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Rising Acidity in Pacific Ocean Means Problems for Shellfish Hatchery

Recent studies have shown the Pacific Ocean is getting much more acidic. Those changes to the pH balance are happening at an alarming rate. We were joined by Rob Saunders for more on this story. He's the CEO of Island Scallops in Qualicum Beach. His business has been affected by the change in the ocean's acidity.
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