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Ocean Conservation

Bluefin tuna is one of the largest fastest, and longest-lived migratory marine species in the world. These qualities have prompted researchers to study how various species of Bluefin tuna can be used as local
Trillions of black, misshapen nuggets called polymetallic nodules line the ocean floor. They formed through a complex biochemical process and are essentially a blend of nickel, cobalt, manganese, and other rare earth metals.These nuggets
Nova Scotia is exploring a pilot project to improve the health of the ocean and provide a more sustainable form of food production referred to as restorative or regenerative aquaculture. This multi-year study observes
The Great Barrier Reef’s widest coral, nicknamed Muga dhambi or “big coral” in the local indigenous language, has survived upwards of 430 years and 99+ widespread bleaching events. “ Knowing that these things [like
Metaphors are language devises we use to create a picture that explains something by referring to something else. For example, the phrase “an ocean of ideas,” uses the word “ocean,” with the hope that

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