Année : 2011
Auteur(s) : BLONDEL J.
Référence : T. XXXII, n°4, 2011, pp. 373-378.
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For a number of reasons, marine and terrestrial research go on with the one practically unaware of the other. Even so, the similar nature of the various anthropogenic pressures that impact both domains justifies a pooling of efforts to measure such pressures and develop strategies to counteract the negative consequences. Worldwide changes represent a gigantic “natural experiment” in which the responses of organisms can be exploited through analysis and for combating the negative effects. Several suggestions are made for research in common on topics which transcend the conceptual borders between the two domains.