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Sealife 05/19/2022 Sea level rise, explained
Seas are predicted to rise a foot by 2050, regardless of how much global carbon emissions can be reduced. Why is this happening, and what can we do to adapt? Read more
Sealife 05/09/2022 The Gulf Stream continues to slow down
The United States and Europe’s weather is shaped by the Gulf Stream, which is continuing to slow down as more fresh water enters the current Read more
Sealife 02/11/2020 Earthquakes can make it harder for whales to find food, first-ever study says
In 2016, a major earthquake wiped out whole animal communities, sending impacts reverberating up the food chain. Earthquakes can disrupt sperm whales’ ability to hunt for up to a year, according to the first-ever study to look at the effects of the temblors on marine mammals. On November 14, 2016, … Read more
Sealife 11/28/2019 Comment l’eau est-elle arrivée sur notre planète ?
Planète bleue. Ce surnom, la Terre le doit aux 3 milliards de milliards de tonnes d’eau qui recouvrent 70 % de sa surface. Un réservoir dont l’origine est encore discutée. Read more
Sealife 10/14/2019 We’re Pulling Tuna Out Of The Ocean At Unprecedented And Unsustainable Rates
BY CLARE LESCHIN-HOARA new study finds that tuna harvests, including of some species considered Read more
Ocean Stories 09/14/2019 The street surfers of Johannesburg
A documentary reveals the story of two South Africans who ride the asphalt of Johannesburg to collect recyclables. Read more
Sealife 08/01/2019 5 Gyres, Sailor Scientists Fighting Plastic Pollution
Interview with 5 Gyres, Sailor Scientists Fighting Plastic Pollution Introducing 5 Gyres, a global science-to-solutions organization studying the plastic pollution in the ocean and holding the polluters accountable. Read more
Sealife 08/01/2019 I mobili Ikea nascono dalla plastica del Mediterraneo
I mobili Ikea nascono dalla plastica del Mediterraneo La nuova vita della plastica raccolta da 1500 pescatori spagnoli sulle coste del Mediterraneo Read more
Sealife 08/01/2019 Scientists are putting antibiotics into the ocean on purpose. And it’s our only hope.
Scientists are putting antibiotics into the ocean—on purpose. And it’s our only hope. A mysterious new coral epidemic is ravaging reefs across the Florida Keys. Antibiotics are just one part of a massive rescue operation with little time to spare. Read more