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  • Ocean acidification can mediate biodiversity shifts by changing biogenic habitat 

    Sunday, JM; Fabricius, KE; Kroeker, KJ; Anderson, KM; Brown, NE; Barry, JP; Connell, SD; Dupont, S; Gaylord, B; Hall-Spencer, JM; Klinger, T; Milazzo, M; Munday, PL; Russell, BD; Sanford, E; Thiyagarajan, V; Vaughan, MLH; Widdicombe, S; Harley, CDG (2016-11-21)
  • Ocean acidification through the lens of ecological theory. 

    Gaylord, B; Kroeker, KJ; Sunday, JM; Anderson, KM; Barry, JP; Brown, NE; Connell, SD; Dupont, S; Fabricius, KE; Hall-Spencer, JH; Klinger, T; Milazzo, M; Munday, PL; Russell, BD; Sanford, E; Schreiber, SJ; Thiyagarajan, V; Vaughan, MLH; Widdicombe, S; Harley, CDG (United States, 2015-01)
    Ocean acidification, chemical changes to the carbonate system of seawater, is emerging as a key environmental challenge accompanying global warming and other human-induced perturbations. Considerable research seeks to ...
  • Towards improved socio-economic assessments of ocean acidification's impacts. 

    Hilmi, N; Allemand, D; Dupont, S; Safa, A; Haraldsson, G; Nunes, PALD; Moore, C; Hattam, C; Reynaud, S; Hall-Spencer, JM; Fine, M; Turley, C; Jeffree, R; Orr, J; Munday, PL; Cooley, SR (Germany, 2013)
    Ocean acidification is increasingly recognized as a component of global change that could have a wide range of impacts on marine organisms, the ecosystems they live in, and the goods and services they provide humankind. ...

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