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40 tons of stolen coral reef seized in South China province
date added: 2004-08-26  source: www.china.org.cn

Scientists: 'The World is Simply Running Out of Water'; Meat Eaters Soaking Up the World's Fresh Water
date added: 2004-08-26  source: www.guardian.co.uk

Study: PCB breakdown depends on sediment-specific bacteria
date added: 2004-08-25  source: www.innovations-report.com

Dubai mall planning world's largest aquarium
date added: 2004-08-21  source: www.ameinfo.com

Hawaii drawing waves of ocean researchers; 'we have tremendous assets'
date added: 2004-08-21  source: the.honoluluadvertiser.com

Aussies to muscle in on world bath-sponge market with new find
date added: 2004-08-19  source: www.theage.com.au

Scientists: Rising acidity threatening world's oceans
date added: 2004-08-19  source: news.bbc.co.uk

Scotland launches wave energy test center
date added: 2004-08-17  source: news.bbc.co.uk

Rescued rower eyes Bering Straits; 'I have still got one trip left to do'
date added: 2004-08-17  source: news.bbc.co.uk

Change suspected in northern Pacific Ocean as 'dead zone' reappears; 'Something is fundamentally different'
date added: 2004-08-13  source: www.innovations-report.com

NOAA launches coral reef conservation site; 'We have seen increasing demand for information'
date added: 2004-08-13  source: www.urlwire.com

Rescued rower tells of monster 'rogue' wave; 'I just remember hearing it coming'
date added: 2004-08-12  source: news.bbc.co.uk

Brit woman to butterfly around Manhattan island
date added: 2004-08-12  source: news.bbc.co.uk

Scientists: Nature 'mankind's gravest threat'; Giant tsunamis greater risk than terrorism
date added: 2004-08-12  source: news.bbc.co.uk

anglerfishNorwegian deep-sea explorers 'struck by the diversity of life' at the Mid-Atlantic Ridge
date added: 2004-08-10   source: news.nationalgeographic.com

Thousands of abandoned crab pots still trapping sea life
date added: 2004-08-07  source: seattletimes.nwsource.com

Fertilizers Blamed as Marine Life Struggles in Gulf of Mexico 'Dead Zone'
date added: 2004-08-06  source: www.smh.com.au

deadzonezoom'Dead Zone' May Be Leading to Texas Coastal Shark Bites
date added: 2004-08-06   source: news.bbc.co.uk
pinkladyfog203Brit cross-Atlantic ocean rowers struck by 45ft freak wave
date added: 2004-08-05   source: news.bbc.co.uk

Native American tribes vow to clean up Yukon River; 'The river is us'
date added: 2004-08-05  source: news.nationalgeographic.com

Scottish Conservation Agency Call to End Agony of Birds in Sea Nets; '20 or 30 Dead Birds a Day'
date added: 2004-08-05  source: news.scotsman.com

High-tech tools helping scientists explore mysterious Lake Vostok below Antarctica's ice
date added: 2004-08-04  source: www.sfgate.com

clipperodysseyEco-Tourist Cruise Ship Runs Aground in Alaska, Spills 5,000 Gallons of Diesel Fuel
date added: 2004-08-04   source: seattlepi.nwsource.com
serafrinaWorld-first as Aussie scientists develop 40cm self-controlling submarine
date added: 2004-08-02   source: news.bbc.co.uk

Greenland ice-melt 'speeding up'; 'something very major is happening here'
date added: 2004-07-31  source: news.bbc.co.uk

Indonesian minister says sea water shows no sign of pollution from US mine; 'this isn't Minamata'
date added: 2004-07-31  source: www.terradaily.com

Report: Animal Manure 'Key Pollutant' in Chesapeake Bay 'Dead Zone'; 'I Think the Bay is Getting Impatient'
date added: 2004-07-31  source: www.washingtonpost.com

Fishing ban, simplified management sought for Northwest Hawaiian Islands
date added: 2004-07-29  source: the.honoluluadvertiser.com

From Gulf of Alaska depths, wooden ship gives up secrets
date added: 2004-07-29  source: www.sitnews.us

Stranded fishermen survive 70 day adrift; 'We fished and drank the blood and always we prayed for help'
date added: 2004-07-24  source: www.iol.co.za

Environmentalists call for marine reserve plan for North Sea; 'Today's situation... is total madness'
date added: 2004-07-18  source: news.bbc.co.uk

Study: Oceans Absorb Half the Carbon Produced by Humans; 'A Great Service for Humankind'
date added: 2004-07-17  source: news.nationalgeographic.com

Languid Tigris waters mask Iraq's pollution menace; 'it's an open sewer'
date added: 2004-07-14  source: www.planetark.com

carpathiaSunken Titanic rescue ship 'Carpathia' to be filmed
date added: 2004-07-13   source: news.bbc.co.uk
neemoNASA crew goes underwater to study outer space; 'not a simulation'
date added: 2004-07-11   source: www.spaceref.com

NASA: When the sun shines, plankton makes clouds; 'could slow global warming'
date added: 2004-07-07  source: www.nasa.gov

From Gulf of Alaska depths, wooden ship gives up secrets
date added: 2004-07-29  source: www.sitnews.us

Stranded fishermen survive 70 day adrift; 'We fished and drank the blood and always we prayed for help'
date added: 2004-07-24  source: www.iol.co.za

Environmentalists call for marine reserve plan for North Sea; 'Today's situation... is total madness'
date added: 2004-07-18  source: news.bbc.co.uk

Study: Oceans Absorb Half the Carbon Produced by Humans; 'A Great Service for Humankind'
date added: 2004-07-17  source: news.nationalgeographic.com

Languid Tigris waters mask Iraq's pollution menace; 'it's an open sewer'
date added: 2004-07-14  source: www.planetark.com

carpathiaSunken Titanic rescue ship 'Carpathia' to be filmed
date added: 2004-07-13   source: news.bbc.co.uk
neemoNASA crew goes underwater to study outer space; 'not a simulation'
date added: 2004-07-11   source: www.spaceref.com

NASA: When the sun shines, plankton makes clouds; 'could slow global warming'
date added: 2004-07-07  source: www.nasa.gov

mingcupap203bodyMalaysian Shipwreck Yields Ming Treasure Trove; 'This is a Rare Discovery'
date added: 2004-07-06   source: news.bbc.co.uk

Coral Ecologist: Fish Farms Driving Eliat's Corals to Extinction; 'We Are in the 11th Hour'
date added: 2004-07-04  source: www.planetark.com

Scientist: Desalination is answer to Aussie water shortage
date added: 2004-07-02  source: www.terradaily.com

Report: Dentist's Leftover Mercury Fillings 'Largest Controllable Source of Mercury' in San Francisco Bay
date added: 2004-07-02  source: www.sfgate.com

Scientists return to the Titanic; 'It's a cultural icon and a maritime gravesite'
date added: 2004-07-01  source: news.bbc.co.uk

hotspotsScientist: Deep-sea hot spots harbor abundant life; 'an amazing diversity of animals'
date added: 2004-06-30   source: news.nationalgeographic.com

Research: Shifting Ocean Currents, Not 'Global Warming,' Associated with Rapid Temperature Changes over Last 80,000 Years
date added: 2004-06-30  source: www.innovations-report.com

FBI Warns of Possible Booby-Trapped Foam Containers, Inner Tubes, Buoys in Marinas; Could Blow on Contact
date added: 2004-06-30  source: www.cnn.com

ridgevolcanic2New observations on shape of ocean mountain ranges turn an old idea upside down
date added: 2004-06-26   source: www.innovations-report.com

Expedition Launched to Inventory the Arctic Ocean's 'Lost World' Sealife; 'An Urgent Issue'
date added: 2004-06-26  source: news.bbc.co.uk

Technology opening up deep seas to exploration; 'about 90 percent of the oceans remain unexplored'
date added: 2004-06-25  source: news.nationalgeographic.com

Scientists use diatomic 'signature' to track nutrients around oceans
date added: 2004-06-21  source: news.nationalgeographic.com

Two massive red tides threaten Chinese fisheries; 'mosquitoes and flies could be seen floating on the surface'
date added: 2004-06-20  source: www.iol.co.za

Team of writers, scientists re-creates Steinbeck's voyage to Mexico's once-remote Sea of Cortez; 'A lot of it is gone'
date added: 2004-06-18  source: www.sfgate.com

52 thousand years of marine fertility sheds light on climate change
date added: 2004-06-16  source: www.innovations-report.com

Scientists: Single circulation pattern maintains most ocean life; 'this is really something'
date added: 2004-06-16  source: news.nationalgeographic.com

Great Barrier Reef Becomes World's Largest No-Take Zone; 'We're Not Working in a Biological Vacuum'
date added: 2004-06-16  source: news.nationalgeographic.com

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