How Ocean Acidification Imperils the Lowly Sea Snail

Aug 20, 2016

A Sea star closes in on a black turban snail in a Sonoma Coast tide pool.
Credit Garbiel Ng

  Increasing acidity in the world’s oceans is affecting far more than coral reefs. A local researcher is studying how changing pH in seawater may alter the balance of life in tide pools along the North Coast.