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Impact of near-future ocean acidification on echinoderms

Ecotoxicology

Feb 5, 2010

S T DupontMichael C Thorndyke

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As a consequence of increasing atmospheric CO(2), the world's oceans are warming and slowly becoming more acidic (ocean acidification, OA) and profound changes in marine ecosystems are certain. Calcification is one of the primary targets for studies of the impact of CO(2)-driven climate...read more

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Climate Change
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Impact of near-future ocean acidification on echinoderms

Ecotoxicology

Feb 5, 2010

S T DupontMichael C Thorndyke

PMID: 20130988

DOI: 10.1007/s10646-010-0463-6

Abstract

As a consequence of increasing atmospheric CO(2), the world's oceans are warming and slowly becoming more acidic (ocean acidification, OA) and profound changes in marine ecosystems are certain. Calcification is one of the primary targets for studies of the impact of CO(2)-driven climate...read more

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Global Warming
Impacted Tooth
Acidification - ActCode
Water Pollution, Chemical
Landfill Leachate
Organism
Metaplastic Cell Transformation
Acids
Climate Change
Carbon Dioxide
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3
433
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Effects of anthropogenic seawater acidification on acid-base balance in the sea urchin Psammechinus miliaris

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Near future ocean acidification increases growth rate of the lecithotrophic larvae and juveniles of the sea star Crossaster papposus

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