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Responses of pink salmon to CO2-induced aquatic acidification
Ou, M.; Hamilton, T.J.; Eom, J.; Lyall, E.M.; Gallup, J.; Jiang, A.; Lee, J.; Close, D.A.; Yun, S.-S.; Brauner, C.J. (2015). Responses of pink salmon to CO2-induced aquatic acidification. Nat. Clim. Chang. 5(10): 950–955.
In: Nature Climate Change. Nature Publishing Group: London. ISSN 1758-678X; e-ISSN 1758-6798, more
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  • Ou, M.
  • Hamilton, T.J.
  • Eom, J.
  • Lyall, E.M.
  • Gallup, J.
  • Jiang, A.
  • Lee, J.
  • Close, D.A.
  • Yun, S.-S.
  • Brauner, C.J.

    Pink salmon start life in fresh water before moving to the sea. This study shows that CO2-induced acidification due to climate change detrimentally affects salmon physiology and behaviour in fresh water and shortly following seawater entry.

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