Data from: Ocean acidification and temperature increase impacts mussel shell shape and thickness: problematic for protection?

Fitzer SC, Vittert L, Bowman A, Kamenos NA, Phoenix VR, Cusack M

Date Published: October 12, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.74ms0

 

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Title Mussel shell growth data
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Description Mussel shell growth data for figures 2, 3 and 4. The first worksheet entitled 'Mussel shell growth' lists all growth measurements for individual mussel shells used for mussel shell growth (mean ± SD) during 9 months of experimental culture (n=4 per treatment) used for figure 2. Shells were grown at 380, 550, 750 and 1000 μatm CO2 at ambient temperature and 750 and 1000 μatm CO2 ambient temperature + 2°C. The second worksheet entitled 'Aragonite_Calcite thickness' list all shell aragonite and calcite thickness measurements for individual mussels to calculate mussel shell calcite and aragonite in new growth (mean ± SD) (n=4 per treatment) used for figure 3. Aragonite and calcite in mm and the ratio of aragonite/ calcite. Shells were grown at 380, 550, 750 and 1000 μatm CO2 at ambient temperature and 750 and 1000 μatm CO2 ambient temperature + 2°C. The third worksheet entitled 'STI' lists all measurements taken to calculate Shell Thickness Index (STI) for mussel shells grown under experimental conditions for 9 months (n=4 per treatment) used for figure 4. Measurements for weight (g), height (mm), length (mm) and width (mm) of shell are provided for use of calculating STI. A higher shell thickness index indicates a thicker shell. Shells were grown at 380, 550, 750 and 1000 μatm CO2 at ambient temperature and 750 and 1000 μatm CO2 ambient temperature + 2°C, treatments were labelled as CO2 μatm and temperature in the spreadsheet.
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Title mussel380_001
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Description Mussel shape analysis data for figures 1 and 5. There are four .obj files per treatment, one for each individual mussel as titled. The .obj file is a matrix of points in 3d (x,y,z) that make up the mussel with a color attached to each point. A simple triangulation of these 3d points creates the visualized surface of the mussel. These individual .obj files were compared across the experimental condition populations 380, 550, 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2, and 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2 + 2°C (n=4 per treatment). Each file name refers to the treatment, the .obj files are labelled for each individual mussel as mussel’treatment’_oo# where # represents the number of the individual mussel, and treatment is the CO2 concentration. The files were produced by Dimensional Imaging OBJ exporter http://www.di3d.com.
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Description Mussel shape analysis data for figures 1 and 5. There are four .obj files per treatment, one for each individual mussel as titled. The .obj file is a matrix of points in 3d (x,y,z) that make up the mussel with a color attached to each point. A simple triangulation of these 3d points creates the visualized surface of the mussel. These individual .obj files were compared across the experimental condition populations 380, 550, 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2, and 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2 + 2°C (n=4 per treatment). Each file name refers to the treatment, the .obj files are labelled for each individual mussel as mussel’treatment’_oo# where # represents the number of the individual mussel, and treatment is the CO2 concentration. The files were produced by Dimensional Imaging OBJ exporter http://www.di3d.com.
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Description Mussel shape analysis data for figures 1 and 5. There are four .obj files per treatment, one for each individual mussel as titled. The .obj file is a matrix of points in 3d (x,y,z) that make up the mussel with a color attached to each point. A simple triangulation of these 3d points creates the visualized surface of the mussel. These individual .obj files were compared across the experimental condition populations 380, 550, 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2, and 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2 + 2°C (n=4 per treatment). Each file name refers to the treatment, the .obj files are labelled for each individual mussel as mussel’treatment’_oo# where # represents the number of the individual mussel, and treatment is the CO2 concentration. The files were produced by Dimensional Imaging OBJ exporter http://www.di3d.com.
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Description Mussel shape analysis data for figures 1 and 5. There are four .obj files per treatment, one for each individual mussel as titled. The .obj file is a matrix of points in 3d (x,y,z) that make up the mussel with a color attached to each point. A simple triangulation of these 3d points creates the visualized surface of the mussel. These individual .obj files were compared across the experimental condition populations 380, 550, 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2, and 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2 + 2°C (n=4 per treatment). Each file name refers to the treatment, the .obj files are labelled for each individual mussel as mussel’treatment’_oo# where # represents the number of the individual mussel, and treatment is the CO2 concentration. The files were produced by Dimensional Imaging OBJ exporter http://www.di3d.com.
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Description Mussel shape analysis data for figures 1 and 5. There are four .obj files per treatment, one for each individual mussel as titled. The .obj file is a matrix of points in 3d (x,y,z) that make up the mussel with a color attached to each point. A simple triangulation of these 3d points creates the visualized surface of the mussel. These individual .obj files were compared across the experimental condition populations 380, 550, 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2, and 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2 + 2°C (n=4 per treatment). Each file name refers to the treatment, the .obj files are labelled for each individual mussel as mussel’treatment’_oo# where # represents the number of the individual mussel, and treatment is the CO2 concentration. The files were produced by Dimensional Imaging OBJ exporter http://www.di3d.com.
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Description Mussel shape analysis data for figures 1 and 5. There are four .obj files per treatment, one for each individual mussel as titled. The .obj file is a matrix of points in 3d (x,y,z) that make up the mussel with a color attached to each point. A simple triangulation of these 3d points creates the visualized surface of the mussel. These individual .obj files were compared across the experimental condition populations 380, 550, 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2, and 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2 + 2°C (n=4 per treatment). Each file name refers to the treatment, the .obj files are labelled for each individual mussel as mussel’treatment’_oo# where # represents the number of the individual mussel, and treatment is the CO2 concentration. The files were produced by Dimensional Imaging OBJ exporter http://www.di3d.com.
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Description Mussel shape analysis data for figures 1 and 5. There are four .obj files per treatment, one for each individual mussel as titled. The .obj file is a matrix of points in 3d (x,y,z) that make up the mussel with a color attached to each point. A simple triangulation of these 3d points creates the visualized surface of the mussel. These individual .obj files were compared across the experimental condition populations 380, 550, 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2, and 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2 + 2°C (n=4 per treatment). Each file name refers to the treatment, the .obj files are labelled for each individual mussel as mussel’treatment’_oo# where # represents the number of the individual mussel, and treatment is the CO2 concentration. The files were produced by Dimensional Imaging OBJ exporter http://www.di3d.com.
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Description Mussel shape analysis data for figures 1 and 5. There are four .obj files per treatment, one for each individual mussel as titled. The .obj file is a matrix of points in 3d (x,y,z) that make up the mussel with a color attached to each point. A simple triangulation of these 3d points creates the visualized surface of the mussel. These individual .obj files were compared across the experimental condition populations 380, 550, 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2, and 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2 + 2°C (n=4 per treatment). Each file name refers to the treatment, the .obj files are labelled for each individual mussel as mussel’treatment’_oo# where # represents the number of the individual mussel, and treatment is the CO2 concentration. The files were produced by Dimensional Imaging OBJ exporter http://www.di3d.com.
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Description Mussel shape analysis data for figures 1 and 5. There are four .obj files per treatment, one for each individual mussel as titled. The .obj file is a matrix of points in 3d (x,y,z) that make up the mussel with a color attached to each point. A simple triangulation of these 3d points creates the visualized surface of the mussel. These individual .obj files were compared across the experimental condition populations 380, 550, 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2, and 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2 + 2°C (n=4 per treatment). Each file name refers to the treatment, the .obj files are labelled for each individual mussel as mussel’treatment’_oo# where # represents the number of the individual mussel, and treatment is the CO2 concentration. The files were produced by Dimensional Imaging OBJ exporter http://www.di3d.com.
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Description Mussel shape analysis data for figures 1 and 5. There are four .obj files per treatment, one for each individual mussel as titled. The .obj file is a matrix of points in 3d (x,y,z) that make up the mussel with a color attached to each point. A simple triangulation of these 3d points creates the visualized surface of the mussel. These individual .obj files were compared across the experimental condition populations 380, 550, 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2, and 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2 + 2°C (n=4 per treatment). Each file name refers to the treatment, the .obj files are labelled for each individual mussel as mussel’treatment’_oo# where # represents the number of the individual mussel, and treatment is the CO2 concentration. The files were produced by Dimensional Imaging OBJ exporter http://www.di3d.com.
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Description Mussel shape analysis data for figures 1 and 5. There are four .obj files per treatment, one for each individual mussel as titled. The .obj file is a matrix of points in 3d (x,y,z) that make up the mussel with a color attached to each point. A simple triangulation of these 3d points creates the visualized surface of the mussel. These individual .obj files were compared across the experimental condition populations 380, 550, 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2, and 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2 + 2°C (n=4 per treatment). Each file name refers to the treatment, the .obj files are labelled for each individual mussel as mussel’treatment’_oo# where # represents the number of the individual mussel, and treatment is the CO2 concentration. The files were produced by Dimensional Imaging OBJ exporter http://www.di3d.com.
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Description Mussel shape analysis data for figures 1 and 5. There are four .obj files per treatment, one for each individual mussel as titled. The .obj file is a matrix of points in 3d (x,y,z) that make up the mussel with a color attached to each point. A simple triangulation of these 3d points creates the visualized surface of the mussel. These individual .obj files were compared across the experimental condition populations 380, 550, 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2, and 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2 + 2°C (n=4 per treatment). Each file name refers to the treatment, the .obj files are labelled for each individual mussel as mussel’treatment’_oo# where # represents the number of the individual mussel, and treatment is the CO2 concentration. The files were produced by Dimensional Imaging OBJ exporter http://www.di3d.com.
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Description Mussel shape analysis data for figures 1 and 5. There are four .obj files per treatment, one for each individual mussel as titled. The .obj file is a matrix of points in 3d (x,y,z) that make up the mussel with a color attached to each point. A simple triangulation of these 3d points creates the visualized surface of the mussel. These individual .obj files were compared across the experimental condition populations 380, 550, 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2, and 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2 + 2°C (n=4 per treatment). Each file name refers to the treatment, the .obj files are labelled for each individual mussel as mussel’treatment’_oo# where # represents the number of the individual mussel, and treatment is the CO2 concentration. The files were produced by Dimensional Imaging OBJ exporter http://www.di3d.com.
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Description Mussel shape analysis data for figures 1 and 5. There are four .obj files per treatment, one for each individual mussel as titled. The .obj file is a matrix of points in 3d (x,y,z) that make up the mussel with a color attached to each point. A simple triangulation of these 3d points creates the visualized surface of the mussel. These individual .obj files were compared across the experimental condition populations 380, 550, 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2, and 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2 + 2°C (n=4 per treatment). Each file name refers to the treatment, the .obj files are labelled for each individual mussel as mussel’treatment’_oo# where # represents the number of the individual mussel, and treatment is the CO2 concentration. The files were produced by Dimensional Imaging OBJ exporter http://www.di3d.com.
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Description Mussel shape analysis data for figures 1 and 5. There are four .obj files per treatment, one for each individual mussel as titled. The .obj file is a matrix of points in 3d (x,y,z) that make up the mussel with a color attached to each point. A simple triangulation of these 3d points creates the visualized surface of the mussel. These individual .obj files were compared across the experimental condition populations 380, 550, 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2, and 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2 + 2°C (n=4 per treatment). Each file name refers to the treatment, the .obj files are labelled for each individual mussel as mussel’treatment’_oo# where # represents the number of the individual mussel, and treatment is the CO2 concentration. The files were produced by Dimensional Imaging OBJ exporter http://www.di3d.com.
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Description Mussel shape analysis data for figures 1 and 5. There are four .obj files per treatment, one for each individual mussel as titled. The .obj file is a matrix of points in 3d (x,y,z) that make up the mussel with a color attached to each point. A simple triangulation of these 3d points creates the visualized surface of the mussel. These individual .obj files were compared across the experimental condition populations 380, 550, 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2, and 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2 + 2°C (n=4 per treatment). Each file name refers to the treatment, the .obj files are labelled for each individual mussel as mussel’treatment’_oo# where # represents the number of the individual mussel, and treatment is the CO2 concentration. The files were produced by Dimensional Imaging OBJ exporter http://www.di3d.com.
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Description Mussel shape analysis data for figures 1 and 5. There are four .obj files per treatment, one for each individual mussel as titled. The .obj file is a matrix of points in 3d (x,y,z) that make up the mussel with a color attached to each point. A simple triangulation of these 3d points creates the visualized surface of the mussel. These individual .obj files were compared across the experimental condition populations 380, 550, 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2, and 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2 + 2°C (n=4 per treatment). Each file name refers to the treatment, the .obj files are labelled for each individual mussel as mussel’treatment’_oo# where # represents the number of the individual mussel, and treatment is the CO2 concentration. The files were produced by Dimensional Imaging OBJ exporter http://www.di3d.com.
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Description Mussel shape analysis data for figures 1 and 5. There are four .obj files per treatment, one for each individual mussel as titled. The .obj file is a matrix of points in 3d (x,y,z) that make up the mussel with a color attached to each point. A simple triangulation of these 3d points creates the visualized surface of the mussel. These individual .obj files were compared across the experimental condition populations 380, 550, 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2, and 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2 + 2°C (n=4 per treatment). Each file name refers to the treatment, the .obj files are labelled for each individual mussel as mussel’treatment’_oo# where # represents the number of the individual mussel, and treatment is the CO2 concentration. The files were produced by Dimensional Imaging OBJ exporter http://www.di3d.com.
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Description Mussel shape analysis data for figures 1 and 5. There are four .obj files per treatment, one for each individual mussel as titled. The .obj file is a matrix of points in 3d (x,y,z) that make up the mussel with a color attached to each point. A simple triangulation of these 3d points creates the visualized surface of the mussel. These individual .obj files were compared across the experimental condition populations 380, 550, 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2, and 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2 + 2°C (n=4 per treatment). Each file name refers to the treatment, the .obj files are labelled for each individual mussel as mussel’treatment’_oo# where # represents the number of the individual mussel, and treatment is the CO2 concentration. The files were produced by Dimensional Imaging OBJ exporter http://www.di3d.com.
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Description Mussel shape analysis data for figures 1 and 5. There are four .obj files per treatment, one for each individual mussel as titled. The .obj file is a matrix of points in 3d (x,y,z) that make up the mussel with a color attached to each point. A simple triangulation of these 3d points creates the visualized surface of the mussel. These individual .obj files were compared across the experimental condition populations 380, 550, 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2, and 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2 + 2°C (n=4 per treatment). Each file name refers to the treatment, the .obj files are labelled for each individual mussel as mussel’treatment’_oo# where # represents the number of the individual mussel, and treatment is the CO2 concentration. The files were produced by Dimensional Imaging OBJ exporter http://www.di3d.com.
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Description Mussel shape analysis data for figures 1 and 5. There are four .obj files per treatment, one for each individual mussel as titled. The .obj file is a matrix of points in 3d (x,y,z) that make up the mussel with a color attached to each point. A simple triangulation of these 3d points creates the visualized surface of the mussel. These individual .obj files were compared across the experimental condition populations 380, 550, 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2, and 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2 + 2°C (n=4 per treatment). Each file name refers to the treatment, the .obj files are labelled for each individual mussel as mussel’treatment’_oo# where # represents the number of the individual mussel, and treatment is the CO2 concentration. The files were produced by Dimensional Imaging OBJ exporter http://www.di3d.com.
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Description Mussel shape analysis data for figures 1 and 5. There are four .obj files per treatment, one for each individual mussel as titled. The .obj file is a matrix of points in 3d (x,y,z) that make up the mussel with a color attached to each point. A simple triangulation of these 3d points creates the visualized surface of the mussel. These individual .obj files were compared across the experimental condition populations 380, 550, 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2, and 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2 + 2°C (n=4 per treatment). Each file name refers to the treatment, the .obj files are labelled for each individual mussel as mussel’treatment’_oo# where # represents the number of the individual mussel, and treatment is the CO2 concentration. The files were produced by Dimensional Imaging OBJ exporter http://www.di3d.com.
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Description Mussel shape analysis data for figures 1 and 5. There are four .obj files per treatment, one for each individual mussel as titled. The .obj file is a matrix of points in 3d (x,y,z) that make up the mussel with a color attached to each point. A simple triangulation of these 3d points creates the visualized surface of the mussel. These individual .obj files were compared across the experimental condition populations 380, 550, 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2, and 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2 + 2°C (n=4 per treatment). Each file name refers to the treatment, the .obj files are labelled for each individual mussel as mussel’treatment’_oo# where # represents the number of the individual mussel, and treatment is the CO2 concentration. The files were produced by Dimensional Imaging OBJ exporter http://www.di3d.com.
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Description Mussel shape analysis data for figures 1 and 5. There are four .obj files per treatment, one for each individual mussel as titled. The .obj file is a matrix of points in 3d (x,y,z) that make up the mussel with a color attached to each point. A simple triangulation of these 3d points creates the visualized surface of the mussel. These individual .obj files were compared across the experimental condition populations 380, 550, 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2, and 750 and 1000 μatm pCO2 + 2°C (n=4 per treatment). Each file name refers to the treatment, the .obj files are labelled for each individual mussel as mussel’treatment’_oo# where # represents the number of the individual mussel, and treatment is the CO2 concentration. The files were produced by Dimensional Imaging OBJ exporter http://www.di3d.com.
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Fitzer SC, Vittert L, Bowman A, Kamenos NA, Phoenix VR, Cusack M (2015) Ocean acidification and temperature increase impacts mussel shell shape and thickness: problematic for protection? Ecology and Evolution 5(21): 4875-4884. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ece3.1756

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Fitzer SC, Vittert L, Bowman A, Kamenos NA, Phoenix VR, Cusack M (2015) Data from: Ocean acidification and temperature increase impacts mussel shell shape and thickness: problematic for protection? Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.74ms0
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