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In the jaws of #eXtinction ~ Great white #Shark !!! !!! !!!

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Via Kathy Dowsett
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Scientists have taken over 20000 pictures of the dorsal fins of great white sharks at Gansbaai but have identified only 532 individual sharks over a five-year period 
Image by: SHARKWATCHSA

 

The study by marine biologists from the Dyer Island Conservation Trust at Gansbaai in the southern Capefound that the total number of great white sharks might be as much as 50% lower than the previously estimated 3000-5000.

By taking more than 20000 photographs of sharks' dorsal fins over five years in Gansbaai - where the world's densest population of the species is located - scientists were able to identify only 532 sharks in the area.

 

"Marine biologists used open population statistics to extrapolate their findings [and estimated] the number of great white sharks in this densely populated area is most likely less than 1000," said the trust.

Marine biologist Michelle Wcisel, who works for the trust, said it was possible that the great white could be one of the most endangered species in the world.

 

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#Sharks are #entitled to their #domain

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How vain do we want to be as a culture? How disconnected with our natural environment?

Via Kathy Dowsett
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TAKE  ACTION  here>>  https://www.greenpeace.org.au/action/?cid=60&src=TW1&utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=blog&utm_term=010814_1101&utm_campaign=Arctic&txtArea=twitter

 

& HERE pls>  https://secure.marineconservation.org.au/donate.php?campid=701900000006XVIAA2

 

 

Petition to STOP illegal killing of 'juvenile Sharks' into a jar! https://secure.avaaz.org/en/petition/Make_putting_sharks_in_a_jar_illegal/?towBBbb

 

 

Outrage over EPA shark-cull decision: http://www.projectaware.org/update/outrage-over-epa-shark-cull-decision

 

Global shark crisis! - POWERFUL VIDEO: 3.22m http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jSaxDGdet4g&feature=youtu.be

 

 

13.4.14 ~  Leave the SHARKs aloan!  http://www.sbs.com.au/news/article/2014/04/13/activists-sink-teeth-was-shark-baiting-programme

 

 10.4.14 ~ 

A shark cull divides a nation:  http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-26937924

 

 

24.3.14 ~ 

Shark cull policy in Western Australia faces fresh challenge from Greens: http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2014/mar/24/shark-cull-policy-in-western-australia-faces-fresh-challenge-from-greens

Party brings in private member's bill to tackle an environmental exemption it dismisses as a 'cynical PR exercise'

 

 

 14.3.14 ~ Why Saving Sharks is a Good Investment:  http://blog.oceanconservancy.org/2014/03/14/the-real-life-shark-tank-why-saving-sharks-is-a-good-investment/

 

 

13.3.14 ~ 

WA Shark Cull Update - EPA rules out assessment despite 23,000 public submissions:::  http://www.seashepherd.org.au/news-and-media/2014/03/13/wa-shark-cull-update-epa-rules-out-assessment-despite-23000-public-submissions-1586

 

 

 

26.2.14 ~ Shark victim's mother takes court action against shark cull

Read more: http://www.watoday.com.au/wa-news/shark-victims-mother-takes-court-action-against-shark-cull-20140226-33hfx.html#ixzz2uX1blsK6

 

 

26.2.14 ~ 

Sea Shepherd seeks injunction to stop WA shark cull:  http://au.news.yahoo.com/a/21709551/sea-shepherd-seeks-injunction-to-stop-wa-shark-cull/

 

23.2.14 ~ 

Western Australia's shark cull will hit breeding stock of great whitesListen to the scientific community and look at the evidence from Hawaii to South Africa. Killing sharks doesn't work>>   http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2014/feb/23/western-australia-shark-cull-great-whites

 

 

22.2.14 >>

Morning of cruelty, inhumanity and slaughter in the South West as Barnett's war on nature rages on: http://www.seashepherd.org.au/news-and-media/2014/02/22/morning-of-cruelty-inhumanity-and-slaughter-in-the-south-west-1577

 

18.2.14 ~ 

 

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/feb/18/shark-cull-condemned-after-attacks-fall-five-year-low?CMP=twt_gu

 

16.2.14 ~  Are shark shields a solution for Western Australia? :  http://www.sbs.com.au/news/article/2014/02/16/shark-shields-better-drum-lines-alp   via @free_dive & @Seasaver 

 

 

13.2.14 ~ 

Jackie Chan interview: 'They served me shark fin soup and I said no way':  http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/china/10635496/Jackie-Chan-interview-They-served-me-shark-fin-soup-and-I-said-no-way.html

 

12.2.14 ~ All captured animals so far are reportedly tiger sharks, with white and bull sharks also targeted by the program. While the program was designed to reduce the risk of fatal shark attacks, it also poses a threat to shark populations.>>  http://theconversation.com/explainer-sharks-why-size-and-species-matter-22535

 

 

 

 

12.2.14   ~  http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/feb/12/shark-cull-government-in-clear-breach-of-international-obligations?CMP=twt_gu

 

 6.2.14 ~ http://www.seashepherd.org.au/news-and-media/2014/02/06/western-australias-indiscriminate-killing-of-precious-marine-life-rages-on-1567#.Uvfi08MJzvs.twitter

 

 

The Duke of Cambridge, David Beckham and Yao Ming joined forces to speak out, as fathers, against the illegal wildlife trade. They spoke about the much needed protection of elephants, rhinos and sharks for future generations::  http://www.virgin.com/unite/take-action/film-when-the-buying-stops-the-killing-can-too

 

Inside the Biggest SHARK Abattoir:

 

 http://www.scmp.com/news/china/article/1415351/inside-worlds-biggest-shark-abattoir-shocking-pictures-show-scale

 

11.1.14  ~  

This could be the year we start to save, not slaughter, the shark: http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2014/jan/11/shark-finning-in-decline-in-far-east

 

10.1.14  ~  SeaShepherd welcomes Ban on SharkFinning in NZ:  http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/PO1401/S00016/sea-shepherd-welcomes-ban-of-shark-finning-in-nz-water.htm

 

10.1.14 ~ Diver who swims with Sharks http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2537040/Diver-swims-sharks-reveals-fear-makes-encounters-unpredictable-detect-racing-heart-beat.html

 

9.1.14 ~ SeaShepherd: http://www.seashepherd.org.au/news-and-media/2014/01/09/sea-shepherd-shark-update-france-and-australia-1556

 

Everyone knows they enter blue water at their peril. We do so at the risk of numerous possible misadventures, of which shark attack is the most remote.

 

What happens when SHARKS disappear:  http://baronvonmerkens.tumblr.com/post/72961850156/thingsofthewild-laureola

 

Australians oppose Cull  http://www.seashepherd.org.au/news-and-media/2014/01/04/australians-oppose-cull-of-protected-great-white-sharks-by-barnett-government-1553

 

Shark Cull.....is NOT the answer 
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-01-04/jeff-hansen/5184688

 

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http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2013/dec/27/sharks-to-be-shot-and-dumped?CMP=twt_gu

 

http://uk.news.yahoo.com/australia-sharks-twitter-warn-swimmers-053242664.html?vp=1#Q92yy9M

 

More>>  http://www.sail-world.com/UK/Sea-Shepherd,-others-opposed-to-culling-of-Great-White-Sharks/117827

 

Overfishing of Sharks harms Coral Reefs >>  http://yottafire.com/2013/12/overfishing-sharks-harming-coral-reefs/

 

Sharks to be baited, shot at sea for being more than 3metres long:  http://au.news.yahoo.com/thewest/latest/a/20471641/sharks-to-be-baited-shot-at-sea/

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NEED to add this link: Live tracking of tagged sharks still not on SharkSmart website<br>:: http://www.perthnow.com.au/news/western-australia/live-tracking-of-tagged-sharks-still-not-on-sharksmart-website/story-fnhocxo3-1226889964661
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#Fiji fishermen warn #foreignboats over-fishing in Pacific #destroying #local tuna industry

#Fiji fishermen warn #foreignboats over-fishing in Pacific #destroying #local tuna industry | Now is the Time to Help our Oceans & it's Species ! | Scoop.it
Pacific nations must cut the number of licences they give to foreign fishing fleets if they want to save the local industry, say fishermen.
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                              Destroying their ONLY food source!

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#Holistic Conservation: Forget 20th Century Claims About People & Species ... - Science 2.0 ~ Worth a read*

Holistic Conservation: Forget 20th Century Claims About People And Species ...
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TV Show ~ Thom Hartmann - News & info from the #1 progressive radio show. See links below #WhaleWars ...

TV Show ~ Thom Hartmann - News & info from the #1 progressive radio show. See links below #WhaleWars ... | Now is the Time to Help our Oceans & it's Species ! | Scoop.it
[metatags-description] (I am also on @Thom_Hartmann The Big Picture airs LIVE tonight at 7 ET http://t.co/eSlEnnNzxH @SeaShepherd @SeaShepherd_USA)...
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http://www.animalplanet.com/tv-shows/whale-wars

 

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10 gorgeous #natural #swimming spots around the world - Mother Nature Network (blog)

10 gorgeous #natural #swimming spots around the world - Mother Nature Network (blog) | Now is the Time to Help our Oceans & it's Species ! | Scoop.it
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10 gorgeous natural swimming spots around the world
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Situated in a nature preserve along the Trebižat River, Kravice Falls is one of Europe's hidden treasures.

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Sea Shepherd UK :: Sea Shepherd UK Taking Action to #Defend #Scottish #Seals

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Sea Shepherd Conservation Society - Protecting oceans around the world (@SeaShepherd_uk Taking Action to Defend Scottish Seals !! Pls RT!
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#Australia Wants to Selectively #Slaughter #Sharks for #ThreeMoreYears < #NotListening2Science

#Australia Wants to Selectively #Slaughter #Sharks for #ThreeMoreYears < #NotListening2Science | Now is the Time to Help our Oceans & it's Species ! | Scoop.it
Seeking to protect beachgoers, Australia is conducting a controversial cull of sharks, and now wants to continue the program.

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The #Fish We Never Knew ~ Looking #eXtinction in the eye!

The #Fish We Never Knew ~ Looking  #eXtinction in the eye! | Now is the Time to Help our Oceans & it's Species ! | Scoop.it
We’re now missing something out there in the world, and this little guy resting on the jar is a formalin-stuffed relic, a symbol of absence, of scarcity, of zero.
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#GPStrackers shed light on lives of little #penguins Where #Taronga penguin ate 22 pilchards in 5 minutes!

#GPStrackers shed light on lives of little #penguins Where #Taronga penguin ate 22 pilchards in 5 minutes! | Now is the Time to Help our Oceans & it's Species ! | Scoop.it

Australian researchers are strapping satellite tracking technology to little penguins to shed light on their marine environment. A team of scientists from Macquarie University has teamed up with researchers at Sydney's Taronga Zoo to carry out the study.

 

The researchers are attaching GPS trackers and accelerometers to the penguins to work out where they are searching for food. It is technology commonly found in most smartphones, with the accelerometer monitoring the penguin's orientation and movement. The scientists are studying the zoo's captive colony as well as the wild population found at Montague Island off the far south coast of NSW.

 

The project is part of a larger multispecies study aiming at identifying important marine hotspots and improving the management and zoning of marine parks. The scientists are looking at how suitable certain breeding sites will be in the future due to food availability.

 

Macquarie University PhD student Gemma Carroll is leading the research. "If we can understand where they're feeding now and why those areas are important places for penguins to feed we can understand how, if the environment changes, those places that might be important might change as well," Ms Carroll said.

 

Taronga Zoo's David Slip says the species is extremely vulnerable to habitat change. "Managing the resources are really important to make sure there's enough for seals and penguins but also enough for us," Dr Slip said. "If their food moves off shore then they have to go further and it means it's a lot longer to get back to their chicks."

 

Macquarie University's Professor Rob Harcourt, who specialises in marine predators, says the research provides a window into an unknown world. "By working out exactly where they're going, what they're feeding upon and what the constraints are of those feeding then we'll be able to provide a lot more information," he said.

 

The study has already uncovered some interesting findings on the penguins' not so little appetites. One Taronga little penguin ate 22 pilchards in five minutes. The scientists are looking to collect at least another two years of data on the wild animals. Their hope it that the project will eventually be expanded into the long term to help measure oceanographic change in South Eastern Australia.


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#Florida wildlife commissioners #limit harvest of #SeaCucumbers

#Florida wildlife commissioners #limit harvest of #SeaCucumbers | Now is the Time to Help our Oceans & it's Species ! | Scoop.it
Tampabay.com Florida wildlife commissioners limit harvest of sea cucumbers Tampabay.com Two months after they postponed a decision on regulating the harvest of one of Florida's ugliest sea creatures, state wildlife commissioners voted Wednesday to...
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#Sharkcull in Western Australia #angers #environmentalists ~ Took 15mins to Die! Daily Mail

#Sharkcull in Western Australia #angers #environmentalists ~ Took 15mins to Die! Daily Mail | Now is the Time to Help our Oceans & it's Species ! | Scoop.it
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Shark cull in Western Australia angers environmentalists
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Conservationists have launched a fresh attack on the killing of sharks cull off Western Australia after a tiger shark was shot three times and took 15 minutes to die.
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Monomoy #Wildlife Refuge plan seeks 'balanced'approach ~ #migratoryBirds #Terns

Monomoy #Wildlife Refuge plan seeks 'balanced'approach ~ #migratoryBirds #Terns | Now is the Time to Help our Oceans & it's Species ! | Scoop.it
Monomoy Wildlife Refuge plan seeks 'balanced'approach
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Monomoy is due for a new 15-year management plan and yesterday the U.S.
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The sands are ever shifting in Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge; connections and disconnections to the mainland, sandbars and cuts, channels and dunes are there then vanish in the mist.


Monomoy was established in 1944 as a refuge for migratory birds. It covers 8,321 acres of open ocean, salt marsh, freshwater swamps and ponds, sand dunes and beach, 3,244 acres of which are officially wilderness. The world’s second largest nesting colony of common terns (8,000 pairs) calls it home.

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66% Drop in Population of #Invasive #Lionfish due to #Overfishing ~

66% Drop in Population of #Invasive #Lionfish due to #Overfishing ~ | Now is the Time to Help our Oceans & it's Species ! | Scoop.it
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66% Drop in Population of Invasive Lionfish due to Overfishing
News Tonight Africa
66% Drop in Population of Invasive Lionfish due to Overfishing.
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First #Russian #oil from #Arctic Sea due to reach #Rotterdam on May 1 ~ #MessyBusiness

First #Russian #oil from #Arctic Sea due to reach #Rotterdam on May 1 ~ #MessyBusiness | Now is the Time to Help our Oceans & it's Species ! | Scoop.it

:PFirst Russian oil from Arctic Sea due to reach Rotterdam on May 1
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Some 550,000 barrels of Russian oil, extracted from deep beneath the Arctic Sea, are due to arrive in Rotterdam on May 1, the Volkskrant reports on Friday.


Via Michael Akerib
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Petition:  http://savethearctic.org/en-GB

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#WhaleWar's @CaptPaulWatson "There are No Eco-Terrorists" ~ Vid. 9.09mins #ICJ Only those that #eXploit

Captain Paul Watson, Sea Shepherd Conservation Society /Whale Wars, joins Thom Hartmann. Earlier this month - the International Court of Justice ruled that J...
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Do Water Pollution Tests Lead to "Dead Zones"? - KQED QUEST (blog)

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Do Water Pollution Tests Lead to "Dead Zones"?
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From comments:  pmaier  Enviro Equipment, Inc. • 11 hours ago

How do you demand nutrient treatment in general, when nutrients in sewage is ignored?

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Fire ice: The #energy of the future? #fossilfuels #dirtyfuel

Fire ice: The #energy of the future? #fossilfuels #dirtyfuel | Now is the Time to Help our Oceans & it's Species ! | Scoop.it

"The world is addicted to hydrocarbons, and it's easy to see why - cheap, plentiful and easy to mine, they represent an abundant energy source to fuel industrial development the world over.

The side-effects, however, are potentially devastating; burning fossil fuels emits the CO2 linked to global warming.

And as reserves of oil, coal and gas are becoming tougher to access, governments are looking ever harder for alternatives, not just to produce energy, but to help achieve the holy grail of all sovereign states - energy independence.

Some have discovered a potential saviour, locked away under deep ocean beds and vast swathes of permafrost. The problem is it's a hydrocarbon, but unlike any other we know."


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#Japan’s Northwest Pacific “not-for-purposes-of-scientific-research” #WhaleKillingProgram Could Start Later This Month ~ Sea Shepherd

#Japan’s Northwest Pacific “not-for-purposes-of-scientific-research” #WhaleKillingProgram Could Start Later This Month ~ Sea Shepherd | Now is the Time to Help our Oceans & it's Species ! | Scoop.it
Established in 1977, Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (SSCS) is an international non-profit, marine wildlife conservation organization.
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                          Japan not understanding 'Science' at All !

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#GreenTurtles need help #Conservation #Environment

#GreenTurtles need help  #Conservation #Environment | Now is the Time to Help our Oceans & it's Species ! | Scoop.it
How to provide for indigenous and other peoples with a rare animal as a food source and sustain their diet? (As well as make sure we don’t have another extinction on our hands).
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Far be it for anybody to prescribe what people should eat. When it comes to changing diet, though, it must be permissible to persuade local people to adopt better habits. The steep decline in populations since 2008 is traceable to over-fishing. As there is no limit on this "take, obviously there will have t be a severe one. Self regulation is impossible when there is insufficient contact between turtle eaters, turtle catchers and government. - See more at: http://www.earthtimes.org/conservation/help-green-turtles/2584/#sthash.Gdi05POT.dpuf
Read more at http://www.earthtimes.org/conservation/help-green-turtles/2584/#448mwAkjlGYQEvcd.99

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Methane poses huge climate threat to Earth

Methane poses huge climate threat to Earth | Now is the Time to Help our Oceans & it's Species ! | Scoop.it
Today, industrial civilization has produced enough carbon dioxide to warm the planet and bring methane into the picture yet again.

Via Cathryn Wellner
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My blog:   ' FRAGILE  LIFE ': Times they are a Changing http://binnie-fragilelife.blogspot.com/2012/08/times-they-are-changing.html?spref=tw

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#Sharks more #evolved than thought, #fossil discovery shows

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325m-year-old shark ancestor with tiny teeth and fish-like features challenges the predator’s ‘living fossils’ status

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“The findings suggest that bony fishes may provide more clues about our first jawed ancestors than modern sharks.”

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Scientists have previously theorised that the structure of sharks gills had remained unchanged since the emergence of the creatures 400m years ago, long before the arrival of dinosaurs.

The discovery has implications beyond sharks, with the paper claiming it could “profoundly affect our understanding of evolutionary history”.

The support structure for gills are thought to have evolved into jaws in fish, allowing them to hunt, before developing later into land-based animals.

The paper states: “The arrangement of the visceral branchial arches, which are part of this support structure, is very similar to that of bony fishes, signifying that the most recent common ancestor of jawed vertebrates possessed some elements that were more bony fish-like than shark-like.

“This challenges the longstanding view that modern sharks have preserved an unchanged ancestral condition, and indicates that modern sharks have acquired features stemming from evolutionary innovation.

“The findings suggest that bony fishes may provide more clues about our first jawed ancestors than modern sharks.”

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#Declining catch rates in #Caribbean #GreenTurtle fishery may be result of ...

#Declining catch rates in #Caribbean #GreenTurtle fishery may be result of ... | Now is the Time to Help our Oceans & it's Species ! | Scoop.it
Declining catch rates in Caribbean green turtle fishery may be result of ...
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           Need for better management or no catch at all!

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Sustainable Development Solutions Network ~ #PlasticBusters for the #Mediterranean Sea

Sustainable Development Solutions Network ~ #PlasticBusters for the #Mediterranean Sea | Now is the Time to Help our Oceans & it's Species ! | Scoop.it

The project will be carried out using an eco-friendly oceanographic vessel that will cover the whole Mediterranean basin over a period of three months. The ship will also touch keys areas in the Mediterranean basin characterized by different anthropogenic impact.


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Depth Refuge and the #Impacts of #SCUBA #Spearfishing on #CoralReef #Fishes

Depth Refuge and the #Impacts of #SCUBA #Spearfishing on #CoralReef #Fishes | Now is the Time to Help our Oceans & it's Species ! | Scoop.it
PLOS ONE: an inclusive, peer-reviewed, open-access resource from the PUBLIC LIBRARY OF SCIENCE. Reports of well-performed scientific studies from all disciplines freely available to the whole world.
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#Wildlife Weekly Martin Mere - Episode 1 ~ #WetlandCentre #UK

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Massive #GreatwhiteShark attracted to whale carcass on #WA beach #SaveSharks

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Massive great white shark attracted to whale carcass on WA beach prompts ...
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It received 23,000 submissions during a public consultation, which ended in February.
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An image of one of the biggest great white sharks ever tagged has sparked a flurry of online interest and a fresh warning to swimmers off WA's south coast.

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