7 Works

Supplementary data for: From genomics to integrative taxonomy? The case study of Pocillopora corals

Nicolas Oury, Cyril Noel, Stefano Mona, Didier Aurelle & Hélène Magalon
With the advent of genomics, sequencing thousands of loci from hundreds of individuals now appears feasible at reasonable costs, allowing complex phylogenies to be resolved. This is particularly relevant for cnidarians, for which insufficient data due to the small number of currently available markers, coupled with difficulties in inferring gene trees and morphological incongruences, encrypts species boundaries, thereby blurring the study and conservation of these organisms. Yet, can genomics alone be used to delimit species...

Supplementary: Simulating neodymium isotopes in the ocean component of the FAMOUS general circulation model (XPDAA): sensitivities to reversible scavenging efficiency and benthic source distributions

Suzanne Robinson, Ruza Ivanovic, Lauren Gregoire, Julia Tindall, Tina van de Flierdt, Yves Plancherel, Frerk Pöppelmeier, Kazuyo & Paul Valdes
The neodymium (Nd) isotopic composition of seawater is a widely used ocean circulation tracer. However, uncertainty in quantifying the global ocean Nd budget, particularly constraining elusive non-conservative processes, remains a major challenge. A substantial increase in modern seawater Nd measurements from the GEOTRACES programme coupled with recent hypotheses that a seafloor-wide benthic Nd flux to the ocean may govern global Nd isotope distributions (εNd) presents an opportunity to develop a new scheme specifically designed to...

Data from: Shifts in growth light optima among diatom species support their succession during the spring bloom in the Arctic

Dany Croteau, Thomas Lacour, Nicolas Schiffrine, Philippe-Israël Morin, Marie-Hélène Forget, Flavienne Bruyant, Joannie Ferland, Augustin Lafond, Douglas Campbell, Jean-Éric Tremblay, Marcel Babin & Johann Lavaud
Diatoms of the Arctic Ocean annually experience extreme changes of light environment linked to photoperiodic cycles and seasonal variations of the snow and sea-ice cover extent and thickness which attenuate light penetration in the water column. Arctic diatom communities exploit this complex seasonal dynamic through a well-documented species succession during spring, beginning in sea-ice and culminating in massive phytoplankton blooms underneath sea-ice and in the marginal ice zone. The pattern of diatom taxa sequentially dominating...


Philippe PAROLA

Energetic mismatch induced by warming decreases leaf litter decomposition by aquatic detritivores

Tom Réveillon, Thibaut Rota, Eric Chauvet, Antoine Lecerf & Arnaud Sentis
1. The balance of energetic losses and gains is of paramount importance for understanding and predicting the persistence of populations and ecosystem processes in a rapidly changing world. Previous studies suggested that metabolic rate often increases faster with warming than resource ingestion rate, leading to an energetic mismatch at high temperature. However, little is known about the ecological consequences of this energetic mismatch for population demography and ecosystem functions. 2. Here, we combined laboratory experiments...

Water availability rather than temperature control soil fauna community structure and prey-predator interactions

Adriane Aupic-Samain, Virginie Baldy, Ninon Delcourt, Paul Henning Krogh, Thierry Gauquelin, Catherine Fernandez & Mathieu Santonja
The ongoing climate change may strongly impact soil biodiversity with cascading effects on the processes they drive. Thus, it is of prime interest to improve our knowledge about responses by soil organisms such as collembolans to expected shifts in environmental conditions by considering communities comprising both detritivores and predators. The aim of the present study was to evaluate how simulated climate change and predation under laboratory conditions alter a collembolan community. To infer the impact...



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