In the Brown et al. study ‘Increased food supply mitigates ocean acidification effects on calcification but exacerbates effects on growth’ they show disagreement with the tested hypothesis and data analysis methodology used in our 2016 study. We acknowledge careful criticism and a constructive dialogue are necessary to progress science and address these issues in this reply.
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|State||Published - Dec 1 2018|
Bibliographical noteFunding Information:
This work was funded by ASSEMBLE grant agreement No. 227799 from European Community and from the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness (ESTRESX, number CTM2012-32603). L.R. acknowledges support from grant FONDECYT 3170156. L.R. and N.L. acknowledge support from grant NC 1200286 (Millennium Nucleus Project MUSELS) and PIA CONICYT ANILLOS ACT172037. I.E.H. was supported by Ramon y Cajal Fellowship RYC2014-14970, cofunded by the Conselleria d’Innovació, Recerca i Turisme of the Balearic Government (Pla de ciència, tecnologia, innovació i emprenedoria 2013–2017) and the Spanish Ministry of Economy, Industry and Competitiveness.
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