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Syrian Oil Spill Could Impact Cyprus Waters By Wednesday

Syrian Oil Spill has caused a huge mess across the Mediterranean Sea. The oil is expanding at a rapid pace all over the Mediterranean....

Penis Worm: Their Disagreeable Looks Belie Their Importance

Australia is home to some of the most unusual creatures on earth. This biodiversity extends to both its land and sea animals. But not...

Gulf Of Mexico Dead Zone: This No-Oxygen Region Is Getting Bigger And Badder

It is the oceanic equivalent of Armageddon and does not support most life forms. The Gulf of Mexico dead zone covers an area larger...

The Indian Coastline Affected By Severe Erosion

Indian Coastline has been severely affected by erosion. A recent report was published by the Union Ministry Of Earth Sciences. These reports stated some...

Sea Of Marmara Choking From Sea Snot Caused By Pollution

A thick, slimy blanket of sludge that has swamped the Sea of Marmara threatens its aquatic industry and marine life. This film, known as...

England Plastic Ban Planned To Forbid Single-Use Plastic Cutlery And Plates

An England plastic ban has been planned by the government, aiming to reduce the pollution from single-use plastic cutlery and plates. In autumn, the...

Selective Coral Breeding: Is It The Way Out Of Climate Change For The Dying Coral Reefs

Desperate situations call for desperate measures as scientists take extreme steps to help corals survive. They are resorting to selective coral breeding by fertilizing,...

Newtok: Ancient Alaskan Village Gradually Goes Underwater Due To Climate Change

Homes in the village of Newtok, Alaska along the Ninglick river are being abandoned as they have come dangerously close to the disintegrating river...

Blue Carbon: The Oceans Play A Greater Role In Removing Greenhouse Gases

About 71% of our planet’s surface is water-covered with the oceans alone holding 96.5% of all the water on Earth. And it also happens...

Seaweed Farming: A Marine Algae Could Reverse Climate Change By Storing Carbon 

An innocuous-looking dark brown marine algae could help in the battle to solve the world’s climate crisis. Scientists believe that the seaweed's ability to...

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