Mortality associated with a phytoplankton bloom off Penzance in Mount's Bay. The frond is characterstically dimpled with regular bullations (depressions). Transcriptomic analysis of acclimation to temperature and light stress in Saccharina latissima (Phaeophyceae). were the worse affected, and suffered a reduction in abundance but were reduced to just holdfasts at high trampling intensities (Milazzo et al., 2002; Tyler-Walters, 2005). This economically important genus is characterized by long, leathery laminae and relatively large size. Like their host, the life cycles of many of the kelp associated organisms involve a planktonic stage. The nitrogen and carbon content of Saccharina latissima varies annually, in conjunction with growth periods and nitrogen availability (Nielsen et al., 2014). On the Norwegian coast which is subjected to seasonal fluctuations in salinity, healthy Laminaria digitata plants were found growing at 15-25 psu (Sundene, 1964). Conolly N.J. & Drew, E.A., 1985. A minimum of 10 weeks a year between 5-18 °C is needed in order to ensure spore formation and hence reproduction and recruitment (Bartsch et al., 2013). The life cycle of kelps are considered sensitive to temperature. Cultivation of this species is becoming more common and may be achieved in coastal waters far from shore, increasing the species’ potential larval dispersal range. Little direct evidence was found in the literature with only two studies found on microscopic algal pathogens. Growth and production of Laminaria longicruris ( Phaeophyta) populations exposed to different intensities of water movement 1. Conflicts in the literature may arise from the comparisons of different fisheries. Other studies have indicated that siltation inhibits spore settlement with spores failing to form attachments to the fine sediment or the hard bedrock beneath, resulting in their subsequent loss from the biotope by water activity (Devinny & Volse, 1978, Norton, 1978; Bartsch et al., 2008). Therefore, a precautionary sensitivity of 'High' is suggested. 89. Karsten (2007) tested the photosynthetic ability of Saccharina latissima under acute 2 and 5 day exposure to salinity treatments ranging from 5-60 psu. Phycologia, 9 (3), 237-247. They are distributed widely in the Atlantic and Pacific coasts, especially where the water is cool. tomentosoides by the common periwinkle Littorina littorea: effects of thallus size, age and condition. A temperature increase to 22-23°C causes cell damage and death (Sudene, 1964; Bolton & Lüning, 1982). Recruitment of Saccharina latissima generally occurs in the highest numbers from December to January (Andersen et al., 2011). & Munda, I.M., 1980. Next to wave exposure, light was a key descriptor of Saccharina latissima’s distribution along the Norwegian coast, indicating its importance to this biotope’s identity (Bekkby & Moy, 2011). In Arctic kelp, decreases in Saccharina latissima growth were associated with decreasing salinity (Spurkland & Iken 2011a). Wernberg, T., Smale, D.A., Tuya, F., Thomsen, M.S., Langlois, T.J., de Bettignies, T., Bennett, S. & Rousseaux, C.S., 2013. In The Ecology of Rocky Coasts: essays presented to J.R. Lewis, D.Sc. Habitat: very common in the lower intertidal and shallow subtidal growing on rock in Britain and Ireland. This recolonization occurred during winter months following spore release and settlement, but not in subsequent samples (Kain, 1975). In this article we will discuss about:- 1. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 20 (4), 173-176. Catastrophic storms, El-Nino, and patch stability in a southern-california kelp community. Resistance is regarded as ‘None’ as the pressure is defined as the removal of key characterizing species from the biotope. However, the grazer, Lacuna vincta preferentially grazes on Saccharina latissima over the invasive macroalgae Codium fragile in the Gulf of Maine, USA (Chavanich & Harris., 2004). The gametophytic and zoospore stages are more vulnerable than their adult counterpart. Laminaria digitata is distributed from Brittany to the Spitzbergen (Birkett et al., 1998b; Blight & Thompson, 2008). Due to the evidence for resistance, biotope continuation under a high pathogen load, and the evidence of disease resistance in kelps, resistance to this pressure is regarded as ‘High’ and resilience is therefore also ‘High’. However, if Saccharina latissima is out-competed by an invasive macroalgae, its recolonization could be prevented by heavy fouling of non-native origin, in a similar way that native fouling organisms have prevented re-colonization and recovery of Saccharina latissima beds in the Skagerrak area (Andersen et al., 2011). Sphondylothamnion multifidum, Cryptopleura ramosa and Rhodophyllis divaricata were Chichester: John Wiley & Sons. Exposure to salinities outside a kelp’s tolerance range causes osmotic and ionic stress (Kirst 1990) resulting in decreased efficiency of their photosynthetic apparatus (<20-25%, Kirst & Wiencke, 1995). In Nova Scotia Codium fragile competes successfully with native kelps for space including Laminaria digitata, by exploiting gaps within the kelp beds. (Also widely known as Laminaria saccharina.) Marine Biology, 63 (1), 39-49. Increases in the levels of suspended sediment were found to reduce growth rates in Saccharina latissima (studied as Laminaria saccharina) by 20% (Lyngby & Mortensen, 1996). Saccharina latissima) was the most potent in terms of anti-inflammatory, anticoagulant, antiadhesive and antiangiogenic activities . No evidence of direct impacts was found. The mannitol content varies markedly in the fronds of Saccharina and Laminaria species in northern temperate countries, with maximum contents during summer and autumn (Jensen and Haug, 1956). Marine Biology, 56, 103–110. O. Kinne), pp. Outside this temperature range, reproduction is severely reduced and the species is at risk from local extinction in the short-term. The Marine Habitat Classification for Britain and Ireland. In Biology of the Red Algae, (ed. Critical contents of nitrogen and phosphorus for sorus formation in four Laminaria species. This plasticity is likely to protect thallus damage in areas of greater exposure or in stormier conditions. Habitat: Intertidal pools and occasional in the shallow subtidal, becoming more abundant at low water in sheltered localities with fast-moving water, such as rapids systems. Sensitivity assessment. Where increased wave action resulted in increase scour due to the mobility of coarse substrata (e.g. Griffiths, A.B., Dennis, R. & Potts, G.W., 1979. Groot), pp. To gain a better understanding on the use and importance of nearshore habitats as essential fish habitat (EFH), we compared fish assemblages between two distinct habitat types (eelgrass, Zostera marina, and kelp, mostly Laminaria saccharina) at … & Volse, L., 1978. Usage: Not currently widely harvested. Brodie J., Williamson, C.J., Smale, D.A., Kamenos, N.A., Mieszkowska, N., Santos, R., Cunliffe, M., Steinke, M., Yesson, C. & Anderson, K.M., 2014. Lorentsen, S.-H., Sjøtun, K. & Grémillet, D., 2010. Buck, B.H. Available from: http://www.ukmarinesac.org.uk/publications.htm. The passive dispersal of spores is reliant on local current and wave mediated water movements (Cie & Edwards, 2011). In southern examples of the biotope, Laminaria digitata may also be out-competed by it’s Lusitanian competitor Laminaria ochroleuca which is regionally abundant across the south UK coastline (Smale et al., 2014). The genus Laminaria sensu lato: recent insights and developments. Similar taxa: Laminaria spp., Saccharina spp. A transplant experiment of Laminaria digitata, from exposed to sheltered sites resulted in a changed morphology with the frond widening, while individuals transplanted from sheltered to exposed sites became thinner more streamlined (Sundene, 1964; Gerard, 1987). Cole & Sheath, R.G.). Therefore, the resistance is probably 'Medium' to represent the potential loss of members of the associated flora and fauna. Sensitivity assessment. Epibiont species richness varies between holdfasts of a northern and a southerly distributed kelp species. 1981; Estes & Duggins 1995; Ling et al., 2009). This device is considered to be selective only harvesting individuals older than 2 years (Arzel, 2002). Genetic differentiation in wild populations occurs within 10 km with genetic flow occurring between adjacent species (Billot et al., 2003). Botanica Marina, 47 (4), 265-271. Marine Biology, 69 (2), 137-145. Long leathery blade, unbranched and without a midrib about 15 cms wide, flat but wrinkly with wavy margins. by 2°C for a year). Laminaria Cultivation. Formation of sori (reproductive tissue) occurs at temperatures below 18°C (Bartsch et al., 2013) from October to March/April (Andersen et al., 2011). Blue light is crucial for the gametophytic stages of Saccharina latissima, and several other congenic species (Lüning, 1980). Natura 2000 report prepared for the UK Marine SACs Project. Sebens, K.P., 1985. Journal of Phycology, 24, 181-191. Typically subject to weak tidal streams and rather silty conditions. Tidal streams of >0.5 m/s or lower as described by Connor et al. Marine Ecology. Those at the extremes of the biotope’s temperature range are likely to be more affected than those at the centre of their range. Sporogenesis in Saccharina latissima requires a minimum period of 4 weeks at or below 15°C combined with short day lengths in order to occur (Müller et al., 2009). Saccharina latissima exhibits a high degree of plasticity between populations with kelp from Maine, USA able to withstand greater temperatures than their northern, New York counterparts (Gerard and Du Bois, 1988). Bekkby, T. & Moy, F.E., 2011. There is some evidence to suggest that blade growth in Delesseria sanguinea is delayed until ambient sea temperatures fall below 13°C, although blade growth is likely to be intrinsically linked to gametangia development (see Kain, 1987). Long-term reductions in salinity may result in the loss of the kelp beds in the affected area, or the out-competition of Saccharina latissima by Laminaria digitata, and thus the loss of the biotope (Birkett et al., 1998b). A control experiment was also carried at 34 psu. The associated biota of Saccharina latissima are mainly substratum dwelling, their return to the biotope is likely to depend on the recovery of Saccharina latissima and is therefore likely to occur after the initial stages of recovery by Saccharina latissima. Laminaria digitata is also found in very strong flows (> 6 knots) although it is often out-competed by Alaria esculenta under these conditions. The ecology of sublittoral communities at Abereiddy Quarry, Pembrokeshire. This biotope is recorded from weak (>0.5 m/s) to negligible water flow in wave sheltered areas, so that wave meditated flow is also low. Plos One, 7 (8), e44342. Extreme climatic event drives range contraction of a habitat-forming species. Beneficial effects of 2,4-diacetylphloroglucinol-producing pseudomonads on the marine alga Saccharina latissima. temperature regime. Resilience is likely to be ‘High’ and sensitivity therefore ‘Low’. Estes, J.A. Harvesting may also result in habitat fragmentation, a major threat to this biotope’s ecosystem functioning (Valero et al., 2011). Resilience to this pressure is therefore regarded as ‘Medium’  Sensitivity to this pressure is therefore also assessed as ‘Medium’ although confidence is low and local hydrography may increase or decrease the resistance. Beneath the canopy, the rock is covered by encrusting coralline algae, and the urchin Echinus esculentus is often present. The sporophyte’s lifespan is normally two to four years, although older specimens have been recorded from a fjord in Greenland (Gayral & Cosson, 1973, Borum et al., 2002). Despite this, macroalgae are thought to buffer the environmental conditions of low oxygen, thereby acting as a refuge for organisms in oxygen depleted regions, especially if the oxygen depletion is short-term (Frieder et al., 2012). The species usually occurs in sheltered conditions and may attach to unstable substrata such as boulders and cobbles. The resilience is probably 'High' so that this biotope is regarded as ‘Not sensitive’ at the benchmark level, although prolonged increase in flow could result in loss of the biotope. (2004). Sensitivity Assessment. Increases in the levels of suspended sediment were found to reduce growth rates in Saccharina latissima (studied as Laminaria saccharina) by 20% (Lyngby & Mortensen, 1996). Despite this, the associated assemblages of the respective macroalgaes do not differ significantly (Schmidt & Scheibling, 2006). Undaria pinnatifida is an annual species, sporophytes appear in Autumn and grow rapidly throughout winter and spring during which they can reach a length of 1.65 m (Birkett et al., 1998b). Connemara Organic Seaweed Company provide hand harvested, sustainable, kelp and seaweed products for human consumption through health supplements and edible products. In Nova Scotia (Atlantic coast of Canada) a study on the kelp Laminaria longicruris and its understorey of Laminaria digitata indicate that grazing sea urchins may have prevented the kelp biotope’s regeneration after harvesting. Interactions with other species may also alter the recovery of this biotope and in some instances the interactions may be mediated by the effects of human activities. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 522, 1-13. For the gametophytes and young sporophytes of Saccharina latissima, the upper temperature tolerance is 22°C with exceptions including the growth of gametophytes in Long Island Sound at 23°C (Lee & Brinkhuis, 1988). Ecological Monographs, 56, 73-96. While Saccharina latissima is generally absent from wave swept shores, it is also absent from extremely sheltered conditions in Norway. Grazers are responsible for less than 20% of kelp produced nutrients entering the food web; the majority enters as detritus or dissolved organic matter. Laminaria digitata tolerates a large salinity range within a 24 hour period (5-60psu; Karsten, 2007). Depending on the extent and heterogeneity of the substrate, there can be a wide variety of … Gayral, P. & Cosson, J., 1973. Bulletin of Marine Science, 55, 1263-1276. Levin, P.S., Coyer, J.A., Petrik, R. & Good, T.P., 2002. European Journal of Phycology, 43 (1), 1-86. Pseudomonads produces antibiotics which prevent Saccharina latissima’s infection, suggesting that this biotope’s resistance to disease is population and location specific (Nagel et al., 2012). It is used as food in many Asian countries. Therefore if an obstacle to movement perpendicular to the shore line (e.g. In the UK, harvesting of Saccharina latissima is confined to manual harvesting on a small scale, and farming. Chapman, A.R.O., 1981. Physiological responses of Ecklonia radiata (Laminariales) to a latitudinal gradient in ocean temperature. Schmidt, A.L. Red algae colonized blocks within 26 weeks in the shallow subtidal (0.8 m) and 33 weeks at 4.4 m. Delesseria sanguinea was noted within 41 weeks (8 months) at 4.4 m in one group of blocks and within 56-59 days after block clearance in another group of blocks. Growth dynamics of Saccharina latissima (Laminariales, Phaeophyceae) in Aarhus Bay, Denmark, and along the species’ distribution range. Helgoländer Wissenschaftliche Meeresuntersuchungen, 30(1-4), 709-727. Under laboratory conditions chronic exposure to 5°C, after being maintained at 15°C, resulted in the adult sporophytes stage requiring a higher photon fluence rate to maintain net and light-saturated photosynthesis (studied as Laminaria saccharina, Davison et al., 1991). Habitat Saccharina latissima is usually found from the sublittoral fringe down to a depth of 30 m. More rarely it occurs in rock pools. Cosse, A., Potin, P. & Leblanc, C., 2009. However, a change of only 3-5% in significant wave height may not be significant even in such sheltered conditions. A view of the genus Laminaria. bifurcata (Gunnerus) Postels & Ruprecht, 1840; Laminaria digitata var. Factors structuring Fucus communities at open and complex coastlines in the Baltic Sea. An increase in turbidity at the benchmark e.g. Decline in kelp in west Europe and climate. Laminaria saccharina. Therefore any activity that decreases incident light (e.g. Description: Yellow brown, to 3 m in length; with a claw-like holdfast, a small, smooth, flexible stipe, and an undivided laminate blade to 3 m long with parallel, ruffled sides and a elongated, tongue-like appearance. Fucus serratus out-competes Laminaria digitata by controlling its respiration rates in tandem with its desiccation rates, allowing it to monitor and control water loss, which Laminaria digitata is unable to do. However, after removal of sewage pollution in the Firth of Forth, Laminaria digitata became abundant on rocky shores from which they had previously been absent. This page was created by Jan Holmes on 1/6/07. Lee, J.A. This morphological plasticity is evident during the spore stage; because of this it is suggested that if wave height is increased or decreased the kelp will adapt morphologically over time to optimise its survival in the new environment. There are a number of studies which specify the recovery of Laminaria digitata post removal. Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, Plymouth, 129 pp. Additionally, Saccharina latissima was the only kelp species present on an exposed glacial shore, where high levels of abrasion, inorganic sediment and siltation occurred, while an adjacent sheltered site boasted five kelp species (Spurkland & Iken, 2011b). Physiology of Laminaria. A flexible stipe and low profile holdfast allows Laminaria digitata to flourish in moderately to strongly wave exposed areas. Undaria pinnatifida was first recorded in the UK, Hamble Estuary, in June 1994 (Fletcher & Manfredi, 1995) and has since spread to a number of British ports. Blumea, 15 (1), 63-89. Reduced oxygen levels are likely to inhibit photosynthesis and respiration but not cause a loss of the macroalgae population directly. & Wiencke, C., 2009. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 62 (10), 2137-2144. R. Pereira, C. Yarish, in Encyclopedia of Ecology, 2008. Resistance and facilitation by native algal communities in the invasion success of Undaria pinnatifida. Responses of Saccharina latissima to salinity changes are population specific. Lüning, K., 1984. Krumhansl, K.A. Botanica Marina, 28, 223-30. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 58, 527-536. I. Sensitivity assessment. Laminaria digitata tolerates a large salinity range within a 24 hour period (5-60psu; Karsten, 2007). A resilience of ‘High’ is therefore also recorded, while the overall sensitivity of the biotope is ‘Not sensitive’, although beyond the benchmark, the loss of the biotope may occur. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 79 (3), 429-439. Sori are first produced by Saccharina latissima individuals of 4-5 months old and may occur for 1-9 concurrent months a year (studied as Laminaria saccharina, Parke 1948; Lüning 1979; Lee & Brinkhuis, 1988). 363-406. Laboratory experiments indicated the adverse effects of siltation on Saccharina latissima, including abnormal development of the zoospore (Burrows, 1971). Therefore, a smothering event may favour Saccharina latissima, which may allow it to out-compete Laminaria digitata and change the biotope’s identity. Sensitivity to this pressure is defined as ‘Medium’. Growth in Laminaria saccharina (L.) Lamour. Delesseria sanguinea and Phycodrys rubens succumbed at temperatures of -3°C to -5°C. Abrasion via trampling could damage parts of the adult kelp and red algae and lead to the removal of individuals. Photoperiodic control of sorus formation in the brown alga Laminaria saccharina. [14] ) may indicate reproductive synchrony among adjacent populations. The effects of invasive species on Saccharina latissima appear to be limited, or been fully documented in the literature. Andersen, G.S., Pedersen, M.F. Marine Biodiversity Records, 7, e93. Sensitivity assessment. Positive feedback between large-scale disturbance and density-dependent grazing decreases resilience of a kelp bed ecosystem. Delesseria sanguinea, are perennial species that may persist for several years. Effect of boundary layer transport on the fixation of carbon by the giant kelp Macrocystis pyrifera. & Valero, M., 2003. Raybaud, V., Beaugrand, G., Goberville, E., Delebecq, G., Destombe, C., Valero, M., Davoult, D., Morin, P. & Gevaert, F., 2013. Sundene, O., 1964. Bolton, J.J. & Lüning, K.A.F., 1982. Any permanent structures that completely block water exchange would be detrimental but mainly due to the permanent change in hydrography. However, red algae produce large numbers of spores that may settle close to the adult especially where currents are reduced by an algal turf or in kelp forests. Other associated organisms to this biotope may fair less well. Temperature ecotypes near the southern boundary of the kelp Laminaria saccharina. There is little evidence on sensitivity to abrasion in this biotope. Hydrobiologia, 326/327, 111-116. Biomass rather than growth rate determines variation in net primary production by giant kelp. (Farrel & Fletcher, 2006; Hieser et al., 2014). The species usually occurs in sheltered conditions and may attach to unstable substrata such as boulders and cobbles. Sargassum muticum; Morrell & Furnham, 1982). This suggests that colonization of Delesseria sanguinea in new areas is directly dependent on spore availability. Ékologiya, 1, 96-98. Distinguishing features: Stipe is relatively small, cylindrical in section and more flexible than those of Laminaria digitata and L. hyperborea. Gerard, V.A., 1987. The occurrence of Saccharina latissima and therefore this biotope can be predicted by the level of wave action experienced by a location (Bekkby & Moy, 2011). Increased competition from other species (such as Laminaria digitata)  with the change in environmental conditions will pose an indirect threat, as this biotope is defined by low levels of water movement, and Saccharina latissima thrives best in these conditions. Burrows, E.M. & Pybus, C., 1971. The authors suggested that laminarians are robust species but that trampling on blades at low tide could potentially damage the blade or growing meristem. Dissolved organic materials (yellow substance or gelbstoff) absorbs blue light (Kirk, 1976), therefore changes in riverine input or other land based runoff are likely to influence kelp density and distribution. 346-371. Transient sediment load on blades of Arctic Saccharina latissima can mitigate UV radiation effect on photosynthesis. Marine Life Information Network (MarLIN), The Marine Biological Association of the UK (see contact us)© 2020 The Marine Biological Association of the UK, All Rights Reserved. Assimilation of inorganic nutrients from salmon (Salmo salar) farming by the macroalgae (Saccharina latissima) in an exposed coastal environment: implications for integrated multi-trophic aquaculture. Sensitivity assessment. Re-attachment of dislodged Saccharina latissima may occur in certain conditions, with dislodged individuals growing new haperon (root-like structures) that subsequently attach to the substratum (Burrows, 1958). If similar conditions exist in UK waters, where native grazers preferentially feed on the native Saccharina latissima, then the invasive species will have an initial advantage, and may potentially out-compete Saccharina latissima, leading to the loss of the biotope. The finest organic seaweeds lovingly hand-harvested from the nutrient-rich Atlantic Irish shores. The tolerance of a particular population to this pressure must, therefore, be considered in isolation. Cah. Mixed [Laminaria hyperborea] and [Laminaria saccharina] on sheltered infralittoral rock Mixed [Laminaria hyperborea] and [Laminaria saccharina] on bedrock and boulders in sheltered infralittoral habitats. Nielsen, M., Krause-Jensen, D., Olesen, B., Thinggaard, R., Christensen, P. & Bruhn, A., 2014a. Botanica Marina, 45, 184-188. Sensitivity assessment. Prevailing sea surface temperatures inhibit summer reproduction of the kelp Laminaria digitata at Helgoland (North Sea). Saccharina latissima is a cold-water seaweed, found in arctic waters surrounding the North Pole, down through the Baltic Sea, around northern Europe and the British Isles, Greenland, Iceland, and on the North American coasts from Alaska through California and through Canada as far south as New Jersey. Evidence on Saccharina latissima’s spore dispersal is limited. Smothering of the associated epifauna and flora may also result in mortality, depending on the how long the deposit remained over the biotope. In conditions of greater wave action, Saccharina latissima productivity (studied as Laminaria saccharina) was less than that of sheltered population; this may have been due to greater nutrient availability in the sheltered site from a current of 0.5 meters/second/second (Gerard & Mann, 1979). Sanderson, J., Dring, M., Davidson, K. & Kelly, M., 2012. Staehr, P.A. A minimum of 10 weeks a year between 5-18 °C is needed in order to ensure spore formation and hence reproduction and recruitment (Bartsch, 2013). Macroalgal spore dispersal in coastal environments: Mechanistic insights revealed by theory and experiment. FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations), 2007. Under-boulder habitats can harbour the crabs Necora puber and Pagurus bernhardus, terebellid polychaetes and the polychaete Pomatoceros spp. show a decrease of 50% photosynthetic activity when turbidity increases by 0.1/m (light attenuation coefficient = 0.1-0.2/m; Staehr & Wernberg, 2009). However, IR.LIR.K.Slat.Ldig is defined by the relative abundance of the two kelp species. 83-104. The greatest wet weight of Laminaria digitata occurs at low wave exposure (mean significant wave height <0.4 m) decreasing by a mean of 83% in medium to high wave exposures (mean significant wave height >0.4 m; Gorman et al., 2013). Blades are cut from existing plants, leaving the stipe and lower blade intact and able to keep growing. Hence ‘Not sensitive’ is recorded. However, there is no evidence that artificial light sources have caused an increase in macroalgal productivity. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 234, 111-116. Effects of dredging activities on growth of Laminaria saccharina. Epiphytic abundance and biomass on Laminaria longicruris for example increased under a eutrophic regime (Scheibling et al., 1999) and resulted in a shift from kelp dominated biotopes to an ephemeral algae dominated biotope in Norway (Moy & Christie, 2012). Marine Biology, 66, 89-94. 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