Baby fish led astray by rising CO2 levels in the ocean (audio)

A shoal of fish in Ash Ward's lab

Image:ABC RN: Teresa Tan

The world’s oceans are being polluted by chemicals and plastic, and disturbed by the movements of cargo ships and cruise liners.

But one of the most pressing issues for our oceans is climate change. New research has found baby fish are being led astray by rising CO2 levels in the ocean. And that could see a dramatic decline in fish populations in the future.

Isabel Dayman, ABC, 12 April 2018. Text and audio.

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