In the future, sea creatures may pay to build with calcium carbonate
Brittle stars may end up with less star power as greenhouse gases change ocean chemistry.
As human activity increases concentrations of carbon dioxide
in the air, ocean chemistry is changing, says Hannah L. Wood of Plymouth Marine
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