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Ocean Conservation

Scientists have forever estimated that a large sum of Earth’s primary productivity happens in the ocean. However, scattered measurements could not provide an dependable estimate for the ocean. Now, data collected by these robotic
As study conducted by 26 international organizations has published the most comprehensive assessment of highly productive and diverse marine areas to date. The report identifies and maps the areas in need of conservation. Countries
Yesterday, the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released its latest report on the state of global climate crisis. Bloomberg Green has compiled “Five Key Takeaways From the Latest IPCC Report on Climate
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration partnered with the Marine Institute and NUI Galway in an international effort to determine the effectiveness of satellite technology for tracking algal blooms. The technology has been used
A team of scientists out of Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences examined phytoplankton to understand how nutrient levels in the ocean shape marine processes and the carbon cycle. The researchers used “flow cytometry,” a

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