Acid test for marine biodiversity

Rising levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide lead to acidification of the oceans. A site in the Mediterranean, naturally carbonated by under-sea volcanoes, provides clues to the possible effects on marine ecosystems.

Riebesell U., 2008). Acid test for marine biodiversity. Nature, 454(7200): 46-47. Article (subscription required).

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