A spatial regime shift to stickleback dominance

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Large numbers of three-spined stickleback have gradually taken over larger parts of the Baltic Sea's coastal ecosystem, shows a new scientific study.

This disturbing change is shown in a unique study conducted by researchers from Stockholm University, the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and the University of Groningen (Netherlands), which is now published in the scientific journal Communications Biology.

Periode27-aug-2020

Media-aandacht

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Media-aandacht

  • TitelA spatial regime shift to stickleback dominance
    Mate van erkenningInternational
    Media naam/outletEurekAlert!
    MediatypeWeb
    Land/RegioUnited States
    Release datum27/08/2020
    BeschrijvingLarge numbers of three-spined stickleback have gradually taken over larger parts of the Baltic Sea's coastal ecosystem, shows a new scientific study.

    This disturbing change is shown in a unique study conducted by researchers from Stockholm University, the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and the University of Groningen (Netherlands), which is now published in the scientific journal Communications Biology.
    Producent / auteurStockholm University
    URLhttps://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2020-08/su-asr082720.php
    PersonenBritas Klemens Eriksson
  • TitelThe Stickleback Wave: A spatial regime shift from predator to prey dominance
    Mate van erkenningInternational
    Media naam/outletNature Research Ecology & Evolution Community
    MediatypeBlog
    Land/RegioUnited Kingdom
    Release datum27/08/2020
    BeschrijvingWe pooled data from >13,000 historical fish surveys to demonstrate a regime shift to ecosystem dominance of the small fish three-spined stickleback, that has gradually spread along the western Baltic Sea coast like a 'stickleback wave'.
    Producent / auteurJohan S Eklöf
    URLhttps://natureecoevocommunity.nature.com/posts/the-stickleback-wave-a-spatial-regime-shift-from-predator-to-prey-dominance
    PersonenBritas Klemens Eriksson
  • TitelSpiggen tar över Östersjökusten, vik för vik
    Mate van erkenningInternational
    Media naam/outletMyNewsdesk
    MediatypeWeb
    Land/RegioSweden
    Release datum27/08/2020
    BeschrijvingNya forskningsresultat visar att stora mängder av den lilla fisken storspigg successivt tagit över allt större delar av Östersjökustens ekosystem. Spiggen orsakar lokala regimskiften där gäddans och abborrens yngel slås ut i enskilda vikar, och dessa skiften sprider sig successivt som en flodvåg från ytterskärgården och in mot fastlandskusten.

    Denna oroande förändring visas i en unik studie gjord av forskare från Stockholms universitet, Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet och universitetet i Groningen (Nederländerna), som nu publiceras i den vetenskapliga tidskriften Nature Communications Biology.
    Producent / auteurStockholms universitet
    URLhttps://www.mynewsdesk.com/se/su/pressreleases/spiggen-tar-oever-oestersjoekusten-vik-foer-vik-3029487
    PersonenBritas Klemens Eriksson
  • TitelHow sticklebacks dominate perch
    Mate van erkenningRegional
    Media naam/outletScience Linx
    MediatypeWeb
    Land/RegioNetherlands
    Release datum27/08/2020
    BeschrijvingAnalysis reveals waves of stickleback domination along the Baltic coast
    URLhttps://www.rug.nl/sciencelinx/nieuws/2020/08/how-sticklebacks-dominate-perch
    PersonenBritas Klemens Eriksson

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Mediabijdrages

  • TitelThe stickleback wave
    Mate van erkenningInternational
    Media naam/outletYouTube
    MediatypeYouTube
    Duur / lengte / grootte1'52"
    Land/RegioSweden
    Release datum27/08/2020
    BeschrijvingLarge numbers of three-spined stickleback, a small prey fish in aquatic food webs, have gradually taken over larger parts of the Baltic Sea’s coastal ecosystem. The stickleback contributes to local ecosystem ‘regime shifts’, where young-of-the-year pike and perch decline in individual bays, and these shifts gradually spread like a wave from the outer archipelago into the mainland coast.

    This disturbing change is shown in a unique study conducted by researchers from Stockholm University, the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and the University of Groningen (Netherlands), which is now published in the scientific journal Communications Biology.
    Producent / auteurSUBalticSeaCentre
    URLhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wkkOS0rTxDI&feature=youtu.be
    PersonenBritas Klemens Eriksson