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Climate change could push these tiny marine organisms to evolve — irreversibly

from The Washington Post

Human activities are causing plenty of obvious changes to the world's oceans, from mounds of garbage accumulating on the seafloor to bleached coral reefs killed by rising water temperatures. But other equally dramatic changes are happening on a level too small for the human eye to see. A new study in Nature Communications finds that rising levels of carbon dioxide in the ocean — the result of human greenhouse gas emissions — could have a major effect on microscopic marine organisms known as cyanobacteria, better known as blue-green algae. more

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