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Define Ocean Acidification, Twitter: Social Media's Take on Seafood Impact

By    |   Tuesday, 02 Jun 2015 04:44 PM

Ocean acidification – which is caused when excess amounts of carbon dioxide (CO2) are released through burning oil, coal, and gas and are dissolved into the ocean – is often linked with concern for global warming in awareness advocates’ rhetoric platforms.

Although the actual effects and threats posed by ocean acidification are still hotly debated and refuted, many social media users use their Twitter accounts to promote education for issues concerning the protection of the ocean’s natural resources and ecology.

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Below are several statements from concerned Twitter users about ocean acidification’s impact on sea creatures and their natural environments:

1. This Twitter user is concerned about ocean acidification’s effects on shrimp:


2. This user is encouraged by how oysters can adapt to their environments:


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3. This pessimistic user wonders if the world can ever recover from ocean acidification:


4. This user maintains that ocean acidification has been going on for decades:


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Ocean acidification - which is caused when excess amounts of carbon dioxide (CO2) are released through burning oil, coal, and gas and are dissolved into the ocean - is often linked with concern for global warming in awareness advocates' rhetoric platforms.
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