1. 'Wrong-way' migrations stop shellfish from escaping ocean warming  EurekAlert
  2. Ocean warming has seafloor species headed in the wrong direction  Science Magazine
  3. 'Wrong-way' migrations stop shellfish from escaping ocean warming  Phys.org
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Ocean warming is paradoxically driving bottom-dwelling invertebrates -- including sea scallops, blue mussels, surfclams and quahogs that are valuable to the shellfish industry -- into warmer waters and threatening their survival, a Rutgers-led study shows.Ocean warming is paradoxically driving bottom-dwelling invertebrates -- including sea scallops, blue mussels, surfclams and quahogs that are valuable to the shellfish industry -- into warmer waters and threatening their survival, a Rutgers-led study shows.

'Wrong-way' migrations stop shellfish from escaping ocean warming | EurekAlert! Science News

Earlier spawning means currents sweep larvae into inhospitable watersEarlier spawning means currents sweep larvae into inhospitable waters

Ocean warming has seafloor species headed in the wrong direction | Science | AAAS

Ocean warming is paradoxically driving bottom-dwelling invertebrates—including sea scallops, blue mussels, surfclams and quahogs that are valuable to the shellfish industry—into warmer waters and ...

'Wrong-way' migrations stop shellfish from escaping ocean warming