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Overfishing: Oceans Are Dying Overfishing takes place when the fish are captured at a faster rate than they are able to reproduce.  Today, 90 percent of the sea species at the top position in the marine ecosystems food c The World of 2108 By Captain Paul Watson. I was asked recently what I thought the world would be like in 100 years. The question was meant to solicit if I am an optimist or a pessimist. The fact is that I am 7 Billion Beasts Africa"s a mess. Doesn"t hardly matter what horrid scourge you"re looking for, Africa"s got it: genocide, civil war, systematic rape, dictators, corruption ... not that Asia is any better. Asia"s got Aquacalypse Now: The end of fish Our oceans have been the victims of a giant Ponzi scheme, waged with Bernie Madoff–like callousness by the world’s fisheries. Beginning in the 1950s, as their operations became increasingly indust Lex Natura By Captain Paul Watson. I have the utmost respect for the law. Indeed, it is our duty as citizens of the Earth to live harmoniously within a community of complex interspecies interactions in accordanc We Need to Stop Eating the Oceans By Captain Paul Watson. The Oceans are like the Goose that Laid the Golden Egg. As long as it was alive it laid a golden egg each day but then the greedy farmer decided to kill it to get all the Sharks: Predator or Prey? Located at the top position in the marine ecosystems food chain, sharks play a crucial role in the global balance of the oceans. Sharks are the lions and tiger of the oceans and as an apex predator, t
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Increases in coastal development and precipitation push a parasite from land to sea Krill are disappearing from Antarctic waters Study finds shark fins and meat contain high levels of neurotoxins linked to Alzheimer's disease Gulf of Maine's wild blue mussels disappearing as ocean warms Sea ice loss is putting polar bears in a tough spot Global warming is melting the Greenland Ice Sheet, fast Ocean acidification threatens cod recruitment in the Atlantic Rising temperatures could accelerate radiation induced DNA effects in marine mussels These elephant seals are revealing a new threat caused by melting Antarctic ice Microplastics should be banned in cosmetics to save oceans, MPs say A massive crack is threatening to cause an entire Antarctic ice shelf to collapse Arctic faces ‘boom’ in shipping as ice melts Thousands of strange blue lakes are appearing in Antarctica, and it’s very bad news 'Ecosystem canaries' provide early warning signs of catastrophic changes to ecosystems Study: How climate change affects sperm competition in the sea Antarctic krill habitat could decline by 2100 due to climate change Microbeads could be turning the fish we eat toxic, study finds Coral reefs need fish urine to thrive Global warming causing saltier beaches, study says Russian scientist shoots and kills polar bear in Norway Antarctic phytoplankton impacted by increasing carbon dioxide Ship noise is disrupting the ability of humpback whales to feed Ice loss surpasses poaching as largest threat to Barents Sea polar bear New analysis shows threats to 8,000 Red List species Rising water temperatures and acidification affect important plankton organism Crucial fish species highly vulnerable to oil, study finds More than 60 per cent of coral reef in Maldives hit by bleaching Warming seas linked to rise in cholera bacteria in Europe and US New Hector's dolphins research questioned by expert Under-reporting of catches threatens Caribbean marine life

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Overfishing takes place when the fish are captured at a faster rate than they are able to reproduce.  Today, 90 percent&...

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Located at the top position in the marine ecosystems food chain, sharks play a crucial role in the global balance of the ocea...

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Increases in coastal development and precipitation push a parasite from land to sea

Increases in coastal development and precipitation push a parasite fro…

30-08-2016

Coastal waters near heavy human development are more likely to receive land-based "pathogen pollution," which can include viruses, bacteria and parasites, according to a recent study from the University of California, Davis. The study said...

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Krill are disappearing from Antarctic waters

Krill are disappearing from Antarctic waters

30-08-2016

They may be small, but krill—tiny, shrimp-like creatures—play a big role in the Antarctic food chain. As climate change warms the Southern Ocean and alters sea ice patterns, though, the area of Antarctic water suitable...

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Study finds shark fins and meat contain high levels of neurotoxins linked to Alzheimer's disease

Study finds shark fins and meat contain high levels of neurotoxins lin…

30-08-2016

In a new study, University of Miami (UM) scientists found high concentrations of toxins linked to neurodegenerative diseases in the fins and muscles of 10 species of sharks. The research team suggests that restricting consumption...

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Gulf of Maine's wild blue mussels disappearing as ocean warms

Gulf of Maine's wild blue mussels disappearing as ocean warms

29-08-2016

The Gulf of Maine has historically been home to one of the richest shellfish populations in the U.S. But a recent study by marine ecologists has found that their numbers have declined by over 60...

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Sea ice loss is putting polar bears in a tough spot

Sea ice loss is putting polar bears in a tough spot

26-08-2016

For polar bears on the hunt for food, sea ice is a vital resource. Whether waiting for a seal to come up for air at a breathing hole, or snagging a seal hauled out on...

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Global warming is melting the Greenland Ice Sheet, fast

Global warming is melting the Greenland Ice Sheet, fast

26-08-2016

The Greenland Ice Sheet is losing 110,000 Olympic size swimming pools worth of water each year. A new study measures the loss of ice from one of world’s largest ice sheets. They find an ice loss...

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Ocean acidification threatens cod recruitment in the Atlantic

Ocean acidification threatens cod recruitment in the Atlantic

25-08-2016

Increasing ocean acidification could double the mortality of newly-hatched cod larvae. As one of the most important commercial species in the North Atlantic, Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) has been under intense fishing pressure for decades, causing...

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Rising temperatures could accelerate radiation induced DNA effects in marine mussels

Rising temperatures could accelerate radiation induced DNA effects in …

24-08-2016

Increased sea temperatures could dramatically enhance and accelerate radiation-induced DNA effects in marine invertebrates, a new study suggests. The research for the first time explored the impact of rising temperatures coupled with the presence of tritium,...

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These elephant seals are revealing a new threat caused by melting Antarctic ice

These elephant seals are revealing a new threat caused by melting Anta…

24-08-2016

A new discovery in Antarctica may contain some important insights about the way melting glaciers are affecting the oceans — and it wouldn’t have been possible without the aid of some special helpers. The latest observations...

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Microplastics should be banned in cosmetics to save oceans, MPs say

Microplastics should be banned in cosmetics to save oceans, MPs say

24-08-2016

Microplastic pollution comes from the fragmentation of larger pieces of plastic waste, small synthetic fibres from clothing and the microbeads used in cosmetics and other products. A single shower could result in 100,000 plastic particles...

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A massive crack is threatening to cause an entire Antarctic ice shelf to collapse

A massive crack is threatening to cause an entire Antarctic ice shelf …

24-08-2016

Scientists have been monitoring a fracture in one of the world’s biggest ice shelves, and report that in the last five months alone, it’s grown an extra 22 kilometres (13.67 miles) in length, and now...

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Arctic faces ‘boom’ in shipping as ice melts

Arctic faces ‘boom’ in shipping as ice melts

22-08-2016

The luxury cruise ship Crystal Serenity is embarking on an historic voyage through the Arctic, and it’s likely to herald a surge in similar trips say experts at ICCT. As the Arctic warms, areas once clogged...

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Turtles

60% of Loggerhead turtles stranded on beaches in South Africa had ingested plastic

July 11, 2016,

Turtle herpes outbreak hints at Great Barrier Reef contamination

July 5, 2016,

Turtles increasingly at risk, say experts, as concern for wider health of Great Barrier Reef grows

July 5, 2016,

Trawlers under lens after dead turtles found on Puri beach

January 21, 2016,

Marine Mamals

Sharks

Study finds shark fins and meat contain high levels of neurotoxins linked to Alzheimer's disease

August 30, 2016,

Ominous background music is bad for sharks

August 4, 2016,

More proof of shark hunting in Sabah

July 28, 2016,

China’s biggest shipping line Cosco promises to ban shark fins

July 25, 2016,

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Polar Bears

Sea ice loss is putting polar bears in a tough spot

August 26, 2016,

Russian scientist shoots and kills polar bear in Norway

August 12, 2016,

Ice loss surpasses poaching as largest threat to Barents Sea polar bear

August 11, 2016,

Lawyer says polar bear shooting stinks

July 20, 2016,

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