Beaches at risk due to the increase in atmospheric CO2

Scientists from the CNR (National Research Council) and Ca’ Foscari University of Venice have carried out the first scientific research on the ripple effects linking atmospheric emissions, sea acidification, and coastal erosion. The Mediterranean case study: a possible 31 percent decrease in sediment by 2100. The results have been published inClimatic Change

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