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Ocean Acidification Bad News for Marine Life

News   Jul 30, 2018 | Original Story by Alan Williams for the University of Plymouth.

 
Ocean Acidification Bad News for Marine Life

Corals, such as this table Acroporid, provide habitats for a wide range of fauna at a reference site where the CO2 concentration is currently 300ppm. Credit: Marco Milazzo.

 
 
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