Homing ability of adult cardinalfish is affected by elevated carbon dioxide

@article{Devine2011HomingAO,
  title={Homing ability of adult cardinalfish is affected by elevated carbon dioxide},
  author={Brynn M Devine and Philip L Munday and Geoffrey P. Jones},
  journal={Oecologia},
  year={2011},
  volume={168},
  pages={269-276}
}
The levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) predicted for the oceans by the end of this century have recently been shown to impair olfactory discrimination in larval fishes. However, whether this disruption extends to olfactory-mediated behaviour in adult fishes is unknown. In many fishes, adult survival and reproduction can be critically dependent upon navigation to home sites. We tested the effects that near-future levels of CO2 (550, 700 or 950 ppm) have on the ability of adult five-lined… CONTINUE READING
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