The planktonic stages of the salmon louse (Lepeophtheirus salmonis) are tolerant of end-of-century pCO2 concentrations
Filename: WaterConditions Routine measurements of water conditions including nutrient levels, alkalinity, water temperature and carbon chemistry as calculated from pH spectroscopy measurements and CO2SYS. Filename: Respiration data.xlsx Oxygen Consumption rates of salmon lice according to age, stage, and pCO2 treatment. Filename: Lipid data.xlsx Lipid volume of salmon lice measured with fluorescence microscopy. Filename: JC10 data.xlsx Metabolic activity observed by measuring mitochondrial membrane potential (MMP). Membrane polarization in mitochondria is an indication of active cells. Polarized mitochondria were represented by red JC-10 aggregate (λ exc/λ em = 488/590 nm) while the green JC-10 monomer (λ exc/λ em = 488/525 nm) labeled the presence of mitochondrial membrane. Filename: Fatty Acid.xlsx Fatty acid profiles of salmon lice according to stage and pCO2 treatment. Data is presented as mass (ng) of the identified fatty acid per individual animal. Columns are separated by the identified fatty acid, '?' indicate ambiguity in the location of the double bond. Filename: CHN data.xlsx Carbon and nitrogen content of individual salmon lice eggs, nauplii, and copepodids.
Runge, Jeffrey A; Bjelland, Reidun M; Durif, Caroline MF; Shema, Steven D; Thompson, Cameron RS; Fields, David M; Mount, Andrew; Browman, Howard; Chan, Vera BS; Skiftesvik, Anne Berit (2019), "The planktonic stages of the salmon louse (Lepeophtheirus salmonis) are tolerant of end-of-century pCO2 concentrations", Zenodo, doi: 10.5281/zenodo.3406147