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Tropical and temperate marine ecosystems: adapting to a changing world

Grant number: 13/50197-5
Support type:Regular Research Grants
Duration: August 01, 2013 - August 31, 2015
Field of knowledge:Physical Sciences and Mathematics - Oceanography - Biological Oceanography
Cooperation agreement: Bangor University
Principal Investigator:Alexander Turra
Grantee:Alexander Turra
Principal investigator abroad: Ian McCarthy
Institution abroad: Bangor University, Wales
Home Institution: Instituto Oceanográfico (IO). Universidade de São Paulo (USP). São Paulo , SP, Brazil
Associated research grant:10/52323-0 - Monitoring network of coastal benthic habitats: ReBentos, AP.BTA.R

Abstract

The implementation of the Network for Monitoring Coastal Benthic Habitats (ReBentos - SisBiota Brasil - Proc. FAPESP 2010/52323-0) took place in 2011 within the Subnet Coastal Zones of the Brazilian Climate Network and the National Institute of Science and Technology for Climate Change, aiming to evaluate the effects of regional and global environmental changes on biodiversity of Coastal benthic habitats. However, although research on climate change in Brazil has receiving increasing support in the last decade at the National (CNPq) and State (e.g. FAPESP) level, research into Ocean Acidification (OA) is limited due to lack of human resources and laboratory facilities. Therefore, opportunities exist for BU and IOUSP to collaborate in developing a Brazilian OA centre of excellence in São Paulo State. Thus, the effort to promote and disseminate eco-physiological studies on global impacts of climate change, especially on ocean acidification, is strategic for the ReBentos and corresponds to the core of the FAPESP-BANGOR proposal. The proposed research project has been developed to be fully integrative so both BU and IOUSP will benefit equally from the project outcomes. (AU)

Scientific publications
(References retrieved automatically from Web of Science and SciELO through information on FAPESP grants and their corresponding numbers as mentioned in the publications by the authors)
MCCARTHY, IAN D.; WHITELEY, NIA M.; FERNANDEZ, WELLINGTON S.; RAGAGNIN, MARILIA N.; CORNWELL, TOMAS O.; SUCKLING, COLEEN C.; TURRA, ALEXANDER. Elevated pCO(2) does not impair performance in autotomised individuals of the intertidal predatory starfish Asterias rubens (Linnaeus, 1758). MARINE ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH, v. 153, JAN 2020. Web of Science Citations: 0.
TURRA, ALEXANDER; RAGAGNIN, MARILIA N.; MCCARTHY, IAN D.; FERNANDEZ, WELLINGTON S. The effect of ocean acidification on the intertidal hermit crab Pagurus criniticornis is not modulated by cheliped amputation and sex. MARINE ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH, v. 153, JAN 2020. Web of Science Citations: 0.
LEONARDO QUEROBIM YOKOYAMA; ALEXANDER TURRA; COLEEN SUCKLING; GABRIELA TORRES; ANDREW DAVIES; IAN MCCARTHY. Sub-lethal predatory shell damage does not affect physiology under high CO2 in the intertidal gastropod Tritia reticulata. Ocean and Coastal Research, v. 68, p. -, 2020. Web of Science Citations: 0.

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