Research into the interlinks between biodiversity patterns, processes, threats, conservation and human welfare

Vulnerability to climate change in the ocean


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SUGGESTED CAPTION Of the many marine habitats analyzed in the study, researchers found that coral reefs, seagrass beds, and shallow soft-bottom benthic habitats would experience the largest absolute changes in ocean biogeochemistry. Deep-sea habitats would experience small changes in ocean biogeochemistry. But because many deep-sea ecosystems are so stable, even small changes in temperature, oxygen, and pH may lower the resilience of deep-sea communities. Photos credit: Courtesy NOAA HURL Archives


Images from here onward should be credited to Keoki Stender and Yuko Stender. For higher resolution of the images below please contact Yuko Stender at ystender@hawaii.edu