We already know that the pH of water can have detrimental effect on human health, and can be affected by a number of different factors including: residue from volcanic vents, acid rain and global warming. But just how big of an effect can it have on delicate aquatic ecosystems?
A number of recent stories and headlines have indicated that the answer is, quite a lot. From fishing practices in Alaska, to dampened escape responses in black turban snails, acidic water is showing increasingly observable pressure on aquatic habitats. To read more head to LinkedIn to read our exclusive in-depth article.