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When you purchase the 4Ocean Signature Blue and Limited Edition Coral Reef Bracelets, we will remove two pounds of trash from the ocean and coastlines and also help to restore and regrow coral reefs through our partnership with the Coral Restoration Foundation*. These bracelets represent your support. Together we’re building an online community for people to share ideas, collaborate, and invent technology that could help keep our oceans healthy. Nine teams are advancing in the XPRIZE Foundation’s $7 million contest to create technologies that will scale up humanity’s ability to understand and chart the deep ocean.10 days ago 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? Exploring and studying them is critical to protect these valuable resources for future generations. Uncover why we need to protect the oceans, find out how to get involved and dive into cutting-edge research about life underwater. ocean late 13c., from O.Fr. occean (12c.), from L. oceanus, from Gk. okeanos, the great river or sea surrounding the disk of the Earth (as opposed to the Mediterranean), of unknown origin. Personified as Oceanus, son of Uranus and Gaia and husband of Tethys. In early times, when the only known land masses were Eurasia and Africa, the ocean was an endless river that flowed around them. Until c.1650, commonly ocean sea, translating L. mare oceanum. Application to individual bodies of water began 14c.; there are usually reckoned to be five of them, but this is arbitrary; also occasionally applied …to smaller subdivisions, e.g. German Ocean “North Sea.” Adrian Glover, a marine biologist at the NHM, has an analogy. Imagine trying to survey a rainforest while hovering in a hot air balloon. Making the task harder is a thick fog. And all you can do is lower a bucket at a few random points to drag up the odd branch and lump of soil. “Think of all the things you’d miss,” he says. “That’s what it’s like investigating the deep ocean.” Charles Moore, who first sailed the so-called Great Pacific Garbage Patch in 1997, has returned five times over 15 years to document the concentrations of plastic in the ocean. His results show microplastics are accumulating at a rapid rate.about 1 month ago In addition, many land animals have adapted to living a major part of their life on the oceans. For instance, seabirds are a diverse group of birds that have adapted to a life mainly on the oceans. They feed on marine animals and spend most of their lifetime on water, many only going on land for breeding. Other birds that have adapted to oceans as their living space are penguins, seagulls and pelicans. Seven species of turtles, the sea turtles, also spend most of their time in the oceans. Nine teams are advancing in the XPRIZE Foundation’s $7 million contest to create technologies that will scale up humanity’s ability to understand and chart the deep ocean.10 days ago The amount of plastic in the ocean is set to treble in a decade unless litter is curbed, a major report has warned. Ocean & Coastal Management is an international journal published 12 times per year dedicated to the study of all aspects of ocean and coastal management at international, national, regional, and local levels. Deep-sea mining plans need a better grasp of ocean floor ecosystems Though the cove was more quiet than the ocean, yet it was fearful enough, even there. Thank the ocean with every breath you take, says Dr Sylvia Earle “That’s understandable for areas that are thousands of miles offshore and miles deep. But tropical deep reefs are just below popular, highly studied shallow reefs – essentially our own backyards. And tropical deep reefs are not barren landscapes on the deep ocean floor: they are highly diverse ecosystems that warrant further study. We hope that by naming the deep-reef rariphotic zone, we’ll draw attention to the need to continue to explore deep reefs.” GCOS Implementation Plan 2016   !NEW! Publications GOOS webinar on OceanSITES’ Unique Role in the Observing System Available here OceanSITES poster at EGU2015 Poster 1 Poster 2 Deep-Ocean T/S Challenge: Contribute a deep-ocean T/S Sensor! More information Our living planet is only as healthy as its oceans. These vast bodies of water cover more than two-thirds of Earth’s surface and are home to some of our most spectacular and treasured life. Oceans regulate our climate, produce half the oxygen we breathe, fuel the water cycle that produces rain and freshwater, sustain the livelihoods of millions, and provide nourishment for nearly 3 billion people. “It’s estimated that 95 per cent of the liveable space on our planet is in the ocean,” said Dr Carole Baldwin, curator of fishes at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History and lead author of the study. Ta rozmowa jest jak życie, raz płynie jak wartka rzeka, innym razem powolutku – delikatnie zaczepiając o problematyczne skałki a czasem zupełnie jak wzburzony ocean. Jestem naprawdę zauroczona osobowością, pozytywnym nastawieniem i otwartością Pani Julii 🙂 Fantastyczna książka. Gorąco polecam! The depths below the ocean’s surface comprise a staggering 95 percent of the Earth’s living space, and much of it is unexplored by humans.  As the world’s population grows, so does the need for food, new energy resources, new blue technologies & jobs while keeping our oceans clean. How can Blue Technology contribute? What is Norway’s role as a Sea Nation? What are the latest advances in: Aquaculture; Deep Sea Mining; Surveillance of Oceans; Autonomous Ships…?  Join us in May, LET’S TALK! The Nature Conservancy’s Rob Weary explains how the group brokered an innovative financing deal that could serve as a model for ocean protection in island developing nations.13 days ago There’s an emerging scientific consensus that the tracts of ocean floor in line to be mined – whether hydrothermal vents or fields of nodules – are thriving habitats with intricate ecosystems. And they are still largely unknown. Approximately 70% of the earth’s surface is covered by the ocean, and the ocean itself consists of approximately 80% deep sea. The deep sea offers enormous potential for ensuring effective and appropriate cycles and processes in the earth’s biosphere. Unfortunately, we have yet to make the most of this potential. This large-scale concept seeks to take advantage of the limitless possibilities of the deep sea by linking together vertically the air, sea surface, deep sea, and sea floor. Now is the time for us to create a new interface with the deep sea, the earth’s final frontier. The pelagic zone can be further subdivided into two subregions: the neritic zone and the oceanic zone. The neritic zone encompasses the water mass directly above the continental shelves whereas the oceanic zone includes all the completely open water. Twenty-four hours have now passed, and we are still tossing about on the ocean. Terrestrial planets will acquire water during their accretion, some of which will be buried in the magma ocean but most of it will go into a steam atmosphere, and when the atmosphere cools it will collapse on to the surface forming an ocean. There will also be outgassing of water from the mantle as the magma solidifies—this will happen even for planets with a low percentage of their mass composed of water, so “super-Earth exoplanets may be expected to commonly produce water oceans within tens to hundreds of millions of years of their last major accretionary impact.”[73] It is often stated that the thermohaline circulation is the primary reason that the climate of Western Europe is so temperate. 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