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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 ...
    • An acoustic treatment to mitigate the effects of the apple snail on agriculture and natural ecosystems 

      Solé Carbonell, Marta; Fortuño Alós, Jose-Manuel; Van der Schaar, Mike Connor Roger Malcolm; André, Michel (MDPI, 2021-09-06)
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      Global change is the origin of increased occurrence of disturbance events in natural communities, with biological invasions constituting a major threat to ecosystem integrity and functioning. The apple snail (Pomacea ...
    • Commercial cuttlefish exposed to noise from offshore windmill construction show short-range acoustic trauma 

      Solé Carbonell, Marta; Vreese, Steffen de; Fortuño Alós, Jose-Manuel; Van der Schaar, Mike Connor Roger Malcolm; Sanchez Marero, Antonio; André, Michel (2022-11)
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      The installation of marine renewable energy devices (MREDs, wind turbines and converters of wave, tidal and ocean thermal energy) has increased quickly in the last decade. There is a lack of knowledge concerning the effects ...
    • 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 ...
    • Farmed salmon show no pathological alterations when exposed to acoustic treatment for sea lice infestation 

      Solé Carbonell, Marta; Constenla Matalobos, Maria; Lombarte Carrera, Antonio; Fortuño Alós, Jose-Manuel; Van der Schaar, Mike Connor Roger Malcolm; André, Michel (MDPI, 2021-10-14)
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      The use of bioacoustic methods to address sea lice infestation in salmonid farming is a promising innovative method but implies an exposure to sound that could affect the fish. An assessment of the effects of these techniques ...
    • 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)
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      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)
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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 ...