Growing Ocean Acidity May Erode Coastal Ecosystems

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: May 22, 2008   View Article

Ocean waters along North America’s west coast are becoming more acidic than expected in response to atmospheric carbon emissions, which will likely cause significant changes to economically vital marine ecosystems, a new study says.

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