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Actualités scientifiques

Cette section propose une veille des derniers travaux scientifiques notoires publiés relatifs à la gestion des Aires Marines Protégées en Méditerranée, et dans le monde si applicable.

Ce service s'inscrit dans le cadre de la stratégie 2013-2017 du réseau MedPAN ainsi que dans celui de sa stratégie scientifique qui préconisent pour  le réseau MedPAN de devenir un réseau de connaissance, d'information, d'anticipation et de synthèse.

Chaque mois les résultats de la veille sont présentés ci-dessous. N'hésitez pas à effectuer une recherche, plus de 500 publications ont déjà été sélectionnées depuis 2013.

Veille scientifique

Modelling the influence of attitudes and beliefs on recreational boaters' use of buoys in the Balearic Islands

Ocean & Coastal Management, Volume 78, Pages 112–120 (June 2013) Abstract:  Evidence that buoys positively influence the well-being of users, especially if this is reflected in a willingness to pay, may provide motivation to decision-makers to invest in this management measure. This study uses the classification tree method to model the influence of behavioral and...
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Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon levels and measures of oxidative stress in the Mediterranean endemic bivalve Pinna nobilis exposed to the Don Pedro oi

Marine Pollution Bulletin, Volume 71, Issues 1–2, Pages 69-73 (June, 2013) Abstract:  The fan mussel ( Pinna nobilis, Linné, 1758) is the largest endemic Mediterranean bivalve subject to strict protection as an endangered species. Antioxidant biomarkers in P. nobilis gills for biomonitoring marine pollution were researched after the Don Pedro oil spill. Two sampling...
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Low Connectivity between Mediterranean Marine Protected Areas: A Biophysical Modeling Approach for the Dusky Grouper Epinephelus marginatus

PLoS ONE 8(7): e68564. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0068564 (July, 2013) Abstract:  A biophysical model was used to evaluate connectivity between MPAs in the Mediterranean Sea according to the dispersal capacity of the dusky grouper ( Epinephelus marginatus ), an archetypal conservation-dependent species, with high economic importance and emblematic in the Mediterranean. We...
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Review of jellyfish blooms in the Mediterranean and Black Sea

FAO. General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean. Studies & Reviews, No. 92, 53 pages. (2013) Abstract:  In the last decade, the media are reporting on an increasingly high number of gelatinous plankton blooms. The reasons for these reports is that thousands of tourists are stung, fisheries are harmed or even impaired by jellyfish that eat fish eggs and larvae,...
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Shipping Contributes to Ocean Acidification

Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 40, Issue 11, pages 2731–2736 (June 2013) Abstract:  The potential effect on surface water pH of emissions of SOX and NOX from global ship routes is assessed. The results indicate that regional pH reductions of the same order of magnitude as the CO2-driven acidification can occur in heavily trafficked waters. These findings have important...
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