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Part One: Ocean Acidification

By | February 28, 2012 - 6:36 pm

This summer scientists began to see acidic waters of the deep ocean moving ashore along the west coast. It’s still uncertain what this means for Alaska, where the ocean circulation is different.  But measurements made here so far are not encouraging.

In part two of his series on ocean acidification, Steve will report on why Alaska’s situation is different from the rest of the west coast.

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