Pierre Boissery, Philippe Lenfant, Gilles Lecaillon, Anaïs Gudefin, Sebastien Fonbonne, Mohamed Selfati, Najib El Ouamari, Robert Brunet, Free Espinosa, Hocein Bazairi, Chapter 7 - The ecological restoration: A way forward the conservation of marine biodiversity, Editor(s): Free Espinosa,
Coastal Habitat Conservation, Academic Press, 2023, Pages 171-191, ISBN 9780323856133

This content aligns with Goal 14: Life under Water by stressing the import of ecological restoration to preserve marine biodiversity.

The Lancet Regional Health - Europe, Volume 24, January 2023, 100577

The editorial calls for action to reduce noise pollution that has detrimental impact on humans, terrestrial and marine life

Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology -Part A : Molecular and Integrative Physiology, Volume 274, December 2022

This article advances SDG # 15 and SDG # 14 by highlighting the value of the use of haematology in identifying changing patterns of health among seabirds which may serve as an early indicator of breeding failure, overwintering mortality, and population declines.
This is a really interesting paper of the risks that Northwest Atlantic poses on the leatherback turtle, such as plastic bags and rope.
This paper highlights the alarming rate of which levels of chemicals are being found in seawater.
This paper identifies the socioeconomic and ecological factors that can stimulate the implementation of Nature Based Solutions in developing economies
How to determinemicroplatsctis in samples in a green way? Often sample preparation steps involve environmentally harmful chemicals. This artcile decsibes a robust, efficient and green sample preparation with a high separation quality.
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.