By Chris D’Angelo
April 28, 2016
It should come as no surprise that human activity is causing the world’s oceans to warm, rise and acidify.
But an equally troubling impact of climate change is that it is beginning to rob the oceans of oxygen.
While ocean deoxygenation is well established, a new study led by Matthew Long, an oceanographer at the National Center for Atmospheric Research, finds that climate change-driven oxygen loss is already detectable in certain swaths …