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"The implications could be substantial." The decline in ocean pH, also known as ocean acidification, is caused by rising atmospheric CO2 levels. The ocean has observed about 30 percent of man-made CO2 emissions …
HNGN · 7/23/2015
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But with CO2 emissions still rising, along with the global thermostat ... CO2 emissions is the most reliable strategy for avoiding dangerous climate change, ocean acidification, and large-scale threats to marine ecosystems …
Yahoo News · 10 hours ago
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One of the potentially devastating consequences of global warming is that the oceans are growing more acidic—but just how acidic has been difficult for scientists to measure. That may be about to change, as the XPrize Foundation’s year-long competition ...
Quartz · 7/21/2015
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Acidification is already stressing shellfish, corals, and plankton whose shells or skeletons are made of calcium carbonate. If these small creatures disappear, ocean food webs will collapse. Simultaneously, the sea …
Council on Foreign Relations · ByStewart M. Patrick · 7/21/2015
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The researchers also compared phytoplankton’s response not only to ocean acidification, but also to other projected ... competing with each other, responded to rising acidity levels. The researchers paired MIT’s global circulation model — which ...
Science Blog · 7/22/2015
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 ...
Clean Tech · 7/22/2015
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Plankton, the basis of the entire food chain, are threatened by ocean acidification. More bad news for the planets ... question of whether Filipinos will have to abandon Manila due to rising sea levels. Manila has a population of roughly 2 million people.
Truth Out · 1 day ago
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
But with CO2 emissions still rising, along with the global thermostat ... CO2 emissions is the most reliable strategy for avoiding dangerous climate change, ocean acidification, and large-scale threats to marine …
Economic Times · 23 hours ago
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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