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Assessing Lethal Dissolved Oxygen Tolerance for Invasive TunicateCiona savignyiin Puget Sound
Ciona savignyi is a solitary tunicate (Phylum Chordata, Class Ascidiacea) native to Japan that has invaded coastal habitats in the north-east Pacific and New Zealand. In the Puget Sound of Washington, USA, we examined the ability of C. savignyi to survive in artificially created hypoxic environments to determine if reduced dissolved oxygen (DO) treatments could be a viable control method. In laboratory bioassays, treatment groups that were immersed in DO concentrations ranging from completelydoi:10.3955/046.087.0203 fatcat:kqes7nsvvjhald5ujhdl5alhxa