Combined effects of two ocean change stressors, warming and acidification, on fertilization and early development of the Antarctic echinoid Sterechinus neumayeri

@article{Ericson2011CombinedEO,
  title={Combined effects of two ocean change stressors, warming and acidification, on fertilization and early development of the Antarctic echinoid Sterechinus neumayeri},
  author={Jenny Ericson and Melanie A Ho and A. Miskelly and Catherine King and P. Virtue and Bronte D. Tilbrook and Maria Byrne},
  journal={Polar Biology},
  year={2011},
  volume={35},
  pages={1027-1034}
}
The effects of concurrent ocean warming and acidification on Antarctic marine benthos warrant investigation as little is known about potential synergies between these climate change stressors. We examined the interactive effects of warming and acidification on fertilization and embryonic development of the ecologically important sea urchin Sterechinus neumayeri reared from fertilization in elevated temperature (+1.5°C and 3°C) and decreased pH (−0.3 and −0.5 pH units) treatments. Fertilization… CONTINUE READING
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