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ECO EVOLUTION TODAY - curated by Al Cannistra. A brief look into ecological and evolutionary dynamics, often the subject of opinionated debate. #SanAntonioONE    #ECOEvolutionToday   #AlCannistra
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Ocean creatures keep millions of viruses at bay

Ocean creatures keep millions of viruses at bay | ECO EVOLUTION TODAY | Scoop.it
A new study finds some marine animals are brilliant virus exterminators.
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so all we need to do is look under water and figure out how these creatures keep the viruses at bay....

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Searing Bands of White Light Mark the Ocean’s Rising Tides in a Coastal Community

Searing Bands of White Light Mark the Ocean’s Rising Tides in a Coastal Community | ECO EVOLUTION TODAY | Scoop.it
A chilling new installation in the Outer Hebrides shows the impact of climate change and rising tides on the low-lying islands off the west coast of Scotland. Lines (57° 59 ́N, 7° 16 ́W)  was created by Finnish artists Pekka Niittyvirta and Timo Aho for Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum & Arts Centre in
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an awakening...

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Can beautiful photography save the world's oceans?

Can beautiful photography save the world's oceans? | ECO EVOLUTION TODAY | Scoop.it
These ambitious conservation photographers have set a goal to protect 20 percent of the world's oceans by 2020.
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great video in this story - the oceans matter

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Huge freshwater aquifer found under the ocean

Huge freshwater aquifer found under the ocean | ECO EVOLUTION TODAY | Scoop.it
The aquifer is hundreds of feet under the seabed, spans 200 miles along the U.S. East Coast, and hints at similar deposits elsewhere.
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there is a huge source of fresh water - under the ocean...

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Ocean pollution is no laughing matter

Ocean pollution is no laughing matter | ECO EVOLUTION TODAY | Scoop.it
Comic artist Rob Lang gives voice to marine life and their thoughts about ocean pollution.
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in a way, the comics say what needs to be said - the question is - what to do?

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