by: Emory Jones, Lily Smith, and Mady Messick

Levels of CO2 in Sea Water is Rising!

Too much CO2 causes the production of shells among sea organisms to slow down which is slowely killing our reefs!
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Death of Algea = Death of Reefs

Ontop of the CO2 emissions being depositied in the water, these gases also cause a decrease in algea production which can result in "Coral Bleaching" which is whenever the coral is left unprotected from damage.
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Without Reefs We Are Nothing!

Considering that Coral Reefs act as homes, food sources and spawning grounds to literally thousands of fish species, if they die off than so many marine organisms will die with them!!!
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