Paul Snelgrove: A census of the ocean

The oceans cover some 70 percent of our planet. And I think Arthur C. Clarke probably had it right when he said that perhaps we ought to call our planet Planet Ocean. And the oceans are hugely productive, as you can see by the satellite image of photosynthesis, the production of new life. In fact, […]

How much of human history is on the bottom of the ocean? – Peter Campbell

Sunken relics, ghostly shipwrecks, and lost cities. These aren’t just wonders found in fictional adventures. Beneath the ocean’s surface, there are ruins where people once roamed and shipwrecks loaded with artifacts from another time. This is the domain of underwater archaeology, where researchers discover and study human artifacts that slipped into the sea. They’re not […]

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