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Hermie the Hermit Crab
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CO2 the Other Problem
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Funded by the E POCA

For Kids


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Acid Test
http://planetgreen.discovery.com/videos/blue-august-acid-test-exclusive-sneak-preview.html

 A Sea Change (Short Version)  

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Clay animation about the potentially disastrous rise in ocean acidity. Created by pupils from Ridgeway School Plymouth, Sundog Media, and Dr Carol Turley of Plymouth Marine Laboratory. Commissioned by EPOCA [European Project on OCean Acidification]; supported by UCP Marjon, and National Marine Aquarium.
   



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A Sea Change -- Imagine a World Without Fish

    
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Carbon emissions injecting acid into our oceans
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