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Measuring Ocean Acidification in San Francisco Bay

Measuring Ocean Acidification in San Francisco Bay

Measuring Ocean Acidification in San Francisco Bay featured image by Lisa Vortman A five-foot tall, bright yellow buoy anchored near the Tiburon shoreline and its companion mooring represent the first long-term monitoring of ocean acidity and carbon dioxide in the San...
When There’s Nowhere Colder to Go

When There’s Nowhere Colder to Go

THE LAST STOP When There’s Nowhere Colder to Go How climate change is affecting polar fish at the tip of a warming world by Diane J. Nelson | Oct 18, 2017 featured image by Rob Robbins, US Antarctic Program Fish have been migrating to cooler water over the last...
Canary in the Kelp Forest

Canary in the Kelp Forest

Canary in the Kelp Forest Sea Creature Dissolves in Today’s Warming, Acidifying Waters Quick Summary Warming waters plus ocean acidification are predisposing some marine life to dissolving Faced with warming, bryozoans build more magnesium into their skeletons, making...

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