Warming by 1C drives species and assemblage level responses in Antarctic's marine shallows


Ashton et al. describe population to assemblage level responses to the most realistic in situ warming of marine life to date, implemented in Antarctica. These include surprising increases in growth rate with a 1C rise in sea temperature and domination of the benthic community by a pioneer species that dramatically altered community structure.

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Original Source: Current Biology