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The nations that make decisions about Antarctic fishing failed today for a third time to agree on a plan that would create the world`s largest marine sanctuary.
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A new study has revealed that the oceans are more acidic now than they have been for at least 300 million years, due to carbon dioxide emissions from burning fossil fuels.
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A new research has suggested that rising ocean temperatures could hamper natural cycles of carbon dioxide, nitrogen and phosphorous.
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A study into marine life around an underwater volcanic vent in the Mediterranean, may hold the key to understanding how some species will be able to survive the acidifying of sea water.
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Rising carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere are having a catastrophic effect on microscopic marine life, according to scientists.
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A Parliamentary panel has expressed displeasure at non-commercial vessels not being prohibited from using paints that contain harmful chemicals, saying the practice would adversely impact marine life.
Last Updated: Friday, March 01, 2013, 19:51
Inhospitable hydrodgen-sulphide rich waters could have delayed the spread of complex life forms in ancient oceans, a new study has suggested.
Last Updated: Wednesday, February 20, 2013, 19:10
Findings from fieldwork along the North Yorkshire coast reveal strong parallels between the Early Jurassic era of 180 million years ago and current climate predictions over the next century.
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Corals could quit equitorial seas as the warming trend continues unabated, according to new evidence unearthed by marine scientists.
Last Updated: Friday, July 27, 2012, 16:16
Ultraviolet (UV) radiation, the latest threat to seas and oceans besides global warming and atmospheric carbon.
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Salt marshes are commonly disturbed by natural events and, as a result, they may be able to also recover from oil spills if the oil disturbance is not too large.
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Worldwide, coral reefs are being increasingly disturbed by environmental events that are causing their decline.
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