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Unformatted text preview: h a Regression Line (&lt; ) 2 of 10 Review Correct Part J - Evaluating a hypothesis &lt;1of2 (&gt; Consider the hypothesis that increased atmospheric concentrations of CO2 will slow the growth of coral reefs, as the series of reactions in Figure 2 suggest. Do the results of the Biosphere 2 experiment support that hypothesis? Why or why not? No; more atmospheric CO2 dissolving into the oceans causes a decrease in the amount of CO3 - in seawater, leading to a higher rate of calcification and faster reef growth. Yes; more CO2 dissolving into the oceans causes an increase in the amount of CO3 -&quot; in seawater, leading to a lower rate of calcification and slower reef growth. No; more atmospheric CO2 dissolving into the oceans causes an increase in the amount of CO3 -&quot; in seawater, leading to a higher rate of calcification and faster reef growth. Yes; more CO, dissolving into the oceans causes a decrease in the amount of CO - in seawater, leading to a lower rate of calcification 280 and slower reef growth. water Review the figure. Will the carbonate ion con ation in seawater increase or decrease if more CO2 dissolves in the ocean? aturation state on No credit lost. Try again. Biogeochemical Cycles Submit Previous Answers Request Answer Provide Feedback Next &gt; DELL AD K 5 6 backs y U h K b n m...
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