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Jelly surge in the Mediterranean Sea: threat or opportunity?
Mediterranean Marine Science
The rise in water temperature in the Mediterranean Sea, and associated migrations of temperate marine biota, are occurring in the context of a global warming causing an expansion of the tropical jellyfish range, exacerbating jellyfish outbreaks linked to coastal development, nutrient loading, and overfishing. The gelatinous component of plankton is considered as 'the dark side of ecology' capable of appearing and disappearing at unpredictable times. In the last decade an increasingly highdoi:10.12681/mms.17966 fatcat:mmsevnirb5grdem4qik5ptv6xy