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Lagrangian descriptions of marine larval dispersion
Many marine organisms are sedentary as adults and are redistributed between genera- tions by the oceanic transport of planktonic larvae. In order to assess interactions among oceano- graphic andExpand
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Moving beyond assumptions to understand abundance distributions across the ranges of species.
The assumption that species are most abundant in the center of their range and decline in abundance toward the range edges has a long history in the ecological literature. This assumption has drivenExpand
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Temperature or Transport? Range Limits in Marine Species Mediated Solely by Flow
Clusters of range boundaries in coastal marine species often occur at shoreline locations where major nearshore ocean currents collide. Observing that these currents are typically composed of watersExpand
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Functional impacts of ocean acidification in an ecologically critical foundation species
SUMMARY Anthropogenic CO2 is reducing the pH and altering the carbonate chemistry of seawater, with repercussions for marine organisms and ecosystems. Current research suggests that calcificationExpand
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Mechanical Consequences of Size in Wave‐Swept Algae
The intertidal zone of wave-swept rocky shores is characterized by high velocities and exceedingly rapid accelerations. The resulting hydrodynamic forces (drag, lift, and the accelerational force)Expand
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The mechanics of wave-swept algae.
Wave-swept marine algae must contend with the hydrodynamic forces imposed by extreme water velocities. Nonetheless, they seldom have a shape that appears streamlined and they are constructed of weak,Expand
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Propagule dispersal in seaweeds is a process influenced by a variety of biological and physical factors, the complexity of which has hindered efforts to understand colonization, persistence,Expand
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Detailing agents of physical disturbance: wave-induced velocities and accelerations on a rocky shore
Abstract Water motion produced by breaking waves plays a defining role in structuring intertidal communities. However, despite the clear ecological importance of wave action, fine-scale details ofExpand
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Evolutionary change during experimental ocean acidification
Rising atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) conditions are driving unprecedented changes in seawater chemistry, resulting in reduced pH and carbonate ion concentrations in the Earth’s oceans. This oceanExpand
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Persistent carry-over effects of planktonic exposure to ocean acidification in the Olympia oyster.
Predicting impacts of global environmental change is challenging due to the complex life cycles that characterize many terrestrial and aquatic taxa. Different life stages often interact with theExpand
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