Global Warming's Threat to Ocean Ecosystems

There is growing evidence that increased levels of UV-B radiation as a result of ozone depletion may be harming marine species, particularly those in the upper layers of the sea. Numerous studies have shown, for example, that increased UV-B can cause death, decreased reproductive capacity, reduced survival and impaired larval development in some of the plankton species that form the basis of the marine food chain

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