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While all major international assessments find that much of the ocean is now seriously degraded, there is an increasingly urgent need to find scientific solutions that allow us to understand the changes taking place in our ocean, and to reverse the declining health of our planet’s largest ecosystem. The Decade will act to fill major gaps in our knowledge of the ocean and ability to sustainable manage its resources: SOpHIE was designed to serve those working in aquaculture, fisheries, and coastal monitoring, by delivering daily metrics of ocean acidification.This app lets users know if a site that matters to them is at risk from ocean acidification. Oceans X Labs, a joint initiative of Conservation X Labs and WWF, is matching big ideas with the brightest minds in search of solutions to the global challenges of oceans conservation. The mid-ocean ridges of the world are connected and form a single global mid-oceanic ridge system that is part of every ocean and the longest mountain range in the world. The continuous mountain range is 65,000 km (40,000 mi) long (several times longer than the Andes, the longest continental mountain range).[28] There, we might find something to eat; of which there was little hope, out on the ocean. When you purchase the 4Ocean Limited Edition Coral Reef Bracelet, we will remove one pound of trash from the ocean and coastlines and also help to restore and regrow coral reefs through our partnership with the Coral Restoration Foundation*. This bracelet represents your support. Beaked whales can dive 2,000 metres below the ocean’s surface. Why and how do they do it? Lifeforms native to the ocean include: An expert in underwater filming, Orla Doherty is one of the lucky few to have explored the deepest parts of the ocean. Theoretical models have been used to predict with high probability that GJ 1214 b, detected by transit, is composed of exotic form of ice VII, making up 75% of its mass,[70] making it an ocean planet. Thank you for considering a donation to Ocean Media Institute. As a creative media hub, OMI fosters the democratization of ocean science by working collaboratively with organizations, academic institutions, aquaria, and museums across the globe to produce and openly distribute innovative visual stories to address ocean issues. You can be assured that any financial contribution you make will go directly to expanding our shared vision for ocean conservation. A zone of rapid salinity increase with depth is called a halocline. The temperature of maximum density of seawater decreases as its salt content increases. Freezing temperature of water decreases with salinity, and boiling temperature of water increases with salinity. Typical seawater freezes at around −1.9 °C at atmospheric pressure. If precipitation exceeds evaporation, as is the case in polar and temperate regions, salinity will be lower. If evaporation exceeds precipitation, as is the case in tropical regions, salinity will be higher. Thus, oceanic waters in polar regions have lower salinity content than oceanic waters in temperate and tropical regions.[55] Heirs to Our Oceans is a rising tide of young leaders around the globe who are taking the ocean crisis into their own hands, educating themselves and others, bringing hope and solutions to the surface, and creating waves of change that will ensure the health of our blue planet for their generation and for future generations. “We have largely thought of fish as very alien and very simple, so we didn’t really care how we killed them,” Braithwaite says. “If we look at trawl netting, that’s a pretty gruesome way for fish to die: the barometric trauma of getting ripped from the ocean into open air, and then slowly suffocating. Can we do that more humanely? Yes. Should we? Probably, yes. We’re mostly not doing it at the moment because it’s more expensive to kill fish humanely, especially in the wild.”  @oceanprime_cmr In an air-conditioned cabin in a teeming port in Papua New Guinea, Leslie Kewa reaches for a joystick that will control a machine the size of a house. Nearly half a century after the CIA men pretended to mine the ocean floor, he’s about to do it for real. Jim Mosher of Clearwater Seafood discusses how GIS will be critical to maintaining sustainable ocean ecosystems Graduates obtain advanced  general technical knowledge and skills necessary for creative use in the design, construction, repair and operation of ships, ocean engineering objects and systems present in the maritime sector. Graduate is prepared to execute designing and construction works in the area of ​​Ocean Engineering; conducting scientific researches in the area of ​​Ocean Engineering; production management, operation and  repairs of ships and ocean engineering objects and teamwork in an international environment. A graduate is also prepared to work in factories of widely recognized shipbuilding sector; designing and engineering offices of shipbuilding and maritime branch; R & D centres of shipbuilding and maritime economy; enterprise advisory and consulting services in the area of ​​Ocean Engineering; shipbuilding classification institutions; Maritime Administration and the international institutions of the naval sector. Graduates should have instilled habits of lifelong learning and professional development and be prepared to take up research challenges and to study the third degree. The XPRIZE Ocean Initiative is dedicated to ensuring our ocean is healthy, valued and understood. Innovation and technology are essential components in our effort to restore the health of the ocean. SOA’s Ocean Solutions Accelerator encourages entrepreneurship and advances the initiatives of ocean-focused startups with revenue-generating technology solutions. Some planets and natural satellites outside the Solar System are likely to have oceans, including possible water ocean planets similar to Earth in the habitable zone or “liquid-water belt”. The detection of oceans, even through the spectroscopy method, however is likely extremely difficult and inconclusive. The ocean covers more than two-thirds of our planet, and there’s so much of it left unexplored. How are we humans supposed to blend in to uncover all of its secrets, when our observation tools are hooked to clunky vehicles with fish-scaring propellers and jets? In-depth coverage of ocean health. Learn more about us. The bluish color of water is a composite of several contributing agents. Prominent contributors include dissolved organic matter and chlorophyll.[31] Mariners and other seafarers have reported that the ocean often emits a visible glow which extends for miles at night. In 2005, scientists announced that for the first time, they had obtained photographic evidence of this glow.[32] It is most likely caused by bioluminescence.[33][34][35] Ocean’s design is influenced by its coastal setting. Blues, whites and beiges create a modern classic look, while delightful hand-crafted furniture and specially commissioned artwork emphasise the feeling of luxury. White American shutters frame stunning views over the gardens to the ocean beyond. The deep ocean houses an ecosystem that has learned to thrive without sunlight or warmth. Welcome to the abyss. Another of the authors, the chief scientist for the UK government’s environment department Ian Boyd, agreed: “The ocean is out of sight, out of mind,” he said. Most studies looking at how corals will respond to future increases in ocean acidity are based on laboratory studies. This week in the journal Nature, researchers reported on a large-scale experiment to simulate these conditions in a natural coral ecosystem. Thank you for considering a donation to Ocean Media Institute. As a creative media hub, OMI fosters the democratization of ocean science by working collaboratively with organizations, academic institutions, aquaria, and museums across the globe to produce and openly distribute innovative visual stories to address ocean issues. You can be assured that any financial contribution you make will go directly to expanding our shared vision for ocean conservation. In the center of the Pacific Ocean gyre our researchers found more plastic than plankton. A Plastic Ocean documents the newest science, proving how plastics, once they enter the oceans, break up into small particulates that enter the food chain where they attract toxins like a magnet. 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