- Doubling of atmospheric levels would only increase dissolved CO2 in the oceans by .48%
- There is no reliable evidence that ocean pH is falling
- Increased CO2 dissolution in the oceans increases calcification of shellfish and coral
- Corals evolved at a time when CO2 levels were 15 times higher than the present
- Laboratory experiments on sealife in which hydrochloric acid is added to the water (not CO2) and without the natural buffers present in the ocean is meaningless to determine effects of increased CO2 levels on sealife.
Global Warming Science
Ocean Acidification: How bad can it get?
Ocean Acidification: Another Failing Scare Story
Acid in the oceans fraud
Ocean acidification: a non-problem
Dying Shellfish Larvae: Story of a Scam
Corals & the Great Barrier Reef
Monterey Bay pH 1995-2004
South China Sea pH
Ocean Acidification: the evil twin of global warming?
'Ocean Acidification' is the new climate scare
Testimony of Dr. John Everett
Speculations beyond the pale of reality
CO2 & pH
|Effects of Ocean Acidification on Marine Ecosystems