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Cuttlebone Article

gjbarord

Sepia elegans
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Hi Everyone!!

My article on cuttlebone data was published in this years Drum and Croaker.

http://www.columbuszoo.org/drumcroaker/pdf/2011.pdf

I guess you could call this phase II of the project. Phase I was a presentation at a conference a few years ago. Phase III will be a peer reviewed publication once I collect a larger sample size, so thanks to those of you who have already submitted data to TONMO and thanks to those of you who are planning on submitting data.:smile:

http://www.tonmo.com/forums/misc.php?do=form&fid=3

Also a great article by Roland Anderson and James Wood!!!

Greg


Ammendments:

Full PDF: exposure to elevated seawater pCO2 in the cephalopod Sepia officinalis observed calicification of cuttlebone with evlevated CO2
 

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