Basher and Hanieh modelled the likely change in species ranges due to climate warming. Both found species likely to expand their ranges by moving into areas previously too cold for them.
Decapod shrimps are widely distributed around Antarctica. The deep-sea Antarctic shrimp Nematocarcinus lanceopes was predicted to have moved its distribution pole-wards since the Last Glacial Maximum and to continue to do so by 2100 (Basher and Costello 2016).
Razor clams live in shallow seas along continental coastlines. Almost all species were predicted to expand their geographic range by moving away from the equator (Saeedi et al. 2016).
Basher Z, Costello MJ. 2016. The past, present and future distribution of a deep-sea shrimp in the Southern Ocean. PeerJ 4, e1713.
Saeedi, H, Basher Z, Costello MJ. 2016. Modelling present and future global distributions of razor clams (Bivalvia: Solenidae). Helgoland Marine Research 70 (23). DOI 10.1186/s10152-016-0477-4