Sea urchins evolving to cope with ocean acidification
A little good news on the climate change front, for a change: some marine organisms may be able to adapt surprisingly well to ocean acidification caused by carbon dioxide from burning fossil fuels.
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#1 Apr 8, 2013
Ok. They did not use "stem."
Whether ocean species can evolve quickly enough to cope with ocean acidification or not remains to be seen. Some will and others will not. Jennifer Sunday says, "so we're looking at a future ocean that could be quite different."
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