Testing the Adaptive Potential of Yellowtail Kingfish to Ocean Warming and Acidification

Philip L. Munday, Celia Schunter, Bridie J. M. Allan, Simon Nicol, Darren M. Parsons, Stephen M. J. Pether, Stephen Pope, Timothy Ravasi, Alvin N. Setiawan, Neville Smith, Jose A. Domingos
2019 Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution  
but increasing in relative abundance between 1 and 21 dph at 25 • C. This suggests that this family line could perform better under future warming than in current-day conditions. Our results provide the first preliminary evidence of the adaptive potential of a large pelagic fisheries species to future ocean conditions.
doi:10.3389/fevo.2019.00253 fatcat:kinqnvqmqrhxde2opwt34zj2t4