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“…Studies report that some kelp species move to deeper water in a response to warming trends [33,106,107]. Species occurring in the tropics with high temperate affinities tend to occupy deeper niches [31], as is the case of Laminaria abyssalis, the only kelp-forming species ever recorded on the Brazilian coast [49].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Studies report that some kelp species move to deeper water in a response to warming trends [33,106,107]. Species occurring in the tropics with high temperate affinities tend to occupy deeper niches [31], as is the case of Laminaria abyssalis, the only kelp-forming species ever recorded on the Brazilian coast [49].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In South Africa, this resulted in the extension of the known distribution limits of Ecklonia maxima (Osbeck) Papenfuss. Some studies suggest that kelp may find refuge in deeper environments, far from the general warming tendency of oceanic surface waters [31,33]. Thus, the existence of temperate algae refuges, even in tropical or warm temperate environments, is of extreme relevance, not only for understanding biogeographic patterns, but for conservation purposes also.…”
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