The ocean can absorb some carbon dioxide. It is not an efficient means of carbon sequestration, and if the carbon content of the ocean rises enough, it will become acidic; meaning most marine life will die off because of the conditions. This is the same sort of effect as acid rain, the rain absorbs carbon dioxide in the air and mixes with nitrogen and sulfur particulates and can cause acid rain.
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