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During my six years with UNESCO’s World Heritage Marine Programme, I have had the privilege of visiting some of the world’s most beloved ocean places, including Gulf of California,...
This engineer has a wild plan to save coral reefs from climate change
-Popular Science - Tue Jul 25 08:20:32 EDT 2017
Other researchers are working to develop floating wave energy converters that can harness power from ocean waves. This means “you get continuous free, clean power in the middle of ...
Australia to expand commercial fishing in marine sanctuaries
-New Scientist - Tue Jul 25 02:10:16 EDT 2017
By Alice Klein Draft guidelines released on Friday propose increasing the total proportion of Australia’s marine reserves permitting commercial fishing from 64 to 80 per cent. If e...
Take a VR trip with Google Expeditions all by yourself
-Engadget - Wed Jul 19 11:17:59 EDT 2017
Previously, Google Expeditions allowed teachers to guide their students through a tour as they viewed it on phones enclosed in Google's Cardboard viewers. Now, with Self-Guided Exp...
Researchers make progress in fish cryopreservation
-Post Bulletin - Mon Jul 24 05:49:44 EDT 2017
MINNEAPOLIS — Researchers at the University of Minnesota have made a breakthrough in the cryopreservation of fish, which could help preserve species and repopulate the ocean. The k...
Oil-exposed fish make dangerous decisions, study finds
-BBC News - Tue Jul 18 20:09:31 EDT 2017
Small amounts of oil can cause coral reef fish to engage in risky behaviours, according to a new study. Researchers liken the responses of oil-exposed fish to being intoxicated, an...
Bringing the Plight of Coral Reefs to Our Screens
-Inside Science - Wed Jul 19 08:09:55 EDT 2017
(Inside Science) -- Reports of the Great Barrier Reef’s death have been greatly exaggerated. But if current climate trends continue, scientists say, by midcentury the giant living ...
It's not your imagination: 2017 has been abnormally hot so far
-Popular Science - Wed Jul 19 05:10:23 EDT 2017
The year's warmth is just another piece of evidence supporting what climate scientists have said for over a decade. Put simply, the climate has lost its chill. Due to human behavio...
Google Expeditions App Now Supports Solo Trips
-PC Magazine - Wed Jul 19 14:05:32 EDT 2017
Google is making its Expeditions virtual field trip app a lot more accessible by adding a solo mode to Expeditions for Android. Now anyone can visit the Taj Mahal, Machu Picchu, th...
Minnesota researchers make progress in fish cryopreservation
-Post Bulletin - Sun Jul 23 08:09:36 EDT 2017
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Researchers at the University of Minnesota have made a breakthrough in the cryopreservation of fish, which could help preserve species and repopulate the ocean. ...
Modern Humans In Australia Lived Alongside Its Unique Megafauna 65,000 Years, Study Says
-International Business Times - Thu Jul 20 05:07:55 EDT 2017
A study published Wednesday in the journal Nature suggests ancestors of Australian Aborigines coexisted with gargantuan Australian animals like giant wombats and wallabies, setting...
Teen Inspires Law Requiring Solar Panels on New South Miami Houses
-Mental Floss - Tue Jul 25 08:07:18 EDT 2017
Invasive fish can be a major issue for waterways, since they can devastate native species and take a toll on environmental diversity. The red shiner, for instance, is a hardy fish ...
Here's How to Make Batteries That Last (Almost) Forever
-Science Alert - Tue Jul 25 23:30:43 EDT 2017
When a battery runs low it usually needs to be manually recharged, but new approaches are being developed to help this energy source last indefinitely. Self-sustaining batteries ar...
Google Maps adds the International Space Station
-BBC News - Thu Jul 20 08:10:44 EDT 2017
The International Space Station has become the first "off planet" addition to Google Maps' Street View facility. Astronauts helped capture 360-degree panoramas of the insides of th...
Australian government to roll back marine protections
-Science Magazine - Mon Jul 24 14:10:22 EDT 2017
Fishing camps in western Australia’s Houtman Abrolhos Islands. Controversial new marine reserve plan seeks to balance habitat protection with sustainable fishing.  TOWNSVILLE,...
A Shark Week Win-Win: Good Sunglasses That Do Good
-Forbes - Mon Jul 24 20:03:48 EDT 2017
Wildly popular Shark Week just started on Discovery Channel for the 29th straight year. In that time, it has greatly helped raise public awareness and interest in sharks and relate...
An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power review — Metro US
-Metro.us - Tue Jul 25 11:02:45 EDT 2017
‘An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power’ Directors: Bonni Cohen, Jon Shenk Genre: Documentary Rating: NR 3 (out of 5) Globes “An Inconvenient Sequel” will make you long for more Po...
By Environment Correspondent Alister Doyle OSLO (Reuters) - Scientists are sucking carbon dioxide from the air with giant fans and preparing to release chemicals from a balloon to ...
Scientists dim sunlight, suck up carbon dioxide to cool planet
-Reuters - Tue Jul 25 23:09:39 EDT 2017
OSLO (Reuters) - Scientists are sucking carbon dioxide from the air with giant fans and preparing to release chemicals from a balloon to dim the sun's rays as part of a climate eng...
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