What is the role of climate change in exacerbating coastal acidification?

Climate change can exacerbate coastal acidification through increased carbon dioxide concentrations and nutrient pollution in coastal waters. Coastal acidification poses risks to marine life, including shellfish, coral reefs, and other marine organisms. Addressing climate change and implementing measures to reduce nutrient pollution are crucial for mitigating coastal acidification and preserving coastal ecosystems.

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