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North Atlantic Carbon Intake Doubles

Feb 13, 2016
The North Atlantic is gulping down twice as much industrial carbon as before and becoming increasingly acidic, intensifying threats to marine creatures.

Oceans Would Perish Even If Levels of Atmospheric Carbon Were Reduced

Aug 6, 2015
While the “future dramatic removal of huge volumes of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere” could restore greenhouse gas concentrations to pre-industrial levels, the world’s oceans would “stay warmer, and more acidic, for thousands of years, and the consequences for marine life could be catastrophic” unless the burning of fossil fuels is stopped, a team of German researchers warns.