SDG 14:
LIFE BELOW WATER

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

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Repeatable semantic reef-mapping through photogrammetry and label-augmentation

By: Yuval M., Alonso I., Eyal G., Tchernov D., Loya Y., Murillo A.C., Treibitz T.
Published in: Remote Sensing
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: In an endeavor to study natural systems at multiple spatial and taxonomic resolutions, there is an urgent need for autom (more…)

Response of oligotrophic coastal microbial populations in the SE Mediterranean Sea to crude oil pollution; lessons from mesocosm studies

By: Shai Y., Rubin-Blum M., Angel D.L., Sisma-Ventura G., Zurel D., Astrahan P., Rahav E.
Published in: Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: Anthropogenically-induced oil spills release large amounts of organic pollutants into the marine environment. To date, l (more…)

A graph localization approach for underwater sensor networks to assist a diver in distress

By: Diamant R., Francescon R.
Published in: Sensors (Switzerland)
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: In this paper, we focus on the problem of locating a scuba diver in distress using a sensor network. Without GPS recepti (more…)

Paleoecologic implications of foraminiferal assemblages in the Upper Cretaceous-Paleogene strata, eastern Dahomey (Benin) Basin, southwestern Nigeria

By: Oluwajana O.A., Adebambo B.A., Olawuyi G.T., Ewuji J.O., Adejayan B.A., Ayodele O.D., Adeniran P.M., Arabi D.O., Adedokun T.A.
Published in: Arabian Journal of Geosciences
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units:   | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: The paleoecologic conditions of eastern Dahomey (Benin) Basin during Late Campanian-Eocene were investigated using foram (more…)

Understanding the public attitude towards sharks for improving their conservation

By: Giovos I., Barash A., Barone M., Barría C., Borme D., Brigaudeau C., Charitou A., Brito C., Currie J., Dornhege M., Endrizzi L., Forsberg K., Jung A., Kleitou P., MacDiarmid A., Moutopoulos D.K., Nakagun S., Neves J., Nunes F.L.D., Schröder D., Thurstan R.H., Tull M., Tuncer S., Mazzoldi C.
Published in: Marine Policy
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units:   | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: Sharks are among the oldest residents of the planet, they possess a unique value as top predators and constitute irrepla (more…)

Dynamic macromolecular composition and high exudation rates in Prochlorococcus

By: Roth-Rosenberg D., Aharonovich D., Omta A.W., Follows M.J., Sher D.
Published in: Limnology and Oceanography
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: Every living cell is composed of macromolecules such as proteins, DNA, RNA, and pigments. The ratio between these macrom (more…)

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…)

Fish in the desert: Identifying fish trade routes and the role of Red Sea parrotfish (Scaridae) during the Byzantine and Early Islamic periods

By: Blevis R., Bar-Oz G., Tepper Y., Zohar I.
Published in: Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Humanities  | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: Recent archaeological excavations in the Negev desert of the southern Levant have yielded a surprising and unprecedented (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…)

Does sand beach nourishment enhance the dispersion of non-indigenous species?—the case of the common moon crab, matuta victor (fabricius, 1781), in the southeastern mediterranean

By: Zviely D., Zurel D., Edelist D., Bitan M., Spanier E.
Published in: Journal of Marine Science and Engineering
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units:   | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: Sand beach nourishment (BN) is one of the commonest “soft solutions” for shore protection and restoration. Yet it may ha (more…)

Archaeological and natural indicators of sea-level and coastal changes: The case study of the caesarea roman harbor

By: Galili E., Salamon A., Gambash G., Zviely D.
Published in: Geosciences (Switzerland)
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: Archaeological and geomorphological features, as well as traces left by tsunamis, earthquakes, and vertical earth-crust (more…)

Respiration rates, metabolic demands and feeding of ephyrae and young medusae of the rhizostome rhopilema nomadica

By: Kuplik Z., Kerem D., Angel D.L.
Published in: Diversity
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: Jellyfish (cnidarians and ctenophores) affect the marine food web through high feeding rates and feeding efficiency, but (more…)

Response of Mg isotopes to dolomitization during fluctuations in sea level: Constraints on the hydrological conditions of massive dolomitization systems

By: Hu Z., Bialik O.M., Hohl S.V., Xia Z., Waldmann N.D., Liu C., Li W.
Published in: Sedimentary Geology
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: Marine dolomitization processes are characterized by complex variations in hydrological conditions and pore-fluid chemis (more…)

Spatial and temporal assessment of oil spills in the Mediterranean Sea

By: Polinov S., Bookman R., Levin N.
Published in: Marine Pollution Bulletin
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: Ship-generated oil pollution is a significant threat to the Mediterranean Sea. We present a geostatistical analysis of o (more…)

Benthic foraminifera geochemistry as a monitoring tool for heavy metal and phosphorus pollution — A post fish-farm removal case study

By: Oron S., Sadekov A., Katz T., Goodman-Tchernov B.
Published in: Marine Pollution Bulletin
SDGs : SDG 14  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2021 |  Link
Description: Measuring environmental contaminants in coastal areas is critical for monitoring and managing their impacts. Commonly us (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…)