NEWPORT BEACH, CA, April 30, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The oceanic concentration of CO2 is rising at increasing rate. Since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution the release of atmospheric concentration of carbon dioxide has been absorbed approximately 525 billion tons and moreover urban runoff, agricultural manufacturing runoff, and raw sewage add to the tons of CO2 pollution in the ocean at an alarming rate. With the absorption of this CO2 it has lowered the seawater PH which plays and important role for several marine organisms as, corals, marine plankton, and shellfish. This type of pollution is commonly referred as "ocean acidification". In the event the PH level drops too low the living organisms will decease and eventually lead to the ultimate collapse of the ocean.
Leng Sy of EcoSystem Aquarium an aquarium equipment manufacturing facility located in Laguna Hills first noticed this detrimental problem in 1989 and has been studying the causes and effects of oceanic concentration for over 10 years and 52,000 labor hours. Leng explains, "the CO2 emitted by the ocean is caused by the overwhelmingly rate of algae in the ocean, which during day time is an eco-benefit, but during the night hours reverses admission levels, causing a substantial amount of carbon." To rectify the challenge Leng designed a small proprietary, "closed looped" aquarium, complete with a revolutionary filtration system that people can easily learn first-hand how this challenge can be solved. The idea of the "closed looped aquarium" is to help people understand in a confined space the pollutions of over feeding an organism is similar to the acidic ocean pollutions and even though outliers are controlled basic principles still applies. Moreover, the filtration system took 6 years to develop, with a beginning cost of a one million dollar budget and has turned into a super agenda.
To help educate the public and bring awareness to the increasing oceanic concentration problem Leng and Micah Tatum of Cervo Media Group Inc. closed a five year contract to join together on this public initiative and project knowledge to the communities about how and why bringing clean food and water to our shores are with the greatest importance. Cervo Media Group a major media firm intends on pushing the initiative to local education institutions, politicians, and big corporations. Additionally, Cervo is seeking companies like themselves who want to get involved and invest either monetary or researchable contributions.
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