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Ocean Acidification (Effects on Marine Animals: Echinoderms)

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Ocean Acidification (Effects on Marine Animals: Echinoderms)


* -- Field Studies Matter in Ocean Acidification Experiments

* -- The Resilience of Sea Urchin Larval Settlement Under Ocean Acidification

* -- The Adaptive Response of a Sea Urchin to Ocean Acidification

* -- A Sea Urchin's Response to Static vs Fluctuating Seawater pH

* -- The Transgenerational Plasticity of the Purple Sea Urchin

* -- Echinometra Sea Urchins Thriving on CO2 from Volcanic Vents

Long-term Mesocosm Study of OA Effects on a Sea Urchin Species

Acidification Effects on Rock-Boring Sea Urchins of the Red Sea

The Response of a Coral Reef Sea Urchin to Ocean Acidification

Purple Sea Urchins: Primed for Rapid Evolution in Acidifying Seas

Ocean Acidification: Separating the Winners from the Losers

How Southern Ocean Echinoderm Larvae Respond to Elevated CO2

Sub-Antarctic Sea Urchin Larval Responses to Lower Seawater pH

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

Sea Stars - with Missing Arms! - Experiencing Ocean Acidification

Organismal Response to Ocean Acidification: The Role of Evolution

Effects of Ocean Acidification on Early Development of Sea Urchins

Sea Urchin Larvae Living in Periodically Low-pH Seawater

Ocean pH Tolerance in Two Important Antarctic Invertebrates

Elevated CO2 and Early Life Stages of Mediterranean Sea Urchins

The Fate of Juvenile Sea Stars in an "Acidified" Ocean