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How do we overcome abrupt degradation of marine ecosystems and meet the challenge of heat waves and climate extremes?

Extreme heat wave events are now causing ecosystem degradation across marine ecosystems. The consequences of this heat-induced damage range from the rapid loss of habitat-forming organisms, through to a reduction in the services that ecosystems support, and ultimately to impacts on human health and society. How we tackle the sudden emergence of ecosystem-wide degradation has not yet been addressed in the context of marine heat waves. An examination of recent marine heat waves from around Australia points to...


Yield response of field-grown soybean exposed to heat waves under current and elevated CO .

Elevated atmospheric CO concentration ([CO ]) generally enhances C plant productivity, whereas acute heat stress, which occurs during heat waves, generally elicits the opposite response. However, little is known about the interaction of these two variables, especially during key reproductive phases in important temperate food crops, such as soybean (Glycine max). Here, we grew soybean under elevated [CO ] and imposed high (+9°C) and low (+5°C) intensity heat waves during key temperature-sensitive reproduc...

The impact of heat waves on mortality in Northwest India.

Heat waves are anticipated to worsen with climate change. India, an understudied area with >15% of the world's population, commonly experiences temperature extremes and already resembles potential future climates of more temperate regions. Registry data from local municipal corporations and government offices were collected and translated, yielding daily all-cause mortality for 4 communities in Northwest India for all or part of the period 2000-2012. Heat waves were defined as ≥2 days with local temperatu...


Publisher Correction: Marine microbiology: A day in the life of marine sulfonates.

An amendment to this paper has been published and can be accessed via a link at the top of the paper.

Potential effects of heat waves on the population dynamics of the dengue mosquito Aedes albopictus.

Extreme weather events affect the development and survival of disease pathogens and vectors. Our aim was to investigate the potential effects of heat waves on the population dynamics of Asian tiger mosquito (Aedes albopictus), which is a major vector of dengue and Zika viruses. We modeled the population abundance of blood-fed mosquito adults based on a mechanistic population model of Ae. albopictus with the consideration of diapause. Using simulated heat wave events derived from a 35-year historical dataset...

The reach of commercially motivated junk news on Facebook.

Commercially motivated junk news-i.e. money-driven, highly shareable clickbait with low journalistic production standards-constitutes a vast and largely unexplored news media ecosystem. Using publicly available Facebook data, we compared the reach of junk news on Facebook pages in the Netherlands to the reach of Dutch mainstream news on Facebook. During the period 2013-2017 the total number of user interactions with junk news significantly exceeded that with mainstream news. Over 5 Million of the 10 Million...

Word2vec convolutional neural networks for classification of news articles and tweets.

Big web data from sources including online news and Twitter are good resources for investigating deep learning. However, collected news articles and tweets almost certainly contain data unnecessary for learning, and this disturbs accurate learning. This paper explores the performance of word2vec Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs) to classify news articles and tweets into related and unrelated ones. Using two word embedding algorithms of word2vec, Continuous Bag-of-Word (CBOW) and Skip-gram, we constructed...

Synergistic interaction between effects of phenanthrene and dynamic heat stress cycles in a soil arthropod.

Climatic stressors and chemicals should not be treated as isolated problems since they often occur simultaneously, and their combined effects must be evaluated including their possible interactive effects. In the present study we subjected springtails (Folsomia candida) to combined exposure to phenanthrene and dynamic heat cycles in a full factorial experiment. In a microcosm experiment, we studied the population growth of springtails subjected to a range of sub-lethal concentrations of phenanthrene. During...

Characterization of biocomposite using coconut oil impregnated biochar as latent heat storage insulation.

Objective of this research was to characterize properties of the latent heat storage biocomposite (LHSBC) as a novel material that can be employed as a latent heat storage insulation by using biochar. Biochars produced from waste material pine cone, pine saw dust, and paper mill sludge were vacuum impregnated with a bio-based phase change material (PCM), coconut oil, to prepare LHSBCs. In particular, this paper analyzed the chemical stability, latent heat storage performance, thermal conductivity, and therm...

Self Multi-Head Attention-based Convolutional Neural Networks for fake news detection.

With the rapid development of the internet, social media has become an essential tool for getting information, and attracted a large number of people join the social media platforms because of its low cost, accessibility and amazing content. It greatly enriches our life. However, its rapid development and widespread also have provided an excellent convenience for the range of fake news, people are constantly exposed to fake news and suffer from it all the time. Fake news usually uses hyperbole to catch peop...

Inbreeding does not alter the response to an experimental heat wave in a freshwater snail.

Global climate change affects natural populations of many species by increasing the average temperature and the frequency of extreme weather events (e.g. summer heat waves). The ability of organisms to cope with these environmental changes can, however, depend on their genetic properties. For instance, genetic load owing to inbreeding could alter organisms' responses to climate change-mediated environmental changes but such effects are often overlooked. We investigated the effects of an experimental heat wa...

Heat-health action plans in Europe: Challenges ahead and how to tackle them.

High temperatures have periodically affected large areas in Europe and urban settings. In particular, the deadly 2003 summer heat waves precipitated a multitude of national and subnational health prevention and research efforts. Building on these and other international experiences the WHO Regional Office for Europe developed and published in 2008 a comprehensive framework for prevention, the heat-health action plans (HHAPs). This provided a blueprint used by several national and subnational authorities to ...

News Media Coverage of Stakeholder Views on Suicide and Its Reporting in New Zealand.

Periodically, a debate around suicide reporting becomes prominent in the media. At one point, the Chief Coroner of New Zealand made a public call to the media to open up discussions around suicide and its reporting. Following this action, a high-profile debate emerged in the media. Our aim was to identify the key players in this debate and examine their perspectives. From a Factiva search of news items from high-circulation newspapers, we identified key stakeholders and documented their perspectives using...

Climate Change and the Kidney.

The worldwide increase in temperature has resulted in a marked increase in heat waves (heat extremes) that carries a markedly increased risk for morbidity and mortality. The kidney has a unique role not only in protecting the host from heat and dehydration but also is an important site of heat-associated disease. Here we review the potential impact of global warming and heat extremes on kidney diseases. High temperatures can result in increased core temperatures, dehydration, and blood hyperosmolality. Heat...

Selenium in buoyant marine debris biofilm.

Marine debris is widespread in all the world's oceans. Currently little is understood about how marine debris affects the chemistry of the surface oceans, particularly trace elements that can adsorb to the surface of marine debris, especially plastic debris, or be taken up by biofilms and algae growing on the surface of marine debris. Selenium (Se) is a micronutrient that is essential to all living organisms. Average seawater Se concentrations in the modern ocean are

Correction to: Heat Shock Protein 90 Stimulates Rat Mesenchymal Stem Cell Migration via PI3K/Akt and ERK1/2 Pathways.

An amendment to this paper has been published and can be accessed via a link at the top of the paper.

U.S. news media coverage of solutions to the opioid crisis, 2013-2017.

News media coverage of the U.S. opioid epidemic influences Americans' knowledge of and preferences for solutions to address the crisis. From 1998 to 2012, news media coverage of the opioid epidemic focused on criminal justice-oriented solutions. We examine whether and how news coverage of solutions has shifted in the recent years of the crisis. We analyzed a random sample of 600 U.S. news stories published/aired by high circulation/viewership national and local print and television news outlets from 2013 to...

Presbyopic Lenses: Evidence, Masquerade News, and Fake News.

Undergraduate Training in Breaking Bad News: A Continuation Study Exploring the Patient Perspective.

This paper reports on the continuation of an initial study that demonstrated the effectiveness, as rated by experts, of an undergraduate training in breaking bad news (BBN) using simulated patient (SP) and individual feedback. The current study aimed to further explore whether such an individualized training approach also has positive effects from the perspective of the patient, using the analogue patient (AP) methodology.

The marine nano- and microplastics characterisation by SEM-EDX: The potential of the method in comparison with various physical and chemical approaches.

The marine microplastic (MMs) is an interdisciplinary problem. The polymer debris are ubiquitous (soil, hydrosphere, atmosphere) and the majority ends, transported by the freshwaters, in the global ocean system: from pelagial waters, surface gyres and benthos up to the animals at different trophic levels. Their quantitative, qualitative and eco-toxicological analyses, based on analytical, physical and chemical methods, are still a challenge due to the complex matrices, materials weathering, limited concentr...

Temporal dynamics of urban heat island correlated with the socio-economic development over the past half-century in Seoul, Korea.

Urban heat island (UHI), an iconic consequence of anthropogenic activities and climate condition, affects air pollution, energy use, and health. Therefore, better understanding of the temporal dynamics of UHI is required for sustainable urban planning to mitigate air pollution under a changing climate. Here, we present the evolution of UHI intensity (UHIi) and its controlling factors in the Seoul metropolitan area, Korea, over the last 56 years (1962-2017), which has experienced unique compressed economic g...

The Physiology of Heat Tolerance in Small Endotherms.

Understanding the heat tolerances of small mammals and birds has taken on new urgency with the advent of climate change. Here, we review heat tolerance limits, pathways of evaporative heat dissipation that permit the defense of body temperature during heat exposure, and mechanisms operating at tissue, cellular, and molecular levels.

Long-Term Prognostic Value of Less Stringent Electrocardiographic Q Waves and Fourth Universal Definition of Myocardial Infarction Q Waves.

The Fourth Universal Definition of Myocardial Infarction defines electrocardiographic (ECG) Q waves as duration ≥30ms and amplitude ≥1mm or QS complex in two contiguous leads. However, current taskforce criteria may be overly restrictive. Therefore, we investigated the association of isolated, lenient, or strict Q waves with long-term outcome.

Excitation and detection of evanescent acoustic waves in piezoelectric plates: Theoretical and 2D FEM modeling.

This paper presents the results of the theoretical and 2D FEM modeling excitation and detection of evanescent acoustic waves in piezoelectric plates. By application of 2D ordinary differential equations derived by Auld, we obtained the dispersion curves of A and SH waves in YX LiNbO and YX KNbO plates in proximity to a zero group velocity point. The branches corresponding to evanescent acoustic waves are distinguished. A frequency range where real part of evanescent wave velocity is more than imaginary one ...

Transcriptome analysis and weighted gene co-expression network reveals potential genes responses to heat stress in turbot Scophthalmus maximus.

Turbot (Scophthalmus maximus) is an economically important marine fish cultured in China. In this study, we performed transcriptome gene expression profiling of kidney tissue in turbot exposed to heat stress (20, 23, 25 and 28 °C); control fish were maintained at 14 °C. We investigated gene relationships based on weighted gene co-expression network analysis (WGCNA). Accordingly, enrichment analyses of GO terms and KEGG pathways showed that several pathways (e.g., fat metabolism, cell apoptosis, immune...


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