Higher survival but smaller size of juvenile Dungeness crab (<em>Metacarcinus magister</em>) in high CO<sub>2</sub>

Dungeness crab (Metacarcinus magister) are the most valuable fishery on the U.S. West Coast and both larval and adult Dungeness crabs are important components of regional food webs. Previous experiments have shown decreased survival and a slower development rate for Dungeness crab zoea reared in water with high CO2, indicating a susceptibility to ocean acidification. […]

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