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Ocean acidification in modern seas and its recognition in the geological record: the Cretaceous/Paleogene boundary in Texas and Alabama Hart, MB; Leighton, AD; Smart, CW; Pettit, LR; Medina-Sánchez, IN; Harries, PJ; Cárdenas, AL; Hall-Spencer, JM; Prol-Ledesma, RM (2014)
Seaweed fails to prevent ocean acidification impact on foraminifera along a shallow-water CO2 gradient. Pettit, LR; Smart, CW; Hart, MB; Milazzo, M; Hall-Spencer, JM (England, 2015-05)Ocean acidification causes biodiversity loss, alters ecosystems, and may impact food security, as shells of small organisms dissolve easily in corrosive waters. There is a suggestion that photosynthetic organisms could ...