Rising carbon dioxide affecting health fish living on Great Barrier Reef

Australian Broadcasting Corporation: MARK COLVIN: Queensland researchers say rising carbon dioxide levels are causing worsening health effects for fish living on the Great Barrier Reef. A James Cook University study has found the changed water quality is affecting the eyesight of some reef fish. A conservation group says the findings are a further reminder of the extraordinary pressure being placed on the reef. Caitlyn Gribbin has more. CAITLYN GRIBBIN: The Great Barrier Reef is a case study for climate change and its impact.......

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