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    • 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 ...
    • 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)
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      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 ...
    • 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 ...