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Are mussel beds running a fever?

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The extent to which an intertidal organism can withstand increased temperature over time is the subject of a recent publication by Professor Brian Helmuth and colleagues

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Environmental and Temporal Scales Affect Biological Predictions

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Climate models can help to predict biological responses to climate change, even when species are accustomed to fluctuating conditions

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Energy budgets: All organisms are not created equal

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Graduate student Allison Matzelle and colleagues look at how some species of the same genus may fare better than others in a changing climate

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Predicting climate change: Testing a model

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Professor Brian Helmuth and colleagues in Italy continue to test models predicting climate change over space and time

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