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Title: Interactions among ocean acidification, elevated temperature and macroalgal presence on coral larvae stress and post-settlement survivorship : Final report.
Authors: Ross, Cliff
Keywords: ocean acidification
macroalgal presence
coral larvae
environmental stress
coral reefs
Big Pine Ledges (Florida)
Issue Date: 1-Apr-2013
Publisher: Mote Marine Laboratory, Sarasota Florida (Protect Our Reefs grant) and University of North Florida, Jacksonville Florida.
Series/Report no.: POR;2012-8
Abstract: A 2 year study which explicitly examines how elevated pCO2, and the resultant increased OA, in concert with elevated seawater temperature and macroalgal exposure (individually and in combination) affect coral larvae health, survival, settlement and post-settlement growth and survival.
Description: pdf 26 p., graphs. Bibliography p. 24-25.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2075/3231
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