Corrosive seawater burps up temporarily
Seawater with the potentially shell-disrupting chemistry
predicted for the open ocean after 2050 has already surfaced along
In spring 2007, the corrosive, deep water rose temporarily to
the Pacific surface some 40 kilometers roughly west of the California-Oregon
border, says Richard Feely of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration’s Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory in
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