Humanities  | Time: 2020 |  Link
Description: The extent of pollution and human mobility in the Iron Age in the southern Levant is estimated in this study through lea (more…)

Tool wielding and activities at the Middle Paleolithic site of Nesher Ramla, Israel: A use-wear analysis of major tool types from unit III

By: Groman-Yaroslavski I., Prévost M., Zaidner Y.
Published in: Quaternary International
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units:   | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: This paper communicates the results of a detailed use-wear analysis of flint tools from Unit III of Nesher Ramla, centra (more…)

Stochastic Ship-Radiated Noise Modelling Via Generative Adversarial Networks

By: Atanackovic L., Vakilian V., Wiebe D., Lampe L., Diamant R.
Published in: 2020 Global Oceans 2020: Singapore – U.S. Gulf Coast
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2020 |  Link
Description: The design and performance evaluation of underwater acoustic (UA) communication systems in shallow water and harbour env (more…)

Early evidence for symbolic behavior in the Levantine Middle Paleolithic: A 120 ka old engraved aurochs bone shaft from the open-air site of Nesher Ramla, Israel

By: Prévost M., Groman-Yaroslavski I., Crater Gershtein K.M., Tejero J.-M., Zaidner Y.
Published in: Quaternary International
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units:   | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: During the Middle Paleolithic in Eurasia, the production of deliberate, abstract engraving on bone or stone materials is (more…)

Acoustic mapping of submerged stone age sites—A HALD approach

By: Grøn O., Boldreel L.O., Smith M.F., Joy S., Boumda R.T., Mäder A., Bleicher N., Madsen B., Cvikel D., Nilsson B., Sjöström A., Galili E., Nørmark E., Hu C., Ren Q., Blondel P., Gao X., Stråkendal P., Dell’anno A.
Published in: Remote Sensing
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: Acoustic response from lithics knapped by humans has been demonstrated to facilitate effective detection of submerged St (more…)

Economic appraisal of ecosystem services and restoration scenarios in a tropical coastal Ramsar wetland in India

By: Sinclair M., Vishnu Sagar M.K., Knudsen C., Sabu J., Ghermandi A.
Published in: Ecosystem Services
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Social Sciences  | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: Valuation of ecosystem services can play an important role in guiding decision-making concerning the restoration of natu (more…)

Nitrification Activity of the Sponge Chondrosia reniformis Under Elevated Concentrations of Ammonium

By: Nemoy P., Spanier E., Angel D.L.
Published in: Frontiers in Marine Science
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: This study examined the ability of a Mediterranean demosponge Chondrosia reniformis to oxidize exogenous ammonium, simul (more…)

Common dolphins, common in neritic waters off southern Israel, demonstrate uncommon dietary habits

By: Brand D., Edelist D., Goffman O., Hadar N., Scheinin A., Kerem D.
Published in: Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units:   | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: During the last decade, the common dolphin (Delphinus delphis) has become the second most sighted species in Israeli coa (more…)

Compensating for Partial Doppler Velocity Log Outages by Using Deep- Learning Approaches

By: Yona M., Klein I.
Published in: IEEE International Symposium on Robotic and Sensors Environments, ROSE 2021 – Proceedings
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units:   | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: Autonomous underwater vehicles allow researchers to explore the ocean depths and play an important role in many marine a (more…)

Needs and Gaps in Optical Underwater Technologies and Methods for the Investigation of Marine Animal Forest 3D-Structural Complexity

By: Rossi P., Ponti M., Righi S., Castagnetti C., Simonini R., Mancini F., Agrafiotis P., Bassani L., Bruno F., Cerrano C., Cignoni P., Corsini M., Drap P., Dubbini M., Garrabou J., Gori A., Gracias N., Ledoux J.-B., Linares C., Mantas T.P., Menna F., Nocerino E., Palma M., Pavoni G., Ridolfi A., Rossi S., Skarlatos D., Treibitz T., Turicchia E., Yuval M., Capra A.
Published in: Frontiers in Marine Science
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: Marine animal forests are benthic communities dominated by sessile suspension feeders (such as sponges, corals, and biva (more…)

Dynamic Allocation of Carbon Storage and Nutrient-Dependent Exudation in a Revised Genome-Scale Model of Prochlorococcus

By: Ofaim S., Sulheim S., Almaas E., Sher D., Segrè D.
Published in: Frontiers in Genetics
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: Microbial life in the oceans impacts the entire marine ecosystem, global biogeochemistry and climate. The marine cyanoba (more…)

Sedimentary response of the deep eastern Mediterranean basin to the north African desertification, sea level variation and regional tectonics

By: Schattner U., Kanari M., Goodman-Tchernov B.N., de Mahiques M.M., Bernhardt A.
Published in: Basin Research
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: The buildup of a continental rise and its morphological patterns depend on sediment transport and deposition via downslo (more…)

Dust-borne microbes affect Ulva ohnoi’s growth and physiological state

By: Krupnik N., Asis D.T., Belkin N., Rubin-Blum M., Israel Á., Paytan A., Meiri D., Herut B., Rahav E.
Published in: FEMS Microbiology Ecology
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units:   | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: The marine macroalgae Ulva sp. is considered an ecosystem engineer in rocky shores of temperate waters worldwide. Ulva s (more…)

Lineage-specific energy and carbon metabolism of sponge symbionts and contributions to the host carbon pool

By: Burgsdorf I., Sizikov S., Squatrito V., Britstein M., Slaby B.M., Cerrano C., Handley K.M., Steindler L.
Published in: ISME Journal
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: Marine sponges host a wide diversity of microorganisms, which have versatile modes of carbon and energy metabolism. In t (more…)

Info-gap models for optimal multi-year management of regional water resources systems under uncertainty

By: Housh M., Aharon T.
Published in: Sustainability (Switzerland)
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Social Sciences  | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: The common practices for the planning and management of Water Resources Systems (WSSs) have been challenged in the last (more…)

Observations of acoustic noise bursts accompanying nonlinear internal gravity waves on the continental shelf off New Jersey

By: Katsnelson B.G., Godin O.A., Zhang Q.
Published in: Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units:   | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: Anomalously large, transient fluctuations of acoustical noise intensity, up to 4-5 orders of magnitude above the backgro (more…)

Lithic provisioning strategies at the Middle Paleolithic open-air site of Nesher Ramla, Israel: A case study from the upper sequence

By: Varoner O., Marder O., Orbach M., Yeshurun R., Zaidner Y.
Published in: Quaternary International
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Humanities  | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: The mid-Middle Paleolithic (late Marine Isotope Stage 6 and Marine Isotope Stage 5) is the least documented phase of the (more…)

Stormwater systems as a source of marine debris: a case study from the Mediterranean coast of Israel

By: Pasternak G., Ribic C.A., Spanier E., Zviely D.
Published in: Journal of Coastal Conservation
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units:   | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: Drainage (or stormwater) systems are a potential source of marine debris. Approximately 67 km (33%) of the land along th (more…)

Localization of Acoustically Tagged Marine Animals in Under-Ranked Conditions

By: Alexandri T., Shamir Z.Z., Bigal E., Scheinin A., Tchernov D., Diamant R.
Published in: IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: A key technology in the movement tracking of marine animals is localization using acoustic transmitters. These are attac (more…)

The door to Dor: Tracing unseen anthropogenic impact in an ancient port

By: Lazar M., Basson U., Himmelstein A.G., Levy T.E., Arkin Shalev E., Yasur-Landau A.
Published in: Geoarchaeology
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: An on-land frequency domain electromagnetic geophysical survey was conducted across a tombolo delimiting the southern ba (more…)