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ocean acidification

TGIF: 250+ videos from the deep sea for you to enjoy

• Uncategorized • October 4, 2013

InDEEP and the Deep-Ocean Stewardship Initiative have compiled a massive database of more than 250 online videos featuring ecology, biology, oceanography, and conservation of the deep ocean: Deep-sea Online Videos. There’s a ton of videos in there to explore (especially if you find yourself with an abundance of shutdown related free time). Here’s just one […]

The horrifying physiological and psychological consequences of being Aquaman

A Renewed Sense of Wonder, Aquaman, Challenging the Conventional Narrative, Core Themes for 2012, Popular CultureJuly 18, 2012

Aquaman may not be everybody’s favorite superhero, but since his creation in 1941, he has been among DC’s most enduring icons. During the Golden Age of comic books, he held his own against Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman. Silver Age Aquaman was a founding member of the Justice League. His powers, tied to the ocean, […]

A primer for climate change

Conservation, ScienceJuly 24, 2011

Sea level rise. Desertification. Ocean acidification. Climategate. Permafrost. Greenland ice sheet. Hockey stick. The language of global climate change can be overwhelming. Every year, as we learn more about the ways that human activity fundamentally alter global processes, the subject becomes even broader and more complicated. Fortunately, world renowned oceanographer Orrin Pilkey and his son, […]

Help “A Sea Change” get on Netflix!

UncategorizedSeptember 30, 2010

The fantastic ocean-acidification documentary “A Sea Change” needs your help! They have just become a “saved film” on Netflix, which means that the DVD-rental website is waiting to see how many people add the movie to their queue before deciding whether or not to buy copies of it. If you or anyone you know has […]

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