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Fabricius et al. have published an article based on monitoring two locations on the Great Barrier Reef daily over 10 years (2009-2019).

Figure 5 includes a graph of the pH levels over the decade. The slope is -0.0015/year. Over the same period carbon dioxide levels increased 2ppm/year. This would indicate a pH decrease at the Great Barrier Reef of 0.15 units per century.

Progressive seawater acidification on the Great Barrier Reef continental shelf
www.nature.com/articles/s41598-020-75293-1

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