Thanks to the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration and a joint US-Canadian research team, it is now possible for marine scientists to use satellite data from five-foot-tall Argo floats that drift with deep ocean currents to remotely monitor ocean acidity (pH) and the total carbon dioxide (CO2) content of seawater to better understand changes in ocean chemistry.Read More
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In support of environmental protection
Nearly 200 Democrats back EPA in Supreme Court emissions case https://bit.ly/3u2ssqB
Disinformation and scare tactics--anything but the truth.
Oil firms accused of scare tactics after claiming climate lawsuits ‘a threat to US’ https://bit.ly/3g1TPJ8
Discovering an unknown pristine coral off the coast of Tahiti fills scientists' hearts with a sense of hope.
'Magical' Coral Reef Discovery Near Tahiti Gives Hope to Scientists https://bit.ly/35kuhot
"If you’re someone who cares about water quality and wetlands, “you’re sick to your stomach, This is a very big deal.”
High Court Drops ‘Earthquake’ on Federal Water Protections (1) https://bit.ly/3458W1O
Business seeks a multilateral binding treaty to reduce plastic waste and the production of virgin plastic.
Businesses send powerful signal to UN on need for legally binding plastic pollution treaty https://bit.ly/3u0tYJU