Raymond et al 2022 heat wave and shellfish

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Raymond, W.W., Barber, J.S., Dethier, M.N., Hayford, H.A., Harley, C.D., King, T.L., Paul, B., Speck, C.A., Tobin, E.D., Raymond, A.E. and McDonald, P.S., 2022. Assessment of the impacts of an unprecedented heatwave on intertidal shellfish of the Salish Sea. Ecology, 103(10).


  • bivalve, fisheries, nearshore, semi-quantitative, thermal stress
  • Observation of low-tide heatwave coincidence in June 26-28, 2021 may provide insight into how climate change will impact intertidal fisheries in the Salish Sea.