Projected marine climate change: effects on copepod oxidative status and reproduction

@inproceedings{Vehmaa2013ProjectedMC,
  title={Projected marine climate change: effects on copepod oxidative status and reproduction},
  author={Anu Vehmaa and Hedvig Hogfors and Elena Gorokhova and Andreas Brutemark and Towe Holmborn and Jonna Engstr{\"o}m-{\"O}st},
  booktitle={Ecology and evolution},
  year={2013}
}
Zooplankton are an important link between primary producers and fish. Therefore, it is crucial to address their responses when predicting effects of climate change on pelagic ecosystems. For realistic community-level predictions, several biotic and abiotic climate-related variables should be examined in combination. We studied the combined effects of ocean acidification and global warming predicted for year 2100 with toxic cyanobacteria on the calanoid copepod, Acartia bifilosa. Acidification… CONTINUE READING
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