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Rising Acidity Levels Could Hurt Shellfish Revenue, Jobs

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In a case study of U.S. commercial fishery revenues published in the June issue of Environmental Research Letters, WHOI scientists Sarah Cooley and Scott Doney calculated possible economic effects of ocean acidification over the next 50 years using atmospheric COz trajectories from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and studies of acidification's effects on shell-forming marine organisms, focusing on mollusks.

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									Rising Acidity Levels Could Hurt Shellfish Revenue, Jobs
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Sea Technology; Aug 2009; 50, 8; Docstoc
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