The Biological Response in the Sea to Climatic Changes

@inproceedings{Gushing1977TheBR,
  title={The Biological Response in the Sea to Climatic Changes},
  author={David H. Gushing and Robert R. Dickson},
  year={1977}
}
Publisher Summary This chapter examines the response of animals to climatic change on a world-wide scale. In terms of populations, the response to climatic change is the prime environmental agent. Individuals are affected by a gamut of environmental factors, but the populations have evolved to resist them insofar as they can. The evolution of migration has resulted in a larval drift between spawning ground and nursery ground, where, presumably, the opportunities for larval survival, in terms of… CONTINUE READING

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