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Biogeographic vulnerability to ocean acidification and warming in a marine bivalve

(2018) MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN. 126. p.308-311
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Anthropogenic CO2 emissions are rapidly changing seawater temperature, pH and carbonate chemistry. This study compares the embryonic development under high pCO(2) conditions across the south-north distribution range of the marine clam Limecola balthica in NW Europe. The combined effects of elevated temperature and reduced pH on hatching success and size varied strongly between the three studied populations, with the Gulf of Finland population appearing most endangered under the conditions predicted to occur by 2100. These results demonstrate that the assessment of marine faunal population persistence to future climatic conditions needs to consider the interactive effects of co-occurring physico-chemical alterations in seawater within the local context that determines population fitness, adaptation potential and the system resilience to environmental change.
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Ocean acidification, Sea surface temperature rise, Biogeography, Mollusks, Embryogenesis, Limecola (Macoma) balthica, MACOMA-BALTHICA, TERM CHANGES, PH, ECOSYSTEM, IMPACTS, LARVAE

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Van Colen, Carl, Anna Jansson, Alice Saunier, Thomas Lacoue-Labathe, and Magda Vincx. 2018. “Biogeographic Vulnerability to Ocean Acidification and Warming in a Marine Bivalve.” Marine Pollution Bulletin 126: 308–311.
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Van Colen, C., Jansson, A., Saunier, A., Lacoue-Labathe, T., & Vincx, M. (2018). Biogeographic vulnerability to ocean acidification and warming in a marine bivalve. MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 126, 308–311.
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Van Colen C, Jansson A, Saunier A, Lacoue-Labathe T, Vincx M. Biogeographic vulnerability to ocean acidification and warming in a marine bivalve. MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN. 2018;126:308–11.
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Van Colen, Carl, Anna Jansson, Alice Saunier, et al. “Biogeographic Vulnerability to Ocean Acidification and Warming in a Marine Bivalve.” MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN 126 (2018): 308–311. Print.
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  abstract     = {Anthropogenic CO2 emissions are rapidly changing seawater temperature, pH and carbonate chemistry. This study compares the embryonic development under high pCO(2) conditions across the south-north distribution range of the marine clam Limecola balthica in NW Europe. The combined effects of elevated temperature and reduced pH on hatching success and size varied strongly between the three studied populations, with the Gulf of Finland population appearing most endangered under the conditions predicted to occur by 2100. These results demonstrate that the assessment of marine faunal population persistence to future climatic conditions needs to consider the interactive effects of co-occurring physico-chemical alterations in seawater within the local context that determines population fitness, adaptation potential and the system resilience to environmental change.},
  author       = {Van Colen, Carl and Jansson, Anna and Saunier, Alice and Lacoue-Labathe, Thomas and Vincx, Magda},
  issn         = {0025-326X},
  journal      = {MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN},
  keyword      = {Ocean acidification,Sea surface temperature rise,Biogeography,Mollusks,Embryogenesis,Limecola (Macoma) balthica,MACOMA-BALTHICA,TERM CHANGES,PH,ECOSYSTEM,IMPACTS,LARVAE},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {308--311},
  title        = {Biogeographic vulnerability to ocean acidification and warming in a marine bivalve},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.marpolbul.2017.10.092},
  volume       = {126},
  year         = {2018},
}

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