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Identifying sea scallops from benthic camera images

Prasanna Kannappan, Justin H. Walker, Art Trembanis, Herbert G. Tanner
2014 Limnology and Oceanography : Methods  
and counting, based on low-resolution imagery data obtained in the organisms' 442 natural environment.  ...  A third pattern is a 276 yellowish tinge associated with the composition of the scallop image (Figure 4(b)).277 Learning 278 A customized TDVA algorithm can be designed to sift automatically through the  ... 
doi:10.4319/lom.2014.12.680 fatcat:gimcn2myv5gsrppae6ohhodc5u

Extraction Method of Scallop Area from Sand Seabed Images

Koichiro ENOMOTO, Masashi TODA, Yasuhiro KUWAHARA
2014 IEICE transactions on information and systems  
In Tokoro, Japan, scallop farms are located on gravel and sand seabed. Seabed images are necessary to visually estimate the number of scallops of a particular farm.  ...  In the sand field, we can see only the shelly rim because the scallop is covered with sand and opens and closes its shell while it is alive and breathing.  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported by JSPS Grant-in-Aid for JSPS Fellows Number 24-11059.  ... 
doi:10.1587/transinf.e97.d.130 fatcat:vu6gwp3xtzcmldafwgfonxy26u

RAD sequencing resolves fine-scale population structure in a benthic invertebrate: implications for understanding phenotypic plasticity

David L. J. Vendrami, Luca Telesca, Hannah Weigand, Martina Weiss, Katie Fawcett, Katrin Lehman, M. S. Clark, Florian Leese, Carrie McMinn, Heather Moore, Joseph I. Hoffman
2017 Royal Society Open Science  
Research Cite this article: Vendrami DLJ et al. 2017 RAD sequencing resolves fine-scale population structure in a benthic invertebrate: implications for understanding phenotypic plasticity. R.  ...  We thank Luke Eberhart-Phillips and Elena Fissenewert for helping in the generation of the figures; Andrey Rozenberg and Abhijeet Shah for assistance with bioinformatic analyses; and Vincent Bonhomme for  ...  The great scallop Pecten maximus (also known as the king scallop) is a benthic mollusc that occurs along much of the Northeastern Atlantic coastline.  ... 
doi:10.1098/rsos.160548 pmid:28386419 pmcid:PMC5367306 fatcat:pfa7buuthbac7amoteaxm33arq

Discussion on a method to extract scallop using line convergence index filter from granule-sand seabed videos

Koichiro Enomoto, Masashi Toda, Yasuhiro Kuwahara
2015 2015 14th IAPR International Conference on Machine Vision Applications (MVA)  
In Tokoro, Japan, scallop farms are located on gravel, sand, and granulesand seabed. Seabed videos are necessary to visually estimate the number of scallops of a particular farm.  ...  In granule-sand fields, we can see only the shelly rim because the scallop is covered with sand and opens and closes its shell while it is alive and breathing.  ...  In Fig. 11 , these images were detected to the scallop area and other area.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mva.2015.7153127 dblp:conf/mva/EnomotoTK15 fatcat:yeacpqpv3bae5cd3q6vx2me3qe

New Typical Vector of Neurotoxin β-N-Methylamino-l-Alanine (BMAA) in the Marine Benthic Ecosystem

Aifeng Li, Jialiang Song, Yang Hu, Longji Deng, Ling Ding, Meihui Li
2016 Marine Drugs  
The top three concentrations of free-form BMAA (0.99~3.97 µg·g −1 wet weight) were detected in N. didyma.  ...  BMAA was detected in a total of five samples from three species: Neverita didyma, Solen strictus, and Mytilus coruscus.  ...  in the supplementary materials.  ... 
doi:10.3390/md14110202 pmid:27827914 pmcid:PMC5128745 fatcat:xcfiysyzyneelinygzrqr5yyo4


Jasna Arapov, Daria Ezgeta-Balić, Melita Peharda, Živana Ninčević Gladan
2010 Croatian Journal of Fisheries  
Due to these process bivalves have great influence in energy and nutrient flux between benthic and pelagic communities, what makes them important part of marine food webs.  ...  Although some authors describe bivalve feeding as "automatized" process, recent studies show that some bivalves species have ability to regulate filtration and select% particles based on their size, shape  ...  INTRODUCTION Bivalves are highly abundant group of organisms in majority of costal marine environments.  ... 
doaj:96d14048e2dd4fbcbb8de2ae7dc69a5d fatcat:b6qruxyhwrgr5i4h67wubm6gkm

In the darkness of the polar night, scallops keep on a steady rhythm

Damien Tran, Mohamedou Sow, Lionel Camus, Pierre Ciret, Jorgen Berge, Jean-Charles Massabuau
2016 Scientific Reports  
In this study, we investigated the circadian rhythm of the scallop Chlamys islandica by continuously recording the animal's behaviour over 3 years in the Arctic (Svalbard).  ...  Although the prevailing paradigm has held that the polar night is a period of biological quiescence, recent studies have detected noticeable activity levels in marine organisms.  ...  These rhythms are typically invoked to increase the fitness of the animal in its environment.  ... 
doi:10.1038/srep32435 pmid:27577847 pmcid:PMC5006026 fatcat:jnow4f4kazf2tjypcalc6qnspm

A development of ecological risk screening with an application to fisheries off SW England

John Cotter, William Lart, Nathan de Rozarieux, Al Kingston, Richard Caslake, Will Le Quesne, Simon Jennings, Alex Caveen, Mary Brown
2014 ICES Journal of Marine Science  
Although an effect of fishing was detected, it was considered insufficient to be a limiting factor for benthic biomass.  ...  Therefore it is possible to detect and assess the effects of mobile gears on benthic communities and this is the subject of ongoing work.  ...  Appendix 2 Ecological risk screening jargon Activity = one of the activities of the agent, e.g. towing a trawl Agent of change (abbreviated to 'agent') = anything likely to be causing changes in the ecosystem  ... 
doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsu167 fatcat:uh3vi2rh45gezkznmirtrnhvsy

Oceanographic variation influences spatial genomic structure in the sea scallop, Placopecten magellanicus

Mallory Van Wyngaarden, Paul V. R. Snelgrove, Claudio DiBacco, Lorraine C. Hamilton, Naiara Rodríguez-Ezpeleta, Luyao Zhan, Robert G. Beiko, Ian R. Bradbury
2018 Ecology and Evolution  
in this marine benthic bivalve.  ...  Oceanographic variation influences spatial genomic structure in the sea scallop, Placopecten magellanicus.  ...  Our environmental PCAs clearly detected the differences in environment associated with these currents.  ... 
doi:10.1002/ece3.3846 pmid:29531698 pmcid:PMC5838053 fatcat:yuhbxc6ijre7vcaqz6xthaj6fu

Mixed Effects of Elevated pCO2 on Fertilisation, Larval and Juvenile Development and Adult Responses in the Mobile Subtidal Scallop Mimachlamys asperrima (Lamarck, 1819)

Elliot Scanes, Laura M. Parker, Wayne A. O'Connor, Pauline M. Ross, Vengatesen Thiyagarajan (Rajan)
2014 PLoS ONE  
stable physiochemical environment.  ...  Recent studies, however, have found that molluscs in marine environments with naturally elevated or fluctuating CO 2 or with an active, high metabolic rate lifestyle may have a capacity to acclimate and  ...  [36] or similar environmental processes may allow M. asperrima and other scallops to develop a capacity to cope with an elevated pCO 2 environment, although measurement of benthic respiration and CO  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0093649 pmid:24733125 pmcid:PMC3986052 fatcat:uae4h4ar35buzcrcoefxkpbapy

Effect of mariculture on sediment grain size and its potential environmental significance in Sishili Bay, Yellow Sea, China

Qiao Chen, Dongyan Liu, Yijun Chen, Jiuchuan Wei, Wei Dai
2016 Environmental Earth Sciences  
The grain-size distribution of sediment is associated with series of environment problems in mariculture area; however, there is still disparity in the effect of marine culture on grain size partly because  ...  pollutants, nutrient elements and benthic community structure and so on.  ...  We would like to show thanks to the members, Laboratory of Coastal Ecology and Environment, YIC, CAS for gathering the samples.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12665-016-6192-2 fatcat:g66zr6zcgbbjhcslqpbd6x2g4y

The value of remote sensing techniques in supporting effective extrapolation across multiple marine spatial scales

James Asa Strong, Michael Elliott
2017 Marine Pollution Bulletin  
Remote sensing techniques offer insights and exceptional spatial coverage for observing the marine environment.  ...  This evaluation illustrates that remote sensing techniques are a critical component in extrapolation and likely to underpin the production of high-quality assessments of ecological phenomena and the regional  ...  Deep Sea Res Part 2 Top Stud Oceanogr 43(7): 1947-1970 Dawkins M, Stewart C, Gallager S, York A (2013, January) Automatic scallop detection in benthic environments.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.marpolbul.2017.01.028 pmid:28118970 fatcat:wredmf2oonavzidy4yx2jueoim

Age and productivity of the Antarctic scallop, Adamussium colbecki, in Terra Nova Bay (Ross Sea, Antarctica)

Olaf Heilmayer, Thomas Brey, Mariachiara Chiantore, Riccardo Cattaneo-Vietti, Wolf E Arntz
2003 Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology  
Based on samples collected in austral summer 1999/2000 in Terra Nova Bay, the annual formation of shell growth bands visible on X-ray photographs was verified by stable isotope analysis.  ...  According to its consumption and production, A. colbecki is likely to play a significant role in the trophic web of Terra Nova Bay. D  ...  We are grateful to Ute Jacob and Michael Seebeck (AWI) for preparation of X-ray photographs as well as to Katrin Blancke and Andreas Mackensen (AWI) for technical support in stable isotope analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0022-0981(03)00020-0 fatcat:ixlxzuvbezcg5nrmk2h6oiiafu

Biological effects of marine diesel oil exposure in red king crab (Paralithodes camtschaticus) assessed through a water and foodborne exposure experiment

Kjetil Sagerup, Jasmine Nahrgang, Marianne Frantzen, Lars-Henrik Larsen, Perrine Geraudie
2016 Marine Environmental Research  
After three weeks of recovery in clean seawater, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons concentrations in the crabs were significantly reduced, with no specific biomarker responses in exposed groups compared  ...  Observations of increased movements in exposed crabs were interpreted as avoidance behaviour.  ...  The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (reference number 12/00900) and the Fram Centre flagship Sea ice in the Arctic Ocean, technology and agreements has financed this part of A-LEX.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.marenvres.2016.05.027 pmid:27266989 fatcat:dbhqqi3d6ndtnlzcka5pqfkwma

High Frequency Non-invasive (HFNI) Bio-Sensors As a Potential Tool for Marine Monitoring and Assessments

Hector Andrade, Jean-Charles Massabuau, Sabine Cochrane, Pierre Ciret, Damien Tran, Mohamedou Sow, Lionel Camus
2016 Frontiers in Marine Science  
Bivalve gaping behavior is monitored in the natural environment, remotely, continuously over a time period of years, requirements that must be fulfilled if bivalve behavior is to be a useful biomonitoring  ...  Finally, potential relevant applications for monitoring and assessing environmental status of marine waters in the context of the Marine Strategy Framework Directive are identified.  ...  benthic environments as well as in the water column.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fmars.2016.00187 fatcat:2qgnbgs3vzaatofnn4z7ztne34
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