A Message From World Oceans Day. org: June 8, 2012 is World Oceans Day, a day when people around the globe come together to celebrate our ocean and take action to protect it. And with good cause! The ocean not… Read More ›
Pesticides in Water
Six years after the Yangtze river dolphin (Lipotes vexillifer), or baiji, was declared “functionally extinct” by scientists, another marine mammal appears on the edge of extinction in China’s hugely degraded Yangtze River. In less than two months, 32 Yangtze finless… Read More ›
Current Conditions updates on the toxicity of hissing lawns, deadly green algae on French beaches, plastic trash and medical wastes growing along shorelines.
From my window, the Pacific Ocean looks endless and impenetrable. It is so big, that surely, one little accidental drop of trash, like a plastic bottle that blew out from my hands, could not hurt this water giant.
The weather condition called El Nino, may have a devasting effect on California sea lions and other marine mammals
“Dead Zones” at the mouth of the Mississippi River are identified from satellite photos.
Brian Williams Couriermail.com.au Brisbane May 29, 2009 12:00am CHEMICAL contamination that caused gross deformities to millions of fish larvae may be more widespread in Noosa waterways than first thought. Data from the Department of Primary Industries showing chemical contamination… Read More ›