Sensitivities to anticipated environmental change. (a) Points and horizontal lines indicate mean and 95% CI of scaled sensitivities, that is, the percent change in biological response based on fitted slopes of responses to treatment variables within study, multiplied by mean change in each treatment variable projected within the depth range of the taxon and life-history stage across the model domain (results shown for Cascadia 1.5 km model). Thus, sensitivities are shown according to the mean anticipated changes in each variable, to contextualize the sensitivity within the exposure projected, allowing comparison across variables that change at different magnitudes. Each point and error bar represents a single experiment, symbols represent specific response types, treatment variables, and life stages. Lines connecting points are provided to visually connect responses within species. Studies reporting sensitivities to changes in salinity were not sufficient to draw conclusions, so we excluded salinity from subsequent analyses (see Figure S6). (b) Sensitivities to combined temperature and oxygen changes based on Metabolic Index approach are provided for visual comparison. Silhouettes are original art generated in Adobe Photoshop by J. Sunday.