More Herring from the Sea?

By Anthony Watts – Re-Blogged From http://www.WattsUpWithThat.com From the NORWEGIAN UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY comes this study where they actually did the experiment right – and dissed other studies where “lab tanks” were used to study the ocean. Herring larvae could benefit from an acidifying ocean

via A Benefit of “Ocean Acidification” – More Herring — US Issues

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How Green is China Going?

This article is brought to you based on the strategic cooperation of The European Sting with the World Economic Forum. Author: Sha Song, Specialist, Knowledge Networks and Sustainable Development, World Economic Forum Beijing After years of heavy industrialization, China’s environmental challenges are nearing a tipping point. The factories and power plants that have driven its economic growth have also […]

via Here’s how China is going green — The European Sting – Critical News & Insights on European Politics, Economy, Foreign Affairs, Business & Technology – europeansting.com

Wildlife Decline in Canada…

Read this report and think Thundering Waters One of the actions we need to take to stop the decimation of wildlife, according to the study – “Expanding Canada’s network of protected areas” – not gut or reduce them! “We have to quit focusing on writing these obituaries for nature,” she added. “Because what we really […]

via Significant Wildlife Declines revealed across Canada in new World Wildlife Fund study|   — Niagara At Large

The Great Wildlife Decline!

The GREAT DECLINE “The disappearance of wildlife species is perhaps the most pressing and serious of all environmental problems, threatening the loss of valuable natural services and, as a result, undermining human well-being. The already accelerating rate of species loss is set to become faster still, as existing pressures arising from human population growth, expansion […]

via Facts — Wildlife-reporter.com

New Zealand Blue Whales…

This 2017 video says about itself: See Blue Whales Lunge For Dinner in Beautiful Drone Footage | National Geographic Scientists filming in the South Ocean off the coast of New Zealand captured this stunning footage of a blue whale eating a mass of krill. The whales can grow up to the length of three school […]

via New Zealand blue whales research — Dear Kitty. Some blog

Ocean marine animals discoveries…

This video from the USA says about itself: 25 October 2017 Join NRDC senior oceans scientist Lisa Suatoni on an animated submersible tour of the weird, wonderful, and imperiled underwater world of the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts National Monument. The ocean floor off the east coast of the United States is carved with canyons deeper […]

via Marine animals discoveries in Atlantic ocean — Dear Kitty. Some blog

Whales without tails!

National Geographic reports Experts say that entanglement in fishing gear and other objects is a likely cause for the gruesome injuries. When the marine mammals feed in areas with lots of fishing gear, debris, and other human-made objects, ropes and nets can get stuck at the base of their tail, gradually sawing off the fluke […]

via Rise in Tailless Whales off California Has Scientists Concerned — Natural History Wanderings