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  • The Mediterranean Sea regime shift at the end of the 1980s, and intriguing parallelisms with other European basins. 

    Conversi, A; Fonda Umani, S; Peluso, T; Molinero, JC; Santojanni, A; Edwards, M (United States, 2010-05-19)
    BACKGROUND: Regime shifts are abrupt changes encompassing a multitude of physical properties and ecosystem variables, which lead to new regime conditions. Recent investigations focus on the changes in ecosystem diversity ...
  • Ocean acidification impairs vermetid reef recruitment. 

    Milazzo, M; Rodolfo-Metalpa, R; Chan, VBS; Fine, M; Alessi, C; Thiyagarajan, V; Hall-Spencer, JM; Chemello, R (England, 2014-02-28)
    Vermetids form reefs in sub-tropical and warm-temperate waters that protect coasts from erosion, regulate sediment transport and accumulation, serve as carbon sinks and provide habitat for other species. The gastropods ...

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