Warming and acidification benefits invasive marine organisms
What is it about?
We have found that jellyfish and invasive algae thrive as carbon dioxide levels increase and a review of the literature provides ample evidence that invasive species, jellyfish and toxic algae may benefit form the warming and acidification of coastal waters.
Why is it important?
The spread of stinging jellyfish, harmful algal blooms and invasive alien species has major economic implications - harming aquaculture, fisheries and tourism
The following have contributed to this page: Professor Jason M Hall-Spencer and Mr Ro Allen
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