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Greenhouse gas buildup seen as risk to oceans

By Beth Daley
Globe Staff / July 16, 2004

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Almost half the carbon dioxide from the past two centuries of human industry has been absorbed by the world's oceans, an injection of greenhouse gas that could change the acidity of the ocean in the future and threaten some sea creatures, according to a report published today. (Full Article: 793 Words)

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