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Spatial congruence between multiple stressors in the Mediterranean Sea may reduce its resilience to climate impacts

Check out our new paper on multiple stressors in the Mediterranean Sea Ramírez, F., Coll, M., Navarro, J., Bustamante, J., Green, A., 2018. Spatial congruence between multiple stressors in the Mediterranean Sea may reduce its resilience to climate impacts. Scientific Reports 8, 14871. https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-018-33237-w

Scientists Warning to Humanity

I signed the #ScientistsWarningtoHumanity https://doi.org/10.1093/biosci/bix125 and other scientists can still help by endorsing the article here: http://scientistswarning.forestry.oregonstate.edu/ Join the effort!

Kelpex Off the Deep End!

Within Kelpex project, WP3 team started the research cruise. This part of the KELPEX project will look at the movement and influence of kelp on deep-sea communities. http://www.kelpex.org/single-post/2017/04/27/Off-the-deep-end

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Opportunity to develop a MSc thesis on Kelp Ecology

Under the project KELPEX (Kelp export: fuel for adjacent communities in changing artic ecosystems? http://www.niva.no/kelpex) we are offering a MSc thesis on kelp ecology. KELPEX is a multidisciplinary project integrating research in kelp forest, biodiversity, coastal and deep-sea ecology and modelling, to determine the role played by kelp export in shaping the structure and function […]