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Ocean acidification is deadly threat to marine life, finds eight-year study

23.10.2017
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Plastic pollution, overfishing, global warming and increased acidification from burning fossil fuels means oceans are increasingly hostile to marine lifeIf the outlook for marine life was already looking bleak - torrents of plastic that can suffocate and starve fish, overfishing, diverse forms of human pollution that create dead zones, the effects of global warming which is bleaching coral reefs and threatening coldwater species - another threat is quietly adding to the toxic soup.Ocean acidification is progressing rapidly around the world, new research has found, and its combination with the other threats to marine life is proving deadly. Many organisms that could withstand a certain amount of acidification are at risk of losing this adaptive ability owing to pollution from plastics, and the extra stress from global warming. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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