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Ocean Acidification: Global Warming’s Evil Twin.

11 Aug

A Prize-Winning Feature Story on Ocean Acidification from the Seattle Times

Ocean acidification, often referred as the lesser-known evil twin of global warming, is taking place at a rapid rate as a result of the increase in atmospheric C02, effecting ocean ecology worldwide. Learn all about this serious environmental issue by looking at the prize-winning multi-media feature done recently by the Seattle Times. The feature was authored Craig Welch, with fabulous photos by Steve Ringman.; as well it includes numerous videos. Here’s the URL that will link you to the feature’s full opening video, which is more complete than the teaser above:

http://apps.seattletimes.com/reports/sea-change/2013/sep/11/pacific-ocean-perilous-turn-overview/

 

Oysters are one of the important species affected by ocean acidification. This is photo by Steve Ringman is of oyster harvesting in Puget Sound, Washington

Oysters are one of the important species affected by ocean acidification. This photo by Steve Ringman is of oyster harvesting in Puget Sound, Washington

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