Ocean warming reduces gastropod survival despite maintenance of feeding and oxygen consumption rates

Kathryn Anderson, Laura Falkenberg & Dina-Leigh Simons
Short-term, sub-lethal response variables are increasingly used to provide rapid indications of whole organism responses to future climate conditions. Accumulating evidence suggests, however, that these response variables may not consistently reflect whole organism responses which manifest over longer time scales. Here, we consider the effect of moderate warming on longer-term whole organism fitness, as reflected by survival, as well as two shorter-term response variables, feeding rate and oxygen consumption, for two tropical gastropod species. We...
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