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Guide to best practices for ocean acidification research and data reporting

The ocean presently takes up one-fourth of the carbon dioxide emitted to the atmosphere by human activities, thereby increasing ocean acidity.

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2010
IUCN Publication

L'acidification des océans : questions [et] réponses

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2010
IUCN Publication

Ocean acidification : questions answered

This guide answers key questions about ocean acidification and discusses the degree of certainty of the international scientific community about what is already happening to the ocean, what the future may hold for the ocean in a high carbon dioxide (CO2) world, and the possible consequences of oc

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2010
IUCN Publication

Ocean acidification : questions answered (Chinese version)

This guide answers key questions about ocean acidification and discusses the degree of certainty of the international scientific community about what is already happening to the ocean, what the future may hold for the ocean in a high carbon dioxide (CO2) world, and the possible consequences of oc

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2010
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Ocean acidification : questions answered (Arabic version)

This guide answers key questions about ocean acidification and discusses the degree of certainty of the international scientific community about what is already happening to the ocean, what the future may hold for the ocean in a high carbon dioxide (CO2) world, and the possible consequences of oc

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2010
IUCN Publication

Acidificación oceánica : preguntas y respuestas

This guide answers key questions about ocean acidification and discusses the degree of certainty of the international scientific community about what is already happening to the ocean, what the future may hold for the ocean in a high carbon dioxide (CO2) world, and the possible consequences of oc

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2010