Study 'finds copepods [a crustacean] were not affected by "CO2 acidified" seawater at CO2 levels of 3300 ppm, which is more than 8 times higher than the present. According to the authors, "Following the 28-day exposure period, survival was found to be unaffected by exposure to 3300 ppm CO2" and "Together, the findings indicate that apCO2 level ≤2000 ppm (the highest CO2 level expected by the year 2300) will probably not directly affect survival in C. finmarchicus."
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