PMEL in the News
Acidity Levels in Chukchi and Beaufort Seas Could Reach Threatening Levels by 2030
Rising levels of acidity in oceans is a direct result of increased carbon dioxide concentrations in the atmosphere and over the course of next few decades acidity levels in Chukchi and Beaufort seas could reach levels of acidity that threaten the ability of animals to build their shells.
Beaufort Sea Acidifying
New research suggests that Canada's Beaufort Sea is becoming acidic at a faster rate than any other ocean in the world.
Ocean Acidification Could Corrode The Outer Shells Of Molluscs By 2030
Scientists are reporting that ocean acidification is causing calcium based sea creatures such as molluscs, starfish and corals to lose their outer shells.
Ocean Acidification Update from a Shellfish Grower on the Front Line
Over the past year, there have been many claims about ocean acidification and the impact on oysters. Many of those claims have withered under scrutiny. Taylor Shellfish is on the front line of dealing with environmental issues facing oyster growers.
Arctic Acidification Poses Risks to Crustaceans and Fish
A new study has concluded that by 2030 Chukchi and Beaufort seas, in the Arctic Ocean, could reach acidity levels that may negatively affect not only shelled animals but also the fish depending on them.