Canada’s Beaufort Sea Becoming Most Acidic | RYOT News

Situated north of Alaska and Canada’s Northwest Territories lies the Beaufort Sea. This body of water has the unique feature of being frozen most of the year, while the water near the shores does unfreeze during the summer months. It is home to whales, sea birds and numerous aquatic life.It is also in trouble.The Beaufort Sea is acidifying at a rate that is the fastest in the world, according to Canada’s Globe and Mail. The acid in the Beaufort Sea is a prime example of the effects of global warming on large bodies of water.

via Canada’s Beaufort Sea Becoming Most Acidic | RYOT News.

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