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Exploration
Researchers found significant geothermal heat beneath the Thwaites Glacier in West Antarctica - an ice stream that is responsible for four per cent of global sea-level rise. Read More
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Ocean Pollution
Thailand bans sunscreens that contain chemicals from all of its marine parks as millions of tourists visit the country’s beaches each year. Read More
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Conservation
The UK government recently announced that it would ban the import and export of detached shark fins as well as products containing them – a move welcomed by the conservation world. Read More
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Conservation
Research sailing vessel Barba sets sail from Norway on four-month research and communications expedition to the Arctic. Read More
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Oceanographic Magazine is looking for a Digital Editor to join its team. Read on for more information and how to apply. Read More
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Marine Life
NASA is calling upon citizen scientists to help analyse coral data via a video game called NeMO-Net. Read More
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Exploration
Using Ran, an uncrewed submarine, researchers have successfully obtained data from underneath Thwaites Glacier, also known as the Doomsday Glacier. Read More
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Marine Life
The UK Government Blue Belt programme is rolling out an expansive ocean monitoring system - named the Global Ocean Wildlife Analysis Network - so that scientists can improve their understanding of the marine environment and better protect marine life. Read More
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Ocean Pollution
Scientists from the University of York have said that more research is urgently needed on the environmental impact of sunscreen on the world's coral reefs. Read More
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