Station Aloha

Item

Title

Station Aloha

Description

Ocean acidification is the process in which high concentrations of atmospheric carbon dioxide are deposited into oceans, altering the water's chemical makeup. Carbonic acid, free hydrogen ions, and bicarbonate molecules are direct byproducts which offset and degrade the health of ocean climates. Second degree effects include increased water temperatures, calcification impedance, and coral degradation. While these are universal products, they significantly affect coastal cities such as Honolulu, which heavily depend on marine habitats for economic, social, and environmental stability. Each art piece accompanies a concept associated with ocean acidification and perpetuates the notion that awareness and action must be generated - Hope you enjoy!

Type

Artwork

Subject

ESPM 50 Creative Projects

Creator

Romulo, Katrina
Winner, Sam

Publisher/Uploader

ESPM 50

Upload Date/Date Issued

2019-05-07T01:06:46Z

Content License

Unknown

Identifier

17FA_658C3A50

Medium

Photoshop and illustrator on paper

Extent

22 x 36 x 0