Deoxygenation due to climate change is already detectable in some parts of the ocean. New research finds that it will likely become widespread between 2030 and 2040. Other parts of the ocean, shown in gray, will not have detectable loss of oxygen due to climate change even by 2100. Credit: Matthew Long, NCAR.

What if Sea Life Can No Longer Breathe?

Widespread Loss of Ocean Oxygen to Become Noticeable Around 2030 Deoxygenation Due to Climate Change Threatens Marine Life Joint Release by American Geophysical Union (Lauren Lipuma) and  National Center for Atmospheric Research (David Hosansky and Laura Snider) A drop in the […]