Data from: Evolutionary change during experimental ocean acidification

Melissa H. Pespeni, Eric Sanford, Tessa M. Hill, Jessica D. Hosfelt, Hannah K. Jaris, Michele LaVigne, Brian Gaylord, Elizabeth A. Lenz, Ann D. Russell, Megan K. Young & Stephen R. Palumbi
Rising atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) conditions are driving unprecedented changes in seawater chemistry, resulting in reduced pH and carbonate ion concentrations in the Earth’s oceans. This ocean acidification has negative but variable impacts on individual performance in many marine species. However, little is known about the adaptive capacity of species to respond to an acidified ocean, and as a result, predictions regarding future ecosystem responses remain incomplete. Here we demonstrate that ocean acidification generates striking...
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