How to select networks of marine protected areas for multiple species with different dispersal strategies

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For the week of 09 November 2015

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Diversity and Distributions has published, How to select networks of marine protected areas for multiple species with different dispersal strategies. The authors describe a conceptual framework which may be used to identify MPA networks which contain species with a variety of dispersal strategies, comparing these ideal MPAs with existing North Sea MPAs.

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Table of Contents

Aquaculture and Seafood

Blanco, G., Arce, A. & Fisher, E. Becoming a region, becoming global, becoming imperceptible: Territorialising salmon in Chilean Patagonia. Journal of Rural Studies 42, 179 - 190 (2015).

OA: Brugère, C. & De Young, C. Assessing climate change vulnerability in fisheries and aquaculture. FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Technical Paper. FAO (2015).

Bycatch

Song, K.-J. Current stock situation and measures for the management and conservation of minke whales (Balaenoptera acutorostrata) in Korean waters. Ocean & Coastal Management 119, 164 - 168 (2016).

Climate Change and Human Impacts

OA: Brugère, C. & De Young, C. Assessing climate change vulnerability in fisheries and aquaculture. FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Technical Paper. FAO (2015).

Chen, H. et al. Numerical study of underwater fate of oil spilled from deepwater blowout. Ocean Engineering 110, 227 - 243 (2015).

OA: Magris, R. A., Heron, S. F. & Pressey, R. L. Conservation Planning for Coral Reefs Accounting for Climate Warming Disturbances. PLOS ONE 10, e0140828 (2015).

Link, J. S. et al. Emergent Properties Delineate Marine Ecosystem Perturbation and Recovery. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 30, 649 - 661 (2015).

OA: Collard, F., Gilbert, B., Eppe, G., Parmentier, E. & Das, K. Detection of Anthropogenic Particles in Fish Stomachs: An Isolation Method Adapted to Identification by Raman Spectroscopy. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 69, 331 - 339 (2015).

OA: Kaniewska, P. et al. Transcriptomic Changes in Coral Holobionts Provide Insights into Physiological Challenges of Future Climate and Ocean Change. PLOS ONE 10, e0139223 (2015).

Teichert, N., Borja, A., Chust, G., Uriarte, A. & Lepage, M. Restoring fish ecological quality in estuaries: Implication of interactive and cumulative effects among anthropogenic stressors. Science of The Total Environment 542, 383 - 393 (2016).

OA: Kidé, S. Oumar, Manté, C., Dubroca, L., Demarcq, H. & Mérigot, B. Spatio-Temporal Dynamics of Exploited Groundfish Species Assemblages Faced to Environmental and Fishing Forcings: Insights from the Mauritanian Exclusive Economic Zone. PLOS ONE 10, e0141566 (2015).

A. Rocha, C. S., Reis-Henriques, M. Armanda, Galhano, V., Ferreira, M. & Guimarães, L. Toxicity of seven priority hazardous and noxious substances (HNSs) to marine organisms: Current status, knowledge gaps and recommendations for future research. Science of The Total Environment 542, 728 - 749 (2016).

Communication

Howell, A. P., Shaw, B. R. & Alvarez, G. Bait Shop Owners as Opinion Leaders: A Test of the Theory of Planned Behavior to Predict Pro-Environmental Outreach Behaviors and Intentions. Environment and Behavior 47, 1107 - 1126 (2015).

Community perceptions and attitudes

Howell, A. P., Shaw, B. R. & Alvarez, G. Bait Shop Owners as Opinion Leaders: A Test of the Theory of Planned Behavior to Predict Pro-Environmental Outreach Behaviors and Intentions. Environment and Behavior 47, 1107 - 1126 (2015).

Corals

Masuda, M. M. & Stone, R. P. Bayesian logistic mixed-effects modelling of transect data: relating red tree coral presence to habitat characteristics. ICES Journal of Marine Science fsv163 (2015).

OA: Magris, R. A., Heron, S. F. & Pressey, R. L. Conservation Planning for Coral Reefs Accounting for Climate Warming Disturbances. PLOS ONE 10, e0140828 (2015).

OA: Kaniewska, P. et al. Transcriptomic Changes in Coral Holobionts Provide Insights into Physiological Challenges of Future Climate and Ocean Change. PLOS ONE 10, e0139223 (2015).

Cumulative impacts

Teichert, N., Borja, A., Chust, G., Uriarte, A. & Lepage, M. Restoring fish ecological quality in estuaries: Implication of interactive and cumulative effects among anthropogenic stressors. Science of The Total Environment 542, 383 - 393 (2016).

Economics

OA: Scemama, P. & Levrel, H. Using Habitat Equivalency Analysis to Assess the Cost Effectiveness of Restoration Outcomes in Four Institutional Contexts. Environmental Management (2015).

Fisheries

OA: Kidé, S. Oumar, Manté, C., Dubroca, L., Demarcq, H. & Mérigot, B. Spatio-Temporal Dynamics of Exploited Groundfish Species Assemblages Faced to Environmental and Fishing Forcings: Insights from the Mauritanian Exclusive Economic Zone. PLOS ONE 10, e0141566 (2015).

OA: Brugère, C. & De Young, C. Assessing climate change vulnerability in fisheries and aquaculture. FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Technical Paper. FAO (2015).

Di Franco, A. et al. Dispersal of larval and juvenile seabream: Implications for Mediterranean marine protected areas. Biological Conservation 192, 361 - 368 (2015).

Governance and Legal Frameworks

May, C. K. Politics of visibility: Competing for legitimacy in North Carolina Fisheries Governance. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy (2015).

Marine Protected Areas (MPAs)

Di Franco, A. et al. Dispersal of larval and juvenile seabream: Implications for Mediterranean marine protected areas. Biological Conservation 192, 361 - 368 (2015).

OA: Jonsson, P. R., Jacobi, M. Nilsson & Moksnes, P.-O. How to select networks of marine protected areas for multiple species with different dispersal strategies. Diversity and Distributions (2015).

Marine/Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP)

OA: Augé, A. A., Lascelles, B. & Dias, M. P. Marine spatial planning for the Falkland Islands. ‘Methodology for identification of important areas for marine megafauna’ workshop report. (South Atlantic Environmental Research Institute, 2015).

Models and Simulations

Masuda, M. M. & Stone, R. P. Bayesian logistic mixed-effects modelling of transect data: relating red tree coral presence to habitat characteristics. ICES Journal of Marine Science fsv163 (2015).

Natural Sciences

OA: Schoeman, D. S. et al. Edging along a Warming Coast: A Range Extension for a Common Sandy Beach Crab. PLOS ONE 10, e0141976 (2015).

Remote Sensing

OA: Althaus, F. et al. A Standardised Vocabulary for Identifying Benthic Biota and Substrata from Underwater Imagery: The CATAMI Classification Scheme. PLOS ONE 10, e0141039 (2015).

Spatial patterns of species

Lehnert, H. & Stone, R. P. New species of sponges (Porifera, Demospongiae) from the Aleutian Islands and Gulf of Alaska. Zootaxa 4033, 451 (2015).

Tourism

Encyclopedia of Sustainable Tourism. 662 pp. CABI (2015).