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Increasing Ocean Acidification Invading Marine Life! August 1, 2018

Carbon dioxide emissions are killing off coral reefs and kelp forests as heat waves and ocean acidification continue damaging marine ecosystems. Greetings!  In some of my previous blogs, I’ve been talking about the extremely harmful effects of ocean acidification. Ocean acidification occurs as the result of greenhouse gases [carbon dioxide – CO2] created from human activity, being…

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Ocean Acidification Unleashes its Fury on West Coast! June 22, 2017

Ocean Acidification sensors in use on the west coast of the United States to monitor increasing pH levels and the destruction this has on sea life. Photo Courtesy: Oregon State University Greetings! Unfortunately, I have more sobering news for you with the subject of ocean acidification. Oregon State University researchers recently recorded some of the highest levels…

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Ocean Acidification Obliterates Carysfort Reef! May 20, 2016

Greetings! In this blog, I’d like to talk about the increasing evidence of ocean acidification. In particular, research done by author and biological oceanographer from the University of Florida, Chris Langdon. This study is one of the first ones done showing the long-term effects of ocean acidification and how it affects the foundation of reefs. Mr.…

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Ground Breaking Study Uncovers Fish Getting “Drunk” From High CO2 Levels! March 30, 2016

Carbon dioxide concentrations in seawater could reach levels high enough to make fish “intoxicated” and disoriented many decades earlier than previously thought, a new study has found.   Photo credit: AsianScientist Greetings!  In some of my previous blogs, you probably heard me talk about ocean acidification. This occurs when increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide [CO2] levels from…

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