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Almost all ocean surface climates can disappear by 2100.
« on: August 29, 2021, 09:06:53 PM »



Sea creatures are forced to "Adapt or die" if CO2 concentrations continue to increase.If the rate of carbon emissions does not change Environmental researchers suggest that about 95% of ocean surface weather could disappear by 2100, creating a dire future for some marine species that may face two options: adapt or die.Ocean surface climate refers to the combination of water temperatures. Acidity and Concentration of Aragonite which is a mineral used by marine organisms such as coral

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Just in case the prediction doesn't ruin your mood. The study, published Thursday in the journal Scientific Reports, also found that over the next 80 years, based on current carbon emission trajectories, there could be more than 80 percent of the ocean's surface. Cover in exotic, high temperature and acidic climates.Such an exotic ocean surface climate has never been seen before on Earth.

The study found that Both the lost weather and the exotic weather. This tends to occur near the equator and sub-Antarctic regions. Threaten the animals that call these places home.If they are adapted to the conditions they live in,” said Katie Lotterhos, an associate professor of marine and environmental sciences at Northeastern University. And those conditions begin to disappear or be replaced by exotic weather conditions.” Somewhere.