Ocean Acidification
Updated: 5/22/2020
Ocean Acidification
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  • Ocean Acidification
  • I'm sure you all know what the ocean is
  • But why is it becoming dangerous?
  • But have you noticed that sometimes it is thicker and disappears slower?
  • If you've ever been to the beach, you will have noticed that it gets foamy as the waves break.
  • Ocean acidification is a result of the water containing too much acid. There is a high amount of CO2 in our oceans now, causing it to be filled with acid.
  • This is caused by something called ocean acidification.
  • The CO2 in the water is because of the burning of fossil fuels.
  • Because there is so much carbon dioxide in the air, the ocean has become 30% more acidic in the past 150 years.
  • So in conclusion, Don't swim in the ocean in 270 years, because you will most likely corrode.
  • One of the ways it is affected is through rain! If the clouds contain too much CO2, they become acidic, meaning the rain becomes acidic!
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