Living on the edge: tolerance to environmental stressors and reproductive dynamics of the gastropod Crepidula fornicata across the intertidal-subtidal boundary.

Diederich, Casey.


  • Abstract: Species' ranges are generally studied on a latitudinal scale, and species are often limited by their tolerance and responsiveness to physical stressors. Many organisms, though, live in the transitional area between terrestrial and marine environments, the intertidal zone. Most of the species that occupy the intertidal zone are of marine descent and many can also be found deep into th... read more
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