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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
According to the declaration, “ocean acidification may render most regions chemically inhospitable to coral reefs by 2050.” The group said that acidification could be controlled only by limiting future atmospheric levels of the gas. Other strategies ...
New York Times · ByCornelia Dean · 1/30/2009
A new research study combining marine physiology, neuroscience, pharmacology, and behavioral psychology has revealed a surprising outcome from increases of carbon dioxide uptake in the oceans: anxious fish. Scientists have shown for the first time that ...
Science Daily · 12/5/2013
Ocean acidification isn't just making environmentalists anxious; it's also worrying the fish. Scientists have discovered that increased carbon dioxide in the world's oceans is causing fish to be more anxious, which could impact fisheries across the globe.
Science World Report · 12/5/2013
A new study conducted by researchers at Oregon State University has found that the acidification of ocean poses serious threat to mollusk farming and fishing, an industry worth USD 1 billion. The study is important as it is one most comprehensive to ...
DelhiDailyNews · 2/24/2015
They warn that as the planet's oceans grow more acidic, due to rising carbon dioxide levels, many of our favourite seafoods could become less appetising. Climate change experts predict that over the next century, the acidity levels of the world's oceans ...
Daily Mail · 12/22/2014
Strength in numbers: A satellite's view of billions of E. huxleyi, blankets of tiny plankton floating off the east coast of southern England. The third in a series. To see the first two parts, click here and here. Many of the projected effects of climate ...
Scientific American · 8/6/2014
Ocean acidification triggered by massive volcanic eruptions helped cause the worst mass extinction in the history of life on Earth, according to a new study. The findings, published in the journal Science, shed light on the dangers of rising ocean acidity ...
Los Angeles Times · ByAmina Khan · 4/12/2015
Two scientific studies released today highlight the dangers of rising acid levels ... but CO2 makes ocean water more acidic. Now a study published in the journal Nature Climate Change shows acidification will drive substantial changes in ocean ecosystems ...
ABC Online · 8/26/2013
The Arctic Ocean’s acidity level is rising at an alarming rate due to changes in the global carbon cycle. Scientists with the Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme in Oslo, Norway are concerned about the amount of carbon dioxide emissions …
Guardian LV · 5/7/2013