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Acoustics in Oceanography
Science & Tech  (tags: research, oceans, Mexico, marine reserves, Scripps Institute of Oceanography, acoustics )

Anne
- 176 days ago - eurekalert.org
hydroacoustics as a method for comparing the abundance of fishes within and outside marine reserves. A way to measure the effects (which have been beneficial - fishing flourishes outside the reserves) Shows Mexico's success
Does Pluto Have An Ocean Hiding Beneath Its Surface?
Science & Tech  (tags: world, research, science, oceans, habitat, environment, space, study, nasa, news, investigation, astronomy )

O O
- 752 days ago - gizmag.com
Brown University says that data returned in 2015 by NASA's unmanned New Horizons deep-space probe indicates that the dwarf planet may have a subsurface ocean similar to those suspected to exist on some moons of Jupiter and may be responsible for the
In Half Earth, E.O. Wilson Calls for a Grand Retreat
Science & Tech  (tags: Biodiversity, environment, forests, health, oceans )

Julie
- 842 days ago - nytimes.com
To save biodiversity, Dr. Wilson suggests that humans set aside roughly 50 percent of the planet as a sort of permanent preserve, undisturbed by man.
Boyan Slat's High School Project Raises Millions to Clean Up World's Oceans!
Science & Tech  (tags: Boyan Slat, 2016, Theory, Oceans, Plastic, Clean, science, NewTechnology, discovery, news, habitat, health, history, AnimalWelfare, animalrights, conservation, ethics, protection, goodnews )

Mari
- 893 days ago - smh.com.au
CAN THIS DEVICE SAVE OUR OCEANS? What began as a Dutch teen's high school project could make history, with Boyan Slat's low-cost, innovative Ocean Cleanup project aiming to clear the ocean of millions of tons of plastic.
Research Uncovers How Some Coral Can Survive Annual Bleaching Events
Science & Tech  (tags: climate change, coral bleaching, coral reefs, environment, oceans, science )

Julie
- 959 days ago - news.uwa.edu.au
A study has found that coral with high levels of fat or other energy reserves can withstand the impact of annual coral bleaching events, compared to coral with lower levels of fat reserves.
Healthy, Clean, Safe, Fair & Affordable Water for Everyone!
Science & Tech  (tags: ethics, society, humans, water, conservation, protection, weather, oceans, ecosystems, technology )

Julie
- 962 days ago - sierra.force.com
Healthy, clean, safe, fair & affordable water for everyone!
Blob of Cold Water in North Atlantic Has Scientists Worried
Science & Tech  (tags: climate change, glaciers, oceans, science )

Julie
- 1025 days ago - theweathernetwork.com
An area south of Greenland and Iceland has been seeing the coldest temperatures in recorded history. Scientists believe cold water from melting glaciers is causing a massive ocean current to weaken.
NASA Says Three Feet of Sea Level Rise Is Unavoidable
Science & Tech  (tags: climate, climate-change, climatechange, destruction, ecosystems, environment, globalwarming, globalwarming, habitat, habitatdestruction, nature, oceans, world, water, weather, research, climate, environment )

ELIZABETH
- 1050 days ago - takepart.com
Scientists say coastal cities around the world are all but certain to face catastrophic flooding in the coming decades.
SCIENTISTS AGAINST GMOS
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, conservation, destruction, ecosystems, environment, forests, habitat, government, GoodNews, oceans, politics, pollution, healthconditions, humans, healthconditions, habitatdestruction, science, research, Sustainabililty, world, wildlife, nat )

Leopold
- 1066 days ago - organiclifestylemagazine.com
Biotechnology has long tried to paint the critics of genetic engineering as anti-science. A great effort has been made to convince the public that the majority of worldâEUR(TM)s scientists support genetic engineering. In reality, GMOs are heavily criticized in
20-Year-Old To Launch World's First Ocean Cleaning System In 2016
Science & Tech  (tags: science, oceans, plastic, plastic pollution, pollution, NewTechnology, environment, technology, garbage patch )

Michael
- 1140 days ago - iflscience.com
An estimated 300 million tons of plastic are produced and thrown away every year. Given that the stuff doesn't break down easily over time, this is extremely bad news for the environments in which it accumulates.
Stop Illegal and Unsustainable Overfishing
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, conservation, destruction, ecosystems, endangered, environment, habitatdestruction, healthconditions, healthconditions, nature, oceans, politics, pollution, protection, Sustainabililty, wildlife, world, abuse, crime, dishonesty, ethics, health, l )

Marco
- 1143 days ago - animalpetitions.org
Chinese companies are fishing illegally in West African waters, according to a study recently released by Greenpeace. According to the report, the number of Chinese fishing boats in African waters has risen dramatically in past decades, with nearly ...
Bizarre New Virus Discovered Beneath The Ocean Floor
Science & Tech  (tags: science, virus, medicine, news, study, research, oceans, discovery, environment )

Michael
- 1201 days ago - iflscience.com
They may seem inhospitable to us, but organisms manage to find ways to survive and even thrive in Earth's most extreme environments.
Jupiter's Moon Ganymede Has a Salty Ocean With More Water Than Earth
Science & Tech  (tags: Ganymede, Jupiter, solar system, space exploration, water, oceans )

Freya
- 1222 days ago - space.com
A salty ocean is lurking beneath the surface of Jupiter's largest moon, Ganymede, scientists using the Hubble Space Telescope have found.
Primitive Ocean on Mars Held More Water Than Earth's Arctic Ocean: NASA
Science & Tech  (tags: research, science, astronomy, space, study, Mars, oceans, discovery, nasa, water )

Michael
- 1227 days ago - cbc.ca
New research by NASA suggests that a vast ocean may have existed on Mars billions of years ago, containing more water than the Earth's Arctic Ocean does today.
EarthâEUR(TM)s Water May Have Come From Comets, Asteroids or Something Else Entirely
Science & Tech  (tags: world, study, space, society, science, research, investigation, interesting, humans, environment, discovery, Earth, water, comets, asteroids, origin, oceans, solar system )

Darren
- 1242 days ago - scientificamerican.com
To discover the origin of the oceans, scientists are investigating our solar systemâEUR(TM)s farthest reaches and earliest moments [Preview Article, more links at site]
 

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