Oceanography: a sea butterfly flaps its wings

Ocean acidification is predicted to harm the ocean’s shell-building organisms over the coming centuries. Sea butterflies, an ecologically important group of molluscs in the Arctic and Southern oceans, are already suffering the effects.

Ries J. B., 2012. Oceanography: A sea butterfly flaps its wings. Nature Geoscience. Article (subscription required).

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