Marine invertebrate migrations trace climate change over 450 million years

Authors: CJ Reddin, ÁT Kocsis, W Kiessling
Journal: Global Ecology and Biogeography 27 (6), 704-713
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CCATs Carl and Ádám show that marine animals have been following their preferred climate for hundreds of millions of years, moving their distributions poleward when the Earth warmed, and towards the tropics when it cooled. This is especially noticeable for tropical marine life.

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