New ocean acidification animation launched

New ocean acidification animation launched

 

Last weekend at the Festival of Nature in Bristol a new animation on ocean acidification, entitled "Oceans in Peril" was launched.


The animation was produced by students at the University of the West of England, supported by Falmouth University and the Shark and Coral Conservation Trust with PML providing scientific guidance.

You can watch the animation here.

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