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Spatial flow and sedimentation patterns within patches of epibenthic structures: Combining field, flume and modelling experiments
Coral Reef Fish Detection and Recognition in Underwater Videos by Supervised Machine Learning: Comparison Between Deep Learning and HOG+SVM Methods
- S. Villon, M. Chaumont, G. Subsol, S. Villéger, T. Claverie, D. Mouillot
- Computer ScienceACIVS
- 24 October 2016
Two supervised machine learning methods to automatically detect and recognize coral reef fishes in underwater HD videos using a traditional two-step approach and a Deep Learning method based on Deep Learning.
Reconstructing Greenland ice sheet runoff using coralline algae
The Greenland ice sheet (GrIS) contains the largest store of fresh water in the Northern Hemisphere, equivalent to ∼7.4 m of eustatic sea-level rise, but its impacts on current, past, and future sea…
A Morphospace for Reef Fishes: Elongation Is the Dominant Axis of Body Shape Evolution
It is found that evolutionary changes in body shape along an axis of elongation dominates diversification in reef fishes, suggesting a role for a range of developmental processes and functional consequences.
MODULARITY AND SCALING IN FAST MOVEMENTS: POWER AMPLIFICATION IN MANTIS SHRIMP
Scaling and modularity in the powerful predatory appendages of a mantis shrimp, Gonodactylaceus falcatus, are examined to indicate that each functional unit belongs to different developmental modules in a power‐amplified system, potentially allowing independent evolution of the engine, amplifier, and tool.
Rumbling in the benthos: acoustic ecology of the California mantis shrimp Hemisquilla californiensis
- E. Staaterman, C. Clark, A. Gallagher, M. S. deVries, T. Claverie, S. Patek
- Environmental Science
- 4 August 2011
This work tested several hypotheses about the field acoustics of a benthic marine crustacean, Hemisquilla califor niensis, and suggested that during certain time periods, multiple mantis shrimp in the vicinity of the hydro phone produce sounds.
A Deep learning method for accurate and fast identification of coral reef fishes in underwater images
Global status and conservation potential of reef sharks
The results reveal the profound impact that fishing has had on reef shark populations: no sharks on almost 20% of the surveyed reefs, and shark depletion was strongly related to socio-economic conditions such as the size and proximity of the nearest market, poor governance and the density of the human population.
MODULARITY AND RATES OF EVOLUTIONARY CHANGE IN A POWER‐AMPLIFIED PREY CAPTURE SYSTEM
The morphological and biomechanical integration of this system at a macroevolutionary scale and the presence of variable rates of evolution reveal a balance between structural constraints, functional variation, and the “roles of development and genetics” in evolutionary diversification.
Functional significance of an unusual chela dimorphism in a marine decapod: specialization as a weapon?
The arched morphology in M. rugosa appears to have evolved in males by means of sexual selection because it enhanced the function of the chela as a weapon, while retaining functionality for feeding.