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Arctic Cruise 2012: Fast Facts on Ocean Acidification (OA) and the Arctic Ocean

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Video Podcast - Ocean Acidification: Research on Top of the World



The Arctic Ocean is one of the most unique bodies of water on the planet. It houses large charismatic predators like polar bears, whales, and seals; critical species like shell fish and phytoplankton; and an array of organisms found nowhere else on Earth. The Arctic Ocean is also the most inaccessible and least explored ocean. Its remoteness has kept it ecologically pristine. But the Arctic is where climate change impacts are strongest and where global changes are underway.

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