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Marine Conservation Institute
Marine Conservation Institute is dedicated to securing permanent, strong protection for the oceans’ most important places – for us and future generations.
And now, land may be sinking
Study suggests mid-Atlantic is getting lower, which may exacerbate effects of sea-level rise (Harvard Gazette)
Ocean conservation; current challenges and future opportunities by
Call Number: e-book
Publication Date: 2013-04-22
This chapter describes the wealth and variety of marine life, the challenges it faces and the scale of human impacts so far. it first talks about the threats to marine biodiversity, including fisheries exploitation, pollution, climate change and ocean acidification, and habitat loss. then, it provides general principles for conservation of sea. it also sets out a perspective on current conservation and management approaches, and the significant changes needed to these approaches in the future. although marine conservation science has developed theory, concepts and principles, the empirical understanding and evidence base which managers and policy makers seek remain limited, due to the vast scales and diversity of systems and approaches involved.
Marine Conservation by
Publication Date: 2013-12-31
Providing a guide for marine conservation practice, Marine Conservation takes a whole-systems approach, covering major advances in marine ecosystem understanding.
Kanopy Video: Revolution, The Fight to Save our Oceans (83 minutes)
In this multi-award-winning film, Rob Stewart embarks on a global journey to uncover the grave dangers threatening the world's oceans -- and ultimately, humanity -- as well as to learn what it will take to reverse the challenges to life on earth.
From the coral reefs in Papua New Guinea to the rainforests of Madagascar, Stewart's travels reveal that our fate is tied to even the smallest of creatures. Stunning scenes of underwater sea life bring viewers face to face with sharks and lemurs, into the microscopic world of the pygmy seahorse, and on the hunt with the deadly flamboyant cuttlefish.
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