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<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> Although shelled pteropods are expected to be particularly sensitive to ocean acidification, the few available studies have mostly focused on polar species and have not allowed determining which parameter of the carbonate system controls their calcification. Specimens of the temperate Mediterranean species <i>Creseis acicula</i> were maintained under seven different conditions of the carbonate chemistry, obtained by manipulating pH and total alkalinity, with thedoi:10.5194/bgd-9-6169-2012 fatcat:7mbv5ax7ozhjnjvoirubxmfhki