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  • How will ocean acidification affect marine photosynthetic organisms? A review 

    Jarrold, M. (University of Plymouth, 2012)
    Atmospheric carbon dioxide is increasing year on year, mainly as a result of burning fossil fuels. Although carbon dioxide dissolves in the oceans, mitigating atmospheric effects, it does result in a reduction of the ...
  • The Sea and Me (1) 

    Evans, E.; Johnsen, E. (University of Plymouth, 2017)
    History tells us about producing humans on a growing Earth. Today’s reality reveals consuming humans on a diminishing Earth.There are over 7 billion humans on Earth. The ability to manage the human impacts on the oceans ...

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