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Impacts of climate change on biodiversity in the Arctic

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About 84-90% of marine heatwaves can be attributed to anthropogenic climate warming.

The ecological role of the lagoons of southern Gabon for the recovery of fish stocks

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Philippe Archambault

Philippe Archambault

Philippe Archambault studies benthic ecology and the consequences of anthropogenic and natural disturbances on marine biodiversity and its functioning. It links fundamental and theoretical research on global change, particularly in the Arctic, and its effects on ecosystems to support their management.

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