The rocky relationship between global warming and ocean biodiversity: an interview with Rui Seabra
Dr. Rui Seabra studies the thermal landscapes of rocky shores across the world and how environmental complexity drives species’ distributions and vulnerability to global warming. He co-leads the Coupled Coastal Temperature and Biodiversity Observation Network (CCTBON), a network aimed at monitoring patterns of rocky shore temperatures and biodiversity patterns across the Atlantic Ocean. In this Q&A we discuss the challenges of biodiversity research at the global scale.
Read the interview here.
The rocky relationship between global warming and ocean biodiversity: an interview with Rui Seabra. Commun Biol 6, 1275 (2023). https://doi.org/10.1038/s42003-023-05597-1