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The World’s Largest Ocean Cleanup Has Officially Begun -Trevor Nace

Ambitious dreams have now become a reality as the Ocean Cleanup deploys its $20 million system designed to clean up the 1.8 trillion pieces of trash floating in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. Check out another Forbes piece on how Ocean Cleanup aims to reuse and recycle the ocean plastic. The floating boom system was … Continue reading The World’s Largest Ocean Cleanup Has Officially Begun -Trevor Nace

How Much of the Ocean Is Actually Fished – Ed Yong

How much of the world’s oceans are affected by fishing? In February, a team of scientists led by David Kroodsma from the Global Fishing Watch published a paper that put the figure at 55 percent—an area four times larger than that covered by land-based agriculture. The paper was widely covered, with several outlets leading with … Continue reading How Much of the Ocean Is Actually Fished – Ed Yong

More Pollution Shows Up In New River, & This Time It’s Milky White – David Fleshler

A few weeks ago, residents reported murky, “chocolate-milk color” water and an oily sheen on the river. Environmental inspectors for Broward County identified the source as a Fort Lauderdale street-improvement project at Southeast 2nd Street and Southeast 4th Avenue, where stormwater was being used under pressure and a pump was found to be leaking diesel … Continue reading More Pollution Shows Up In New River, & This Time It’s Milky White – David Fleshler

The Largest Migration on Earth Is Vertical – Candice Gaukel Andrews

Every night on Earth, a great migration takes place. It’s bigger than the ones of caribou, wildebeest or zebras on land or Arctic terns in the air. But while this stupendous, nightly migration overshadows all the others, you’ve probably never heard of it. And even more surprising is the fact that it’s vertical. This upright, … Continue reading The Largest Migration on Earth Is Vertical – Candice Gaukel Andrews

A Tale of Two Communities – People & Fish – Recovering from Harvey By Larry McKinney

One year after Hurricane Harvey hammered the Texas coast, divergent pictures of recovery and resilience have emerged. The coastal marine communities of fish, shrimp and crabs that thrive along our Gulf coast, are dynamic, resilient and on the mend. The coastal human communities are also dynamic but their resilience is being challenged. The coastal marine … Continue reading A Tale of Two Communities – People & Fish – Recovering from Harvey By Larry McKinney

Beer, Drinking Water And Fish & Tiny Plastic Is Everywhere – Christopher Joyce

Plastic trash is littering the land and fouling rivers and oceans. But what we can see is only a small fraction of what's out there. Since modern plastic was first mass-produced, 8 billion tons have been manufactured. And when it's thrown away, it doesn't just disappear. Much of it crumbles into small pieces. Scientists call … Continue reading Beer, Drinking Water And Fish & Tiny Plastic Is Everywhere – Christopher Joyce

Hundreds of Sea Potatoes Cover Penzance Beach – BBC News

The small heart-shaped orbs were sea potatoes, a sea urchin that lives buried in sandy and muddy sea beds all around UK coasts. Rosie Hendricks was on the beach at Wherrytown in Penzance earlier with her daughter, sister and nephew when she spotted the "odd-looking" creatures. Ms Hendricks, from Penzance, who had never seen anything … Continue reading Hundreds of Sea Potatoes Cover Penzance Beach – BBC News

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