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Fast reproduction to sustain invasion success

Why do some species become invasive in new ocean habitats while others do not?

 

GEOMAR Press Release 16 November 2017/Kiel.

 

Oceans of Impact

The ocean has been experiencing substantial changes in marine physics, chemistry and biology including ocean acidification, rising seawater temperature, ocean deoxygenation and sea level rise. These four, often interacting factors, are expected to increase over the coming decades depending on the concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. It is imperative that international decision-makers and stakeholders understand the enormous role the ocean plays in sustaining life on Earth, and the consequences of a high CO2 world for the ocean and society.

 

Cod, haddock and herring predicted to leave warming Scottish waters

Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS) News release, October 31, 2017

 

Cod, herring and haddock may vanish from Scotland’s west coast waters by the turn of the century because of global warming.

 

POGO side event at International Workshop on Marine and Atmospheric Sciences

 

POGO Newsletter 30, October 2017

This issue features various news articles from the POGO members, updates on Capacity Building, POGO Working Groups & POGO representation at international meetings.

 

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