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Cet article replace le programme français d’extension juridique du plateau continental nommé EXTRAPLAC, intéressant notamment les 3 collectivités d’Outre-Mer du Pacifique (Nouvelle-Calédonie, Wallis et Futuna et Polynésie française) dans le contexte de la Convention des Nations Unies sur le Droit de la Mer. Il explicite le système de gouvernance de ce programme mis en place par les autorités de l’Etat. Un chapitre spécifique explicite les contraintes à respecter pour construire un dossier de [...]
2014.   Taï Kona
Gourguet Sophie, Thebaud Olivier, Dichmont C., Jennings S., Little L. R., Pascoe S., Deng R. A., Doyen L.
Balancing bio-economic risks and high profit expectations is often a major concern in fisheries management. We examine this trade-off in the context of the Australian Northern Prawn Fishery (NPF). The fishery derives its revenue from different prawn species with different dynamics and recruitment processes. A multi-species bio-economic and stochastic model is used to examine the trade-offs between mean profitability of the fishery and its variance, under a range of economic scenarios, fishing [...]
2014-03.   Ecological Economics
Granger Victoria, Fromentin Jean-Marc, Bez Nicolas, Relini Giulio, Meynard Christine, Gaertner Jean-Claude, Maiorano Porzia, Garcia Ruiz Cristina, Follesa Cristina, Gristina Michele, Peristeraki Panagiota, Brind'Amour Anik, Carbonara Pierluigi, Charilaou Charis, Esteban Antonio, Jadaud Angelique, Joksimovic Aleksandar, Kallianiotis Argyris, Kolitari Jerina, Manfredi Chiara, Massuti Enric, Mifsud Roberta, Quetglas Toni, Refes Wahid, Sbrana Mario, Vrgoc Nedo, Spedicato Maria Teresa, Mérigot Bastien
Increasing human pressures and global environmental change may severely affect the diversity of species assemblages and associated ecosystem services. Despite the recent interest in phylogenetic and functional diversity, our knowledge on large spatio-temporal patterns of demersal fish diversity sampled by trawling remains still incomplete, notably in the Mediterranean Sea, one of the most threatened marine regions of the world. We investigated large spatio-temporal diversity patterns by [...]
IN PRESS.   Progress in Oceanography
Fanget Anne-Sophie, Bassetti Maria Angela, Berne Serge, Arnaud Mireille
Depuis le Dernier Maximum Glaciaire, le Rhône, qui représente la source la plus importante d’eau douce et de sédiments en Méditerranée occidentale, a migré progressivement vers le nord-ouest en réponse à la remontée rapide du niveau de la mer au cours de la déglaciation et de l’Holocène inférieur. Suite à la stabilisation du niveau de la mer et à l’établissement d’un haut niveau marin au cours de l’Holocène moyen et supérieur, la migration naturelle et/ou anthropique de l’embouchure du Rhône [...]
2013-12.   Revue de Paléobiologie
The Expert Working Group meeting of the Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries EWG-14-03 on Evaluation/scoping of Management plans. Data analysis for support of the impact assessment for the management plan of Bay of Biscay anchovy (COM(2009)399 final) was held from 10-14 March 2014 in Varese, Italy. The report was reviewed and endorsed by the STECF during its plenary meeting held from 24 to 28 March 2014 in Brussels (Belgium).
2014.   Expertise
The second Planning Group on Economic Issues met in Berlin, from March 31 to April 4, 2014. The terms of reference for the meeting are given in section 2 (p.3). 21 representatives from 15 Member States and one expert, from each of the bodies: JRC, Eurostat and DG Mare, attended the meeting. PGECON is an operative meeting with a general aim to compare different approaches and to share different experiences. Participation is open to national experts involved in the implementation of the economic [...]
2014.   Rapport
The Planning Group on Economic Issues met in Salerno, from 16th to 19th April 2012. The terms of reference for the meeting are given in section 2.1. 27 experts from 16 Member States attended the meeting. PGECON is an operative meeting with a general aim to compare different approaches and to share different experiences. Participation is open to national experts involved in the implementation of the economic modules of the DCF. Attendance to the PGECON is expected to give useful inputs in [...]
2012.   Rapport
Après un rappel des objectifs, du fonctionnement et de la méthode d’interprétation des résultats du réseau de contrôle microbiologique REMI, ce rapport présente le bilan national et décrit le programme annuel pour le département de la Charente-Maritime. Il présente l’ensemble des résultats obtenus, en particulier l’estimation de la qualité des zones de production de coquillages classées et l’évolution de leur qualité sur la période 2011-2013. Le programme de surveillance 2013 a été réalisé à [...]
2014-10.   Rapport scientifique
O'Sullivan Louise, Roussel Erwan, Weightman Andrew J.., Webster Gordon, Hubert Casey, Bell Emma, Head Ian, Sass Henrik, Parkes John R.
Bacterial spores are widespread in marine sediments, including those of thermophilic, sulphate-reducing bacteria, which have a high minimum growth temperature making it unlikely that they grow in situ. These Desulfotomaculum spp. are thought to be from hot environments and are distributed by ocean currents. Their cells and spores upper temperature limit for survival is unknown, as is whether they can survive repeated high-temperature exposure that might occur in hydrothermal systems. This was [...]
IN PRESS.   The ISME journal (Multidisciplinary Journal of Microbial Ecology)
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