Settlement pattern of Posidonia oceanica epibionts along a gradient of ocean acidification: an approach with mimics

@inproceedings{Donnarumma2018SettlementPO,
  title={Settlement pattern of Posidonia oceanica epibionts along a gradient of ocean acidification: an approach with mimics},
  author={Luigia Donnarumma and Chiara Lombardi and Silvia Cocito and Maria Cristina Gambi},
  year={2018}
}
Effects of ocean acidification (OA on the colonization/settlement pattern of the epibiont community of the leaves and rhizomes of the Mediterranean seagrass, Posidonia oceanica, have been studied at volcanic CO2 vents off Ischia (Italy), using “mimics” as artificial substrates. The experiments were conducted in shallow Posidonia stands (2-3 m depth), in three stations on the north and three on the south sides of the study area, distributed along a pH gradient. At each station, 4 rhizome mimics… CONTINUE READING

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