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Climate Science Is ‘Beyond Argument’

Beset by pollution, overfishing and often uncontrolled exploitation, the world’s high seas are also under mounting pressure from climate change, a panel of international leaders says.

Posted on Mar 17, 2014 READ MORE



Cold and Warm Polar Water Mixing Slows

The process that sends cold surface Antarctic water to the warmer depths—redistributing heat and storing carbon—is now faltering, scientists say, because of climate change.

Posted on Mar 6, 2014 READ MORE



Cat Litter Killer in Whales of the North

The warming of the Arctic is thought by scientists to be responsible for the emergence there of two parasites that seek out marine mammals.

Posted on Feb 15, 2014 READ MORE



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U.K. Waters Grow Cooler and More Acidic

More fish accustomed to life in warm water are now being caught in British waters, while catches of some cold-water species have fallen by half.

Posted on Nov 30, 2013 READ MORE



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Deep Ocean Offers Hints of Warming

Thousands of meters below the surface of the Pacific, scientists think they have picked up signs of climate change on the deep ocean floor.

Posted on Nov 29, 2013 READ MORE



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Deep Oceans May Be Storing Heat

New research supports the theory that the deep ocean may be storing much of the heat climate scientists had expected to find in the atmosphere.

Posted on Nov 24, 2013 READ MORE



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Warmer Seas May Increase Mercury in Fish

The marine food chain has another threat as warming waters lead to increased uptake of mercury pollution by some species of fish.

Posted on Oct 6, 2013 READ MORE



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Ocean Warming Narrows Climate Options

The scientists have done their job; now is the time for politicians to lead, and everyone to act.

Posted on Sep 29, 2013 READ MORE



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Tiny Plankton May Have Perilous Impact

As the oceans become more acidic because of rising carbon dioxide levels, smaller plankton will thrive at the expense of larger species, with potentially dangerous effects.

Posted on Sep 23, 2013 READ MORE



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Rising CO2 ‘Could Devastate Seas’

Scientists say the world’s marine species are liable to face 100,000 years of change unless greenhouse gas emissions are radically reduced.

Posted on Aug 29, 2013 READ MORE



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Ocean Iron Study Means Climate Rethink

New research shows that scientists’ earlier estimates of how much iron was dissolving into seawater off the world’s coastlines may have been wide of the mark.

Posted on Jul 20, 2013 READ MORE



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Sea Levels ‘Are Set for Continuing Rise’

Predictions of global temperature increase by the end of this century suggest that sea levels could rise by more than 2 meters, much higher than scientists had thought.

Posted on Jul 16, 2013 READ MORE



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Corals Face Extinction by 2100

New research suggests that by 2100 there will be no seawater left with the chemical properties that have supported coral reef growth in the past.

Posted on Jul 12, 2013 READ MORE



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Plan to Salt the Oceans Gets Thumbs Down

One proposed method of counteracting greenhouse gas emissions—fertilizing the oceans with algae-nurturing iron—would be hugely expensive, requiring a new industry to match the size of the global coal-mining sector, a study says.

Posted on Jan 22, 2013 READ MORE



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Life Is Sacred

The giddy, money-drenched, choreographed carnival in Tampa and the one coming up in Charlotte divert us from the real world—the one steadily collapsing around us.

Posted on Sep 3, 2012 READ MORE



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The Prince of Tides

Hoping to become the “Saudi Arabia of tidal energy,” the Scottish government is offering 10 million pounds to spur innovation in wave power. Some say the incentive is unnecessary, since private companies are already racing to figure out the best way to generate electricity from the ocean.

Posted on Mar 23, 2010 READ MORE


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