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More losers than winners for Southern Ocean marine life in a warmer future

A study of the marine invertebrates living in the seas around Antarctica reveals there will be more ‘losers’ than ‘winners’ over the next century as the Antarctic seafloor warms. The results are published in the journal Nature Climate Change. A team at British Antarctic Survey (BAS) examined the potential impact of computer-produced warming scenarios on over 960 species of seafloor marine invertebrates with known habitats south of 40°S. Southern Ocean seafloor water temperatures are projected to warm by an average of 0.4°C over this century with some areas possibly increasing by as much as 2°C.…

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