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  • Effects of naturally acidified seawater on seagrass calcareous epibionts. 

    Martin, S; Rodolfo-Metalpa, R; Ransome, E; Rowley, S; Buia, M-C; Gattuso, J-P; Hall-Spencer, J (England, 2008-12-23)
    Surface ocean pH is likely to decrease by up to 0.4 units by 2100 due to the uptake of anthropogenic CO2 from the atmosphere. Short-term experiments have revealed that this degree of seawater acidification can alter ...
  • Volcanic carbon dioxide vents show ecosystem effects of ocean acidification 

    Hall-Spencer, JM; Rodolfo-Metalpa, R; Martin, S; Ransome, E; Fine, M; Turner, SM; Rowley, SJ; Tedesco, D; Buia, MC (Nature ResearchEngland, 2008-07-03)
    The atmospheric partial pressure of carbon dioxide (p(CO(2))) will almost certainly be double that of pre-industrial levels by 2100 and will be considerably higher than at any time during the past few million years. The ...

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