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Table 3 The variables that had the highest predicted probability of Solen species occurrence for the present and future distribution models

From: Modelling present and future global distributions of razor clams (Bivalvia: Solenidae)

Solen Species Depth (m) Present Depth (m) Future
Primary productivity (mg C m−2 day−1 cell−1) Salinity (PSS) Mean sea surface temperature (°C) Primary productivity (mg C m−2 day−1 cell−1) Salinity (PSS) Mean sea surface temperature (°C)
aureomaculatus 0–150 500–750 35–36 26–28 0–150 500–1000 40–42 25–28
canaliculatus 0–150 2000–2500 40–41 29–31 0–150 750–1000 32–34 25–28
fonesii 0–150 800–1100 34–35 27–30 0–150 800–1100 35–36 25–29
grandis 0–150 1900–2000 30–32 13–14 0–150 1800–2000 30–33 13–14
kajiyamai 0–150 1800–2000 39–40 30–31 0–150 1500–1700 40–41 22–25
marginatus 0–100 1500–1900 39–40 12–13 0–100 1400–1600 40–41 11–13
roseomaculatus 0–150 1400–1600 40–41 31–32 0–150 1000–1200 41–42 23–26
sicarius 0–150 2200–2300 23–25 16–17 0–150 2200–2300 32–33 15–17
sloanii 0–100 750–850 40–41 25–26 0–100 750–1000 41–42 23–25
strictus 0–100 1800–2000 29–31 17–19 0–100 1500–1700 32–33 18–19
thuelchus 0–100 2200–2100 39–41 13–16 0–100 2200–2000 40–41 15–16
vagina 0–150 1600–1900 40–41 25–28 0–150 1600–2100 41–42 26–28
vaginoides 0–100 800–1100 38–40 26–28 0–100 800–1100 39–41 26–27
viridis 0–100 2000–2100 38–39 12–14 0–100 2000–2200 38–40 12–13
  1. Distance to land was approximately less than 200 km for all species in both present and future distribution models