Journal club. A biogeochemist sees the value of diversity in a changing ocean.

Abstract

Ocean acidification in response to excess carbon dioxide in the atmosphere could become a problem for marine organisms, especially those that make skeletons or shells out of calcium carbonate. Corals and clams are at risk, as are the coccolithophorids — microscopic algae that are, by volume, the most important shell producers. These algae have been the… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/460935e

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@article{Stoll2009JournalCA, title={Journal club. A biogeochemist sees the value of diversity in a changing ocean.}, author={Heather M. Stoll}, journal={Nature}, year={2009}, volume={460 7258}, pages={935} }