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A new study has claimed that rising temperatures can increase the amount of greenhouse gases emitted naturally by the oceans.
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A new research has found that climate changes from millions of years ago are recorded at daily rate in ancient sea shells.
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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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Giant fish that could grow up to 16 metres long roamed the seas 165 million years ago - during the age of dinosaurs - a new study has found.
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Researchers have compiled the first ever global atlas cataloguing marine plankton to identify where, when, and how much oceanic plankton can be found around the globe.
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Researchers in a major international project have sequenced the genome of Emiliania huxleyi, the microscopic plankton species whose chalky skeletons form the iconic white cliffs of Dover.
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Researchers believe ancient plankton DNA might be widely preserved in Black Sea lake sediments and can likely be used to reconstruct past life in the majority of oceanic and lake environments.
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A new work by UC Irvine and other scientists has found that trillions of plankton near the surface of warm waters are far more carbon-rich than has long been thought.
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A new discovery has challenged the widely held assumption that a period of explosive evolution quickly follows for survivors of mass extinctions.
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Worldwide phytoplankton levels are declining sharply, according to the journal Nature.
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Scientists have discovered a new breed of giant plankton-eating fish which once filled the seas between 66 and 172 million years ago.
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