New Resource: The Great Oyster Crash

The following resource has been posted to the Resources page:

The Great Oyster Crash: Ocean acidification hits the Pacific shellfish industry by Eric Scigliano, OnEarth, August 2011. In this 2011 article, Scigliano investigates Vibrio, ocean acidification and other threats to shellfishing in the Pacific region. Particularly illuminating are Alan Barton’s comments on ocean acidification at the end of the piece. For more information, check out this Q and A with NRDC senior scientist Lisa Suatoni on acidic oceans.

From “The Great Oyster Crash” ( Americans eat 700 million oysters every year, but ocean acidification could make them harder to raise, driving up prices for shellfish lovers. Visuals Unlimited/Inga Spence