Moderate increase of oceanic acidification leads to a dramatic shift in benthic habitats

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Rising levels of carbon dioxide released by anthropogenic activities are driving unprecedented changes in the chemistry of the oceans. The mean ocean surface acidity has increased by a near 30% as the advent of the Industrial Revolution. In agreement, ocean acidification is receiving increasing attention because of its potential to affect marine ecosystems....
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