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    • A critical period of susceptibility to sound in the sensory cells of cephalopod hatchlings 

      Solé Carbonell, Marta; Lenoir, Marc; Fortuño Alós, Jose-Manuel; Van der Schaar, Mike Connor Roger Malcolm; André, Michel (2018-01-01)
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      The cephalopod statocyst and lateral line systems are sensory organs involved in orientation and balance. Lateral lines allow cephalopods to detect particle motion and are used for locating prey or predators in low light ...
    • A proteomic analysis of the statocyst endolymph in common cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis): an assessment of acoustic trauma after exposure to sound 

      Solé Carbonell, Marta; Monge Azemar, Marta; André, Michel; Quero López, Carme (Nature, 2019-12-01)
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      Here, the proteomic analysis of the endolymph was performed before and after sound exposure to assess the efects of exposure to low intensity, low frequency sounds on the statocyst endolymph of the Mediterranean common ...
    • Best practices in management, assessment and control of underwater noise pollution 

      André, Michel; Morell, Maria; Alex, Mas; Solé Carbonell, Marta; Van der Schaar, Mike Connor Roger Malcolm; Houégnigan, Ludwig; Zaugg, Serge Alain; Castell Balaguer, Joan Vicent (2009-06-30)
      External research report
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      The origin of this work can be found in the project ‘Effects and Control of Anthropogenic Noise in Marine Ecosystems’ in the part relative to legal initiatives. In the first phase of the Report on this Project (December ...
    • Does exposure to noise from human activities compromise sensory information from cephalopod statocysts? 

      Solé Carbonell, Marta; Lenoir, Marc; Durfort, Mercè; López Bejar, Manel; Lombarte Carrera, Antonio; Van der Schaar, Mike Connor Roger Malcolm; André, Michel (2013-10-15)
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      Many anthropogenic noise sources are nowadays contributing to the general noise budget of the oceans. The extent to which sound in the sea impacts and affects marine life is a topic of considerable current interest both ...
    • Evidence of Cnidarians sensitivity to sound after exposure to low frequency underwater sources 

      Solé Carbonell, Marta; Lenoir, Marc; Fortuño Alós, Jose-Manuel; Durfort, Mercè; Van der Schaar, Mike Connor Roger Malcolm; André, Michel (Macmillan Publishers, 2016-12-21)
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      Jellyfishes represent a group of species that play an important role in oceans, particularly as a food source for different taxa and as a predator of fish larvae and planktonic prey. The massive introduction of artificial ...
    • Imaging techniques to study the effects of low frequency sounds on cephalopods spp. 

      Solé Carbonell, Marta; Lombarte, Antonio; López Bejar, Manel; Mas, Àlex; André, Michel (SARTI (Technological Development Centre of Remote Acquisition and Data processing Systems), 2010-07-20)
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      The introduction of artificial sound sources in the marine environment has shown to have negative effects on marine organisms. While marine mammals have attracted most of the attention of the research conducted in that ...
    • Marine mammal acoustic detections in the Greenland and Barents Sea, 2013 – 2014 seasons 

      de Vreese, Steffen; Van der Schaar, Mike Connor Roger Malcolm; Weissenberger, Jürgen; Erbs, Florence; Kosecka, Monika; Solé Carbonell, Marta; André, Michel (Nature, 2018-12-01)
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      While the Greenland and Barents Seas are known habitats for several cetacean and pinniped species there is a lack of long-term monitoring data in this rapidly changing environment. Moreover, little is known of the ambient ...
    • Modeling the underwater noise associated to the construction and operation of offshore wind turbines 

      Castell Balaguer, Joan Vicent; Schaar, Mike van der; Mas, Àlex; Zaugg, Serge Alain; Houégnigan, Ludwig; Morell Ybarz, María; Solé Carbonell, Marta; André, Michel (SARTI (Technological Development Centre of Remote Acquisition and Data processing Systems), 2010-07-20)
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      The operation and in particular the construction of offshore wind converters induce considerable underwater noise emissions. It is assumed that small whales and seals can be affected by noise from machines and vessels, ...
    • Offshore exposure experiments on cuttlefish indicate received sound pressure and particle motion levels associated with acoustic trauma 

      Solé Carbonell, Marta; Sigray, Peter; Lenoir, Marc; Van der Schaar, Mike Connor Roger Malcolm; Lalander, Emilia; André, Michel (Macmillan Publishers, 2017-04-05)
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      Recent findings on cephalopods in laboratory conditions showed that exposure to artificial noise had a direct consequence on the statocyst, sensory organs, which are responsible for their equilibrium and movements in the ...
    • Statocyst sensory epithelia ultrastructural analysis of Cephalopods exposed to noise 

      Solé Carbonell, Marta (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, 2012-06-26)
      Doctoral thesis
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      Controlled Exposure Experiments revealed lesions in the statocysts of four cephalopod species of the Mediterranean Sea (Sepia officinalis, Loligo vulgaris, Illex coindetii and Octopus vulgaris), when exposed to relatively ...
    • Ultrastructural damage of "loligo vulgaris" and "illex coindetii" statocysts after low frequency sound exposure 

      Solé Carbonell, Marta; Lenoir, Marc; Durfort, Mercè; López Bejar, Manel; Lombarte Carrera, Antonio; André, Michel (2013-10-15)
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      There is a considerable lack of information concerning marine invertebrate sensitivity to sound exposure. However, recent findings on cuttlefish and octopi showed that exposure to artificial noise had a direct consequence ...