Fish learn to cope in a high carbon dioxide world, new study suggests

ScienceDaily: Oceanography News


 

ScienceDaily: Oceanography News


Fish learn to cope in a high carbon dioxide world, new study suggests

Posted: 03 Jul 2012 10:41 AM PDT

Some coral reef fish may be better prepared to cope with rising carbon dioxide in the world’s oceans — thanks to their parents. Encouraging new findings show that some fish may be less vulnerable to high CO2 and an acidifying ocean than previously feared.

Posted: 03 Jul 2012 10:41 AM PDT

Some coral reef fish may be better prepared to cope with rising carbon dioxide in the world’s oceans — thanks to their parents. Encouraging new findings show that some fish may be less vulnerable to high CO2 and an acidifying ocean than previously feared.

Leave a Reply