New paper out - Understanding the margin squeeze
Check out our new paper in Ecology and Evolution this month! This work was led by PhD student Regina Kolzenburg of the University of Portsmouth in the UK.
In Europe, Central populations of Corallina officinalis respond better to higher temperatures than do Southern populations. Reciprocal transplants indicate reduced resilience to changing conditions in both regions, and responses of photosynthesis and calcification to changing temperatures were generally decoupled.