Environmental Extremes Are Associated with Dietary Patterns in Arabian Gulf Reef Fishes

@inproceedings{Shraim2017EnvironmentalEA,
  title={Environmental Extremes Are Associated with Dietary Patterns in Arabian Gulf Reef Fishes},
  author={Rasha Shraim and Mame M. Dieng and Manikandan Vinu and Grace O. Vaughan and Dain McParland and Youssef Idaghdour and J A Burt},
  booktitle={Front. Mar. Sci.},
  year={2017}
}
Climate change is affecting the trophic ecology of reef fishes through changes in reef-associated food availability and fish feeding behavior. The southern Arabian Gulf is a thermally extreme environment, providing an opportunity to study fish diets on reefs with summer temperatures representative of next-century conditions elsewhere. Using 18S metagenomic… CONTINUE READING