Detrimental impacts of climate change may be exacerbated by density dependent population regulation in blue mussels

Kim Jaatinen, Mats Westerbom, Alf Norkko, Olli Mustonen & David Koons
1. The climate on our planet is changing and the range distributions of organisms are shifting in response. In aquatic environments, species might not be able to redistribute poleward or into deeper water when temperatures rise because of barriers, reduced light availability, altered water chemistry, or any combination of these. How species respond to climate change may depend on physiological adaptability, but also on the population dynamics of the species. 2. Density dependence is a...
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