Hypercapnia – why intoxicated fish isn’t as funny as it sounds (video)

High concentrations of CO2 in seawater can cause fish to become intoxicated – a phenomena known as hypercapnia. UNSW’s Ben McNeil and Tristan Sasse explain how a rise in our oceans’ CO2 levels could have huge implications for global fisheries and marine ecosystems.

UNSW (Australia), via Youtube, 13 december 2015. Video.

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