Climate Change Beginning To Suffocate Ocean’s Fisheries? Study Shows Oceans Losing Oxygen At Unnatural Rates

By 2080, around 70% of the world’s oceans could be suffocating from a lack of oxygen as a result of climate change, potentially impacting marine ecosystems worldwide, according to a new study. The new models find mid-ocean depths that support many fisheries worldwide are already losing oxygen at unnatural rates and passed a critical threshold of oxygen loss in 2021.

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