Ocean

The world's shellfish are under threat as our oceans become more acidic

The ocean has become up to 30% more acidic in the last 200 years. Image: REUTERS/Regis Duvignau

Susan Fitzer

Research fellow Environmental Management, Institute of Aquaculture, , University of Stirling

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