Hemraj et al OMBAR copepod data.xlsx (69.65 kB)
Data set: Species’ distribution and evolutionary history influence the responses of marine copepods to climate change: a global meta-analysis
datasetposted on 2021-04-27, 05:59 authored by Deevesh Ashley Hemraj, Juan Diego Gaitan EspitiaJuan Diego Gaitan Espitia, Bayden Dwight RussellBayden Dwight Russell
Data set for Hemraj et al published in OMBAR.
The data has been used in a meta-analysis of the effects of ocean acidification and warming on the response of copepods.
Meta-analysis title: Species’ distribution and evolutionary history influence the responses of marine copepods to climate change: a global meta-analysis.
The data has been collected from multiple publications and merged together to be analysed. Major copepod traits investigated are egg production, egg hatching success, copepod feeding rates, survival and respiration rates.
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