Now here is a thought: Fishy breath, trampling and carnage are good things (in the right context).
biodiversity, climate change, conservation, nature, ocean, Science, Sustainability, Uncategorized
abundance, algae, atmosphere, biodiversity, carbon, carbon cycle, carbon dioxide, cetacean, climate change, climate crisis, climate regulation, conservation, deep sea, ecology, ecosystem, Environment, food web, herbivores, mammals, oceanography, predator, regulation, resilience, sea-level, seaweed, STEAM, STEM, zooplankton
The National Oceanography Centre in Southampton, UK, has a great outreach programme that includes a series of podcasts called Into the Blue.
Antarctica, climate change, education, learning, nature, Science, technology
climate change, conservation, deep sea, ecology, ecosystem, expedition, history, National Oceanography Centre, natural history, NOC, ocean exploration
Coastal cruises provide many opportunities for undertaking citizen science projects that contribute valuable data to conservation organisations, such as the Marine Conservation Society and the Sea Watch Foundation.
education, learning, nature, pollution, Science
biology, climate change, ecology, Environment, marine litter, Ocean Science, Pelican of London, Plankton, Seas Your Future
I have the feeling that the Antarctic Quest 21 team just sneaked out of the country before more stringent ‘omicron’-related restrictions made it even more difficult to get this expedition on its way.
Antarctica, education, learning, Science, Uncategorized
Antarctic Quest 21, climate change, ecology, Environment, expedition, Microplastics, Ocean Science, pollution