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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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Oceans could return to a picture of health in just one generation

Oceans could return to a picture of health in just one generation | ECO EVOLUTION TODAY | Scoop.it
A major new review calls for urgent action to restore our ailing oceans.
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imagine....

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What is the Great Pacific Ocean Garbage Patch?

What is the Great Pacific Ocean Garbage Patch? | ECO EVOLUTION TODAY | Scoop.it
A huge sea of plastic trash is swirling in the North Pacific — part of an even broader plastic plague that's growing in oceans worldwide.
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sadly - it is not a good place...

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(6) The surprising solution to ocean plastic | David Katz - YouTube

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ocean clean up is the LAST thing we have to do! - view the video....

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'Turtle Journey' film reveals the crisis in our oceans

'Turtle Journey' film reveals the crisis in our oceans | ECO EVOLUTION TODAY | Scoop.it
It's time for swift and immediate action to protect marine life from further devastation.
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turtles with a message....

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Why we need to stop eating fish

Why we need to stop eating fish | ECO EVOLUTION TODAY | Scoop.it
The recent UN biodiversity report states that overfishing is a bigger threat to the world's ocean than plastic or acidification.
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it seems there are many calls for change - but are we listening?

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10 rivers may deliver bulk of ocean plastic

10 rivers may deliver bulk of ocean plastic | ECO EVOLUTION TODAY | Scoop.it
Up to 95 percent of the plastic waste carried out to sea by rivers seems to travel through just 10 waterways, according to a new study.
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problem isolated - now needs a solution 

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