Stressed-out fish and ocean acidification: consequences of climate change (audio)

Dr. Sarah Cooley explains how changes in ocean chemistry are having a ripple effect on sea life and our economy.

In this episode
-Colleen learns that fish can get stressed out (and how scientists measure their anxiety levels)
-We take a look at how climate change is acidifying our oceans
-Sarah breaks down what these changes mean for the environment and economy

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