Evolved differences in energy metabolism and growth dictate the impacts of ocean acidification on abalone aquaculture

Daniel Swezey, Sara Boles, Kristin Aquilino, Haley Stott, Doug Bush, Andrew Whitehead, Tessa Hill, Eric Sanford, Laura Rogers-Bennett, Tessa Hill & Eric Sanford
Ocean acidification (OA) poses a major threat to marine ecosystems and shellfish aquaculture. A promising mitigation strategy is the identification and breeding of shellfish varieties exhibiting resilience to acidification stress. We experimentally compared the effects of OA on two populations of red abalone (Haliotis rufescens), a marine mollusck important to fisheries and global aquaculture. Results from our experiments simulating captive aquaculture conditions demonstrated that abalone sourced from a strong upwelling region were tolerant of ongoing...
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