Peter Griffin posted in deep sea coral on December 4th, 2008.
Oceans are becomingly increasingly acidic as rising carbon emission levels see increased amounts of dissolved CO2 entering oceans. But what’s the long-term impact of this? Someone who knows that better than most is the University of Plymouth’s Dr Jason Hall-Spencer, who in June had a paper published in the journal Nature that examined natural carbon […]
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