Research indicates that as the climate warms and oceans become more acidic, fish will lose olfactory function, threatening their ability to survive.
New research indicates that deep-sea hydrothermal vent microbial communities are far more productive than previously thought.
A team has found that nutrient pollution accelerates acidification of coral reefs, directly impacting them and pushing them toward a net loss.
A research team has found that biological surfactants can reduce the rate of CO2 exchange between the oceans and atmosphere by up to 50%.
Research shows that ocean acidification causes confusion in baby fish, making them ignore the sounds of safe habitats and attracted to other noise.