Elsevier,

Methods in Stream Ecology: Third Edition, Volume 1, 20 February 2017

This book chapter advances SDG 14 by outlining the use of behavioral observations, gut content and fecal analyses, morphological measurements, and stable isotopes for drawing inferences about the trophic ecology of stream fishes. These methods allow insights at the level of individuals, populations, communities, and entire food webs. Using multiple methods in concert provides a rich perspective on how dietary differences among fish species affect stream ecology.
To advance goal 14 (life below water), age and growth studies have been carried out on fish so that scientists and fisheries can better understand exploitation rates and assess stock levels.
Elsevier, Marine Policy, Volume 74, 1 December 2016
Changing forms of seafood consumption in China hold immense significance for the marine ecosystems that supply this market, and are a fundamentally important challenge to address for global environmen
Increasing interest in deep-seabed mining has raised many questions surrounding its potential environmental impacts and how to assess the impacts’ significance.
Among the tools used to measure sustainability in aquaculture, sets of indicators allow a holistic view of a system in its social, environmental, and economic dimensions.
This book chapter advances SDGs 3 and 14 by detailing the most common aquatic contaminants.
This book chapter advances SDGs 14 and 3 by discussing the history of aquatic contamination, highlighting major cases where aquatic contamination has become an issue and cases where efficient solutions to environmental problems have been reached.
Elsevier,

Aquatic Ecotoxicology: Advancing Tools for Dealing with Emerging Risks, Volume , July 13, 2015

This book chapter advances SDGs 3 and 14 by describing the major genomic, proteomic, metabolomic, and fluxomic approaches developed in aquatic ecotoxicology.
Elsevier,

Aquatic Ecotoxicology: Advancing Tools for Dealing with Emerging Risks, July 13, 2015

This book chapter advances SDGs 3 and 14 by providing an overview of ecotoxicological tools currently used for risk assessment in aquatic media, improving risk assessments, biological tools, and emerging concerns.

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