It’s easy to see why the industry and environmental groups have been so focused on plastic pollution.
The plastic that is being dumped into the ocean every day, which has become a global health crisis, has a wide array of toxic chemicals in it.
But what we don’t see is the impacts of those chemicals on the wildlife that eat and depend on these plants and animals.
It’s a little bit like the way people are not really aware that when they eat broccoli, that it’s broccoli.
It just tastes different.
What we don to know about how the ocean is affected by this pollution is a critical issue, but one that is underreported, according to scientists.
What you need to know About the polluting plastic That plastic is a byproduct of the production of plastics, which is used in the production, packaging, and transportation of everything from plastics to paints and textiles to food packaging.
And plastic is one of the main contributors to ocean acidification, a trend that has been documented for decades.
A recent report published by the World Resources Institute, a Washington-based advocacy group, looked at how ocean acidity affects the organisms that depend on fish and other marine life for their survival.
The report found that marine ecosystems are at risk because of overfishing, the destruction of coral reefs and other habitats by pollution, and climate change, which can cause higher temperatures, and the growth of algae that can eat away at coral and other reefs.
“The plastic pollution we’re seeing right now is a major threat to marine ecosystems worldwide,” said John Wiens, senior oceanographer with the World Resource Institute.
“There is a real need to take a comprehensive look at the problem of marine plastic pollution and how it impacts marine organisms and the ecosystems they live in.”
It’s not just fish and shellfish that are at the top of the list for ocean acidities.
Other species, like plankton and crustaceans, are also at risk.
The bottom of the food chain is also at the forefront of the issue.
Pollution from the ocean has been linked to a host of other health problems, including increased rates of obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and cancer.
While some plastics are already known to have negative effects on marine life, researchers say that there is still much work to be done before we can really understand what these impacts might be.
That’s why scientists are still trying to understand what chemicals are actually causing ocean acidify.
So far, researchers are focused on one chemical: nitrate.
It has been found in many types of plastics including plastic bottles and cans, but the problem is that it is not known to be harmful to marine life.
It is a compound known as nitrate and its most widely known form is nitrate nitrate, also known as N-nitroso compounds.
It reacts with oxygen and hydrogen to form nitrate oxide, which reacts with other compounds to form more toxic compounds.
But that chemical is also used in some kinds of plastics that are still in use today.
“If we can identify a particular compound that is contributing to acidification and its effects on the oceans, then we can determine how it can be regulated,” said Kevin M. Friesen, a marine chemist and director of the Institute for Sustainable and Environmental Research at the University of California, Davis.
“What we have seen is that, as far as we know, N-Nitroso is the most important component that is affecting the environment.
So, we are starting to develop a way of working out what the other chemicals are.”
What we know about the chemicals that are causing the ocean acidifying effects Scientists and environmental activists are focused more on nitrate because it is used to make nitrate fertilizers, which are used to fertilize the soil and plants in agricultural fields.
But other plastic compounds, like N-methylnitrosamine (N-MNT), are also implicated in acidifying the oceans.
Nitrate fertilizer is used for all kinds of agricultural applications, including crops and vegetables.
Nitrite fertilizers are used for building structures like dams and levees, as well as for building and maintaining the coastal infrastructure of many cities and countries around the world.
N-M-nitrosamines are known to increase the acidity of the oceans as they decompose in the ocean.
These compounds are used in so many industrial processes, from fertilizers to cement to plastic.
NNTs have been linked in the past to acidifying marine ecosystems and the animals that rely on them.
NNTRs have also been linked with increasing rates of childhood obesity and Type 2 diabetes.
While the cause of NNT’s impact on marine ecosystems is still unclear, the chemicals are being used for industrial purposes.
And research is continuing to determine the impact of N-NNTs on the ocean and its ecosystems.
What is N-NOx?
N-NNT is a chemical compound that has