Here, we examine potential contributions of trophic ecology to coral restoration. We provide a comprehensive review of coral reef restoration literature to quantify how these pathways have been considered by restoration practitioners to date and how they have been applied to enhance restoration success.
This article supports SDGs 2, 12 and 14 by exploring a transdisciplinary approach and plausible trajectories for China's projected production, consumption and trade of seafood to 2030.
This article supports SDGs 2, 12, and 14 by synthesizing life cycle assessments and impact mapping methodologies, giving guidance for mapping the environmental pressures associated with food production systems.
Elsevier,

Case Studies in Chemical and Environmental Engineering, Volume 2, September 2020, 100026

This journal article advances SDG 6 by proposing a dataset known as AquaTrash which is based on TACO data set and applying a proposed state-of-the-art deep learning-based object detection model known as AquaVision over AquaTrash dataset.
Elsevier,

 

One Earth,
Volume 2, Issue 6,
2020,
Pages 506-509

In this Commentary, we outline how rewilding could reduce the negative effects of climate extremes on biodiversity mainly by protecting and creating microhabitats.
Protecting the ocean has become a major goal of international policy as human activities increasingly endanger the integrity of the ocean ecosystem, often summarized as “ocean health.” By and large, e
Sharks are a taxon of significant conservation concern and associated public interest.
Elsevier,

Current Opinion in Insect Science, Volume 40, 2020, Pages 31-38, ISSN 2214-5745

Insects support life on land (SDG 15) and below water (SDG 14) and help to provide clean water (SDG 6). While many studies have quantified the ecological services provided by insects in the temperate zones, we still lack consolidated information in the tropical realm where insects are the most diverse and abundant.
Elsevier,

Biological Conservation, Volume 246, June 2020, 108571

This article addresses goals 13, 14 and 15 by discussing how COVID-19 is impacting biodiversity, the research needed by conservation biologists, and their ability to protect ecosystems.
Elsevier,

Biological Conservation, Volume 246, June 2020, 108524

This journal article addresses goals 13, 14 and 15 by discussing how IPBES and WWF publish global indicators of biodiversity which can be seen as scientifically highly questionable, generate simplistic and often misleading headlines in the media, and get in the way of proper science reporting.

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