Shallin Busch takes a breather out on the pier at the NOAA facilites just north of the ferry terminal in Mukilteo. Busch conducts research on ocean acidification affects on marine species, including the Dungeness crab. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Shallin Busch takes a breather out on the pier at the NOAA facilites just north of the ferry terminal in Mukilteo. Busch conducts research on ocean acidification affects on marine species, including the Dungeness crab. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Mukilteo scientist tries to discover why C02 is hurting oceans

Dungeness crabs are Shallin Busch’s lab rats in her research of ocean acidification.

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