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Five Ways to Show Your Love for the Ocean. » Oceans Initiative - Science for the Sea Whale you be my Valentine? I dolphinately will! Illustration by Leafeon via Quid Pro Quo on Tumblr Five Ways to Show Your Love for the Ocean. » Oceans Initiative - Science for the Sea
Protists | Plankton Chronicles Protists | Plankton Chronicles Mixed radiolarians Photo : N. Sardet These single-celled organisms barely visible to the naked eye are abundant in the Bay of Villefranche sur Mer. Here you see 3 species of radiolarians: Aulacantha scolymantha, Thalassicola pellucida and Thalassolampe Margarodes.
The ocean floor is like a rainforest where feces and dead animals rain from the sky
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Protecting the Arctic Ocean, with Ted Danson & Oceana
Ted Danson's 'Oceana' Nominated for Books for a Better Life Award | The Beacon: Oceana's Blog Ted Danson's 'Oceana' Nominated for Books for a Better Life Award Posted Fri, Oct 28, 2011 by Meghan Bartels to oceana, oceana: our endangered oceans and what you can do to save them, ted danson Exciting news from the book world! Ted Danson's 'Oceana' Nominated for Books for a Better Life Award | The Beacon: Oceana's Blog
Plastic Oceans What a wasteIn 2010, 300 million tonnes of plastic will be made– about half of this will be used just once then thrown away. The Environmental ImpactAnnually approximately 500 billion plastic bags are used worldwide. More than one million bags are used every minute. Plastic Oceans
Great Pacific Garbage Patch
Plastic Oceans Promotional Trailer - Full Length on Vimeo
The Great Pacific Garbage Patch - storify.com
NOAA National Marine Sanctuaries: Oceans, Marine Life, Shipwrecks, Diving, Whales, Voyage to Discovery
NOAA Marine Debris Program - Welcome
Estimation of debris path created with OSCURS model. The colors are years after the tsunami. Click through for more information. Japanese tsunami debris link roundup Japanese tsunami debris link roundup
Tracking marine debris from Japanese tsunami Video: Tsunami Aftermath: Marine Debris | Download: 1280 x 720 (70 MB) Ongoing efforts to update and refine computer models with wind speed and ocean current data is leading to a better understanding of how fast tsunami-generated debris may travel across the Pacific. Visit NOAA's Marine Debris Program for the latest information and modeling maps. Tracking marine debris from Japanese tsunami
Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary Nancy Foster 2011 Research Cruise Coral Connections in the Gulf August 21-September 2, 2011 aboard the NOAA Ship Nancy Foster Background This 14-day mission was designed to gather key baseline data on the fish populations and benthic (or seafloor) communities of Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary. The sanctuary provides habitat for many important commercial and recreational fish species, as well as ecologically important sea floor habitats, like coral reefs. Gathering this information is critical to understanding the ecology of the sanctuary and managing the marine resources contained within it. Scientists will use a combination of several data collection methods to paint a better picture of the condition of the sanctuary’s ecosystems. These include: Scuba diving: Diving takes the goggles underwater and places trained scientists into a variety of marine systems to identify, count, collect, measure and observe all aspects of the study area. Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary Nancy Foster 2011 Research Cruise
The Sant Ocean Hall - Join Us! The Sant Ocean Hall Programs at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History The Sant Ocean Hall - Join Us! The Sant Ocean Hall Programs at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History The ocean is the defining feature of our planet. It supports life in all its myriad forms, from the tiniest microbes to the largest animals to have ever inhabited the earth. The Smithsonian's Sant Ocean Hall and ocean education programs will take you on a journey through the ocean, from ancient seas to living reefs. You will learn about the history of man's relationship with the ocean – and the ways in which we are affecting it today.
Online Ocean Donor Wall, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution
Eutrophication and Hypoxia
Plongée : DivoSea, portail de la plongée – infos et actus, test matériel plongée, voyage plongée
Only 29 percent of the world surface is land. The rest is ocean, home to the marine lifeforms. The oceans average nearly four kilometres in depth and are fringed with coastlines that run for 360,000 kilometres.[1][2] A large proportion of all life on Earth exists in the ocean. Marine biology Marine biology
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Blue Planet Film Fest 2010 - 2011
Ocean Cities - New Earth - the holdfast

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Coral Reef Adventure
email us Call us Community-based aquaculture in the Western Indian Ocean region: towards a sustainable future for coastal ... Marine conservation expeditions & volunteer diving expeditions,
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OceanDoctor
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MarineBio.org - Marine Biology, Ocean Life Conservation, Sea creatures, Biodiversity, Oceans research... Orcas (formerly known as killer whales), Orcinus orca, are actually dolphins. They are the largest of the dolphin family (Family Delphinidae with about 32 species, including the dolphins, pygmy killer whales, Feresa attenuata, and false killer whales, Pseudorca crassiddens). Next to humans, orca are the most widely distributed mammal. Orca inhabit all oceans of the world but are most numerous in the Arctic, the Antarctic and areas in nutrient-rich cold water upwellings. They have been sighted along the shores of Washington, Oregon, California, Baja California, and along the eastern coast of the United States. More...
Hugh's Fish Fight - Half of all fish caught in the North Sea is thrown back overboard dead
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