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email : biuro@karchercenter-ocean.pl Michael Lodge admits that but also argues that the areas affected will be tiny compared with the vastness of the oceans – “much less than half a per cent” – and that big areas have been earmarked as reserves to be left untouched. “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. 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? The Big Ocean Button Challenge is a $100,000 app development competition to turn ocean data, into the products and services we need. 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. SeaSee App shows us what the world would look like if the oceans were drained of water, using bathymetric (seafloor depth) data to generate 3D views. This app allows you to explore the ocean floor, from shipwrecks to marine habitats. via senti is a California nonprofit corp | info@heirstoouroceans.com What can antique corals reveal about the impact of climate change on the ocean? 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! Early ancestors of the ocean’s biggest animals once walked on land. Follow their extraordinary journey from shore to sea.  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. Reef ecosystems just below the mesophotic zone – the maximum depth at which tropical reef-building corals can survive – have been largely ignored by ocean explorers. Na niektórych ciałach położonych poza klasycznie definiowaną ekosferą mogą istnieć podpowierzchniowe zbiorniki ciekłej wody. Niektóre z nich tworzą płynną warstwę wody otaczającą cały glob, pokrytą skorupą lodową o wielokilometrowej grubości. Taki podpowierzchniowy ocean posiadają niektóre księżyce planet, w szczególności Europa, a także prawdopodobnie Ganimedes i Kallisto, dwa inne galileuszowe księżyce Jowisza oraz Tytan i Enceladus, krążące wokół Saturna[6]. Ocean na Europie przypuszczalnie ma kontakt ze skalistym wnętrzem księżyca i na jego dnie może mieć miejsce aktywność wulkaniczna lub hydrotermalna; także ocean na Enceladusie rozciąga się między lodową skorupą a skałami[7]. Prawdopodobne oceany na trzech największych księżycach lodowych są uwięzione pomiędzy dwiema warstwami lodu o różnej strukturze krystalicznej i gęstości[8]. Modele ewolucji termicznej wskazują także na możliwość powstania takich zbiorników na niektórych większych obiektach transneptunowych[9] (plutoidach). We’ve drilled the ocean floor for oil and gas, scarred it with trenches for communications cables, poisoned it with old radioactive waste and chemical weapons, and polluted its remotest corners with a blizzard of discarded plastic. So, is mining a step too far? Covering 72 percent of the Earth and supplying half its oxygen, the ocean is our planet’s life support system—and it’s in danger. Watch this video… more A wealth of ocean data has been and is being collected. Many of the datasets are open, yet very few are being used for resource management, business, or conservation. Most businesses, let alone individuals, do not have the time or ability to translate ocean data into actionable information, yet large industries and millions of people rely on the ocean for their livelihoods and well-being. So long as ocean data remain disconnected from services that people and markets can use, we will be unable to engage the numbers of actors needed to address critical ocean challenges. Data collection is not evenly distributed across the ocean — some regions are in need of data acquisition, a need that could be addressed through the development of demand for data services, which will in turn drive demand for data collection tools. Overall, there is a market failure for meaningful data services, and the time is ripe for market development. email : biuro@karchercenter-ocean.pl The Ocean Cleanup is honored to welcome former NOAA Chief Scientist Dr. Richard (Rick) Spinrad as the newest member of our Scientific Advisory Board (SAB). In his advisory role, Dr. Spinrad will focus on challenging our work and designs based on his extensive experience in oceanography and the maritime technology field. His role will… The mission of OceanSITES is to collect, deliver and promote the use of high-quality data from long-term, high-frequency observations at fixed locations in the open ocean. OceanSITES typically aim to collect multidisciplinary data worldwide from the full-depth water column as well as the overlying atmosphere. Scientists testing North Atlantic mesopelagic fish eaten by the ocean’s top predators found that nearly 75 percent were contaminated with microplastic fibers. Researchers have also discovered microplastics in the scat of gray seals and in the Atlantic mackerel they eat.23 days ago 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? Professor Richard Twitchett explains what a more acidic ocean could mean for the future of marine life. One of the authors, Prof Edward Hill from the UK National Oceanography Centre told BBC News: “The ocean is critical to our economic future. Nine billion people will be looking to the ocean for more food. Yet we know so little of what’s down there. The Decade will act to fill major gaps in our knowledge of the ocean and ability to sustainable manage its resources: hello@oceanobservations.com All this, Mesulam says, could be “grievously harmed” by digging up the ocean floor, and he’s become a leading figure in a campaign group, the Alliance of Solwara Warriors, which is opposing Nautilus Minerals. Ocean resources are one of Canada’s most significant potential advantages, with the longest coastline and the fourth largest ocean territory in the world. The Ocean Supercluster will foster new partnerships with industry, post-secondary, government, and other partners, including indigenous communities, to accelerate innovation and commercialization and to drive increased sustainable economic growth from our oceans. “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.” Salmon spawn in cold and frozen oceans, and unlike the other 3 variants, can also spawn in rivers. 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. Sophisticated and sensual. Private and exclusive. 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