Rasmus Ejbye-Ernst

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Rehabilitation of marine mammals with the intent of releasing them back into nature is carried out for several species. Rehabilitation can help supporting critically endangered species, increase public awareness, and serve scientific purposes, but rehabilitation also causes concern due to risk of introducing diseases into the wild populations and genetic(More)
Ongoing climate change is predicted to affect the distribution and abundance of aquatic ectotherms owing to increasing constraints on organismal physiology, in particular involving the metabolic scope (MS) available for performance and fitness. The oxygen- and capacity-limited thermal tolerance (OCLTT) hypothesis prescribes MS as an overarching benchmark(More)
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