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#Rare #HongKong #dolphin numbers #dwindling #quickly !!!

HONG KONG (AFP) - Conservationists on Tuesday warned that the number of rare Chinese white dolphins in Hong Kong waters has fallen to its lowest level in a decade of monitoring, and urged the government to immediately create more protected areas.

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Summer #Narwhal #Hunt Confirmed for 2013 !!!

Summer #Narwhal #Hunt Confirmed for 2013 !!! | Rescue our Ocean's & it's species from Man's Pollution! | Scoop.it
The Canadian government has confirmed a summer 2013 narwhal hunt for Nunavut communities.

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An #EconomicBoom in #Turkey Takes a Toll on #MarineLife by Sulmaan Khan: #developmentAtanyCost !

An #EconomicBoom in #Turkey Takes a Toll on #MarineLife by Sulmaan Khan: #developmentAtanyCost ! | Rescue our Ocean's & it's species from Man's Pollution! | Scoop.it
The development-at-any-cost policies of Turkish Prime Minister Recip Tayyip Erdogan — a key factor behind the protests and clashes in Istanbul’s Taksim Square — are also playing a role in the steady decline of the nation’s porpoises, dolphins, and...
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#Iceland resumes controversial #Whalehunt #Endangered needs protection!

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ICELAND has resumed its disputed commercial fin whale hunt, with two vessels en route to catch this season's quota of at least 154 whales, Icelandic media has reported.

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ICELAND has resumed its disputed commercial fin whale hunt, with two vessels en route to catch this season's quota of at least 154 whales, Icelandic media has reported.

An international website that tracks vessels showed two Icelandic whaling ships, Hvalur 8 and Hvalur 9, well west of Iceland on their way to whaling areas, while national media said the two ships left port late on Sunday.

 

Hvalur, the only company that hunts the giant mammals, was unavailable for comment on Monday, which was a public holiday in Iceland.

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#Water treatment startup #Algal Scientific now mining #betaGlucan

#Water treatment startup #Algal Scientific now mining #betaGlucan | Rescue our Ocean's & it's species from Man's Pollution! | Scoop.it
Ben Freed reports in the Ann Arbor Business Review that Algal Scientific – a startup which emerged from Michigan State University in 2008 to use algae for reducing the costs of water treatment...

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Further testing on the species of algae they were using to clean up the water revealed it was worth more as a dietary supplement than a simple fertilizer. The algae were high in the sugar compound known as beta glucan, which acts as an immune system booster. “About a year and a half ago we realized that this beta glucan that was in the algae we were already using was very valuable,” said Geoff Horst, a Ph.D. candidate at Michigan State University at the time, and now the company’s chief science officer. “It is worth $20,000 to $30,000 per ton and at that price point we figured, ‘Wow, we can make a lot of money with this.’ ”

 

Right now, the most popular source for beta glucan is certain types of yeast that develop the chain of sugar molecules in their cell walls. The species of algae used by Algal Scientific is more than 50 percent beta glucan, while yeast has just 5 to 15 percent beta glucan content and requires an expensive process to extract the compound from the cell walls. “It’s a unique species of algae,” says Horst.

 

“You probably wouldn’t encounter it in a local pond or lake, but it’s not genetically-modified. It’s a naturally occurring species, just not a very common one.”

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#Shark #spawning ground found on #Mingulay #Reef by Edinburgh scientists

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Shark spawning ground found on Mingulay Reef by Edinburgh scientists
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A deep-sea shark spawning ground has been discovered on Scotland's only inshore coral reef.

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A deep-sea shark spawning ground has been discovered on Scotland's only inshore coral reef.

 

It was found by the team from Edinburgh's Heriot-Watt University which discovered the reef itself.

 

They discovered egg cases of the blackmouth catshark on the Mingulay Reef in the Outer Hebrides.

 

Deepwater sharks have long been a draw for anglers in the area, but this is the first time their spawning grounds have been found in Scotland.

 

The Mingulay Reef is waiting to find out if the European Union will designate the site as a marine protected area.

 

The Heriot-Watt scientists believe this would be essential to help safeguard local sharks and the millions of pounds generated by recreational anglers who visit Scotland.

 

"The sharks are choosing these sites because they're safe. The corals have lots of hard branches, which deter predators, and laying them away from the current in lower parts of the seabed reduces the risk of eggs drifting away.

 

"The height of the coral means the eggs receive plenty of air and that they're not suffocated by sediments and debris."

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Could the world's biggest #Marine #Sanctuary be declared in the #Antarctic? ~ lets hope so!

Could the world's biggest #Marine #Sanctuary be declared in the #Antarctic?  ~ lets hope so! | Rescue our Ocean's & it's species from Man's Pollution! | Scoop.it
Proposals will go before a commission next month to help protect thousands of species in Antarctic waters An extraordinarily big thing might happen in the world of marine conservation next month at a meeting in Germany of a little known...

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#Genetic #pollution: When GMO #salmon escape into the oceans, there will be no boycotting Franken-fish

#Genetic #pollution: When GMO #salmon escape into the oceans, there will be no boycotting Franken-fish | Rescue our Ocean's & it's species from Man's Pollution! | Scoop.it
Genetic pollution: When GMO salmon escape into the oceans, there will be no boycotting Franken-fish (Genetic pollution: When GMO salmon escape into the oceans, there will be no boycotting Franken-fish http://t.co/dHmThQcoWB...
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Michel Roggo - The #Freshwater Project

Michel Roggo - The #Freshwater Project | Rescue our Ocean's & it's species from Man's Pollution! | Scoop.it

GREAT PHOTOGRAPHS OF IMPORTANT FRESHWATER ENVIRONMENTS ACROSS THE GLOBE

Michel Roggo is based in Switzerland, and this has a lot to do with his passion: He started freshwater photography in the countless crystal clear rivers and lakes of the Swiss Alps. With 25 years of experience and about 100 expeditions worldwide, he has the skills to work on a global freshwater project: Produce a photographic documentation of 30 important freshwater environments from across the globe, focusing on underwater images. This as a contribution to safeguarding the future of the world's wetland areas. The duration of the project is 4 years, starting 2011. So far, about 20 locations have been photographed. http://www.roggo.ch/thefreshwaterproject/

 

National Geographic: Pictures:
DIPPING UNDER UNSPOILED RIVERS http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2013/03/pictures/130322-unspoiled-rivers-freshwater/

 

WATER IN THE ANTHROPOCENE http://sco.lt/856DXl

 

PHARMACEUTICAL POLLUTION IN OUR STREAMS, RIVERS AND DRINKING WATER  http://sco.lt/6c3dcf

 

28,000 RIVERS WIPED OFF THE MAP OF CHINA http://sco.lt/7paeFV

 

MORE THAN HALF OF U.S. RIVERS ARE TOO POLLUTED TO SUPPORT LIFE. REPORT REVEALS SCALE OF WATER CONTAMINATION http://sco.lt/5Gpafx

 

 

March 22, 2013 Environment America
REPORT: WASTING OUR WATERWAYS 2012

I*** INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES CONTINUE TO DUMP MILLIONS OF POUNDS OF TOXIC CHEMICALS INTO AMERICA'S RIVERS, STREAMS, LAKES AND OCEAN WATERS http://www.environmentamerica.org/reports/ame/wasting-our-waterways-2012

 

 


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#Sightseer Cherished Vision of #White #Orcas in #Vancouver Waters ~

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A $30 trip suddenly turned into a one feeding the eyes of the sightseers with a view worth more than the cost paid. It was a rare sight of orca whales.


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Mystery of how sperm #whales hold their breath for 90 minutes solved as ...

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Mystery of how sperm whales hold their breath for 90 minutes solved as ...

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O'Malley lobbies EPA to ease #cruise ship #pollution rule - Baltimore Sun

O'Malley lobbies EPA to ease #cruise ship #pollution rule - Baltimore Sun | Rescue our Ocean's & it's species from Man's Pollution! | Scoop.it
O'Malley lobbies EPA to ease cruise ship pollution rule
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Gov. Martin O'Malley has interceded with the U.S.
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The EPA says the requirement, which calls for the use of cleaner-burning fuel in coastal waters, could significantly reduce air pollution not just along the coast but far inland. The cruise industry has warned of potential cutbacks in cruises and job losses because of higher costs.


Most cruise ships and other large ocean-going vessels consume huge quantities of fuel and burn what's known as "bunker," a relatively inexpensive grade with many impurities.

 

"It's the dirtiest stuff out there," said Pamela Campos of the Environmental Defense Fund, with many times higher levels of polluting impurities than the diesel fuel used by buses and trucks. "It's basically what's left over after you refine everything else out."

 

Last summer, when the 1 percent sulfur limit took effect, several cruise and shipping lines complained of being unable to find enough fuel. They also told officials they were paying 15 percent to 40 percent more for it. With a tighter standard looming in 2015, some industry officials have warned of sharply higher prices and cutbacks in U.S. cruises.



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Australia's northern waters: killer nets and flawed funding ~ Out of control #eXploitation

The Conversation Australia's northern waters: killer nets and flawed funding The Conversation The thousands of killer fishing nets found in our northern waters and on beaches demonstrate just how out of control the exploitation of the Timor and...
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#Sharks #Extinction #Imminent If Current #Illegal #Trade Persists !!!

#Sharks #Extinction #Imminent If Current #Illegal #Trade Persists !!! | Rescue our Ocean's & it's species from Man's Pollution! | Scoop.it
Sharks have long been feared as ocean’s indiscriminate killing machines, but they also face threats like overfishing, bycatching, and finning. Sharks extinction is imminent if the current illegal t...

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World Heritage Committee puts #development bans on Barrier #Reef

World Heritage Committee puts #development bans on Barrier #Reef | Rescue our Ocean's & it's species from Man's Pollution! | Scoop.it
THE World Heritage Committee has delayed a decision to list the Great Barrier Reef as "in danger" until next year, the WWF says.
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THE World Heritage Committee has delayed a decision to list the Great Barrier Reef as "in danger" until next year, the WWF says.

WWF Great Barrier Reef spokesman Richard Leck says the World Heritage Committee has adopted three of the four recommendations made to the committee by UNESCO.

The recommendations adopted, according to Mr Leck, are:

 

♦ No new developments that impact the reef be approved

 

♦ No developments outside existing port footprints be approved

 

♦ That environmental laws protecting the reef be strengthened

 

If Australia fails to comply with the recommendations by mid-2014, when the committee is due to meet next, the reef could be listed as "in danger".

 

Mr Leck, who attended the committee meeting in Cambodia today, says a fourth recommendation regarding water quality wasn't adopted.

 

"They're essentially saying: 'things aren't good enough, you have to do better'.

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#Wildlife experts hit out after #swimmers lift a #strandedDolphin #Died ~ update below...

#Wildlife experts hit out after #swimmers lift a #strandedDolphin #Died ~ update below... | Rescue our Ocean's & it's species from Man's Pollution! | Scoop.it
The holidaymakers - on the Sanya coast in Hainan province - manhandled the helpless mammal around the shallow water for nearly 30 minutes.

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 Update::: 

                                  http://www.foxnews.com/world/2013/06/18/dolphin-dies-after-china-tourist-abuse/

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#Pesticides spark broad #biodiversity loss !!!

#Pesticides spark broad #biodiversity loss !!! | Rescue our Ocean's & it's species from Man's Pollution! | Scoop.it

June 17, 2013 Nature - Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences

Agricultural chemicals affect invertebrates in streams and soil, even at 'safe' levels.

Agricultural pesticides have been linked to widespread invertebrate biodiversity loss in two new research papers.

Pesticide use has sharply reduced the regional biodiversity of stream invertebrates, such as mayflies and dragonflies, in Europe and Australia, finds a study published today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences1..... http://www.nature.com/news/pesticides-spark-broad-biodiversity-loss-1.13214

 

PESTICIDE CHEMICAL REGULATION OVERHAUL NEEDED TO PROTECT WILDLIFE, ECOSYSTEMS AND FOOD CHAIN http://sco.lt/6VkkXB

 

NEW CHARGES AGAINST MONSANTO'S "PESTICIDE" ROUNDUP (NEEDED FOR GMO CROPS) - THE ULTIMATE KILLING MACHINE http://sco.lt/5bdPhx

Michael Pollan: "Don't miss this VIDEO, about the next wave of herbicide-tolerant crops from Monsanto-- will make Round-Up look benign"
VIDEO: DANGERS OF DICAMBA http://www.fixfood.org/features/276/dangers-of-dicamba

 

DECLINE IN BIODIVERSITY OF FARMED PLANTS AND ANIMAL GATHERING PACE  http://sco.lt/7o99MH

 

 

A Must see VIDEO for all.

David Suzuki: "BIOTECHNOLOGY GENETICS IS OUT OF CONTROL" http://sco.lt/4lxOIj

 

 

May 11, 2013 UNEP
UN CONFERENCE TAKES HISTORIC STRIDES TO STRENGTHEN CHEMICAL PESTICIDE SAFETY GLOBALLY
FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva said that in many countries intensive crop production has depleted agriculture's natural resource base, jeopardizing future productivity. "To fight hunger and eradicate poverty, we will need to find more sustainable ways to produce 60 percent more food by 2050," he said. However, he recognized that chemical pesticides would continue to be part of farming in many parts of the world in future. ... http://www.unep.org/newscentre/default.aspx?DocumentID=2716&ArticleID=9501&l=en

 

 

 

 

 


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#IronOre #export project depends on #whale safety

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An iron ore export project in WA's north has been given the environmental nod, as long as whales and dugongs are strictly protected.

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An iron ore export project in Western Australia's north has been given environmental approval, on condition whales and dugongs in the area are strictly protected.

WA's Environmental Protection Authority have given the green light for Forge Resources to construct and operate an export facility at Balla Balla, midway between Port Hedland and Karratha.

The facility is intended to export about six million tonnes of magnetite concentrate product per year from the Balla Balla mine site, with barges to transfer the material to a vessel 20 km offshore.

Environmental factors including impacts to nearby mangroves and algal mats, and local wildlife including turtles, dugongs and humpback whales were considered.
And EPA chairman Paul Vogel said those concerns could be managed with conditions.



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Open sea trials will examine #seaweed #farming's impact on finfish #aquaculture

Open sea trials will examine #seaweed #farming's impact on finfish #aquaculture | Rescue our Ocean's & it's species from Man's Pollution! | Scoop.it

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“It may also herald the start of a valuable new Australian industry enjoying a growing demand in national and international markets, particularly in Asia, for products derived from seaweed.”


The three-year AUD 1.1 million (USD 1.05 million) project is funded by the Fisheries Research and Development Corporation on behalf of the Australian Government, with contributions from SARDI (a division of Primary Industries and Regions South Australia, or PIRSA) and the University of Adelaide, as well as commercial participants.

 

SARDI researcher, Kathryn Wiltshire, says the trials aim to find the right type of seaweed and determine the mass of seaweed needed to effectively and naturally remove the nutrients created by finfish aquaculture.

Wiltshire says this is the first serious work to have been done in Australia on off-shore farming of native seaweeds.

 

The trials will identify the most suitable species and methods for this type of aquaculture known as integrated multi-trophic aquaculture. It will also provide knowledge on the amount of nutrients removed by seaweeds which will help determine how much seaweed is needed to absorb waste nutrients from finfish aquaculture. This information will also help inform aquaculture development opportunities.


The project will also provide information on methods of seed production, suitable depths for culture, arrangement around farms and preliminary data on seasonal performance to understand the best times of year to plant and to harvest seaweed crops.

 

Gago added that the levels of nutrient byproducts generated by finfish farming were closely monitored under the South Australian Aquaculture Act. This included annual DNA-based tests conducted by SARDI on behalf of the industry sectors, to assess the health of seafloor organisms to ensure the farming is sustainable.

 

The commercial value of the seaweed in its uses as food additives, cosmetics, dietary supplements, herbal products, fertilisers and animal feeds including feed for abalone, was also considered.


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9 Types of #Dolphins You Didn’t Even Know Existed #PHOTOS

9 Types of #Dolphins You Didn’t Even Know Existed #PHOTOS | Rescue our Ocean's & it's species from Man's Pollution! | Scoop.it

Most people have only seen a bottlenose dolphin, but there are 37 types of dolphins swimming in our worlds oceans and rivers."  

 

Cover Dolphin is :: 

Southern Right Whale Dolphin (Lissodelphis Peronei)
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Die-off in Indian River Lagoon killing #dolphins, #manatees

Die-off in Indian River Lagoon killing #dolphins, #manatees | Rescue our Ocean's & it's species from Man's Pollution! | Scoop.it
The Indian River Lagoon on Florida's east coast has long been known as the most diverse ecosystem in North America. Its 156 miles of water boasts more than 600 species of fish and more than 300 kinds of birds.

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How bad is it? In the past week, a dolphin a day has turned up dead in the lagoon, according to Megan Stolen, a research scientist at Hubbs-Sea World Research Institute.

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'Mysterious #Mel' the killer #whale returns to San Diego area - Pete Thomas Outdoors

'Mysterious #Mel' the killer #whale returns to San Diego area - Pete Thomas Outdoors | Rescue our Ocean's & it's species from Man's Pollution! | Scoop.it
A killer whale spotted Thursday at the Coronado Islands, just inside Mexican waters, is a peculiar mammal affectionately nicknamed Mel... or Mysterious Mel.

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A killer whale spotted Thursday at the Coronado Islands, just inside Mexican waters, is a peculiar mammal affectionately nicknamed Mel... or Mysterious Mel.

It's the same orca spotted last June and July in the same area--and during those sightings and Thursday's sighting Mel was seen swimming with a large pod of common dolphins.

That's what makes Mel so peculiar, since killer whales and common dolphins aren't usually friendly toward one another, and since some types of killer whales prey on dolphins.

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New rules for international #trade in timber, #marine and other wild animals and plants come into force

New rules for international #trade in timber, #marine and other wild animals and plants come into force | Rescue our Ocean's & it's species from Man's Pollution! | Scoop.it

178 member States of CITES to implement new listings and 201 Decisions and Resolutions adopted in Bangkok 90 days ago. Six countries enter 
specific reservations to shark and ray listings


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Geneva, 14 June 2013 – The new listings of species and the 165 Decisions and 36Resolutions adopted or revised at the 16th meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) in Bangkok, in March 2013 entered into force on Wednesday 12th June. As a result, the 178 member countries will start regulating the international trade in over three hundred new species now protected by CITES.

The CITES Secretary-General, John E. Scanlon, said: “After a highly successful meeting of the Conference of the Parties in March, we are now moving full steam ahead to implement the decisions taken by the 178 Parties to CITES. Through the CITES permit system, exporters, importers and consumers of precious timber, marine and other valuable species can have confidence that they are using legally and sustainably harvested specimens. The new regulations will also help better ensure that illegal wildlife trade can be identified, intercepted, and responded to, including being treated as a serious crime, where appropriate.”

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State easing #lionfish rules to stem population - KeysNet.com

State easing #lionfish rules to stem population - KeysNet.com | Rescue our Ocean's & it's species from Man's Pollution! | Scoop.it

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Lionfish are considered the super villains of the reef because of their voracious appetites and because they have no known predators.


"Right now it's still illegal to spearfish within 100 yards of shoreline, and there are a lot of lionfish hanging out under bridges in that zone," he said.

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Great #Pacific Garbage Patch #Poisons #MarineLife - #Environmental Activists Wage War

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The world’s cavalier disposal of plastic items, especially plastic water bottles, fishing gear and plastic bags, unknowingly causing the deaths of millions of land and sea mammals, fish, birds and ...

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                               Our progress is 'killing' wildlife !

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