NSF, Science advance Gerbi’s study about how marine invertebrates respond to climate change

The National Science Foundation and the magazine Science reported on a study co-authored by Greg Gerbi, an assistant researcher professor of oceanography at the University of Maine, that found that marine invertebrates are responding to climate change by moving into warmer waters, a troubling development for the animals, and the shellfish farms and wild fisheries that depend on them. The journal Nature Climate Change published his study.