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Acoustic behaviour of male European lobsters ( Homarus gammarus ) during agonistic encounters ArchiMer
Jézéquel, Youenn; Coston-guarini, Jennifer; Chauvaud, Laurent; Bonnel, Julien.
Previous studies have demonstrated that male European lobsters (Homarus gammarus) use chemical and visual signals as a means of intraspecific communication during agonistic encounters. In this study, we show that they also produce buzzing sounds during these encounters. This result was missed in earlier studies because low-frequency buzzing sounds are highly attenuated in tanks, and are thus difficult to detect with hydrophones. To address this issue, we designed a behavioural tank experiment using hydrophones, with accelerometers placed on the lobsters to directly detect their carapace vibrations (i.e. the sources of the buzzing sounds). While we found that both dominant and submissive individuals produced carapace vibrations during every agonistic...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Passive acoustics; Male European lobster; Agonistic encounter; Accelerometer; Buzzing sound; Carapace vibration; Tank; Acoustic communication.
Ano: 2020 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00614/72565/71516.pdf
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Acoustic behaviours of large crustaceans in NE Atlantic coastal habitats ArchiMer
Coquereau, Laura; Grall, Jacques; Clavier, Jacques; Jolivet, Aurelie; Chauvaud, Laurent.
Although many studies have investigated the benthic environment of temperate marine waters, little is known about the acoustic behaviour of the organisms in these habitats, particularly crustaceans. This study focused on the acoustic behaviour of large crustaceans in NE Atlantic coastal regions. A total of 11 crustacean species were recorded in tank-based experiments to identify sound-producing species and the behaviours associated with their sounds as well as to quantitatively characterise and compare the sounds. A total of 34 sounds were associated with behaviours such as moving, feeding, mandible rubbing, swimming, species-specific behaviour and other unidentified behaviours. The sounds included single pulse and pulse train signals that were distributed...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Acoustic behaviour; Sound library; Crustaceans; Crabs; Snapping shrimps.
Ano: 2016 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00616/72859/72983.pdf
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Benthic metabolism in shallow coastal ecosystems of the Banc d'Arguin, Mauritania ArchiMer
Clavier, Jacques; Chauvaud, Laurent; Amice, Erwan; Lazure, Pascal; Van Der Geest, Matthijs; Labrosse, Pierre; Diagne, Ahmed; Carlier, Antoine; Chauvaud, Sylvain.
Benthic primary production and respiration were investigated at 4 sites representative of the major coastal communities bordering the Sahara Desert in the Banc d'Arguin, Mauritania, Western Africa. These sites correspond to intertidal Zostera noltii beds (270 km(2)), intertidal bare sediments (88 km(2)), subtidal Cymodocea nodosa beds (374 km(2)), and subtidal bare sediments (311 km(2)). At each site, production-irradiance relationships were established in situ in November 2008 and January 2010, and used to calculate daily carbon fluxes for these communities. In intertidal areas, compared to emersion, the gross maximal photosynthetic rates for Z. noltii bed and bare sediment communities were on average 8-and 7-fold higher during immersion, respectively;...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Seagrass; Carbon metabolism; Intertidal; Subtidal; Respiration; Primary; Production; Western Africa.
Ano: 2014 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00189/29987/28460.pdf
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Coastal waters freshening and extreme seasonality affect organic matter sources, quality, and transfers in a High Arctic fjord (Young Sound, Greenland) ArchiMer
Bridier, Guillaume; Meziane, Tarik; Grall, Jacques; Chauvaud, Laurent; Sejr, Mikael Kristian; Menneteau, Sylvain; Olivier, Frederic.
Arctic benthic ecosystems are expected to experience strong modifications in the dynamics of primary producers and/or benthic-pelagic coupling under climate change. However, lack of knowledge about the influence of physical constraints (e.g. ice-melting associated gradients) on organic matter sources, quality, and transfers in systems such as fjords can impede predictions of the evolution of benthic-pelagic coupling in response to global warming. Here, sources and quality of particulate organic matter (POM) and sedimentary organic matter (SOM) were characterized along an inner-outer gradient in a High Artic fjord (Young Sound, NE Greenland) exposed to extreme seasonal and physical constraints (ice-melting associated gradients). The influence of the...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Arctic ecosystems; Benthic-pelagic coupling; Organic matter; Climate change; Fatty acids; Stable isotopes; Young Sound.
Ano: 2019 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00492/60318/67180.pdf
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Compound-specific recording of gadolinium pollution in coastal waters by great scallops ArchiMer
Le Goff, Samuel; Barrat, Jean-alix; Chauvaud, Laurent; Paulet, Yves-marie; Gueguen, Bleuenn; Ben Salem, Douraied.
Gadolinium-based contrast agents (GBCAs), routinely used in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), end up directly in coastal seawaters where gadolinium concentrations are now increasing. Because many aquatic species could be sensitive to this new pollution, we have evaluated the possibility of using shellfish to assess its importance. Gadolinium excesses recorded by scallop shells collected in Bay of Brest (Brittany, France) for more than 30 years do not reflect the overall consumption in GBCAs, but are largely controlled by one of them, the gadopentetate dimeglumine. Although its use has been greatly reduced in Europe over the last ten years, gadolinium excesses are still measured in shells. Thus, some gadolinium derived from other GBCAs is bioavailable and...
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Ano: 2019 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00615/72758/72029.pdf
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Feet, heat and scallops: what is the cost of anthropogenic disturbance in bivalve aquaculture? ArchiMer
Robson, Anthony A.; Halsey, Lewis G.; Chauvaud, Laurent.
The effects of unnatural disturbances on the behaviour and energetics of animals are an important issue for conservation and commercial animal production. Biologging enables estimation of the energy costs of these disturbances, but not specifically the effect these costs have on growth; a key outcome measure for animal farming enterprises. We looked at how natural and anthropogenically induced activity and energy expenditure of king scallops Pecten maximus varies with temperature. These data were then used to model growth time of king scallops reared in an aquaculture facility under different temperatures and anthropogenic disturbance levels. The scallops exhibited a typical total metabolic rate (MR)-temperature curve, with a peak reached at a middling...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Growth; Temperature; Anthropogenic disturbance; Activity; Metabolic rate; Energy expenditure.
Ano: 2016 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00344/45561/72893.pdf
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Genetic structure of a commercially exploited bivalve, the great scallop Pecten maximus, along the European coasts ArchiMer
Morvezen, Romain; Charrier, Gregory; Boudry, Pierre; Chauvaud, Laurent; Breton, Florian; Strand, Oivind; Laroche, Jean.
The great scallop Pecten maximus is harvested in several European countries and fisheries targeting this species are severely regulated by fishing quotas. In addition, hatchery-based population enhancement has been developed in some countries to provide alternative or complementary production. The genetic structure of wild populations of P. maximus and the potential impact of aquaculture on the genetic diversity of this species remains poorly documented. In this study, we explored the genetic structure of P. maximus using 12 microsatellite markers, considering 14 populations sampled from Galicia (Spain) to the North of Norway, and one population of Pecten jacobaeus (L., 1758) from the Lion Gulf (Mediterranean Sea). Results indicated a clear differentiation...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Great scallop; Pecten maximus; Microsatellites; Population genetics; Aquaculture.
Ano: 2016 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00311/42251/41692.pdf
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Green Edge ice camp campaigns: understanding the processes controlling the under-ice Arctic phytoplankton spring bloom ArchiMer
Massicotte, Philippe; Amiraux, Rémi; Amyot, Marie-pier; Archambault, Philippe; Ardyna, Mathieu; Arnaud, Laurent; Artigue, Lise; Aubry, Cyril; Ayotte, Pierre; Bécu, Guislain; Bélanger, Simon; Benner, Ronald; Bittig, Henry C; Bricaud, Annick; Brossier, Eric; Bruyant, Flavienne; Chauvaud, Laurent; Christiansen-stowe, Debra; Claustre, Hervé; Cornet-barthaux, Véronique; Coupel, Pierre; Cox, Christine; Delaforge, Aurélie; Dezutter, Thibault; Dimier, Céline; Dominé, Florent; Dufour, Francis; Dufresne, Christiane; Dumont, Dany; Ehn, Jens; Else, Brent; Ferland, Joannie; Forget, Marie-hélène; Fortier, Louis; Gali, Marti; Galindo, Virginie; Gallinari, Morgane; Garcia, Nicole; Gerikas-ribeiro, Catherine; Gourdal, Margaux; Gourvil, Priscilla; Goyens, Clemence; Grondin, Pierre-luc; Guillot, Pascal; Guilmette, Caroline; Houssais, Marie-noëlle; Joux, Fabien; Lacour, Léo; Lacour, Thomas; Lafond, Augustin; Lagunas, José; Lalande, Catherine; Laliberté, Julien; Lambert-girard, Simon; Larivière, Jade; Lavaud, Johann; Lebaron, Anita; Leblanc, Karine; Le Gall, Florence; Legras, Justine; Lemire, Mélanie; Levasseur, Maurice; Leymarie, Edouard; Leynaert, Aude; Lopes Dos Santos, Adriana; Lourenço, Antonio; Mah, David; Marec, Claudie; Marie, Dominique; Martin, Nicolas; Marty, Constance; Marty, Sabine; Massé, Guillaume; Matsuoka, Atsushi; Matthes, Lisa; Moriceau, Brivaela; Muller, Pierre-emmanuel; Mundy, Christopher-john; Neukermans, Griet; Oziel, Laurent; Panagiotopoulos, Christos; Pangazi, Jean-jacques; Picard, Ghislain; Picheral, Marc; Pinczon Du Sel, France; Pogorzelec, Nicole; Probert, Ian; Queguiner, Bernard; Raimbault, Patrick; Ras, Joséphine; Rehm, Eric; Reimer, Erin; Rontani, Jean-françois; Rysgaard, Soren; Saint-béat, Blanche; Sampei, Makoto; Sansoulet, Julie; Schmidt, Sabine; Sempere, Richard; Sevigny, Caroline; Shen, Yuan; Tragin, Margot; Tremblay, Jean-eric; Vaulot, Daniel; Verin, Gauthier; Vivier, Frédéric; Vladoiu, Anda; Whitehead, Jeremy; Babin, Marcel.
The Green Edge initiative was developed to investigate the processes controlling the primary productivity and the fate of organic matter produced during the Arctic phytoplankton spring bloom (PSB) and to determine its role in the ecosystem. Two field campaigns were conducted in 2015 and 2016 at an ice camp located on landfast sea ice southeast of Qikiqtarjuaq Island in Baffin Bay (67.4797N, 63.7895W). During both expeditions, a large suite of physical, chemical and biological variables was measured beneath a consolidated sea ice cover from the surface to the bottom at 360 m depth to better understand the factors driving the PSB. Key variables such as temperature, salinity, radiance, irradiance, nutrient concentrations, chlorophyll-a concentration,...
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Ano: 2020 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00598/71000/69266.pdf
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Growth anomalies in Pecten maximus from coastal waters (Bay of Brest, France): relationship with diatom blooms ArchiMer
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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Growth Response of Arctica Islandica to North Atlantic Oceanographic Conditions Since 1850 ArchiMer
Poitevin, Pierre; Thébault, Julien; Siebert, Valentin; Donnet, Sébastien; Archambault, Philippe; Doré, Justine; Chauvaud, Laurent; Lazure, Pascal.
The Northwest Atlantic is a key region with an essential role in global climate regulation, redistributing heat and influencing the carbon cycle. However, little is known about its evolution before 1950, mainly because of the lack of long-term instrumental measurements. The hard parts of long-lived marine biota hold the potential to extend instrumentally derived observation by several decades or centuries and enhance our understanding of global climate processes. Here, we investigate the effects of local, regional, and large-scale climate variability on the marine bivalve, Arctica islandica (Linnaeus, 1767) from Saint-Pierre and Miquelon (SPM). This archipelago lies at the boundary zone between the cold Labrador Current in the north and the warm Gulf...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Arctica islandica; Paleoecology; North Atlantic; Sub polar gyre; Labrador current; Bivalve; Sclerochronology; Climate change.
Ano: 2019 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00509/62050/66198.pdf
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Influence of riverine input on the growth of Glycymeris glycymeris in the Bay of Brest, North-West France ArchiMer
Featherstone, Amy M.; Butler, Paul G.; Peharda, Melita; Chauvaud, Laurent; Thebault, Julien.
A crossdated, replicated, chronology of 114 years (1901-2014) was developed from internal growth increments in the shells of Glycymeris glycymeris samples collected monthly from the Bay of Brest, France. Bivalve sampling was undertaken between 2014 and 2015 using a dredge. In total 401 live specimens and 243 articulated paired valves from dead specimens were collected, of which 38 individuals were used to build the chronology. Chronology strength, assessed as the Expressed Population Signal, was above 0.7 throughout, falling below the generally accepted threshold of 0.85 before 1975 because of reduced sample depth. Significant positive correlations were identified between the shell growth and the annual averages of rainfall (1975-2008; r = 0.34) and inflow...
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Ano: 2017 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00420/53103/61588.pdf
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Ligament, hinge, and shell cross-sections of the Atlantic surfclam (Spisula solidissima): Promising marine environmental archives in NE North America ArchiMer
Poitevin, Pierre; Thebault, Julien; Schoene, Bernd R.; Jolivet, Aurelie; Lazure, Pascal; Chauvaud, Laurent.
The Atlantic surfclam (Spisula solidissima) is a commercially important species in North American waters, undergoing biological and ecological shifts. These are attributed, in part, to environmental modifications in its habitat and driven by climate change. Investigation of shell growth patterns, trace elements, and isotopic compositions require an examination of growth lines and increments preserved in biogenic carbonates. However, growth pattern analysis of S. solidissima is challenging due to multiple disturbance lines caused by environmental stress, erosion in umbonal shell regions, and constraints related to sample size and preparation techniques. The present study proposes an alternative method for describing chronology. First, we analyzed growth...
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Ano: 2018 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00444/55597/57229.pdf
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Nickel and vanadium contamination of benthic invertebrates following the "Erika" wreck ArchiMer
Chiffoleau, Jean-francois; Chauvaud, Laurent; Amouroux, David; Barats, Aurélie; Dufour, Aurélie; Pecheyran, Christophe; Roux, Nathalie.
Levels of nickel and vanadium, trace metals found in high concentration in the oil spilled from the "Erika" tanker off Brittany (France) in December 1999 (41 +/- 1 and 87 +/- 3 mg kg(-1) respectively), have been monitored over a one-year period following this accidental event in several benthic invertebrates. Ni and V in mussels (Mytilus edulis) and oysters (Crassostrea gigas) soft tissues were analysed twice a month by graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometry and a scallop (Pecten maximus) shell daily growth bands were sampled every three bands by laser ablation and analysed by ICP-MS for these two contaminants. Survey data for mollusc tissues were compared with reference data arising from the national monitoring database. Ni concentrations in...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Monitoring; Scallop shell; Oyster; Mussel; Vanadium; Nickel; Oil spill.
Ano: 2004 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/2004/publication-402.pdf
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Shell of the Great Scallop Pecten maximus as a high-frequency archive of paleoenvironmental changes - art. no. Q08001 ArchiMer
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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Short-Term Behavioural Responses of the Great Scallop Pecten maximus Exposed to the Toxic Alga Alexandrium minutum Measured by Accelerometry and Passive Acoustics ArchiMer
Coquereau, Laura; Jolivet, Aurelie; Hegaret, Helene; Chauvaud, Laurent.
Harmful algal blooms produced by toxic dinoflagellates have increased worldwide, impacting human health, the environment, and fisheries. Due to their potential sensitivity (e.g., environmental changes), bivalves through their valve movements can be monitored to detect harmful algal blooms. Methods that measure valve activity require bivalve-attached sensors and usually connected cables to data transfers, leading to stress animals and limit the use to sessile species. As a non-intrusive and continuously deployable tool, passive acoustics could be an effective approach to detecting harmful algal blooms in real time based on animal sound production. This study aimed to detect reaction changes in the valve movements of adult Pecten maximus exposed to the toxic...
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Ano: 2016 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00616/72846/72899.pdf
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Sound characterization of the European lobster Homarus gammarus in tanks ArchiMer
Jezequel, Youenn; Bonnel, Julien; Coston-guarini, Jennifer; Guarini, Jean-marc; Chauvaud, Laurent.
Experiments in marine behavioural ecology rely heavily on observations made in tanks. However, when studying acoustic behaviours of marine animals in confined volumes, the effects of reverberation must be characterized, something that has been overlooked in parts of the marine ecology literature. In this study, we characterized reverberation in tanks using an artificial sound source and examined the implications for bioacoustic studies using sounds emitted by the European lobster Homarus gammarus during feeding and in response to stress. Broadband and transient sounds commonly produced by crustaceans were severely impacted by reverberation such that their spectral characteristics and pulse width durations could not be assessed. In contrast, low-frequency...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: European lobster; Passive acoustics; Tanks; Reverberation; Rattle; Buzzing sound; Spectral analysis.
Ano: 2018 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00439/55080/56512.pdf
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Sperm features in turbot (Scophthalmus maximus): a comparison with other freshwater and marine fish species ArchiMer
Suquet, Marc; Billard, Roland; Cosson, Jacky; Dorange, Germaine; Chauvaud, Laurent; Mugnier, Chantal; Fauvel, Christian.
This paper presents some features of turbot sperm and compares them with data reported in the literature on other freshwater and marine fish. In captivity, turbot spermiation period lasts 6 months. When compared to other fish species, turbot males are characterized by low values of maximum gonadosomatic index (0.6-0.8%) and are poor sperm producers in terms of volume (0.2-2.2 ml), concentration (0.7-11.0 x 10(9) spermatozoa/ml) and total sperm number released per stripping (0.2-12.0 x 10(9) spermatozoa). Compared to most freshwater species, the duration of cell movement is long (1-17 min). The spermatozoon of turbot can be considered to be of a primitive type. A very high protein content (8.8 mg/ml) is found in the seminal fluid of turbot. Increasing...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Scophthalmus maximus; Turbot; Biologie du sperme; Liquide séminal; Mobilité du spermatozoïde; Morphologie du spermatozoïde; Poisson marin; Scophthalmus maximus; Turbot; Sperm biology; Seminal fluid; Sperm motility; Sperm morphology; Marine fish.
Ano: 1994 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00188/29893/28334.pdf
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System-Based Assessments—Improving the Confidence in the EIA Process ArchiMer
Wilson, Jeff; Hinz, Shawn; Coston-guarini, Jennifer; Maze, Camille; Guarini, Jean-marc; Chauvaud, Laurent.
his viewpoint article examines Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) practices in developed and transitioning nations, identifies weaknesses, and proposes a new quantitative approach. The literature indicates that there exists little to no standardization in EIA practice, transitioning nations rely on weak scientific impact analyses, and the establishment of baseline conditions is generally missing. The more fundamental issue is that the “receptor”-based approach leads to a qualitative and subjective EIA, as it does not adequately integrate the full measure of the complexity of ecosystems, ongoing project risks, and cumulative impacts. We propose the application of a new framework that aims to ensure full life cycle assessment of impacts applicable to any...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Environmental impact assessment; Ecosystem modeling; Hydrodynamic modeling; Baseline survey; Ecosystem-based environmental assessment; Environmental sensing technology.
Ano: 2017 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00416/52781/53661.pdf
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The Impossible Sustainability of the Bay of Brest? Fifty Years of Ecosystem Changes, Interdisciplinary Knowledge Construction and Key Questions at the Science-Policy-Community Interface ArchiMer
Ragueneau, Olivier; Raimonet, Melanie; Maze, Camille; Coston-guarini, Jennifer; Chauvaud, Laurent; Danto, Anatole; Grall, Jacques; Jean, Frederic; Paulet, Yves-marie; Thouzeau, Gerard.
In this contribution, the study of the Bay of Brest ecosystem changes over the past 50 years is used to explore the construction of interdisciplinary knowledge and raise key questions that now need to be tackled at the science-policy-communities interface. The Bay of Brest is subject to a combination of several aspects of global change, including excessive nutrient inputs from watersheds and the proliferation of invasive species. These perturbations strongly interact, affecting positively or negatively the ecosystem functioning, with important impacts on human activities. We first relate a cascade of events over these five decades, linking farming activities, nitrogen, and silicon biogeochemical cycles, hydrodynamics of the Bay, the proliferation of an...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Sustainability; Land-ocean continuum; Bay of Brest; Interdisciplinarity; Science-policy-community interface.
Ano: 2018 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00616/72792/72272.pdf
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Trophic connectivity between offshore upwelling and the inshore food web of Banc d’Arguin (Mauritania): New insights from isotopic analysis ArchiMer
Carlier, Antoine; Chauvaud, Laurent; Van Der Geest, Matthijs; Le Loc'H, Francois; Le Duff, Michel; Vernet, Marc; Raffray, Jean; Diakhate, Djibril; Labrosse, Pierre; Wague, Abdoulaye; Le Goff, Clement; Gohin, Francis; Chapron, Bertrand; Clavier, Jacques.
Banc d’Arguin (BA), Mauritania, is a nationally protected shallow gulf > 10,000 km2 between the Sahara desert and the upwelling system off the Mauritanian coast. In the southeast, BA consists of a 500 km2 tidal flat, the most important wintering site for shorebirds using the East Atlantic Flyway. The Mauritanian upwelling-driven phytoplankton production supports the most productive fisheries worldwide, but little is known about its trophic role in the functioning of the inshore BA food web. Using stable isotopes as trophic tracers to distinguish between upwelling-driven phytoplankton, open ocean phytoplankton, and benthic primary producers, we assessed the spatial extent to which the inshore BA food web is fuelled by upwelling-driven phytoplankton...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Banc d'Arguin; West Africa; Food web structure; Remote sensing; Stable isotope; Upwelling.
Ano: 2015 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00269/37999/36078.pdf
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