Marine scientists across the world are racing to tackle the most urgent environmental challenge facing our planet today – ocean acidification. From the icy polar seas to the world's most pristine coral reefs, Acid Ocean tracks the latest scientific research. Heading the investigation is Dr Katharina Fabricius from the Australian Institute of Marine Science. She's made a game-changing discovery. Nestled amongst Papua New Guinea's stunning coral gardens is a unique reef – a window to the future of our oceans. Written, produced and directed by award-winning filmmaker Sally Ingleton, Acid Ocean travels the world to explore the impact of ocean acidification.
Can scientists uncover the secrets of how the acid ocean is changing ecosystems?
Will the many incredible marine creatures seen in this film adapt and evolve to survive this global challenge?
This study guide is targeted at Years 7–10 students studying Science, Humanities and the cross-curriculum priority of Sustainability.
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