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Biodiversity

“We all know that trees fight climate change by breathing in carbon dioxide and breathing out oxygen. But what about the ocean and coastal ecosystems — how do they impact the climate crisis?” Listen/read
In a new report published by American Journal Public Health, a team of researchers have argued that ocean health is “intricately linked” to human health. The authors demonstrate that restoring the health of oceans
Ocean life helps produce clouds, but existing clouds keep new ones at bay. Ocean plankton breathe about 20 million tons of sulfur into the air every year. Chemical reactions can take place to result
The eruption of a volcano on La Palma in the Canary Islands killed everything in sight on land and near the ocean. However, unlike on land, where lava lays lifeless for decades, research shows
A team of biologists from NOAA are following 73 Southern Resident killer whales off the coast of Washington state to observe the animals’ health data in real time. This approach combines objective and subjective

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