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The role of mechanistic physiology in investigating impacts of global warming on fishes ArchiMer
Lefevre, Sjannie; Wang, Tobias; Mckenzie, David.
Warming of aquatic environments as a result of climate change is already having measurable impacts on fishes, manifested as changes in phenology, range shifts and reductions in body size. Understanding the physiological mechanisms underlying these seemingly universal patterns is crucial if we are to reliably predict the fate of fish populations with future warming. This includes an understanding of mechanisms for acute thermal tolerance, as extreme heatwaves may be a major driver of observed effects. The hypothesis of gill oxygen limitation (GOL) is claimed to explain asymptotic fish growth, and why some fish species are decreasing in size with warming; but its underlying assumptions conflict with established knowledge and direct mechanistic evidence is...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Critical thermal maximum; CTmax Metabolism; Scope for activity; Temperature tolerance.
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