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This Coral Species Can Protect Itself Against Ocean Acidification

Written by on October 14, 2015 in Coral Reefs, Marine Life
This Coral Species Can Protect Itself Against Ocean Acidification

New research shows that one species of coral can protect itself against ocean acidification.

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Ocean Acidification Led to History’s Greatest Extinction

Written by on April 20, 2015 in Other News, Physical Oceanography
Ocean Acidification Led to History’s Greatest Extinction

A new study shows volcanic activity caused changes to the oceans that led to the greatest extinction in history.

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Ocean Acidification: The Devastating Truth

Written by on March 12, 2014 in Coral Reefs, Other News
Ocean Acidification: The Devastating Truth

Climate change is causing the world’s ocean to acidify at a rate never seen before and the only way to moderate this is to reduce the emission of the deadly CO2.

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Ocean Acidification Threatens Oysters and Alters Biodiversity

Written by on January 16, 2014 in Marine Life
Ocean Acidification Threatens Oysters and Alters Biodiversity

Today’s highlights include the future of Olympia oysters and crustose coralline algae in increasingly acidic oceans, and a study of dolphin movement.

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Why Isn’t This Reef Affected By Ocean Acidification?

Written by on October 22, 2013 in Coral Reefs, Editor's Choice, Marine Life, Physical Oceanography
Why Isn’t This Reef Affected By Ocean Acidification?

A new documentary series will explore Earth’s reaction to human activity and it will begin under the sea with coral reefs and ocean acidification.

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Ocean Acidification Getting International Attention from XPRIZE

Written by on September 10, 2013 in Other News
Ocean Acidification Getting International Attention from XPRIZE

Today’s highlights include life in subglacial lakes, humpback whales spending the winter in Antarctica, and a new ocean-themed XPRIZE.

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Getting Students Involved in Ocean Acidification Research

Written by on September 9, 2013 in Other News
Getting Students Involved in Ocean Acidification Research

Here’s another great opportunity to get involved in marine science research!

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Ocean Acidification Goes Beyond Damaging Shells

Written by on March 13, 2013 in Marine Life, Physical Oceanography
Ocean Acidification Goes Beyond Damaging Shells

As atmospheric carbon dioxide levels continue to rise, ocean acidification continues to threaten shelled organisms. But, new research shows that the shells aren’t the only parts in danger…

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Ocean Acidification Increasing Sediment Toxicity in UK

Written by on February 13, 2013 in Marine Life
Ocean Acidification Increasing Sediment Toxicity in UK

A new study reveals that ocean acidification in UK waters is making sediments that are already contaminated with metals even more toxic.

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Ocean Acidification Could Alter Entire Ecosystems

Written by on September 16, 2012 in Marine Life, Physical Oceanography
Ocean Acidification Could Alter Entire Ecosystems

New research finds that ocean acidification has even more consequences than previously thought. Stanford biologists found that increasing acidity changes how species interact with each other, potentially transforming entire ecosystems.

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