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  • European red list of habitats. Part 1. Marine habitats - more
  • Five key attributes can increase marine protected areas performance for small-scale fisheries management - more
  • Your evidence or mine? Systematic evaluation of reviews of marine protected area effectiveness - more
  • Defining marine protected areas: A response to Horta e Costa et al. - more
  • A regulation-based classification system for marine protected areas: A response to Dudley et al. - more
  • Pescatourism-A European review and perspective - more
  • Assesing interacting impacts of artisanal and recreational fisheries in a small Marine Protected Area (Portofino, NW Mediterranean Sea) - more
  • Meeting Aichi Target 11: Equity considerations in Marine Protected Areas design - more
  • Patterns of fish connectivity between a Marine Protected Area and surrounding fished areas - more
  • Solutions for ecosystem-level protection of ocean systems under climate change - more
  • Epiphytes and nutrient contents influence Sarpa salpa herbivory on Caulerpa spp vs. seagrass species in Mediterranean meadows - more

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

Identifying robust bioindicators of light stress in seagrasses: A meta-analysis

Ecological Indicators, Volume 30, Pages 7–15 (July 2013) Abstract:  Light reduction via (for example) eutrophication, dredging and turbid terrestrial run-off is a key anthropogenic pressure impacting seagrasses. This paper assessed published literature on seagrass responses to light reduction to identify which seagrass characteristics provide the most robust bioindicators of...
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The incidental catch of seabirds in gillnet fisheries: A global review

Biological Conservation, Volume 162, pages 76–88 (June 2013) Abstract:  The study identifies 148 seabird species as susceptible to bycatch in gillnets worldwide, of which 81 have been recorded caught. A review of reported bycatch estimates suggests that at least 400,000 birds die in gillnets each year. Species suffering potentially significant impacts of gillnet mortality...
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Incorporating uncertainty associated with habitat data in marine reserve design

Biological Conservation, Volume 162, Pages 41–51 (June 2013) Abstract:  The study develops a spatial conservation prioritization approach that accounts for the uncertainty inherent in coral reef habitat maps and apply it in the Kubulau District fisheries management area, Fiji. Accurate information describing the probability of occurrence of each habitat type, derived from...
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Spillover of fish naïveté from marine reserves

Ecology Letters Volume 16, Issue 2, pages 191–197 (February 2013) Abstract: The study shows fisher-naïve behaviour in reef fishes also spills over from marine reserves, potentially increasing access to fishery benefits by making fishes more susceptible to spearguns. The distance at which two targeted families of fishes began to flee a potential fisher [flight initiation distance...
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Moving beyond a top-down fisheries management approach in the northwestern Mediterranean: Some lessons from the Philippines

Marine Policy, Volume 39, Pages 29–42 (May 2013) Abstract: This paper discusses the feasibility of moving away from traditional top-down approaches in fisheries management towards a more participative and convergent mode of governance in the northwestern Mediterranean. More specifically, the study focuses on MPAs as a fisheries management tool and evaluates their current...
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