An in situ assessment of local adaptation in a calcifying polychaete from a shallow CO 2 vent system

@inproceedings{Lucey2016AnIS,
  title={An in situ assessment of local adaptation in a calcifying polychaete from a shallow CO
2 vent system},
  author={Noelle Marie Lucey and Chiara Lombardi and Maurizio Florio and Lucia DeMarchi and Matteo Nannini and Simon D Rundle and Maria Cristina Gambi and Piero Calosi},
  booktitle={Evolutionary applications},
  year={2016}
}
Ocean acidification (OA) is likely to exert selective pressure on natural populations. Our ability to predict which marine species will adapt to OA and what underlies this adaptive potential is of high conservation and resource management priority. Using a naturally low-pH vent site in the Mediterranean Sea (Castello Aragonese, Ischia) mirroring projected future OA conditions, we carried out a reciprocal transplant experiment to investigate the relative importance of phenotypic plasticity and… CONTINUE READING
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