For the week of 22 April 2019
Greetings OpenChannels Community Members,
Abstract: "Non-native species are a major driver of environmental change. In this study we assessed the ecological impact of the “worst” non-native species and the associated scientific and media publications through time to understand what influences interest in these species. Ecological effect was based on a qualitative assessment reported in research publications and additional searches of the scientific and media attention were conducted to determine published articles and assess attention. We did not detect a relationship between the number of publications for a non-native species and the magnitude of the ecological effects of that species or the number of citations. Media coverage on non-native species was low, only evident for less than 50% of the non-native species assessed. Media coverage was initially related to the number of scientific publications, but was short-lived. In contrast, the attention to individual non-native species in the scientific literature was sustained through time and often continued to increase over time. Time between detection of the non-native species and the scientific/media attention were reduced with each successive introduction to a new geographic location. Tracking publications on non-native species indicated that media attention does seem to be associated with the production of scientific research while scientific attention was not related to the magnitude of the ecological effects."
As always, if we've missed anything, please feel free to let us know. You may simply reply to this message, or you may email Allie directly at: abrown [at] openchannels.org.
You can read everything (not just the free stuff) we have found this week at https://www.openchannels.org/literature-update/2019-04-24. Additionally, you can browse literature by the week we've added it at https://www.openchannels.org/literature-by-week.
Thank you for being part of the OpenChannels Community,
– Allie Brown, Raye Evrard, and the rest of the OpenChannels Team
Blue Carbon & Sequestration
OA: Negandhi, K. et al. Blue carbon potential of coastal wetland restoration varies with inundation and rainfall. Scientific Reports 9, (2019).
Climate Change, Ocean Acidification, and Ocean Warming
Preprint: Zunino, S., Canu, D. Melaku, Zupo, V. & Solidoro, C. Direct and indirect impacts of marine acidification on the ecosystem services provided by coralligenous reefs and seagrass systems. Global Ecology and Conservation e00625 (2019). doi:10.1016/j.gecco.2019.e00625
Preprint: Genevier, L. G. C., Jamil, T., Raitsos, D. E., Krokos, G. & Hoteit, I. Marine heatwaves reveal coral reef zones susceptible to bleaching in the Red Sea. Global Change Biology(2019). doi:10.1111/gcb.14652
OA: Geraldi, N. R., Anton, A., Lovelock, C. E. & Duarte, C. M. Are the ecological effects of the “worst” marine invasive species linked with scientific and media attention?. PLOS ONE 14, e0215691 (2019).
Management and Management Effectiveness
OA: Bocci, M. et al. Multi-use of the sea: A wide array of opportunities from site-specific cases across Europe. PLOS ONE 14, e0215010 (2019).
OA: Bicknell, A. W. J., Sheehan, E. V., Godley, B. J., Doherty, P. D. & Witt, M. J. Assessing the impact of introduced infrastructure at sea with cameras: A case study for spatial scale, time and statistical power. Marine Environmental Research (In Press). doi:10.1016/j.marenvres.2019.04.007
Pollution and Marine Debris
OA: Everaert, G. et al. Risk assessment of microplastics in the ocean: Modelling approach and first conclusions. Environmental Pollution 242, 1930 - 1938 (2018).
Remote Sensing and GIS
OA: Gokul, E. Alias, Raitsos, D. E., Gittings, J. A., Alkawri, A. & Hoteit, I. Remotely sensing harmful algal blooms in the Red Sea. PLOS ONE 14, e0215463 (2019).
Vessel Traffic and Tracking, Shipping, and Ports
OA: Casas-Monroy, O. et al. Evaluating efficacy of filtration + UV-C radiation for ballast water treatment at different temperatures. Journal of Sea Research 133, 20 - 28 (2018).
OA: Bradie, J. et al. Catch me if you can: Comparing ballast water sampling skids to traditional net sampling. Journal of Sea Research 133, 81 - 87 (2018).