Data from: Effects of hypoxia and ocean acidification on the upper thermal niche boundaries of coral reef fishes

Rasmus Ern, Jacob L. Johansen, Jodie L. Rummer & Andrew J. Esbaugh
Rising ocean temperatures are predicted to cause a poleward shift in the distribution of marine fishes occupying the extent of latitudes tolerable within their thermal range boundaries. A prevailing theory suggests that the upper thermal limits of fishes are constrained by hypoxia and ocean acidification. However, some eurythermal fish species do not conform to this theory, and maintain their upper thermal limits in hypoxia. Here we determine if the same is true for stenothermal species....
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