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Acidified seawater increases accumulation of cobalt but not cesium in manila clam Ruditapes philippinarum

Highlights • Co accumulation in clam Ruditapes philippinarum might double due to ocean acidification. • The highest CF of cobalt was observed in acidified seawater (pH:7.5). • The longest Tb1/2 of cobalt was seen in moderately acidified seawater (pH:7.8). • Cs uptake in clam Ruditapes philippinarum is not affected by increased pCO2. Abstract The pH of seawater around the world is […
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