Climate change reduces offspring fitness in littoral spawners: a study integrating organismic response and long-term time-series.

@article{Bartolini2013ClimateCR,
  title={Climate change reduces offspring fitness in littoral spawners: a study integrating organismic response and long-term time-series.},
  author={Fabrizio Bartolini and Alberto Barausse and H. -O. P{\"o}rtner and Folco Giomi},
  journal={Global change biology},
  year={2013},
  volume={19 2},
  pages={373-86}
}
Integrating long-term ecological observations with experimental findings on species response and tolerance to environmental stress supports an understanding of climate effects on population dynamics. Here, we combine the two approaches, laboratory experiments and analysis of multi-decadal time-series, to understand the consequences of climate anomalies and ongoing change for the population dynamics of a eurythermal littoral species, Carcinus aestuarii. For the generation of cause and effect… CONTINUE READING
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