Phytoplankton


'Phytoplankton' - 6 News Result(s)

  • Earth May Lose Its Blue Colour by 2100: MIT Study

    Earth May Lose Its Blue Colour by 2100: MIT Study

    MIT study said the blue regions, such as the subtropics, will turn shades darker, reflecting even less phytoplankton - and life in general - in those waters.

  • Climate Change Will Alter The Colour Of The Oceans, New Research Finds

    Climate Change Will Alter The Colour Of The Oceans, New Research Finds

    By the end of the century, if not sooner, the world's oceans will be bluer and greener thanks to a warming climate, scientists reported Monday. And while the shift in color will be all but imperceptible to the human eye, it could hint at the profound changes in store for a wide array of marine life.

  • Loss Of Ocean Oxygen To Become Widespread By 2030s: Study

    Loss Of Ocean Oxygen To Become Widespread By 2030s: Study

    There is bad news for marine life as a new study has found that loss of oxygen in oceans due to climate change which is already discernible in some parts of the world should be evident across large regions of the oceans between 2030 and 2040.

  • Engineering Climate: From Pariah To Saviour?

    Engineering Climate: From Pariah To Saviour?

    Once dismissed as dangerous science fiction, schemes to stave off global warming by re-engineering Earth's climate may well gain in traction as a result of the Paris agreement.

  • Global Warming Could Cause Fall in Oxygen on Earth: Study

    Global Warming Could Cause Fall in Oxygen on Earth: Study

    Earth's oxygen could dramatically fall due to change in ocean temperature of just several degrees, which may likely result in the mass mortality of animals and humans, a new study has claimed.

  • NASA to Study How Plants and Oceans Absorb Carbon

    NASA to Study How Plants and Oceans Absorb Carbon

    NASA is interested in studying how oceans and plant ecosystem take up carbon, and if the warming climate will prevent them from doing so in the future.

'Phytoplankton' - 6 News Result(s)

  • Earth May Lose Its Blue Colour by 2100: MIT Study

    Earth May Lose Its Blue Colour by 2100: MIT Study

    MIT study said the blue regions, such as the subtropics, will turn shades darker, reflecting even less phytoplankton - and life in general - in those waters.

  • Climate Change Will Alter The Colour Of The Oceans, New Research Finds

    Climate Change Will Alter The Colour Of The Oceans, New Research Finds

    By the end of the century, if not sooner, the world's oceans will be bluer and greener thanks to a warming climate, scientists reported Monday. And while the shift in color will be all but imperceptible to the human eye, it could hint at the profound changes in store for a wide array of marine life.

  • Loss Of Ocean Oxygen To Become Widespread By 2030s: Study

    Loss Of Ocean Oxygen To Become Widespread By 2030s: Study

    There is bad news for marine life as a new study has found that loss of oxygen in oceans due to climate change which is already discernible in some parts of the world should be evident across large regions of the oceans between 2030 and 2040.

  • Engineering Climate: From Pariah To Saviour?

    Engineering Climate: From Pariah To Saviour?

    Once dismissed as dangerous science fiction, schemes to stave off global warming by re-engineering Earth's climate may well gain in traction as a result of the Paris agreement.

  • Global Warming Could Cause Fall in Oxygen on Earth: Study

    Global Warming Could Cause Fall in Oxygen on Earth: Study

    Earth's oxygen could dramatically fall due to change in ocean temperature of just several degrees, which may likely result in the mass mortality of animals and humans, a new study has claimed.

  • NASA to Study How Plants and Oceans Absorb Carbon

    NASA to Study How Plants and Oceans Absorb Carbon

    NASA is interested in studying how oceans and plant ecosystem take up carbon, and if the warming climate will prevent them from doing so in the future.

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