Interview: CO2 acidification threatens northern oceans (audio)

UAF ocean chemistry researcher Dr. Jeremy Mathis says the pH levels of the world’s oceans are dropping as atmospheric carbon continues to rise. The increasing acidity is measurable, and the effects are already being seen on shell-building organisms. Full interview with Mathis, Michelle Putz of the Sitka Global Warming Group, and KCAW’s Robert Woolsey.

Robert Woolsey, KFSK Radio, 10 February 2010. Audio.

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