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Micro-CT analysis of the Caribbean octocoralEunicea flexuosasubjected to elevatedpCO2
ICES Journal of Marine Science
Rising anthropogenic carbon dioxide has resulted in a drop in ocean pH, a phenomenon known as ocean acidification (OA). These acidified waters have many ramifications for diverse marine biota, especially those species which precipitate calcium carbonate skeletons. The permanence of coral reef ecosystems is therefore closely related to OA stress as habitat-forming corals will exhibit reduced calcification and growth. Relatively little is known concerning the fate of other constituent taxa whichdoi:10.1093/icesjms/fsv159 fatcat:75ag5wknojguhk5pvjmddqshwq