Biologists ignore ocean weather at their peril

Amanda E. Bates, Brian Helmuth, Michael T. Burrows, Murray I. Duncan, Joaquim Garrabou, Tamar Guy-haim, Fernando Lima, Ana M. Queiros, Rui Seabra, Robert Marsh, Jonathan Belmaker, Nathaniel Bensoussan, Yunwei Dong, Antonios D. Mazaris, Dan Smale, Martin Wahl, Gil Rilov

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Abstract

Ecologists must understand how marine life responds to changing local conditions, rather than to overall global temperature rise, say Amanda E. Bates and 16 colleagues.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)299-301
Number of pages3
JournalNature
Volume560
Issue number7718
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 15 Aug 2018

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    Bates, A. E., Helmuth, B., Burrows, M. T., Duncan, M. I., Garrabou, J., Guy-haim, T., Lima, F., Queiros, A. M., Seabra, R., Marsh, R., Belmaker, J., Bensoussan, N., Dong, Y., Mazaris, A. D., Smale, D., Wahl, M., & Rilov, G. (2018). Biologists ignore ocean weather at their peril. Nature, 560(7718), 299-301. https://doi.org/10.1038/d41586-018-05869-5