Response of Pacific oysters to climate change conditions

Published: 18 October 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/kx7mp5v7zz.1
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Kathryn Pack

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The interactive effects of warming, ocean acidification and reduced salinity on the globally distributed marine NIS Magallana gigas (Pacific oyster) over a ten-month period. Growth, clearance and oxygen consumption rates were measured monthly to assess individual fitness. See publication for more details on the experimental set up and how the data were collected: Pack, K.E., Rius, M. and Mieszkowska, N., 2021. Long-term environmental tolerance of the non-indigenous Pacific oyster to expected contemporary climate change conditions. Marine Environmental Research, 164, p.105226.

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University of Southampton

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Animal Physiology, Climate Change, Oyster

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