This article supports SDGs 13 and 14 because it confirmed the significant correlation observed between flux and river discharge in Bhagirathi, a turbulent Himalayan river. Himalayan rivers are considered the most sensitive of all the ecosystems to the impact of climate change.
This article examines the extent to which Marine Protected Area can fit for purpose in Western Indian Ocean, in the context of global warming.
Bay of Bengal (BoB) has immense significance with respect to ecological diversity and natural resources. Studies on microbial profiling and their functional significance at sediment level of BoB remain poorly represented. Herein, we describe the microbial diversity and metabolic potentials of BOB deep-sea sediment samples by subjecting the metagenomes to Nanopore sequencing.

Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology -Part A : Molecular and Integrative Physiology, Volume 272, October 2022

This article advances SDG # 14 by looking at the impact that environmental changes and anthropogenic threats are having on marine mammals through the assessment of different stress biomarkers in certain body tissues of chronically affected and bycaught striped dolphins.
This article reports the significant climate mitigation and adaptation efforts via marine conservation activities.
How serious is the pollution in the Mediterranean area by mircoplastics? This review paper analyzes the abundance, the marine contamination, and accumulation of mircoplastics in the Mediterranean basin. Also the impacts on the economic and environmental sector, and effects by country on general health and marine life.
This article introduces the concept of blue economy and how such a framework can help to improve sustainable development of oceans.
This articles identifies the current issues in the governance of global marine protected areas, and propose viable solutions to address those issues to enable effective marine governance.

Science Bulletin, Volume 67, 15 September 2022

Big Earth Data infrastructure must further condense and abstract common workloads and application models with consideration for the features of Big Earth Data and the typical needs of SDG-related applications.Systems should be designed and built based on benchmarks, with integration and scheduling of services and resources as a central focus (e.g., high-performance, high-throughput, intelligent computing and cloud services). Focusing on transparent data access and efficient data circulation will help integrate software and hardware for increased performance, capacity, and flexibility.
Through this review, we highlight how harbours can be used as “in situ laboratories” given the variety of anthropogenic stressors (such as plastic, chemical, sound, light pollution, and invasive species) that can be simultaneously investigated in harbours over long periods of time.