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Ocean Acidification (Effects on Marine Animals: Miscellaneous)

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Ocean Acidification (Effects on Marine Animals: Miscellaneous)


Summary


* -- A Marine Gastropod's Response to Ocean Acidification

* -- A Marine Pteropod's Response to Undersaturated Waters

* -- The Combined Impact of Ocean Acidification and Diet on Slipper Limpet Larvae

* -- Impacts of Ocean Acidification on a Marine Food Web

* -- The Resilience of a Mediterranean Seagrass Community to Ocean Acidification

* -- Mineralogical Plasticity as an Adaptive Response to Overcoming Ocean Acidification

* -- Indirect Positive Effects of Ocean Acidification Can Overpower Sometimes Observed Direct Negative Effects

* -- A Sea Anemone's Response to Ocean Acidification

* -- Sea Hares Can Sustain Shell Calcification in Highly Acidified Water

* -- Shell Growth and Repair of Brachiopods in Acidifying Ocean Water

* -- High CO2 and Warmth: Some Microzooplankton Absolutely Love It!

* -- The Fate of a Marine Octopus Species in Our "Brave New World"

* -- Effects of Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment on a Symbiotic Anemone

* -- Effects of Ocean Acidification on Trophic Interactions Across a Natural pH Gradient

* -- Are Sea Anemones Helped or Hindered by Ocean Acidification?

* -- Some Sea Life Does Not Adapt to OA; It Makes OA Adapt to Them

* -- Seagrasses Buffering the Negative Effects of OA on Invertebrates

* -- Chitons Facing Ocean Acidification Grit Their Teeth and Prosper

* -- Ocean Acidification Impacts on Cnidarian-Dinoflagellate Symbioses

* -- Growth Rates of Hawksbill Sea Turtles of the British Virgin Islands

* -- A Real-Life Non-Calcifying Anthozoan-Symbiodinium Symbiosis

* -- How Intertidal Gastropods Deal with Acidified Seawater

* -- The Potential for Polychaetes to Cope with Ocean Acidification

* -- Marine Invertebrate Larvae in a CO2-Enriched and Warmer World

* -- Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia: Double Trouble for Tubeworms?

* -- CO2-Enriched Seawater and the Self-Righting Ability of Gastropods

* -- Microzooplankton in an Acidifying Arctic Ocean

* -- Sea Anemones and Microbes in a CO2-Vent-Induced pH Gradient

* -- Would Sea Anemones Survive in a High-CO2 World of the Future?

* -- Ocean Acidification Effects on Two Predator-Prey Relationships

* -- Effects of Ocean Acidification on Juvenile Arctic Pteropods

* -- Occasionally-Slowed Organismal Development in Low-pH Seawater

* -- Acidified Seawater: Does It Always Depress Calcification?

* -- How Adult Oyster Exposure to Ocean Acidification Impacts the Response of Their Offspring to Elevated Atmospheric CO2

* -- What is the Best Frame of Reference for Evaluating the Biological Consequences of Ocean Acidification?

* -- Earth's Marine Life Not Going "Quietly Into the Night" of Ocean Acidification

* -- Hear Ye, Hear Ye: Ocean Acidification and Ocean Noise

* -- Ocean pH Tolerance in Two Important Antarctic Invertebrates

* -- Bryozoan Responses to Naturally Acidified Seawater

Responses of 18 Benthic Marine Calcifiers to Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment

Elevated CO2 and Warming: Not Always Detrimental

CO2-Enriched Seawater: A Menace to Marine Meiofauna?

Ocean Acidification and Jellyfish Abundance