All posts tagged with Oceans & marine life
10/06/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

According to new findings that were published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, a series of volcanic

http://www.ecology.news/2017-10-06-volcanic-activity-in-antarctica-responsible-for-changes-in-climate-in-the-region-not-global-warming.html

09/28/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

It’s time to update that old saying that “there are plenty of fish in the sea” as scientists warn that

http://www.ecology.news/2017-09-28-fish-populations-are-absolutely-collapsing-across-the-oceans-of-the-world.html

09/25/2017 / By Vicki Batts

A devastating sight came to shore last year, when over a dozen whales beached themselves along the German coastline. Four

http://www.ecology.news/2017-09-25-whales-washed-up-on-germanys-shore-found-to-have-stomachs-full-of-plastic-trash.html

09/24/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

The dispersants used during the cleanup of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill have made the cleanup workers sick. This

http://www.ecology.news/2017-09-24-the-big-2010-oil-spill-killed-aquatic-life-and-ecosystems-now-its-killing-the-cleanup-crew.html

09/11/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Ocean acidification is a phenomenon that has been associated with increased dangers for species of fish, such as leaving them unable

http://www.ecology.news/2017-09-11-ocean-acidification-coral-reef-fish-resilient-climate-change.html

09/08/2017 / By Tracey Watson

With hurricanes Harvey and Irma dominating the headlines one would be forgiven for wondering if these and other natural disasters

http://www.ecology.news/2017-09-08-discovery-of-massive-ruins-of-ancient-roman-city-hit-by-a-tsunami-proves-climate-change-isnt-responsible-for-natural-disasters.html

07/05/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

There is no doubt that human activity is hurting our planet, whether it’s all the plastic winding up in our

http://www.ecology.news/2017-07-05-one-lava-field-eruption-just-emitted-more-climate-change-aerosols-than-all-28-european-countries-combined.html

06/08/2017 / By Amy Goodrich

With so much attention being given to global warming these days it easy to blame our changing climate for everything

http://www.ecology.news/2017-06-08-great-barrier-reef-being-destroyed-by-chemicals-not-global-warming-scientists-pinpoint-the-synthetic-toxins-responsible.html