Crab is unloaded in San Francisco. Dungeness crab were valued at some $220 million during the 2013 West Coast commercial season. They are forecast to take a hit from ocean acidification driven by fossil-fuel combustion, according to a new study.
Crab is unloaded in San Francisco. Dungeness crab were valued at some $220 million during the 2013 West Coast commercial season. They are forecast to take a hit from ocean acidification driven by fossil-fuel combustion, according to a new study. Peter H. King Tribune News Service file
Crab is unloaded in San Francisco. Dungeness crab were valued at some $220 million during the 2013 West Coast commercial season. They are forecast to take a hit from ocean acidification driven by fossil-fuel combustion, according to a new study. Peter H. King Tribune News Service file

Carbon dioxide makes seawater more acidic. And that could empty your crab pots

January 16, 2017 12:44 PM