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The Impossible Sustainability of the Bay of Brest? Fifty Years of Ecosystem Changes, Interdisciplinary Knowledge Construction and Key Questions at the Science-Policy-Community Interface

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In this contribution, the study of the Bay of Brest ecosystem changes over the past 50 years is used to explore the construction of interdisciplinary knowledge and raise key questions that now need to be tackled at the science-policy-communities interface. The Bay of Brest is subject to a combination of several aspects of global change, including excessive nutrient inputs from watersheds and the proliferation of invasive species. These perturbations strongly interact, affecting positively or negatively the ecosystem functioning, with important impacts on human activities. We first relate a cascade of events over these five decades, linking farming activities, nitrogen, and silicon biogeochemical cycles, hydrodynamics of the Bay, the proliferation of an exotic benthic suspension feeder, the development of the Great scallop fisheries and the high biodiversity in maerl beds.

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keyboard_arrow_right Titre : The Impossible Sustainability of the Bay of Brest? Fifty Years of Ecosystem Changes, Interdisciplinary Knowledge Construction and Key Questions at the Science-Policy-Community Interface
keyboard_arrow_right Type de documentation : Articles
keyboard_arrow_right Auteur(s) personne(s) : Ragueneau, Olivier , Raimonet, Melanie , Mazé Camille, Coston-Guarini Jennifer, Chauvaud, Laurent , Danto Anatole, Grall Jacques, JEAN Frédéric , Paulet Yves- Marie, Thouzeau, Gerard
keyboard_arrow_right Date de publication : 1 avril 2018
keyboard_arrow_right Editeur(s) : Frontiers Media
keyboard_arrow_right Tags thématiques : écosystème, changement écologique, eutrophisation
keyboard_arrow_right Langue : Anglais
keyboard_arrow_right Collection : Frontiers in Marine Science
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