Acid levels are increasing in the Arctic Sea

05/7/2013 | BBC

Carbon dioxide emissions are increasing the acidity of the Arctic Sea. Scientists from the Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Program said in a report that the rising levels could soon affect fish and other marine life, though they are uncertain about what those effects will be. "We have already passed critical thresholds. Even if we stop emissions now, acidification will last tens of thousands of years," said the report's chairman, Richard Bellerby.

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