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Letter to Rex Tillerson 13-02-11

Letter to Rex Tillerson 13-02-11

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Re: Ocean acidity and fisheries collapse - Dear Mr. Tillerson, You must read the attached paper. Following is the abstract and pertinent accreditation. The impending collapse of ocean fisheries must be part of the discussion of the impacts of anthropogenic CO2 emissions -- along with drought, famine, water wars, severe weather, and sea level rise -- with respect to the social and economic chaos that will come with continued expansion of the carbon-based energy and burning of fossil fuels.

Re: Ocean acidity and fisheries collapse - Dear Mr. Tillerson, You must read the attached paper. Following is the abstract and pertinent accreditation. The impending collapse of ocean fisheries must be part of the discussion of the impacts of anthropogenic CO2 emissions -- along with drought, famine, water wars, severe weather, and sea level rise -- with respect to the social and economic chaos that will come with continued expansion of the carbon-based energy and burning of fossil fuels.

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Douglas A. GrandtP. O. Box 1582El Dorado, CA 95623February 11, 2013Mr. Rex W. TillersonExxon Mobil Corporation5959 Las Colinas Blvd.Irving, Texas 75039 Re: Ocean acidity and fisheries collapseDear Mr. Tillerson,
You must read the attached paper. Following is the abstract and pertinent accreditation.
The impending collapse of ocean fisheries must be part of the discussion of the impacts of anthropogenic CO2 emissions 
-- along with drought, famine, water wars, severeweather, and sea level rise -- with respect to the
social and economic chaos 
that willcome with continued expansion of the carbon-based energy and burning of fossil fuels.
Anticipating ocean acidification’s economic consequencesfor commercial fisheries
Sarah R Cooley
1
and Scott C Doney |
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution,Woods Hole, MA 02543, USA E-mail:
scooley@whoi.edu
Received 14 January 2009Accepted for publication 8 May 2009 Published 1 June 2009Online at
stacks.iop.org/ERL/4/024007
Abstract
Ocean acidification, a consequence of rising anthropogenic CO2emissions, is poised to change marine ecosystems profoundly byincreasing dissolved CO2and decreasing ocean pH, carbonate ionconcentration, and calcium carbonate mineral saturation stateworldwide.
 
These conditions hinder growth of calcium carbonate shells and skeletons by many marine plants and animals.
 

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