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Ea O Ka Aina: Pacific Ocean Catastrophe. Emergency shut down of US West Coast fisheries after crash of forage fish population.

Food Chain Catastrophe: Emergency Shut Down Of West Coast Fisheries: “Populations Have Crashed 91 Percent”

Sunvarmint Ethereal: Indian, Pacific Oceans Temporarily Hide Global War...

A new NASA study of ocean temperature measurements shows in recent years extra heat from greenhouse gases has been trapped in the waters of the Pacific and Indian oceans. Researchers say this shifting

Not unlike the Climate Treaty Obama signed last summer, a similar treaty is in the works which will give vast control of the world's oceans over to the U.N.

Not unlike the Climate Treaty Obama signed last summer, a similar treaty is in the works which will give vast control of the world's oceans over to the U.

Earth’s past has scientists so worried about the Atlantic Ocean’s circulation

As Global Warming Lies Continue, Record Setting Cold Blob Emerges In North Atlantic

Ocean Food Web- Ocean acidification poses grave threats to Krill, plankton, shellfish and corals—the loss of which would impact nearly every ocean creature and shore bird.

Ocean Food Web- Ocean acidification poses grave threats to Krill, plankton, shellfish and corals—the loss of which would impact nearly every ocean creature and shore bird. and ultimately us!

5th Grade Ocean Floor. Made with styrofoam, sculpey, & poster board.

Lesson 1 Ocean Floor Project ideas for diorama. Made with styrofoam, sculpey, & poster board.

We’re taught that these animals are vicious, bloodthirsty creatures that crave human flesh, but this photo below paints a very different picture of the ocean’s most “fearsome” predator.

Sad Image Reveals Which Species is Really the Greatest Predator of the Oceans

We’re taught that these animals are vicious, bloodthirsty creatures that crave human flesh, but this photo below paints a very different picture of the ocean’s most “fearsome” predator.

Bleached, dead coral, caused by rising ocean temperatures.

New paper shows how sensitive the ocean biosystem is to climate change

Bleached, dead coral, caused by rising ocean temperatures.

Scientists say the human role in ocean oxygen depletion could be apparent as soon as the 2030s.

Global warming could deplete the oceans’ oxygen – with severe consequences

A reduction in the amount of oxygen dissolved in the oceans due to climate change is already discernible in some parts of the world and should be evident across large regions of the oceans between 2030 and 2040 according to a new study via rddit science

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