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Simultaneous Ocean Acidification and Warming
(Effects on Marine Animals: Miscellaneous)

Material in this section originates from the following category in our Subject Index:

Ocean Acidification and Warming (Effects on Marine Animals: Miscellaneous)


Summary


* -- A Zooplankton's Response to Ocean Acidification and Warming

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

* -- Observed Tolerance of Juvenile Blue Crabs to Ocean Acidification

* -- Combined Ocean Acidification and Heat Shock on a Benthic Copepod

* -- Elevated CO2 and Warming Impacts on Australian Jumping Snail

* -- Mussels Better Protected from Sea Stars in a CO2-Enriched World

* -- Antarctic Brachiopod Shell Growth and Repair in OA Conditions

* -- Marine Whelks Expanding Their Ranges Encounter Less Parasites

* -- Mussels Flex Their Muscles when Temperature & OA Both Increase

Effects of Elevated CO2 and Warming on Arctic Calanoid Copepods

Embryonic Norway Lobsters in a Warmed and Acidified Ocean

Marine Tubeworms in a CO2-Enriched and Warmer World

Juvenile Barnacles in a Significantly Warmed and Acidified Ocean

Jellyfish Blooms: Rising or Falling? ... or Doing a Bit of Both?

Female Copepods Help Their Offspring Survive OA and Warming

Larval Growth of Oysters in a Warming and CO2-Accreting World

Baltic Sea Barnacles: Preparing Themselves for the Future

How Ocean Acidification and Warming Impact Predator-Prey Relationships of Calcifying Organisms

The Impact of Ocean Acidification and Warming on a Calcifying Predator-Prey Relationship

Effects of Ocean Warming and Acidification on Jellyfish

CO2-Enriched Seawater: A Menace to Marine Meiofauna?