Tagged: New Zealand sea urchin

At the beach? Meet global warming’s evil twin - Infrequently Asked Questions

Lynley Hargreaves Jan 15, 2015

Kina, or New Zealand sea urchin One third of our carbon dioxide emissions are absorbed by the world’s oceans, which increases the acidity of the water and affects marine life. The University of Auckland’s Associate Professor Mary Sewell looks into the impacts on kina, or the New Zealand sea urchin, and how their fertilisation, early development and metabolism change. Read More