Julia Galbenu explaining how ocean acidification is affecting how fish smell/sense their environment

Julia Galbenu, former A\J editorial intern and recent Oxford grad, explains how ocean acidificaton  is changing how fish smell and sense their world, a new paradigm that affects everything from how they avoid predators to how they spawn.

The world is just coming to realize the damage done by ocean acidification, a clear symptom of climate change, and thanks to scientists like Galbenu, we're now starting to explore the deeper impacts....and potential solutions.

https://youtu.be/BArjHcrcojY

Julia is a Biology graduate from Oxford University and a former A\J volunteer. She is now volunteering in India where she teaches Environmental Science. Her ambition is to become an environmental science communicator, with the aim to explain, enthuse and create positive global change. Twitter @JuliaGalbenu.

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