(12) Murray, C.S., Early life sensitivity of Pacific herring to combined high pCO2 and heatwave conditions. (in preparation)
Data: survival, growth, respirometry

(11) Schwemmer, T.S., Baumann, H., Murray, C.S., Molina, A.I., and Nye, J. Synergistic metabolic responses of embryos, but not larvae, of a coastal forage fish to acidification and hypoxia. Journal of Experimental Biology (in review)

(10) Murray, C.S., Baumann, H., (2020) Are long-term growth responses to elevated pCO2 sex-specific in fish? PLOS ONE 15(7): e0235817 (Press Release)
Data: growth


(9) Cross, E.L., Murray, C.S., and Baumann, H. (2019) Diel and tidal pCO2 × O2 fluctuations provide physiological refuge to a coastal forage fish. Scientific Reports 9:18146
Data: survival, growth, carbonate chemistry

(8) Murray, C.S., Wiley, D., and Baumann, H. (2019) High sensitivity of a keystone forage fish to elevated CO2 and temperature. Conservation Physiology 7:1-12
Data: growth & [survival](https://www.bco-dmo.org/dataset/749429


(7) Baumann, H., Cross, E.L., and Murray, C.S. (2018) Robust quantification of fish early life CO2 sensitivities via serial experimentation. Biology Letters 14:20180408
Data: growth & survival

(6) Murray, C.S., Baumann, H. (2018) You better repeat it: complex CO2 × temperature effects in Atlantic silverside offspring revealed by serial experimentation. Diversity 2018, 10(3), 69
Data: growth & survival

(5) Baumann, H., Parks, E.M., and Murray, C.S. (2018) Starvation rates in larval and juvenile Atlantic silversides (Menidia menidia) are unaffected by high CO2 conditions. Marine Biology 165:75-83

(4) Snyder, J.T., Murray, C.S., and Baumann, H. (2018) Potential for maternal effects on offspring CO2 sensitivi/ties in the Atlantic silverside (Menidia menidia). Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 499:1-8
Data: growth & survival, fatty acid profiles of M. menidia females and their unfertilized eggs


(3) Murray, C.S., Fuiman, L., and Baumann, H. (2017) Consequences of elevated CO2 exposure across multiple life stages in a coastal forage fish. ICES Journal of Marine Science 74:1051-1061
Data: growth


(2) Malvezzi, A.J., Murray, C.S., Feldheim, K.A., Dibattista, J.D., Garant, D., Gobler, C.J., Chapman, D.D., and Baumann, H. (2015) A quantitative genetic approach to assess the evolutionary potential of a coastal marine fish to ocean acidification. Evolutionary Applications 8: 352-362 (Press Release)
Data: microsatellites, parentage, survival


(1) Murray, C.S., Malvezzi, A., Gobler, C.J., and Baumann, H. (2014) Offspring sensitivity to ocean acidification changes seasonally in a coastal marine fish. Marine Ecology Progress Series 504: 1-11 (Feature Article)
Data: seasonal growth, survival, chemistry