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Adaptive responses to salinity stress across multiple life stages in anuran amphibians
Background In many regions, freshwater wetlands are increasing in salinity at rates exceeding historic levels. Some freshwater organisms, like amphibians, may be able to adapt and persist in salt-contaminated wetlands by ...
The effects of elevated temperature and dissolved ρCO2 on a marine foundation species
Understanding how climate change and other environmental stressors will affect species is a fundamental concern of modern ecology. Indeed, numerous studies have documented how climate stressors affect species distributions ...