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From:Marine Biology (Vol. 157, Issue 12) Peer-ReviewedAbstract Only
From:Marine Biology (Vol. 160, Issue 8) Peer-ReviewedOcean acidification is elicited by anthropogenic carbon dioxide emissions and resulting oceanic uptake of excess C[O.sub.2] and might constitute an abiotic stressor powerful enough to alter marine ecosystem structures....
From:PLoS ONE (Vol. 6, Issue 9) Peer-ReviewedProgressive ocean acidification due to anthropogenic CO.sub.2 emissions will alter marine ecosytem processes. Calcifying organisms might be particularly vulnerable to these alterations in the speciation of the marine...
From:Biogeosciences (Vol. 18, Issue 8) Peer-ReviewedThe Baltic Sea has a salinity gradient decreasing from fully marine ( 25) in the west to below 7 in the central Baltic Proper. Habitat-forming and ecologically dominant mytilid mussels exhibit decreasing growth when...
From:Marine Biology (Vol. 160, Issue 8) Peer-ReviewedMarine organisms have to cope with increasing C[O.sub.2] partial pressures and decreasing pH in the oceans. We elucidated the impacts of an 8-week acclimation period to four seawater pC[O.sub.2] treatments (39, 113, 243...
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