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Promoting Social Advocacy through Digital Storytelling: The Case of Ocean Acidification

  title={Promoting Social Advocacy through Digital Storytelling: The Case of Ocean Acidification},
  author={Chun Chen Yea and W. Chou},
  journal={International journal of humanities and social sciences},
  • Chun Chen Yea, W. Chou
  • Published 2019
  • Political Science
  • International journal of humanities and social sciences
Many chemical changes in the atmosphere and the ocean are invisible to the naked eye, but they have profound impacts. These changes not only confirm the phenomenon of global carbon pollution, but also forewarn that more changes are coming. The carbon dioxide gases emitted from the burning of fossil fuels dissolve into the ocean and chemically react with seawater to form carbonic acid, which increases the acidity of the originally alkaline seawater. This gradual acidification is occurring at an… Expand


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  • International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Vol:13,
  • 2019