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Originally published September 15, 2013 at 8:05 PM | Page modified September 16, 2013 at 9:12 AM

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SEA CHANGE: A special report on our threatened oceans

It killed billions of oysters on Washington’s shores. It threatens Alaska’s crab industry and food for millions in the South Pacific. Ocean acidification could disrupt marine life on an almost unfathomable scale, and far faster than first predicted – in some places by the time toda

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It killed billions of oysters on Washington’s shores. It threatens Alaska’s crab industry and food for millions in the South Pacific. Ocean acidification could disrupt marine life on an almost unfathomable scale, and far faster than first predicted – in some places by the time today’s preschoolers reach middle age. Yet we are doing little about it.

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