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The impact of CO2 emissions on 'nuisance' marine species
Anthropogenic CO2 emissions are being taken up from the atmosphere by the oceans, increasing the availability of dissolved inorganic carbon but reducing both the carbonate saturation and pH of seawater. This ocean acidification ...
Effects of Ocean Warming and Acidification on Rhodolith/Maërl Beds
Coralline algae are expected to be adversely impacted by global warming and ocean acidification, although there has been no synthesis of these effects on habitat-forming species. We compiled published responses of maërl ...
North Atlantic Rhodolith Beds
Aggregations of living unattached corallines, previously often referred to as nodules, were given the name rhodoliths by Bosselini and Ginsburg ( 1971 ). Adey and MacIntyre ( 1973 ) provided an early discussion of their ...
European Red List of Habitats Part 1. Marine habitats
(Publications Office of the European Union, 2016)
The European Red List of Habitats provides an overview of the risk of collapse (degree of endangerment) of marine, terrestrial and freshwater habitats in the European Union (EU28) and adjacent regions (EU28+), based on a ...
Loss of Mediterranean marine biodiversity in a high-CO2 world
(CIESM, 16 bd de Suisse, MC-98000, Monaco, 2008-10-01)
Maerl - a spectacular Firth of Clyde habitat.
Festival publicity helped change fishing policy.
(British Association for the Advancement of Science., 2007-06-01)