How mangrove and salt marsh seedlings respond to CO2 and drought

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Under our current changing climate, plants and animals must respond to rising sea levels, altered precipitation patterns, and increasing air and water temperatures and concentrations of greenhouse gases, including atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2). While some species may adapt to changing conditions, these factors have the potential to drive latitudinal and elevational shifts in species distributions.
Publication type Article
Publication Subtype Journal Article
Title How mangrove and salt marsh seedlings respond to CO2 and drought
Series title Science Trends
DOI 10.31988/SciTrends.19206
Year Published 2018
Language English
Publisher Science Trends
Contributing office(s) Wetland and Aquatic Research Center
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