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Ocean currents greatly affect Earth’s climate by transferring heat from the tropics to the polar regions. Transferring warm or cold air and precipitation to coastal regions, winds may carry them inland. Surface heat and freshwater fluxes create global density gradients that drive the thermohaline circulation part of large-scale ocean circulation. It plays an important role in supplying heat to the polar regions, and thus in sea ice regulation. Changes in the thermohaline circulation are thought to have significant impacts on Earth’s energy budget. In so far as the thermohaline circulation governs the rate at which deep waters reach the surface, it may also significantly influence atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations. Scientists have just defined the newly named rariphotic zone, a layer of ocean between depths of 130 and 300 metres (400 and 1,000 feet) – a low-light or “twilight zone” in deeper reef regions. Thank the ocean with every breath you take, says Dr Sylvia Earle A mission to map the hidden ocean floor Cod: Normal, cold, lukewarm oceans and deep variants Salmon: Normal, frozen rivers, cold, frozen oceans and deep variants Puffer Fish: Lukewarm, warm oceans and lukewarm deep oceans Tropical Fish: Lukewarm, warm oceans and lukewarm deep oceans Vast and wondrous, our ocean covers more than 70% of our planet. It controls the weather and climate. It provides life, food and medicine. It is key to a thriving global economy and has inspired art, poetry and tales of adventures for centuries. Yet through neglect and a startling lack of access it has lingered as an afterthought in our conservation and exploration efforts. 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. Endangered Waves can empower and incentivize surfers (there are 24 million worldwide) to monitor the health of their coastlines through crowdsourced data. Surfers can use this app to create crowdsourced data to identify and then reduce hazards in their local surf breaks. In the US, tourism and recreation comprise 72% of employment in the ocean economy and 31% of its gross value. Creating apps that cater to this market isn’t indulgent, it’s good business sense. „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… Tins of tuna state that they are “dolphin-friendly” so should products using cobalt say if the metal was mined on land or in the ocean? What would the best choice be anyway? Should the vents so special to Attenborough be spared and only nodule mining allowed? According to a scientific meeting at the Museum this week, mining the deep ocean for minerals could cause wide-ranging, decades-long disturbances to the seafloor’s diverse ecosystems. OMI serves to enrich and expand the public’s understanding of ocean science and conservation through the collaborative creation, exhibition, and open-distribution of innovative visual media as well as artistic approaches to ocean education. Researchers have found seven new animal species living along the Southwest Indian Ridge, 3,000 metres beneath the surface of the ocean, in an area targeted for deep-sea mining. The Proclamation of the Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development by the UN General Assembly marks the beginning of a process of consultations with all ocean stakeholders, coordinated by UNESCO’s IOC, to prepare a concerted Decade Implementation Plan. “It’s estimated that 95 percent of the livable space on our planet is in the ocean, yet only a fraction of that space has been explored,” said study lead author Carole Baldwin of the NMNH. First, there were the fish. Then (about 400 million years later) there was a lot of fishing. That’s when we came along. An eclectic bunch of design thinkers, business consultants, journalists, and scientists, we believe in the power of entrepreneurship and collaboration as potent forces for positive change in the world—including in the oceans. The report highlights many concerns, including the current worry about ocean plastic litter, which it forecasts will treble between 2015 and 2025. This scientific research informs debates on issues including climate change, ocean acidification and plastics in the sea. But it stresses that the ocean is being assailed from many different types of pollution – including run-off pesticides and fertilisers from farms, industrial toxins like PCBs, and pharmaceuticals. Seychelles has announced two new Marine Protected Areas covering 210,000 square kilometers of biodiverse ocean waters. In fact, getting to the deepest reaches of the ocean is so expensive that some people – like Oscar-winning director James Cameron – take it upon themselves to explore underwater spaces rarely visited by humans. 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.” It looks like a fish, moves like a fish, but it’s definitely a robot. It’s name is SoFi (short for soft robotic fish), and according to its creators at MIT’s computer science and AI lab CSAIL, it’s the most versatile bot of its kind. And with its built-in cameras, scientists should be able to use SoFi to get close to the ocean’s inhabitants without spooking them — hopefully giving us greater insight into the lives of under-observed sea creatures. Sustainable development and conservation of ocean and coastal resources requires the insights… We are a nonprofit systems change incubator. We work with industry players, technologists, and NGOs to create business solutions to ocean challenges. The Ocean Supercluster recognizes that ocean strengths and capabilities—largely in the Atlantic Provinces—can be leveraged to accelerate the development and benefits of ocean resources for all of Canada. We very much want you on board this wave, with upswells worldwide of people who will inherit the oceans.   A school of 6 cod fish swimming in an ocean. What was the ocean like when dinosaurs roamed the Earth? As Sharp puts it, the revelation that the deep sea mining project was fake was “a sudden shock” to other mining companies and also to diplomats at the UN who were right in the middle of negotiating future rights to ocean minerals. Share prices tumbled amid a wave of recriminations. OMI serves to enrich and expand the public’s understanding of ocean science and conservation through the collaborative creation, exhibition, and open-distribution of innovative visual media as well as artistic approaches to ocean education. 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. 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