Elevated water temperature and carbon dioxide concentration increase the growth of a keystone echinoderm.

Abstract

Anthropogenic climate change poses a serious threat to biodiversity. In marine environments, multiple climate variables, including temperature and CO(2) concentration ([CO(2)]), are changing simultaneously. Although temperature has well-documented ecological effects, and many heavily calcified marine organisms experience reduced growth with increased [CO(2… (More)
DOI: 10.1073/pnas.0811143106

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