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Maug’s Caldera: A Natural Laboratory

  • Aired: 06/27/2016
  • 26:43
  • Rating: NR
In the remote Pacific, the Maug Islands rise out of the sea. Formed by an ancient volcano, shallow hydrothermal vents are found close to corals here. These vents emit levels of CO2 that can be expected in the world’s oceans by the end of the century, making these waters a natural lab for scientists studying the impacts of ocean acidification on coral reefs. A coproduction with Open Boat Films.
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The Maug Islands are a natural laboratory for scientists studying ocean acidification.
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Major funding for this program was provided by the Batchelor Foundation, encouraging people to preserve and protect America’s underwater resources. Additional funding was provided by Diver’s Direct/Emocean Sports, inspiring the pursuit of adventure and water sports; In Memory of Harriet Fagan, the Do Unto Others Trust, and The William J. McKeehan Foundation.
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