Seth Borenstein reports for Associated Press: WASHINGTON (AP) — Greenhouse gases are making the world’s oceans hot, sour and breathless, and the way those changes work together is creating a grimmer outlook for global waters, according to a new… Read More ›
Environmental Water Woes
But if current trends continue, the unthinkable could happen: the Great Barrier Reef could die.
From the News Observer RALEIGH — Fish in one of North Carolina’s largest watersheds are more polluted by an industrial contaminant than previously reported, and state health officials have failed to expand warnings against eating PCB-contaminated fish, according to… Read More ›
From National Geographic, April 11, 2013 Editor’s Note: Most highlights by N911 staff The dead sea otters arrived at Melissa Miller’s Santa Cruz, California, lab with bright-yellow eyes and gums, their livers destroyed. One by one, Miller, a marine-wildlife veterinarian,… Read More ›
From the Christian Science Monitor April 10, 2013 Highlighting by Neptune911 editorial staff California’s sea lions, usually celebrated for their entertaining, prankster ways and doglike barks, are making very different headlines right now. Young pups are washing up dehydrated… Read More ›