ocean acidification

ocean acidification
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  • oceans have become 30 percent more acidic because of the carbon pollution we're pumping into the atmosphere. 
  • carbon pollution
  • the carbon pollution effects as coral reefs collapse, oyster beds disappear and tiny creatures that are important food sources get smaller and weaker.
  • The world's oceans are in trouble. Every day, 22 million tons of carbon dioxide from factories, cars, power plants and other human sources are absorbed by the world's oceans.
  • carbon pollution is making seawater more acidic, spelling disaster for many marine animals, from plankton and coral up the food chain to sea stars, salmon, sea otters, whales — and ultimately people, who rely on oceans for food.
  • The oceans have become 30 percent more acidic because of the carbon pollution we're pumping into the atmosphere. We're already seeing the effects as coral reefs collapse, oyster beds disappear and tiny creatures that are important food sources get smaller and weaker.
  • marine animals become smaller and weaker
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