Parental Environment Mediates Impacts Of Increased Carbon Dioxide On A Coral Reef Fish

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Nature Climate Change, 2012, 2 (12), pp. 858 - 861
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Carbon dioxide concentrations in the surface ocean are increasing owing to rising CO2 concentrations in the atmosphere(1). Higher CO2 levels are predicted to affect essential physiological processes of many aquatic organisms(2,3), leading to widespread i
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