The rising tide (no pun intended) of acid in the Earth’s oceans could cause a major disruption in the delicate balance of its ecosystem. A new study suggests that changes in the ocean’s acidic levels due to atmospheric carbon dioxide could also change the predator-prey relationship of ocean life by tipping the scales in favor of the predator.
.. Continue Reading Rising ocean acid levels skew predator/prey relationship
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