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Fish and other sea creatures will have to travel large distances to survive climate change, marine scientists have warned.
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Marine life is threatened not only by intensive fishing but also by accidental entanglement of sea animals in abandoned fishing gear.
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A recently-published study by researchers at Goa-based NIO on impact of Phyan shows that it gave a boost to marine life.
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Marine scientists would soon meet at the Paris-based Unesco to discuss measuring the impact of noise on marine life, the UN agency said.
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A massive emission of methane led to an increase in atmospheric temperature around the globe 200 million years ago.
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Marine species were thought to colonize Hawaii and eventually diverge into an isolated native species, but were doomed to an evolutionary “dead end” with no further specialization and speciation.
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Oil from the BP spill remains stuck on the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico.
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A team of five companies has come together to create anti-microbial surfaces for use on ships, lenses and even medical devices – all inspired from marine animals.
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With acidity levels of the oceans going up greatly, it could harm marine life.
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The world`s oceans may be vast and deep, but a decade-long count of marine animals finds sea life so interconnected that it seems to shrink the watery world.
Last Updated: Monday, October 04, 2010, 09:28
The 650-million-dollar international study found more than 6,000 potentially new species.
Last Updated: Wednesday, September 01, 2010, 19:14
Researchers have developed an approach that give a 3D simulated look inside the head of a Cuvier’s beaked whale, in a bid to understand the effects of noise pollution on marine life better.
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