Climate change could drive marine food web collapse through altered trophic flows and cyanobacterial proliferation
Global warming and ocean acidification are forecast to exert significant impacts on marine ecosystems worldwide. However, most of these projections are based on ecological proxies or experiments on single species or simplified food webs. How energy fluxes are likely to change in marine food webs in response to future climates remains unclear, hampering fore- casts of ecosystem functioning.
Adelaide SA, Australia
Issue: Climate Change Typology: Research