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Ángel E. Muñiz Piniella

Ángel E. Muñiz Piniella

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New Ocean challenges and opportunities fuel the need for enhanced marine and solution-oriented science communication. This Future Science Brief highlights the critical need to strengthen the marine science communication capacity in Europe, as well as develop dedicated training programs, engage in deeper and wider collaboration with stakeholders, an...
Technical Report
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This European Marine Board (EMB) Policy Brief raises awareness about dormant geological risks in European coastal regions, and makes recommendations for future research and policy. It summarises the main messages and recommendations from the recent EMB Position Paper Nº26 on “Marine Geohazards: Safeguarding Society and the Blue Economy from a Hidde...
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The publication presents an overview of the type, distribution and impact of marine geohazards in European coastal regions and on several Blue Economy sectors. It highlights novel scientific approaches that broaden our understanding of these hazards. The document points towards relevant actions that would ensure the development of effective risk-mi...
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This EMB Policy Brief focuses on in situ Ocean observations and highlights their benefits, funding and governance challenges, and the investment needed for their transformation and sustainability. In situ Ocean observations are all Ocean, seas or coastal observations, and complement remote sensing observations (e.g. from satellites). This Policy Br...
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Research vessels and their equipment are one of the most reliable means we have of accessing diverse marine environments to conduct research. The ocean and its inhabitants play a significant role in the changes facing the globe, and developing our understanding of marine ecosystems is therefore more important than ever. Marine research infrastructu...
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Maritime economy, ecosystem-based management and climate change adaptation and mitigation raise emerging needs on coastal ocean and biological observations. Integrated ocean observing aims at optimizing sampling strategies and cost-efficiency, sharing data and best practices, and maximizing the value of the observations for multiple purposes. Recen...
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Since OceanObs’09, the Global Ocean Observing System (GOOS) has evolved from its traditional focus on the ocean’s role in global climate. GOOS now also encompasses operational services and marine ecosystem health, from the open ocean into coastal environments where much of the world’s population resides. This has opened a field of opportunity for n...
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Europe lacks a multi-purpose integrated biological ocean observing system. The Future Science Brief recommends building an integrated biological ocean observation system, while supporting current capacity. Europe needs a strategic vision to increase the relevant biological ocean observation capacity. We also need to bring together key stakeholders,...
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The increase in atmospheric CO2 within the last century and its effect on climate change has urged the need for more research on the processes leading to carbon sequestration. In oceanic biogeochemistry, the ‘Biological Pump’ is the sum of a suite of biologically mediated processes transporting carbon from the euphotic zone to the ocean’s interior....
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To understand the impact of the northwestern Azores Current Front (NW-AzC/AzF) system on HCO3--and N2-fixation activities and unicellular diazotrophic cyanobacteria (UCYN) distribution, we combined geochemical and biological approaches from the oligotrophic surface to upper mesopelagic waters. N2-fixation was observed to sustain 45-85% of the HCO3-...
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Les travaux présentés ici concernent la détection par différentes approches méthodologiques de la fixation de N2, de la surface jusqu’à 200 m de profondeur, le long d’un transect Nord-Sud traversant le Front des Açores près de la Dorsale Médio-Atlantique (33°W, campagne DIAPICNA, été 2011). Des mesures de fixation de 15N2 couplées à l’incorporation...

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