Extended Data Fig. 5: Range shift velocities were mostly uncorrelated with mean bottom water temperature velocities (climate velocities) across species ranges in NWA and MAB regions. | Nature Climate Change

Extended Data Fig. 5: Range shift velocities were mostly uncorrelated with mean bottom water temperature velocities (climate velocities) across species ranges in NWA and MAB regions.

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

Extended Data Fig. 5

Data from NWA (a,b) and MAB (c,d). Range shift velocities are from Fig. 3a,b or Extended Data Fig. 1a,b, and mean climate velocities (Eq. (4)–(5)) are from Fig. 3g,h or Extended Data Fig. 1d,e. Positive velocities are northward for latitude and eastward for longitude. Symbols are estimates for each species where trends in latitude (a,c) or longitude (b,d) are significant; c,d omit species sparse in MAB (Supplementary Table 1). Colors indicate associated trends in \({T}_{{b}_{{\rm{HC}}}}^{\prime}\) at occurrence locations. Diagonal grey lines are 1:1; black line (d) is regression significant at α = 0.05 (p = 0.02, R2 = 0.15).

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