Which species respond fastest to warming? 2015
A new study shows that marine species with wide latitudinal ranges and high mobility are extending their ranges fastest in response to climate warming.
Article in Pacific Standard
Article in Conservation Magazine
Article in News Science Online
Sunday, J.M., G.T. Pecl, S.Frusher, A.J. Hobday, N.Hill, N.J. Holbrook, G.J. Edgar, R.Stuart-Smith, N.Barrett, T.Wernberg, R.A. Watson, D.A. Smale, E.A. Fulton, D. Slawinski, M. Feng, B.T. Radford, P.A. Thompson, A.E. Bates.
Species traits and climate velocity explain geographic range shifts in an ocean warming hotspot. Ecology Letters.
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As the oceans warm, wide-ranging species will have an edge (UBC press release)
Study Sheds Light on the Ability of Different Marine Species to Respond to Climate Warming (Wiley News Roundup)
Marine travellers best able to adapt to warming waters (U of Southampton press release)