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The social and economic benefits of the coastal zone make it one of the most treasured environments on our planet. Yet it is vulnerable to increasing anthropogenic pressure and climate change. Coastal management aims to mitigate these pressures while augmenting the socio-economic benefits the coastal region has to offer. However, coastal management is(More)
Eutrophication is a process resulting from an increase in anthropogenic nutrient inputs from rivers and other sources, the consequences of which can include enhanced algal biomass, changes in plankton community composition and oxygen depletion near the seabed. Within the context of the Marine Strategy Framework Directive, indicators (and associated(More)
Climate change has already altered the distribution of marine fishes. Future predictions of fish distributions and catches based on bioclimate envelope models are available, but to date they have not considered interspecific interactions. We address this by combining the species-based Dynamic Bioclimate Envelope Model (DBEM) with a size-based trophic model.(More)
In Fig 2, the values for the background sea-surface temperature (SST) scale are incorrectly labeled. The label for panel A should be 15.0 16.3 17.7 19.0, the label for panel B should be 16.3 17.0 17.7, and the label for panel C should be 17.4. Please see the corrected Fig 2 here. access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution(More)
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