Data from: Genotype-environment mismatch of kelp forests under climate change

Sofie Vranken, Thomas Wernberg, Armin Scheben, Anita Severn-Ellis, Jacqueline Batley, Philipp Emanuel Bayer, David Edwards, David Wheeler & Melinda Ann Coleman
Climate change is increasingly impacting ecosystems globally. Understanding adaptive genetic diversity and whether it will keep pace with projected climatic change is necessary to assess species’ vulnerability and design efficient mitigation strategies such as assisted adaptation. Kelp forests are the foundations of temperate reefs globally but are declining in many regions due to climate stress. A lack of knowledge of kelps’ adaptive genetic diversity hinders assessment of vulnerability under extant and future climates. Using 4245...
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