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Shelled pteropods in peril: Assessing vulnerability in a high CO 2 ocean

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Clara Manno
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Nina Bednaršek
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Geraint A Tarling
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Vicky L Peck
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Steeve Comeau
Deepak Adhikari
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Dorothee C E Bakker
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Katja T C A Peijnenburg
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Dorothee C.E. Bakker
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Eduard Bauerfeind
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Alexander J Bergan
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Maria I Berning
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Erik Buitenhuis
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Alice K Burridge
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Melissa Chierici
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Sebastian Flöter
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Agneta Fransson
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Jessie Gardner
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Nina Keul
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Katsunori Kimoto
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Peter Kohnert
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Gareth L Lawson
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Silke Lischka
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Amy Maas
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Lisette Mekkes
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Rosie L Oakes
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Corinne Pebody
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Katja T.C.A. Peijnenburg
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Miriam Seifert
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Jennifer Skinner
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Patricia S Thibodeau
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Deborah Wall-Palmer
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Abstract

The impact of anthropogenic ocean acidification (OA) on marine ecosystems is a vital concern facing marine scientists and managers of ocean resources. Euthecosomatous pteropods (holoplanktonic gastropods) represent an excellent sentinel for indicating exposure to anthropogenic OA because of the sensitivity of their aragonite shells to the OA conditions less favorable for calcification. However, an integration of observations, experiments and modelling efforts is needed to make accurate predictions of how these organisms will respond to future changes to their environment. Our understanding of the underlying organismal biology and life history is far from complete and must be improved if we are to comprehend fully the responses of these organisms to the multitude of stressors in their environment beyond OA. This review considers the present state of research and understanding of euthecosomatous pteropod biology and ecology of these organisms and considers promising new laboratory methods, advances in instrumentation (such as molecular, trace elements, stable isotopes,
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insu-03043084 , version 1 (07-12-2020)

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Clara Manno, Nina Bednaršek, Geraint A Tarling, Vicky L Peck, Steeve Comeau, et al.. Shelled pteropods in peril: Assessing vulnerability in a high CO 2 ocean. Earth-Science Reviews, 2017, 169, pp.132-145. ⟨10.1016/j.earscirev.2017.04.005⟩. ⟨insu-03043084⟩
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