Marine invertebrates in coastal communities are currently experiencing unprecedented, rapid environmental change. These symptoms of climate change and ocean acidification are projected to worsen faster than can be accommodated by evolutionary processes like adaptation via natural selection, necessitating investigations of alternative mechanisms that facilitate adaptive responses to environmental change. This dissertation posits that in the […]
Simple Summary Coral reefs are vital ecosystems with high biodiversity and ecological services for coastal communities. Climate change is accelerating, with detrimental consequences on coral reefs and related communities, but it is challenging to keep up with the literature given its current rapid expansion. The current review foresees three future trends in the area of […]
Highlights Abstract Ocean acidification (OA) exhibits high threat to marine microalgae. However, the role of marine sediment in the OA-induced adverse effect towards microalgae is largely unknown. In this work, the effects of OA (pH 7.50) on the growth of individual and co-cultured microalgae (Emiliania huxleyi, Isochrysis galbana, Chlorella vulgaris, Phaeodactylum tricornutum, and Platymonas helgolandica tsingtaoensis) were systematically investigated in […]
Ocean acidification is a topic that has been gaining more attention in recent years, and for good reason. It is a serious threat to the health and well-being of our oceans, and ultimately to the survival of countless species that call the ocean home. In this video, we will explore what ocean acidification is, how […]
A vibrant coral reef in the Maldives. Credit: Luiz Rocha, California Academy of Sciences. In a paper published today in the journal Environmental Research Letters, an international research team composed of scientists affiliated with more than a dozen institutions, including the California Academy of Sciences, propose a first-of-its-kind framework for governments around the world to evaluate […]
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