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News Release 06-100

Report Warns of Rising Carbon Dioxide Threats to Marine Life

Ocean acidification likely to affect coral, other calcium producers

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Corals like these in the Gulf of Mexico are affected by the increasing acidity of the oceans.

Corals like these on the undersea Stetson Bank in the Gulf of Mexico are affected by the increasing acidity of the oceans.

Credit: Frank and Joyce Burek


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The shells of foraminifera, plankton common in the seas, may be a casualty of ocean acidification.

The shells of foraminifera, members of the ocean's cadre of plankton species, may be a casualty of increasing ocean acidification.

Credit: U.S. Geological Survey


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