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    • Acoustics in water: synergies with marine biology 

      Van der Schaar, Mike Connor Roger Malcolm; Lahmann, Robert; Graf, Kay; Houégnigan, Ludwig; Solsona Berga, Alba; Vreese, Steffen de; Sánchez, Antonio; André, Michel (2016)
      Conference lecture
      Open Access
      This paper presents some of the bioacoustics related analysis that was performed on the ANTARES data, focussing on the year 2014. The data was processed for sperm whale, dolphin and shipping presence and grouped by hour ...
    • Arctic anthropogenic sound contributions from seismic surveys during summer 2013 

      Van der Schaar, Mike Connor Roger Malcolm; Haugerud, Anja J.; Weissenberger, Jürgen; Vreese, Steffen de; André, Michel (2017-06-13)
      Article
      Open Access
      Statoil deployed three acoustic recorders from fall 2013 to 2014 in the Arctic region as part of a broad scientific campaign. One recorder was installed in the Barentsz Sea south-east of Spitsbergen. Two other recorders ...
    • Marine mammals stranding: guidelines for post-mortem investigations of cetaceans & pinnipeds 

      Jauniaux, Thierry; André, Michel; Dabin, Willy; Vreese, Steffen de; Gillet, Amandine; Morell, Maria (2019-07-01)
      External research report
      Open Access
    • Morphological evidence for the sensitivity of the ear canal of odontocetes as shown by immunohistochemistry and transmission electron microscopy 

      Vreese, Steffen de; André, Michel; Cozzi, Bruno; Centelleghe, Cinzia; Van der Schaar, Mike Connor Roger Malcolm; Mazzariol, Sandro (Nature, 2020-03-06)
      Article
      Open Access
      The function of the external ear canal in cetaceans is still under debate and its morphology is largely unknown. Immunohistochemical (IHC) analyses using antibodies specific for nervous tissue (anti-S100, anti-NSE, anti-NF, ...
    • Morphology of the external ear canal in toothed whales 

      Vreese, Steffen de; André, Michel; Mazzariol, Sandro (American Institute of Physics (AIP), 2019-07)
      Article
      Open Access
      Like all mammals, toothed whales possess an outer, middle, and inner ear, all of which present major evolutionary adaptations to underwater hearing. Moreover, the development of acoustical fat bodies, which collect and ...
    • Pathology of coronavirus infections : a review of lesions in animals in the One-Health perspective 

      Zappulli, Valentina; Ferro, Silvia; Bonsembiante, Federico; Brocca, Ginevra; Calore, Alessandro; Cavicchioli, Laura; Centelleghe, Cinzia; Corazzola, Giorgia; Vreese, Steffen de; Mazzariol, Sandro (Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI), 2020-12-11)
      Article
      Open Access
      Coronaviruses (CoVs) are worldwide distributed RNA-viruses affecting several species, including humans, and causing a broad spectrum of diseases. Historically, they have not been considered a severe threat to public ...
    • Sea lice are sensitive to low frequency sounds 

      Solé Carbonell, Marta; Lenoir, Marc; Fortuño Alós, Jose-Manuel; Vreese, Steffen de; Van der Schaar, Mike Connor Roger Malcolm; André, Michel (MDPI, 2021-07-12)
      Article
      Open Access
      The salmon louse Lepeophtheirus salmonis is a major disease problem in salmonids farming and there are indications that it also plays a role in the decline of wild salmon stocks. This study shows the first ultrastructural ...
    • Seagrass Posidonia is impaired by human-generated noise 

      Solé Carbonell, Marta; Lenoir, Marc; Durfort, Mercè; Fortuño Alós, Jose-Manuel; Van der Schaar, Mike Connor Roger Malcolm; Vreese, Steffen de; André, Michel (2021-06-15)
      Article
      Open Access
      The last hundred years have seen the introduction of many sources of artificial noise in the sea environment which have shown to negatively affect marine organisms. Little attention has been devoted to how much this noise ...