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Assessing the sensitivity of bivalve populations to global warming using an individual-based modelling approach

Global Change Biology

Jul 22, 2018

Yoann Thomas, Cédric Bacher

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Climate change exposes benthic species populations in coastal ecosystems to a combination of different stressors (e.g., warming, acidification and eutrophication), threatening the sustainability of the ecological functions they provide. Thermal stress appears to be one of the strongest ...read more

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Thermotolerance
Metabolic Process, Cellular
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Global Warming
Physiological Stress
Acclimatization
Environment
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Acidification - ActCode
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Assessing the sensitivity of bivalve populations to global warming using an individual-based modelling approach

Global Change Biology

Jul 22, 2018

Yoann Thomas, Cédric Bacher

PMID: 30030873

DOI: 10.1111/gcb.14402

Abstract

Climate change exposes benthic species populations in coastal ecosystems to a combination of different stressors (e.g., warming, acidification and eutrophication), threatening the sustainability of the ecological functions they provide. Thermal stress appears to be one of the strongest ...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Thermotolerance
Metabolic Process, Cellular
Biochemical Pathway
Patterns
Global Warming
Physiological Stress
Acclimatization
Environment
Magallana
Acidification - ActCode
4
2
52

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Climate Change (ASM)

The Earth's climate system has undergone periods of climate change throughout its geological history. Human factors, such as the burning of fossil fuels have greatly affected the climate system and is thought to be responsible for recent changes to the climate. Discover the latest research on Climate Change here.

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