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    Friday, October 04, 2013

    THE RISING IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON OCEANS

    Climate change sending ocean health 'spiralling downward' faster than previously thought

    John Hall, 3 October 2013 (UK Independent)

    "Scientists have warned that climate change has sent the health of oceans ‘spiralling downward’ faster than previously thought…[T]he oceans are absorbing much of the warming and unprecedented levels of carbon dioxide caused by human activity such as burning fossil fuels…[E]xperts are warning the impact of rising greenhouse gases combined with a range of other problems is far graver than previously thought…Oceans are being hit by decreasing oxygen levels caused by climate change and increased nutrient run-off from agriculture and sewage, and are becoming more acidic as more carbon dioxide dissolves into the sea, both of which harm wildlife…The ‘deadly trio’ of warming, de-oxygenation and acidification is seriously affecting how productive and efficient the ocean is, with impacts throughout the chain of marine life…” click here for more

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