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The report highlights many concerns, including the current worry about ocean plastic litter, which it forecasts will treble between 2015 and 2025. Lanternfish are one of many animals that light up the ocean with their glowing bodies. 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] W skład oceanów (układów oceanicznych) wchodzą także mniejsze obszary wodne, jak: morza, zatoki, kanały, zalewy i cieśniny, które od pełnych wód oceanicznych mogą być oddzielone półwyspami, wyspami bądź archipelagami. Wszystkie te zasoby wodne Ziemi określa się łącznie mianem wszechoceanu. JPI Oceans   •   Rue du Trône 130, 1050 Brussels, Belgium Tel. +32 (0)2 626 16 60   •   Fax: +32 (0)2 626 16 61   •   jpioceans@rcn.no Website developed and maintained by VLIZ | Privacy and Cookie policy As mandated by the UN General Assembly, the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) of UNESCO will coordinate the Decade’s preparatory process, inviting the global ocean community to plan for the next ten years in ocean science and technology to deliver, together, the ocean we need for the future we want! +44 (0)20 7292 6161 info@oceanoutdoor.com Terms & Conditions Earth may be the blue planet, but beneath the ocean waves lies a vast forest of green.  On completion of studies a graduate will: -to do designing and construction works in scope of ocean engineering, -to do development works in scope of maritime technology, -to manage of production, exploitation and repairs of ships and others, -to use computers and other new technology, -to know foreign language on level B2 of European System -to work in multi-international teams, -to be ready to studying on higher level. 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. Earth may be the blue planet, but beneath the ocean waves lies a vast forest of green.  Plastic is everywhere – even the deepest parts of the ocean are now awash with it. 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 invest a lot of money and enthusiasm for missions to space – but there’s nothing living out there. The sea bed is teeming with life. We really need a mission to planet ocean – it’s the last frontier.” “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.” Veteran oceanographer Eddy Carmack has witnessed five decades of accelerating change in the Arctic. As he accepted a lifetime achievement award in January, he talks about why ‘pan-Arctic’ research that crosses borders and disciplines is now imperative.about 2 months ago Professor Richard Twitchett explains what a more acidic ocean could mean for the future of marine life. As mandated by the UN General Assembly, the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) of UNESCO will coordinate the Decade’s preparatory process, inviting the global ocean community to plan for the next ten years in ocean science and technology to deliver, together, the ocean we need for the future we want! 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. 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 The deep ocean houses an ecosystem that has learned to thrive without sunlight or warmth. Welcome to the abyss. 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. 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 XPRIZE Ocean Initiative is dedicated to ensuring our ocean is healthy, valued and understood. See award-winning shots capturing life in the ocean. “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.” Veteran oceanographer Eddy Carmack has witnessed five decades of accelerating change in the Arctic. As he accepted a lifetime achievement award in January, he talks about why ‘pan-Arctic’ research that crosses borders and disciplines is now imperative.about 2 months ago 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] 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] 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. 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. 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