Effects of expected global climate change on marine faunas.

  title={Effects of expected global climate change on marine faunas.},
  author={Paul A. Fields and Jeffrey B. Graham and Richard H. Rosenblatt and George N Somero},
  journal={Trends in ecology & evolution},
  volume={8 10},
Anthropogenically induced global climate change is likely to have a major impact on marine ecosystems, affecting both biodiversity and productivity. These changes will, in turn, have a large impact on humankind's interactions with the sea. By examining the effects of past climate changes on the ocean, as well as by determining how shifts in physical parameters of the ocean may affect physiology, biochemistry and community interactions, scientists are beginning to explore the possible effects of… CONTINUE READING
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