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> Climate Change Blog: Oceans Acidifying faster Now than Past 300 Million Years
Brett Anderson
post Mar 8 2012, 10:37 AM
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Some sobering news from the National Science Foundation...... According to new research, the world's oceans may be currently acidifying at a quicker rate than they have in the past 300 million years. The high output of global carbon emissions is turning our oceans more acidic. The oceans draw down excess carbon dioxide from the air and that reaction leads to Read the full article

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