Last summer, scientists met at the University of Washington to address alarming findings concerning the rapid acidification of the world’s oceans. Experts at that symposium warned that wildlife in the Salish Sea, from salmon to shellfish, may start to see significant effects from changing water chemistry within the next 10 to 20 years. PSI senior writer Christopher Dunagan reports on the symposium’s key findings.
Read the article in Salish Sea Currents.
Editor’s note: This article was commissioned and edited by the Washington Ocean Acidification Center which hosted the symposium. Funds for the article were provided by the Washington state legislature. A version of this article was originally published by the Washington Ocean Acidification Center.