Marine biologist Steve Pengilley holds a Sea-Bird CTD instrument near Diablo Canyon Power Plant. The instrument and others like it can record seawater temperatures, salinity, dissolved oxygen and pH levels.
Marine biologist Steve Pengilley holds a Sea-Bird CTD instrument near Diablo Canyon Power Plant. The instrument and others like it can record seawater temperatures, salinity, dissolved oxygen and pH levels.
Marine biologist Steve Pengilley holds a Sea-Bird CTD instrument near Diablo Canyon Power Plant. The instrument and others like it can record seawater temperatures, salinity, dissolved oxygen and pH levels.

Oceans face higher acidity levels as more man-made CO2 gets absorbed

January 24, 2015 05:03 PM

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John Lindsey

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John Lindsey writes Weather Watch, a weekly column for The Tribune. He is PG&E's Diablo Canyon meteorologist and media relations representative. Email him at pgeweather@pge.com .