Francis Chan

Oregon State University

Ecologist and associate professor at Oregon State University

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As millions of tons of CO2 are pumped into the atmosphere every day,   the world’s oceans are becoming more acidic causing devastation to   marine life.

How to Mitigate Ocean Acidification on the West Coast

As millions of tons of CO2 are pumped into the atmosphere every day,  the world’s oceans are becoming more acidic causing devastation to  marine life.

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