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Climate change could cause the Pacific’s low-oxygen zone, already the world’s largest, to grow by up to 8 million cubic kilometers by 2100, according to new research in AGU Advances.

Climate change could cause the Pacific’s low-oxygen zone, already the world’s largest, to grow by up to 8 million cubic kilometers by 2100, according to new research in AGU Advances. | Credit: Aylin Çobanoğlu on Unsplash

Climate change could cause the Pacific’s low-oxygen zone, already the world’s largest, to grow by up to 8 million cubic kilometers by 2100, according to new research in AGU Advances.

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