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OA not OK: Booklet available

Posted on 6 September 2011 by Doug Mackie

In July and August 2011 we posted a long series to introduce the chemistry of ocean acidification. We have lightly edited and compiled the posts into a booklet.

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  1. Kudos on a job well done!
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  2. Great resource. Thank you.
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  3. Doug, Christina & Keith, awesome series of posts. Thanks a bunch!
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  4. Thank you.
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  5. Guys.

    Great series!!

    You alluded to a future series looking at future ocean chemistry changes. When can we expect to see that?

    No pressure of course, don't feel that I am breathing down your necks or anything. PANT, PANT, DROOL, DROOL! ...
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  6. “Stanford University researchers have gotten a glimpse into an uncertain future where increasing levels of carbon dioxide in the Earth's atmosphere will lead to higher levels in the ocean as well, leaving the water more acidic and altering underwater ecosystems.”

    Source: “Oceans' increasing acidity likely to hurt biodiversity” by Louis Bergeron, R&D, Sep 13, 2011

    To access this in-depth article, click here.
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