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Future Trends of Mediterranean Biodiversity

Autor Templado, José
Palabras clave Mediterranean Sea
Natural changes
Anthropogenic impacts
Global change
Episodic events
Fecha de publicación 2014
Citación The Mediterranean Sea: Its history and present challenges (28): 479-498 (2014)
ResumenThis chapter focuses on analysing the current biodiversity of the Mediterranean Sea and the changes that are taking place on a human time scale (decades). Some of the changes observed may be sometimes interpreted as natural changes (cyclical, episodic or catastrophic), but most of them are of human origin. Each of the main anthropogenic impacts (habitat fragmentation and loss, overfi shing and exploitation of living resources, pollution, species introductions and others) are analysed separately, although it is noted that predictions of how all the impacts interact synergistically are necessary. Furthermore, the effects of the so called “global change” (including both global warming and ocean acidifi cation) on Mediterranean biodiversity are highlighted. It also deals about some episodic events (mass mortalities, jellyfi sh blooms, noxious algal blooms, proliferation of mucilages) caused by a combination of different impacts. Finally, some predictions are done about the near future of marine biodiversity in the Mediterranean Sea and some suggestions to address the problem are given.
Versión del editorhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-007-6704-1_28
URI http://hdl.handle.net/10261/123171
ISBN 978-94-007-6704-1
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