Emna Ben Lamine

Emna Ben Lamine
Université Côte d'Azur · UMR 7035 ECOSEAS

PhD in Fisheries/ Marine environment
Teacher and researcher associate at The University Côte d'Azur

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Introduction
Dr. Emna Ben Lamine is a marine ecologist. She has an engineer’s degree in fisheries science, followed by a master’s degree in marine ecosystem production from the National Agronomic Institute of Tunis (INAT, Tunisia). She has a PhD, from the Côte d’Azur University (France) and the INAT, dealing with fisheries and marine environment science. So far, her research involved a great deal with fisheries ecological and socio-economic attributes, monitoring fish assemblages in marine protected areas (MPAs), citizen sciences and communication with fishermen. Passionate about the marine environment, she wants to pursue her experience in marine species monitoring, fisheries and MPAs science and Marine Systematic Conservation Planning (MSCP).
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May 2020 - present
Université Côte d'Azur
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  • PostDoc Position

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Publications (12)
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Fisheries and aquaculture are facing many challenges worldwide, especially adaptation to climate change. Investigating future distributional changes of largely harvested species has become an extensive research topic, aiming at providing realistic ecological scenarios on which to build management measures, to help fisheries and aquaculture adapt to...
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Fisheries and aquaculture are facing many challenges worldwide, especially adaptation to climate change. Investigating future distributional changes of largely harvested species has become an extensive research topic, aiming at providing realistic ecological scenarios on which to build management measures, to help fisheries and aquaculture adapt to...
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A correction to this paper has been published: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10531-021-02181-z
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The United Arab Emirates (UAE) host valuable coastal and marine biodiversity that is subjected to multiple pressures under extreme conditions. To mitigate impacts on marine ecosystems, the UAE protects almost 12% of its Exclusive Economic Zone. This study mapped and validated the distribution of key coastal and marine habitats, species and critical...
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The waters of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) host a diversity of marine and coastal habitats that are under increasing pressure from multiple anthropogenic activities related to rapid economic growth. In response, Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) currently cover 12% of the UAE’s coastal and marine zones. The UAE National Biodiversity Strategy and Acti...
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Commercial small-scale fishing in the Mediterranean Sea accounts for more than 80% of the commercial fishing fleet. Commercial small-scale fishing competes with non-professional fishing, such as recreational and illegal fishing. Fisheries statistics usually fail to report non-professional fishing data. The aim of this study was to investigate the c...
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The present study investigated coastal fish assemblages, using Underwater Visual Census (UVC) transects, in Tunisia (south Mediterranean basin). The rationale behind this work is to get i) a suggestive evidence about the status of fish assemblages, and ii) baseline data at 3 locations in Tunisia where 3 MPAs will be established, before the implemen...
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Resource monitoring is a key issue in ecosystem management especially for marine protected areas (MPAs), where information on the composition and structure of fish assemblages is crucial to design a sound management plan. Data on fish assemblage are usually collected using Underwater Visual Censuses (UVC). However, fish assemblages monitoring in MP...
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Scientific monitoring is the key to reliable information in Tunisian future MPAs, where management plans are being established. This crucial step comes with the need to choose appropriate methods, metrics and indicators for monitoring parameter that are important to assess MPAs effectivness. Therefore, the purpose of this manuscript is to select, a...
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Three specimens of silver-cheeked toadfish, Lagocephalus sceleratus (Gmelin, 1789), were caught on eastern coasts of Algeria during the winter of 2013–2014. This is the first record of this invasive species from Algeria, providing further evidence of its occurrence along north-African coasts and confirming its entry into the Western basin of the Me...
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Representatives of the family Tetraodontidae are marine and estuarine fishes distributed in tropical and subtropical areas of the Atlantic-, Indian-, and Pacific Oceans. This family comprises 26 genera and 189 species (Froese and Pauly 2014), among which nine can be found in the Mediterranean (Akyol et al. 2005, Corsini et al. 2005, Golani et al. 2...

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Spanning 2 years, this project aims to support United Arab Emirates long-term vision on designing a representative network of Marine Protected Areas. The project will have two main outcomes: 1) a coastal and marine habitat map for the Arabian Gulf Emirates 2) the identification of Areas of Particular Importance for Marine Biodiversity