In May and June, the Science Update Newsletter covers:
- laboratory findings, by Santa Barbara Coastal LTER and other researchers, that show the sensitivity of sea urchin fertilization success to ocean acidification, published in Ecology and Evolution;
- public preferences of cultural ecosystem services, amassed by researchers at Coweeta LTER;
- from Luquillo LTER, long-term patterns of arthropod abundance and diversity in response to repeated hurricane disturbances;
- in Ecosystems, benefits of capitalizing on big data in ecosystem science.
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