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Hurricane Harvey more than doubled the acidity of Texas' Galveston Bay, threatening oyster reefs

By Tacey Hicks, PhD Candidate in Oceanography, Texas A&M University
Kathryn Shamberger, Associate Professor of Oceanography, Texas A&M University
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Climate change is making oceans more acidic globally. Now, scientists are finding that large storms can send pulses of acidic water into bays and estuaries, further stressing fish and shellfish.The Conversation

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