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What Does Rising Acidity in the Gulf of Mexico Mean for Sea Life and for Us?

Posted on · The Gulf of Mexico has been absorbing large amounts of carbon dioxide created by burning fossil fuels and other human endeavors. Both NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) have been observing the acidification of oceans for some time. So what does increasing acid in our oceans mean — both for sea life and […]

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Rerouting Houston Buses and Ocean Acidification: Thursday’s Show (August 13, 2015)

Posted on · On Sunday (Aug. 16, 2015), METRO is launching a major redesign to its bus routes. The goal? To boost ridership and remove vehicles from already crowded roads. But for some riders, it could mean a longer walk to get on a bus and more time to get to their destinations. All this week on News […]