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Ocean Circulation May Have Released CO2 at End of Ice Ages

At the end of each ice age, the ocean exhales carbon dioxide. Scientists believe this explains the difference in atmospheric CO2 concentrations between ice ages, which have lower concentrations of carbon dioxide, and warmer, more CO2-saturated periods like the one … Continue reading

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Oceans continue to warm

When discussing global warming, the public eye is mostly directed to global average surface air temperatures, but that’s just one slice of the climate pie. If you haven’t noticed, the ocean is awfully big, and it holds a great deal more … Continue reading

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Plastic-Filled Albatrosses

The birds, which normally feed on squid and other animals that swim near the surface of the water at night, have instead been accidentally swallowing pieces of floating plastic that now litter the world’s oceans. The birds then return to … Continue reading

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Global Climate Change Indicators

Many lines of scientific evidence show the Earth’s climate is changing. This page presents the latest information from several independent measures of observed climate change that illustrate an overwhelmingly compelling story of a planet that is undergoing global warming. It … Continue reading

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Top 10 Unusual Sharks

When someone says the word “SHARK” most people think of a massive, grey, toothy, underwater animal; basically they are imagining a Great White. In fact sharks come in all shapes, sizes and even colours! That’s why we’ve made a top … Continue reading

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Le Septième Continent

Voici une petite idée sur la destination des déchets divers de notre société moderne. Ces derniers vont au plus bas de notre belle planète, c’est à dire vers les océans. Il y a ceux qui coulent, polluent et détruisent la … Continue reading

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Coral Ecosystems

Coral Reefs are usually called the “rainforest of the sea” because of the extreme high biodiversity found in their habitat. Their significance is well known but this ecosystem is still threatened all around the world. Clic on the picture to … Continue reading

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