The Times Cheltenham Science Festival: S7 ocean acidification

Tuesday 7 June / 4:00pm / Town Hall Unreserved

Ocean acidification, nicknamed climate change’s evil twin, could have wideranging impacts on marine life. About a quarter of the carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere is absorbed by the oceans, and as levels rise they become more acidic. Dive headlong into the discussion with marine scientist Carol Turley and Andy Ridgwell, who models the effects of climate change.

The Times Cheltenham Science Festival, Web site and booking.

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