Extended Data Fig. 7: Range shift velocities were mostly positively correlated with phenological shift rates in the Middle Atlantic Bight. | Nature Climate Change

Extended Data Fig. 7: Range shift velocities were mostly positively correlated with phenological shift rates in the Middle Atlantic Bight.

From: Wrong-way migrations of benthic species driven by ocean warming and larval transport

Extended Data Fig. 7

Range shift velocities shown in Lat/Lon (a-h) and shelf coordinates (i-p) versus phenological shift rates for four potential spawning temperatures (8, 10, 12, and 14 oC). Range shift velocities are from Fig. 3a-d, and phenological shift rates are from Fig. 3i-l. Symbols are estimates for each species where significant, omitting species sparse in MAB (Supplementary Table 1). Colors indicate associated trends in Tb at locations of occurrence. Black lines are linear regressions of all data (solid) or lower left quadrant only (dashed) where significant at α = 0.05.

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