We know that the biodiversity of the world is being threatened and that much of the cause can be attributed to human activity. One of the hardest ecosystems to manage is the marine environment. Learn the problems at hand and how you can help solve them.
All About the Oceans
Everything about the world’s oceans including their importance to life on earth, marine mammals, endangered species that inhabit the ocans, biodiversity of sea life, threats facing the ocean, ocean pollution, over fishing, depleted fisheries, energy and plant life from the ocean, and much more.
A hurricane underwater is the perfect description of the ocean gyre. The gyre is a spinning whirlpool of water in the ocean that traps waste, pollution and changes the worlds temperature as we know it.
A new case brought before the US Supreme Court could decide the fate of whales and dolphins impacted by sonar as well as determine whether the military is accountable to the rulings of the court.
The tides have existed for as long as Earth’s oceans have existed, weathering rocks and sheltering life. These same tides have also been used by humans to provide electrical power and accomplish work. Find out how tides work and how they are being used to help solve our long-term energy issues.
Tidal power is being billed as a safe, clean, environmentally friendly alternative to fossil fuels, but there are different kinds of tidal power. Find out how each one interacts with the natural world and what the benefits and drawbacks are.
In drought ridden areas, bringing water to fields of life sustaining foods can be impossible. What if science could create a water source potable for plants and rooted in the ocean?
Satellite images show that Arctic ice is melting at a much faster rate than previously predicted. Scientist’s are estimating that Arctic ice could be gone in as little as ten years. What does this mean for the planet?