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The researchers then worked the experimental data into a global ocean circulation model to see how multiple species, competing with each other, responded to rising acidity levels. The researchers paired MIT's global circulation model—which simulates ...
Phys.org · ByJennifer Chu · 7/20/2015
Ocean acidification is happening due to rising CO2 emissions, which dissolves into the ocean and lowers the pH. The same process occurs in your blood. As much as 30 percent of all CO2 emissions are dissolved in …
Science 2.0 · 7/23/2015
The sensors allow scientists and oceanographers to accurately and easily observe ocean acidification and address potential threats to global marine ecosystems. This type of sensor technology is critical because rising levels of carbon in the atmosphere ...
Water World · 7/23/2015
Ocean acidification
Phytoplankton bloom north of Norway. NASA Earth Observatory Climate change’s oft ignored twin, ocean acidification, is usually thought of as a biological rather than a climatic problem. They’re seen as parallel (carbon dioxide emissions are a cause of ...
Ars Technica · ByScott K. Johnson · 8/29/2013
The findings from a series of studies out this week suggest rising greenhouse emissions from the burning ... who start their lives at sea - in particular could suffer due to ocean acidification. Ocean acidification is a …
Naharnet · 7/24/2015
Rising acidity doesn't just imperil the West Coast's $110 ... to discuss their findings on oceans in a "high-C02 world." The full brunt of ocean acidification won't hit for decades. But scientists say the only sure way to avoid the worst is to ...
Los Angeles Times · ByKenneth R. Weiss · 10/7/2012
Increasing levels of carbon dioxide in our atmosphere are changing ocean chemistry, making seawater more acidic. This poses a potential threat to some sea life as it creates conditions for animals to take up more coastal pollutants like copper. The ...
Phys.org · 10/31/2014
The rising acidity of the world’s oceans could devastate coastal communities around the United States over the next century, according to a new analysis. And because ocean acidification is exacerbated by other water quality problems such as agriculture ...
news.sciencemag.org · 2/23/2015
Carbon dioxide soaked up by seawater will cause plankton to release less cloud-forming compounds back into atmosphere. The slow and inexorable increase in the oceansacidity as they soak up carbon dioxide from the atmosphere could itself have an …
Nature · 8/25/2013