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    Friday, October 18, 2013

    NO OCEAN SAFE FROM CLIMATE CHANGE

    Climate change will affect almost every corner of ocean, study says

    Tony Barboza, October 15, 2013 (LA Times)

    "Seawater is heating up and becoming more acidic, but those are only the first in a cascade of changes the world’s oceans are expected to go through…[according to Biotic and Human Vulnerability to Projected Changes in Ocean Biogeochemistry over the 21st Century]…[B]y the century's end…almost no part of the world’s oceans will be untouched…Oceans will continue to warm and lower in pH while plankton production and dissolved oxygen levels will decline…Those changing conditions will reduce the growth and size of sea creatures, increase mortality, disrupt ocean food webs and cause species to shift toward the poles and into deeper water…Shallow water environments, including coral reefs and seagrass beds, will see more drastic changes…Whales, seals, squid and krill are among the sea creatures projected to experience greater shifts…The oceanic changes will affect between 470 million and 870 million poor people who live in coastal areas of countries that rely on the sea for food and jobs and have little ability to adapt…” click here for more

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