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Michael Wing: Introduction to El Niño, July 22, 2015

NOAA Teacher at Sea
Michael Wing
Aboard R/V Fulmar
July 17 – 25, 2015

Mission: 2015 July ACCESS Cruise
Geographical Area of Cruise: Pacific Ocean west of Bodega Bay, California… 936 more words

NOAA Teacher At Sea

Michael Wing: How to Sample the Sea, July 20, 2015

NOAA Teacher at Sea
Michael Wing
Aboard R/V Fulmar
July 17 – 25, 2015

Mission: 2015 July ACCESS Cruise
Geographical Area of Cruise: Pacific Ocean west of Marin County, California… 937 more words

NOAA Teacher At Sea

Underwater | Gepunktete Wurzelmundqualle

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Description From Photographer if Any:

Toxic underwater beauty.


By NaturfotografieHinsche

Source: 500px.com

Animals

Animals | Gepunktete Wurzelmundqualle

LG G4 Rated as the Best Camera Phone for Pictures @ Searchy.One Search

Description From Photographer if Any:

Toxic underwater beauty.


By NaturfotografieHinsche

Source: 500px.com

Animals

The ‘other’ CO2 problem

Most of us are aware of the rising levels of anthropogenic carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and its impact on climate change but what about the potential loss of our oxygen supply? 528 more words

Engineering Soapbox

Zooplankton Are Eating Plastic, And That’s Bad News For Ocean Life

Tiny ocean animals that make up a base of the marine food web are ingesting tiny particles of plastic pollution, and that could be bad news for the health of the oceans. 941 more words

Environment

One fish, two fish, small fish, big fish: The recent story of fish in Lake Minnewaska

Big fish eat smaller fish, smaller fish eat zooplankton, zooplankton eat phytoplankton, and phytoplankton produce their own food. If smaller fish eat all of the zooplankton, what’s to stop the phytoplankton from multiplying out of control? 649 more words

Flora & Fauna