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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.  @oceanprime_cmr Oceans, seas, lakes and other bodies of liquids can be composed of liquids other than water, for example the hydrocarbon lakes on Titan. The possibility of seas of nitrogen on Triton was also considered but ruled out.[74] There is evidence that the icy surfaces of the moons Ganymede, Callisto, Europa, Titan and Enceladus are shells floating on oceans of very dense liquid water or water–ammonia.[75][76][77][78][79] Earth is often called the ocean planet because it is 70% covered in water.[80][81] Extrasolar terrestrial planets that are extremely close to their parent star will be tidally locked and so one half of the planet will be a magma ocean.[82] It is also possible that terrestrial planets had magma oceans at some point during their formation as a result of giant impacts.[83] Hot Neptunes close to their star could lose their atmospheres via hydrodynamic escape, leaving behind their cores with various liquids on the surface.[84] Where there are suitable temperatures and pressures, volatile chemicals that might exist as liquids in abundant quantities on planets include ammonia, argon, carbon disulfide, ethane, hydrazine, hydrogen, hydrogen cyanide, hydrogen sulfide, methane, neon, nitrogen, nitric oxide, phosphine, silane, sulfuric acid, and water.[85] © 2013 oceanpro.com.pl | www.oceanpro.com.pl Scientists are investigating the role microbiomes play in coral health, trying to identity those microbial traits that make coral reefs resilient as ocean temperatures rise and bleaching events accelerate.9 days ago “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.” „Życie to podróż, to ocean” to zapis rozmowy jaką Artur Cieślar odbył z Julią Hartwig, poetką, tłumaczką, eseistką. To niezwykle miła pogawędka dwojga wyważonych, pogodzonych z losem ludzi, którzy ową harmonią, spokojem i ciepłą atmosferą czarują czytelnika od pierwszych słów. Julia Hartwig początkowo nie chciała się zgodzić na ten wywiad. Jest skromna, nie lubi zamieszania wokół siebie i nie przepada za opowiadaniem o swojej osobie. Na tę publikację namówił ją dopiero jej wieloletni przyjaciel, Jerzy Illg. Powstała w ten sposób niewielkich rozmiarów książeczka, w której pani Julia robi wszystko, byle pozostać w cieniu. Żałuję ogromnie, iż autoryzując tekst, usunęła najbardziej intymne zwierzenia i pozbawiła swoich czytelników możliwości głębszego poznania. “Najważniejsze jest to, czy mam coś do przekazania. Jeśli nie, to szkoda sobie i innym zabierać czas”, wyznaje autorka. Widocznie jej przekaz nie musi być pokaźnych rozmiarów, by robił wrażenie. Czy zatem mamy szansę natrafić w… Sustainable development and conservation of ocean and coastal resources requires the insights of a number of monodisciplinary, multidisciplinary as well as integral studies and approaches. The different disciplines may range from the natural and physical sciences to the social sciences, policy analysis, economics, and law. The Nintendo controller speaks to the fish by sending vibrations through the ocean at frequencies higher than humans can hear. These pulses are essentially commands translated into binary code (or perhaps Morse code), which the robo-fish can read despite the background vibrations of the ocean. The researchers tested their creation out in the Pacific Ocean, at depths from zero to 18 meters (59 feet), according to the study published today in Science Robotics. 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! OceanSITES is a worldwide system of long-term, open-ocean reference stations measuring dozens of variables and monitoring the full depth of the ocean from air-sea interactions down to the seafloor. It is a network of stations or observatories measuring many aspects of the ocean’s surface and water column using, where possible, automated systems with advanced sensors and telecommunications systems, yielding high time resolution, often in real-time, while building a long record. Observations cover meteorology, physical oceanography, transport of water, biogeochemistry, and parameters relevant to the carbon cycle, ocean acidification, the ecosystem, and geophysics. The Mars ocean hypothesis suggests that nearly a third of the surface of Mars was once covered by water, though the water on Mars is no longer oceanic (much of it residing in the ice caps). The possibility continues to be studied along with reasons for their apparent disappearance. Astronomers think that Venus had liquid water and perhaps oceans in its very early history.[citation needed] If they existed, all later vanished via resurfacing. The Big Ocean Button Challenge is a $100,000 app development competition to turn ocean data, into the products and services we need. The report says much more knowledge is needed about the ocean. The authors say the world needs a Mission to “Planet Ocean” to mirror the excitement of voyaging to the moon and Mars. Nautilus Minerals forecasts that in copper alone an emerging undersea industry in oceans around the world could be worth $30bn a year by 2030. And it claims that by mining a small area of seabed, the venture will be friendlier to the environment. It contrasts its work with mines on land where trees and topsoil are swept away across vast areas. The amount of noise in the ocean has doubled each decade since the 1950s. “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. The major oceanic divisions – listed below in descending order of area and volume – are defined in part by the continents, various archipelagos, and other criteria.[9][12][18] Uncover the secrets of the largest animals in the ocean. We give youth access to high-level conversation and a platform to showcase their ideas and solutions that can protect our ocean. We foster the entrepreneurial spirit of our members and challenge them to design creative policy and business solutions. SOA currently supports over 160 youth-led sustainability projects around the globe. NRDC works to protect our seas from pollution and exploitation. We help implement laws that allow overfished species to rebound, and we fight to protect coastal communities from offshore drilling. We work to ban destructive fishing practices, conserve ocean treasures, and improve stewardship of the world’s shared oceans, which generate trillions of dollars in economic activity. We must know the value of our ocean to ensure conservation has a voice in ocean development. A team at Massachusetts Institute of Technology has unveiled their own solution—an ultrasound-controlled, soft robotic fish. It’s not the only fish robot out there, but it could be the first that can swim in three dimensions, untethered, in the open ocean. Such a robot has the potential to transform the way biologists study 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] l arginin wirkung frauen 1 potenssiin 64 ingrossare le braccia senza pesi productos para alargar pene como agrandar el pené con ejercicios naturales allungamento schiena in inglese integratori per muscoli gambe come ingrandire il pisello comment prendre du poids en faisant du sport aumentar masa de gluteos prise de masse avant la seche per aumentare la massa muscolare proteine lunghezze medie pene integratori x dolori muscolari purple k creatine dose brincos alargadores pequenos n te potens modi naturali per far aumentare il seno como agrandar gluteos y piernas creatine çeşitleri alargamiento del pene naturalmente durchschnittliche penisgröße ristorante il pennello via dante alighieri 4/r 50122 firenze allungamento muscolare lombare come avere un pene lungo come ingrandire il pene hilfe bei inkontinenz nach prostataoperation migliori integratori per aumentare la massa muscolare potenz stärken prostata e problemi di erezione

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