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Avoiding Irreversible Ocean and Polar Thresholds ~ Oceans (Part 1)

In a panel discussion on Avoiding Irreversible Ocean and Polar Thresholds globally, Dr Carol Turley introduces specialist speakers on the subjects of Oceans, Polar Ice, Sea Rise and Oceanic solutions at COP 22, Marrakech. Mr Philip Duffy (Physicist) and President and Executive Director at Woods Hole Research Centre gives and ...

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Survival of Ocean Life ~ The Human Impact Factor!

Mother Channel interviews Ms Natalya Gallo, a PhD student at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography and fellow of Centre for Marine Biodiversity and Conservation and Mr Dimitri Kalitschenko of Québec-Océan who speak about the IPCC’s Fifth Assessment Report (AR5) Water/Air Report and the survival of Ocean life. Natalya expanded on ...

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COP 22 ~ Climate Change Effect on Deep Ocean Biodiversity realms

Dr Lisa Levin (Dir. Center for Marine Biodiversity and Conservation at Scripps Institution of Oceanography) introduces a panel of specialists during a Group discussion on Climate Change in the Deep Half of the Planet, at COP 22, Marrakech 2016. The discussion centers around the largest habitat on Earth – Deep ...

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Sustainable Marine Resource harvesting – Local divers

The small mining community of San Juan de Marcona, one of five districts in the province of Nazca, Southern Peru, depends on the port and most of its 20 thousand inhabitants who are fishermen and local divers who practice sustainable marine resource harvesting. The major industry here is the Marcona ...

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COP 20 Pacific Ocean El Niño Impacts

NASA presenter, speaks on the observation results of the physical, biological and atmospheric impacts of the  Pacific Ocean El Niño, taken via various measuring and recording methodologies, e.g.  satellite imagery, ocean measuring instruments, among others, at US Center, Pacific Ocean El Niño impacts, COP 20, Lima. NASA’s Earth Observing fleet ...

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