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A global perspective on the trophic geography of sharks 5
Bird, Christopher S.; Verissimo, Ana; Magozzi, Sarah; Abrantes, Katya G.; Aguilar, Alex; Al-reasi, Hassan; Barnett, Adam; Bethea, Dana M.; Biais, Gerard; Borrell, Asuncion; Bouchoucha, Marc; Boyle, Mariah; Brooks, Edward J.; Brunnschweiler, Juerg; Bustamante, Paco; Carlisle, Aaron; Catarino, Diana; Caut, Stephane; Cherel, Yves; Chouvelon, Tiphaine; Churchill, Diana; Ciancio, Javier; Claes, Julien; Colaco, Ana; Courtney, Dean L.; Cresson, Pierre; Daly, Ryan; De Necker, Leigh; Endo, Tetsuya; Figueiredo, Ivone; Frisch, Ashley J.; Hansen, Joan Holst; Heithaus, Michael; Hussey, Nigel E.; Iitembu, Johannes; Juanes, Francis; Kinney, Michael J.; Kiszka, Jeremy J.; Klarian, Sebastian A.; Kopp, Dorothee; Leaf, Robert; Li, Yunkai; Lorrain, Anne; Madigan, Daniel J.; Maljkovic, Aleksandra; Malpica-cruz, Luis; Matich, Philip; Meekan, Mark G.; Menard, Frederic; Menezes, Gui M.; Munroe, Samantha E. M.; Newman, Michael C.; Papastamatiou, Yannis P.; Pethybridge, Heidi; Plumlee, Jeffrey D.; Polo-silva, Carlos; Quaeck-davies, Katie; Raoult, Vincent; Reum, Jonathan; Torres-rojas, Yassir Eden; Shiffman, David S.; Shipley, Oliver N.; Speed, Conrad W.; Staudinger, Michelle D.; Teffer, Amy K.; Tilley, Alexander; Valls, Maria; Vaudo, Jeremy J.; Wai, Tak-cheung; Wells, R. J. David; Wyatt, Alex S. J.; Yool, Andrew; Trueman, Clive N..
Sharks are a diverse group of mobile predators that forage across varied spatial scales and have the potential to influence food web dynamics. The ecological consequences of recent declines in shark biomass may extend across broader geographic ranges if shark taxa display common behavioural traits. By tracking the original site of photosynthetic fixation of carbon atoms that were ultimately assimilated into muscle tissues of 5,394 sharks from 114 species, we identify globally consistent biogeographic traits in trophic interactions between sharks found in different habitats. We show that populations of shelf-dwelling sharks derive a substantial proportion of their carbon from regional pelagic sources, but contain individuals that forage within additional...
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Ano: 2018 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00420/53141/54249.pdf
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An evaluation of Mg/Ca, Sr/Ca, and Ba/Ca ratios as environmental proxies in aragonite bivalve shells 5
Poulain, C.; Gillikin, D. P.; Thebault, Julien; Munaron, Jean-marie; Bohn, M; Robert, Rene; Paulet, Yves-marie; Lorrain, Anne.
The influence of salinity and water chemistry on Mg/Ca, Sr/Ca and Ba/Ca ratios in the aragonitic shells of the Manila clam were investigated. Clams were reared at constant temperature (20 °C) under different controlled conditions of salinity, commonly encountered in their natural habitat. Clams were held in three tanks with a constant salinity of 35 for the first 35 days and then two tanks were changed to lower salinities (20 and 28) for the next 29 days. Individual shell Mg/Ca, Sr/Ca and Ba/Ca ratios were studied through time. Despite stable conditions (temperature, salinity, and Mg/Cawater) for clams reared at salinity 35 during the experiment, Mg/Ca shell ratios increased through the time. Moreover the salinity decrease at t35 slowed the increase of...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Ruditapes philippinarum; Aragonite; Sclerochronology; Bivalved mollusk; Trace element; Proxy.
Ano: 2015 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00245/35649/34158.pdf
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Assimilation of shrimp farm sediment by Holothuria scabra : a coupled fatty acid and stable isotope approach 5
Mathieu-resuge, Margaux; Le Grand, Fabienne; Schaal, Gauthier; Kraffe, Edouard; Lorrain, Anne; Letourneur, Yves; Lemonnier, Hugues; Benoît, Julie; Hochard, Sébastien.
Deposit-feeding sea cucumbers are efficient nutrient recyclers and have the potential to contribute to the limitation of organic matter load in polyculture or integrated aquaculture systems. Assessing how they assimilate organic matter originating from other farmed species is therefore important for the development of such multi-species farming systems. Here, a coupled stable isotope − fatty acid approach was used to characterize the assimilation of organic matter from shrimp (Penaeus stylirostris) farming by Holothuria scabra in an experimental culture system. H. scabra were reared in mesocosms on shrimp farming-originating sediment with and without additional food sources (maize and fish meals). Although fatty acid results did indicate that...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Fatty acids; Stable isotopes; Rotational co-culture; Shrimp-farming; Holothurid.
Ano: 2020 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00624/73589/73023.pdf
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Behavioral and trophic segregations help the Tahiti petrel to cope with the abundance of wedge-tailed shearwater when foraging in oligotrophic tropical waters 5
Ravache, Andreas; Bourgeois, Karen; Weimerskirch, Henri; Pagenaud, Angélique; De Grissac, Sophie; Miller, Mark; Dromzée, Sylvain; Lorrain, Anne; Allain, Valerie; Bustamante, Paco; Bylemans, Jonas; Gleeson, Dianne; Letourneur, Yves; Vidal, Eric.
Two species breeding in sympatry are more likely to coexist if their ecological niches are segregated either in time, space or in trophic habits. Here, we combined GPS-tracking, stable isotope analysis and DNA metabarcoding analysis to understand how the rare Tahiti petrel Pseudobulweria rostrata (TP) copes with the very abundant (i.e. 500,000 breeding pairs) wedge-tailed shearwater Ardenna pacifica (WTS) when breeding in sympatry in a tropical area. WTS foraged in restricted areas along their path, while TP predominantly foraged using extensive search behavior, suggesting a more opportunistic foraging strategy. Interspecific overlap of foraging areas was higher than intraspecific overlap. Breeding seasons largely overlap between species during the study,...
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Ano: 2020 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00651/76287/77262.pdf
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Circadian behaviour of Tectus (Trochus) niloticus in the southwest Pacific inferred from accelerometry 5
Jolivet, Aurelie; Chauvaud, Laurent; Thebault, Julien; Robson, Anthony A.; Dumas, Pascal; Amos, George; Lorrain, Anne.
Background : Behaviour and time spent active and inactive are key factors in animal ecology, with important consequences for bioenergetics. For the first time, here, we equipped the gastropod Tectus (= Trochus) niloticus with accelerometers to describe activity rhythms at two sites in the Southwest Pacific with different temperature regimes: New Caledonia and Vanuatu. Results : Based on a 24-hour cycle, T. niloticus activity began at dusk and gradually stopped during the night, before sunrise. This nocturnal behaviour was characterised by short (duration <30 s), low intensity (acceleration < 0.12 ɡ) movements and was probably associated with foraging behaviour. We assumed that activity ceased once the animal was satiated. Our analysis of two size...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Activity; Accelerometry; 24-hour periodicity; Tectus niloticus; Foraging; Migration.
Ano: 2015 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00295/40658/39640.pdf
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Defining the stock structures of key commercial tunas in the Pacific Ocean II: Sampling considerations and future directions 5
Moore, Bradley R.; Adams, Tim; Allain, Valerie; Bell, Johann D.; Bigler, Mark; Bromhead, Don; Clark, Sangaa; Davies, Campbell; Evans, Karen; Faasili, Ueta; Farley, Jessica; Fitchett, Mark; Grewe, Peter M.; Hampton, John; Hyde, John; Leroy, Bruno; Lewis, Antony; Lorrain, Anne; Macdonald, Jed I.; Marie, Amandine D.; Minte-vera, Carolina; Natasha, Janice; Nicol, Simon; Obregon, Pablo; Peatman, Thomas; Pecoraro, Carlo; Phillip, N. Bradley; Pilling, Graham M.; Rico, Ciro; Sanchez, Caroline; Scott, Robert; Scutt Phillips, Joe; Stockwell, Brian; Tremblay-boyer, Laura; Usu, Thomas; Williams, Ashley J.; Smith, Niamh.
Delineating the stock structure of highly-mobile, wide-ranging fishes subject to exploitation is a challenging task, yet one that is fundamental to optimal fisheries management. A case in point are stocks of skipjack tuna (Katsuwonus pelamis), yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares), bigeye tuna (Thunnus obesus) and albacore tuna (Thunnus alalunga) in the Pacific Ocean, which support important commercial, artisanal, subsistence, and recreational fisheries, and contribute roughly 70 % of global commercial tuna catches. Although some spatial and temporal structuring is recognised within these stocks, growing evidence from a range of approaches suggests that the stock structure of each tuna species is more complex than is currently assumed in both stock assessment...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Tuna; Pacific Ocean; Movement; Spatial dynamics; Stock structure; Fisheries management.
Ano: 2020 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00630/74168/73773.pdf
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Diazotrophs: a non-negligible source of nitrogen for the tropical coral Stylophora pistillata 5
Benavides, Mar; Houlbreque, Fanny; Camps, Mercedes; Lorrain, Anne; Grosso, Olivier; Bonnet, Sophie.
Corals aremixotrophs: they are able to fix inorganic carbon through the activity of their symbiotic dinoflagellates and to gain nitrogen from predation on plankton and uptake of dissolved organic and inorganic nutrients. They also live in close association with diverse diazotrophic communities, inhabiting their skeleton, tissue and mucus layer, which are able to fix dinitrogen (N-2). The quantity of fixed N-2 transferred to the corals and its distribution within coral compartments as well as the quantity of nitrogen assimilated through the ingestion of planktonic diazotrophs are still unknown. Here, we quantified nitrogen assimilation via (i) N-2 fixation by symbiont diazotrophs, (ii) ingestion of cultured unicellular diazotrophs and (iii) ingestion of...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Scleractinian corals; Heterotrophic nutrition; Cyanothece; N-2 fixation; New Caledonia.
Ano: 2016 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00356/46678/72967.pdf
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Experimental shift in diet Delta13C: A potential tool for ecophysiological studies in marine bivalves 5
Paulet, Yves-marie; Lorrain, Anne; Richard, Joëlle; Pouvreau, Stephane.
To test the potential of diet switching experiments in ecophysiological studies of marine invertebrates, stable carbon isotope ratios were measured at different seasons in the gonad, adductor muscle, digestive gland and gills of scallops (Pecten maximus) and oysters (Crassostrea gigas) held for 15 days on a constant diet of phytoplankton depleted in 13C. The aim of this study was to determine if differences in carbon incorporation could be detected among species, seasons and organs, and if so, whether it was consistent with their known energy-allocation patterns. After offering the new diet, isotope values of the different organs gradually shifted and significant differences among organs, seasons and species were found. A carbon incorporation index (CII)...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Crassostrea gigas; Pecten maximus; Carbon isotopes; Metabolism; Energy allocation.
Ano: 2006 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/2006/publication-1202.pdf
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Experimental shift of diet and DIC stable carbon isotopes: Influence on shell delta C-13 values in the Manila clam Ruditapes philippinarum 5
Poulain, C.; Lorrain, Anne; Mas, R.; Gillikin, D. P.; Dehairs, F.; Robert, Rene; Paulet, Yves-marie.
The influences of diet and seawater dissolved inorganic carbon (DIC) on the carbon isotope composition of shell aragonite (Cinched in the Manila clam Ruditapes philippinarum reared under laboratory conditions were investigated. Clams were exposed to two successive negative carbon isotope shifts: a first shift in diet (delta C-13(phytoplankton)) and a second shift, 35 days later, in DIC (delta C-13(DIC)). Both successive shifts induced a decrease in delta C-13(shell). These results are the first to experimentally confirm an incorporation of respired carbon derived from food and carbon from DIC into shell carbonate of adult bivalves. Skeletal delta C-13 responded to changes in the delta C-13 of both diet and DIC in less than 7 days. Consequently, proxies...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Delta C-13(shell); DIC; Salinity; Metabolic carbon; Ruditapes philippinarum; Estuarine water; Proxy.
Ano: 2010 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00003/11443/8001.pdf
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Flying to the moon: Lunar cycle influences trip duration and nocturnal foraging behavior of the wedge-tailed shearwater Ardenna pacifica 5
Ravache, Andreas; Bourgeois, Karen; Thibault, Martin; Dromzée, Sylvain; Weimerskirch, Henri; De Grissac, Sophie; Prudor, Aurélien; Lorrain, Anne; Menkes, Christophe; Allain, Valerie; Bustamante, Paco; Letourneur, Yves; Vidal, Eric.
Lunar phase and illumination are known to affect nocturnal behavior of many organisms, particularly through predator-prey interactions. Visual predators can benefit from higher light levels to increase their activity, while prey may decrease their activity to avoid predation. The lower number of nocturnal seabirds observed on colonies during full moon nights has been mostly interpreted as a predation avoidance strategy. However, it is also possible that shearwaters take advantage of the moon's illumination to feed also at night, and stay at sea to forage during full moon nights. We used miniaturized GPS-loggers to obtain 179 tracks from 99 wedge-tailed shearwaters breeding in New Caledonia, to investigate moonlight effects on individual behavior. Lunar...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Ardenna pacifica; Foraging; Lunar phase; Moon; GPS-tracking; Stable isotope analyses.
Ano: 2020 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00607/71880/70608.pdf
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Global data set for nitrogen and carbon stable isotopes of tunas 5
Bodin, Nathalie; Pethybridge, Heidi; Duffy, Leanne M.; Lorrain, Anne; Allain, Valerie; Logan, John M.; Ménard, Frederic; Graham, Brittany; Choy, C. Anela; Somes, Christopher J.; Olson, Robert J.; Young, Jock W..
Nitrogen and carbon stable isotope data sets are commonly used to assess complex population to ecosystem responses to natural or anthropogenic changes at regional to global spatial scales, and monthly to decadal timescales. Measured in the tissues of consumers, nitrogen isotopes (δ15N) are primarily used to estimate trophic position while carbon isotopes (δ13C) describe habitat associations and feeding pathways. Models of both δ15N and δ13C values and their associated variance can be used to estimate likely dietary contributions and niche width and provide inferences about consumer movement and migration. Stable isotope data have added utility when used in combination with other empirical data sets (e.g., stomach content, movement tracking,...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Baseline isotopic variability; Food web dynamics; Global Ocean; Marine top predators; Pelagic ecosystem; Scombrids; Trophic position.
Ano: 2021 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00665/77750/79872.pdf
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Global patterns and inferences of tuna movements and trophodynamics 5
Logan, J.m.; Pethybridge, Heidi; Lorrain, Anne; Somes, C.; Allain, Valerie; Bodin, Nathalie; Choy, C.a.; Duffy, L.; Goñi, N.; Graham, B.; Langlais, C.; Ménard, F.; Olson, R.; Young, J..
A global dataset of carbon stable isotope (δ13C) values from yellowfin, bigeye, and albacore tuna muscle tissue (n = 4275) was used to develop a novel tool to infer broad-scale movement and residency patterns of these highly mobile marine predators. This tool was coupled with environmental models and lipid content (C:N ratio) of tuna muscle tissues to examine ocean warming impacts on tuna ecology and bioenergetic condition across Longhurst provinces. Over a 16-year study period (2000–2015), latitudinal gradients in tuna δ13C values were consistent, with values decreasing with increasing latitude. Tuna δ13C values, reflecting modelled global phytoplankton δ13C landscapes (“isoscapes”), were largely related to spatial changes in oxygen concentrations at...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Albacore tuna; Bigeye tuna; Yellowfin tuna; Carbon isotope analysis; Movement indicators; Global ocean; Fisheries management.
Ano: 2020 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00617/72943/71964.pdf
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Growth anomalies in Pecten maximus from coastal waters (Bay of Brest, France): relationship with diatom blooms 5
Lorrain, Anne; Paulet, Yves-marie; Chauvaud, Laurent; Savoye, Nicolas; Nezan, Elisabeth; Guerin, Laurent.
The aim of this study was to characterize the daily shell growth of Pecten maximus from early 1998 to late spring 1999 in the Bay of Brest with a careful qualitative and quantitative description of the pelagic primary production. Our results, in accordance with previous studies, demonstrate that there are episodic declines in the growth rate. Concurrent events of low growth rate and large bottom-concentrations of algae following diatom blooms (Cerataulina pelagica or Rhizosolenia delicatula), suggests that this high concentration of phytoplankton on the bottom layer may affect food intake or respiratory activity of the scallops by gill clogging or oxygen depletion. In this study, silicic acid or phosphorus are inferred to be limiting factors responsible...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Biscay bay; Limiting factors; Primary production; Phytoplankton cnoncentration; Pecten maximus; Growth rate.
Ano: 2000 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/2000/publication-612.pdf
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High pCO2 promotes coral primary production 5
Biscéré, T.; Zampighi, M.; Lorrain, Anne; Jurriaans, S.; Foggo, A.; Houlbrèque, F.; Rodolfo-metalpa, R..
While research on ocean acidification (OA) impacts on coral reefs has focused on calcification, relatively little is known about effects on coral photosynthesis and respiration, despite these being among the most plastic metabolic processes corals may use to acclimatize to adverse conditions. Here, we present data collected between 2016 and 2018 at three natural CO2 seeps in Papua New Guinea where we measured the metabolic flexibility (i.e. in hospite photosynthesis and dark respiration) of 12 coral species. Despite some species-specific variability, metabolic rates as measured by net oxygen flux tended to be higher at high pCO2 (ca 1200 µatm), with increases in photosynthesis exceeding those of respiration, suggesting greater productivity of...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Ocean acidification; Coral reefs; Acclimatization; Metabolic flexibility; CO2 seeps.
Ano: 2019 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00509/62051/66205.pdf
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Holothurie : Lien entre performances de production et de bioremédiation dans le contexte de la crevetticulture en Nouvelle-Calédonie. Projet Hobical 5
Hochard, Sebastien; Ducrocq, Manuel; Lemonnier, Hugues; Royer, Florence; Hubert, Morgane; Michaut, Henri; Verge, Raphael; Letourneur, Yves; Lorrain, Anne; Mathieu-resuge, Margaux; Schaal, Gauthier; Kraffe, Edouard; Legrand, Fabienne; Burgy, Laurent; Kuhn, John; Kuhn, Sandra; Queffelec, Laurent; Millot, Maxime; Le Rohellec, Julien; Benoit, Julie; Vanhuysse, Charles.
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Ano: 2016 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00347/45798/45444.pdf
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Mercury isotopes as tracers of ecology and metabolism in two sympatric shark species 5
Le Croizier, Gaël; Lorrain, Anne; Sonke, Jeroen E.; Jaquemet, Sébastien; Schaal, Gauthier; Renedo, Marina; Besnard, Lucien; Cherel, Yves; Point, David.
In coastal ecosystems, top predators are exposed to a wide variety of nutrient and contaminant sources due to the diversity of trophic webs within coastal areas. Mercury contamination could represent an additional threat to shark populations that are declining worldwide. Here we measured total mercury, carbon and nitrogen isotopes as well as mercury isotopes in two co-occurring shark species (the bull shark Carcharhinus leucas and the tiger shark Galeocerdo cuvier) and their prey from a coastal ecosystem of the western Indian Ocean (La Réunion Island), to (i) determine their main trophic Hg source and (ii) better characterize their diet composition and foraging habitat. Hg isotope signatures (Δ199Hg and δ202Hg) of shark prey suggested that bull sharks were...
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Ano: 2020 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00633/74465/74289.pdf
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Modelling N2 fixation related to Trichodesmium sp.: driving processes and impacts on primary production in the tropical Pacific Ocean 5
Dutheil, Cyril; Aumont, Olivier; Gorgues, Thomas; Lorrain, Anne; Bonnet, Sophie; Rodier, Martine; Dupouy, Cecile; Shiozaki, Takuhei; Menkes, Christophe.
Dinitrogen fixation is now recognized as one of the major sources of bio-available nitrogen in the ocean. Thus, N2 fixation sustains a significant part of the global primary production by supplying the most common limiting nutrient for phytoplankton growth. The Oligotrophy to UlTra-oligotrophy PACific Experiment (OUTPACE) improved the data coverage of the western tropical South Pacific, an area recently recognized as a hotspot of N2 fixation. This new development leads us to develop and test an explicit N2 fixation formulation based on the Trichodesmium physiology (the most studied nitrogen fixer) within a 3-D coupled dynamical–biogeochemical model (ROMS-PISCES). We performed a climatological numerical simulation that is able to reproduce the main physical...
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Ano: 2018 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00419/53042/53979.pdf
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Responses of Two Scleractinian Corals to Cobalt Pollution and Ocean Acidification 5
Biscere, Tom; Rodolfo-metalpa, Riccardo; Lorrain, Anne; Chauvaud, Laurent; Thebault, Julien; Clavier, Jacques; Houlbreque, Fanny.
The effects of ocean acidification alone or in combination with warming on coral metabolism have been extensively investigated, whereas none of these studies consider that most coral reefs near shore are already impacted by other natural anthropogenic inputs such as metal pollution. It is likely that projected ocean acidification levels will aggravate coral reef health. We first investigated how ocean acidification interacts with one near shore locally abundant metal on the physiology of two major reef-building corals: Stylophora pistillata and Acropora muricata. Two pH levels (pH(T) 8.02; pCO(2) 366 mu atm and pH(T) 7.75; pCO(2) 1140 mu atm) and two cobalt concentrations (natural, 0.03 mu g L-1 and polluted, 0.2 mu g L-1) were tested during five weeks in...
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Ano: 2015 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00266/37758/35807.pdf
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Seabirds supply nitrogen to reefbuilding corals on remote Pacific islets 5
Lorrain, Anne; Houlbreque, Fanny; Benzoni, Francesca; Barjon, Lucie; Tremblay-boyer, Laura; Menkes, Christophe; Gillikin, David P.; Payri, Claude; Jourdan, Herve; Boussarie, Germain; Verheyden, Anouk; Vidal, Eric.
Seabirds concentrate nutrients from large marine areas on their nesting islands playing an important ecological role in nutrient transfer between marine and terrestrial ecosystems. Here we investigate the role of guano on corals reefs across scales by analyzing the stable nitrogen isotopic (delta N-15) values of the scleractinian coral Pocillopora damicornis on fringing reefs around two Pacific remote islets with large seabird colonies. Marine stations closest to the seabird colonies had higher nitrate + nitrite concentrations compared to more distant stations. Coral and zooxanthellae delta N-15 values were also higher at these sites, suggesting that guano-derived nitrogen is assimilated into corals and contributes to their nitrogen requirements. The...
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Ano: 2017 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00391/50239/50878.pdf
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Shell of the Great Scallop Pecten maximus as a high-frequency archive of paleoenvironmental changes - art. no. Q08001 5
Chauvaud, Laurent; Lorrain, Anne; Dunbar, Robert; Paulet, Yves; Thouzeau, Gérard; Jean, Frédéric; Guarini, Jean-marc; Mucciarone, David.
We investigate the environmental and biological controls on oxygen isotope ratios in the shells of modern Pecten maximus bivalves collected alive in the Bay of Brest (France). Seasonal delta(18)O profiles, obtained by drilling the daily calcite ridges deposited at the surface of the left valve, were compared with in situ measurements of temperature and salinity. We show that P. maximus delta(18)O values accurately track seasonal variations in bottom water temperature. Shell growth rate has no significant effect on shell delta(18)O values. Our study demonstrates that daily variations in water temperature can be reconstructed within about 0.5 degrees C. Temperatures estimated with the paleotemperature equation established in this study were compared with...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Pecten Maximus; Brittany; Paleoenvironment; Estimation; Daily varition; Water temperature; Isotope; Calcite; Shell; Ëecten maximus; Paleotempérature; Variation saisonnière; Température eau; Strie croissance; Isotope; Coquille.
Ano: 2005 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/2005/publication-643.pdf
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