Scientists analyze Pacific cod response to ocean acidification
Pacific cod larvae seen through a microscope.
(UNITED STATES, 2/22/2019)
NOAA Fisheries scientists and partners examined larval cod behavior, growth, and lipid composition (the fats needed for storing energy and building muscles), and their study showed that larval Pacific cod response to elevated carbon dioxide (CO2) levels varies depending on its stage of development.
Fisheries scientists Thomas Hurst and a team of scientists from the Alaska Fisheries Science Center, and the College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences and the Cooperative Institute for Marine Resources Studies at (More Info)
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