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Even though the oceans are making up for this much of the earth’s surface, a lot is still to be discovered about them. Only recently scientist discovered a phenomenon called ocean acidity, a chemical process in which absorbed CO2 reacts with seawater and produces acid. To further research the effects, several Free Ocean CO2 Enrichment experiments have started like this one from the EU.

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