Oceans under threat from acid CO<SUB>2</SUB>, Royal Society warns

Steep cuts in carbon dioxide emissions are vital not only to slow global warming but also to stem the increasing acidity of the oceans, according to a report by the Royal Society.1 Increasing acidity will force changes in plankton and coral ecosystems, and threaten the role of the oceans in absorbing CO2.

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