This week Neptune 911 will present ways and means to learn more about the ocean and ways to help our oceans in preparation for the upcoming World Oceans Day, June 8, 2013. Stanford University’s Hopkin’s Marine Station offers Inquiry-2-Insight project… Read More ›
From Reuters, Published: November 26 The shells of some marine snails are dissolving as the seas around Antarctica become more acidic, threatening the food chain, according to a study published in the journal Nature Geoscience. Oceans soak up about a quarter… Read More ›
“Pakistan, Thailand, the Philippines, Iran, and China are among the top 50 nations whose food security may be threatened by the effects that the rise of manmade carbon-dioxide (CO2) gas emissions are already starting to have on fish and shellfish,… Read More ›
Our seas seem endless and invulnerable to intrusion. And the ocean wins when we go against its tide. But like a strong woman with endless energy and strength, abuse takes its toll and the once-strong woman becomes a victim that can no longer fight and survive on her own.