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Increased carbon dioxide (CO2) is altering the chemistry of the surface oceans and causing them to become more acidic. The process could have significant consequences on marine organisms which may alter species composition, disrupt marine food webs and ecosystems (Source: UNEP)

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ocean acidification
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acidification des océans
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окисление океана
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海洋酸化
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