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Ocean Acidification (Effects on Marine Animals: Crustaceans)

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Ocean Acidification (Effects on Marine Animals: Crustaceans)


Summary


* -- A Northern Atlantic Krill Species Demonstrates Tolerance to Ocean Acidification

* -- Copepod Response to Ocean Acidification and Salinity Stress

* -- Phenotypic Adaptation of an Arctic Copepod to Ocean Acidification

* -- Ocean Acidification Fails to Impact the Behavior and Body Size of a Common Copepod

* -- The Survival of a Pacific Krill Species Under Ocean Acidification

* -- The Response of the Grass Shrimp to Ocean Acidification and Warming

* -- The Impact of Ocean Acidification on Blue King Crab

* -- An Arctic Copepod is Unaffected by Ocean Acidification

* -- Ocean Acidification Alleviates Mercury Toxicity in a Marine Copepod

* -- Mantis Shrimp Tolerate Ocean Acidification and Warming

* -- An Absence of Ocean Acidification Impacts on Two Marine Copepods

* -- Effects of CO2-Induced Ocean Acidification on a Common Copepod

* -- The Non-effects of Ocean Acidification on Rock Lobsters

Do Acidifying Oceans Portend the Eventual Demise of Copepods?

Courageous Copepods Coping with Catastrophic Climate Change

Copepods Coping with Real-World Rapid Reductions in Ocean pH

The Ability of Marine Invertebrates to Survive Ocean Acidification

North Atlantic Copepods Exposed to Very Acidified Seawater

Arctic Copepods Getting Acidified ... Under Sea Ice ... in the Dark!

Larval Development of Barnacles in a Future CO2-Enriched Ocean

The Reproduction of a Key Arctic Copepod in Low-pH Seawater

Environmental Change and Potential Trophic Mismatches

Early Life Stages of Shrimp and Mussels in Low pH Seawater

Ocean Acidification and the Velvet Swimming Crab