Ocean Acidification Monitors Coming To Alaska

Alaska will soon have a monitoring system for rising levels of acidity in the ocean. The state Legislature provided $2.7 million to set up a network of buoy sensors along the coast.  Scientists got an update on ocean acidification yesterday at the Alaska Marine Science Symposium in Anchorage.

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