Topics » Climate Change   Dec. 5, 2012

Ocean Acidification: The Other Carbon Problem

Florida Corals at Risk

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Florida Corals at Risk

A diver in Florida explores the coral reefs. Climate change affects several species of marine life, but coral reefs are dealt a one-two punch. Warming waters causes corals to lose their color, and rising acidity corrodes the corals' spiny skeletons.

Read the story: Coral Reefs and Shellfish Battle Acidifying Oceans


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