The Ocean

The ocean's chemistry isn't the same everywhere - this is what it means for marine life

Scientists thought ion ratios held relatively constant over space and time. Image: Unsplash

Harrison Tasoff

Writer, Futurity

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The chemical composition of the ocean differs a great deal around the world. Image: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

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