Latent Effects from Low Salinity Stress and the Interactive Influence of Temperature and Salinity on Larval and Juvenile Growth in the Marine Gastropod Crepidula Fornicata.

Bashevkin, Samuel M.
2014

Abstract: Sea surface temperatures have been rising and are predicted to continue rising in coming years because of global warming. In addition, salinity has been decreasing in high latitudes and is expected to continue decreasing due to altered precipitation patterns and glacial melting caused by climate change. Many marine organisms that are adapted to the present conditions may be drastically a... read more

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Undergraduate Honors Theses
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Crepidula--Larvae--Effect of temperature on.
Gastropoda--Larvae.
Salinity--Physiological effect.
Tufts University. Department of Biology.
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http://hdl.handle.net/10427/002138
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