Jacuzzi vents model CO2 future

According to a UK scientist studying volcanic vents in the ocean they hold a grave warning for future marine ecosystems. At the end of last year, Dr Hall-Spencer published his findings on one volcanic expel site off Ischia Island. The opinion of Dr.Jason Hall-Spencer's work is that our oceans could lose perhaps 30% of their biodiversity this century.

Over the past 200 years, the world's oceans have already absorbed a third to a half of the CO2 formed by humans, principally by the blazing of fossil fuels. According to the Plymouth University investigator as he swims towards them, the pH level of the waterfalls and he can use exacting locations to simulate what the open ocean will be like in the decades in front if emissions of distinctive CO2 go unimpeded and much of the that gas is riveted into sea.

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