Bryozoans, considered a canary in the coal mine for magnesium-abundant marine animals with calcerous skeletons, thrive in California kelp forests, and UC Davis researchers found that bryozoans dissolved quicker than expected when cultured in warm waters and exposed to acidity.
Bryozoans, considered a canary in the coal mine for magnesium-abundant marine animals with calcerous skeletons, thrive in California kelp forests, and UC Davis researchers found that bryozoans dissolved quicker than expected when cultured in warm waters and exposed to acidity. University of California, Davis
Bryozoans, considered a canary in the coal mine for magnesium-abundant marine animals with calcerous skeletons, thrive in California kelp forests, and UC Davis researchers found that bryozoans dissolved quicker than expected when cultured in warm waters and exposed to acidity. University of California, Davis

Sea life dissolves quickly in warming waters off California coast, UC Davis finds

April 26, 2017 4:00 AM

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