Microecological Impacts of Global Warming on Crustaceans — Temperature Induced Shifts in the Release of Larvae from American Lobster , Homarus Americanus , Females

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As ocean temperatures increase, crustaceans become subjected to more immediate, microecological impacts because of their exothermically-driven growth and development. In this laboratory-based study, ovigerous American lobster (Homarus americanus) were allowed to incubate their eggs for either a normal period of time (7–9 months including time at… (More)

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