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Google pulls Oceana's ad protesting ocean sewage dumping by Royal Caribbean Cruises
date added: 2004-02-18  source:

1,136 Scientists Call for Protection of Deep-Sea Corals; 'We Don't Have Much Time'
date added: 2004-02-18  source:

North Sea oil giant, scientists film marine life beneath oil rigs in ground-breaking collaboration
date added: 2004-02-17  source:

Report: global climate changes pose threat to coral reefs; 'we're really outside of any normal envelope'
date added: 2004-02-17  source:

Scientist: Ocean 'Iron Fertilization' Cure for Global Warming Still Unproved; 'Result Has Not Been Shown'
date added: 2004-02-17  source:

Industry moves to stop alien invaders in ship's ballast tanks; 'anything short of the immediate unacceptable'
date added: 2004-02-12  source:

Environmentalist: gov'ts must act, Pacific Ocean at risk of pollution, overfishing; 'global implications'
date added: 2004-02-07  source:

High-tech buoys unravel secrets of the sea; researchers to study ocean changes, even raindrops
date added: 2004-02-06  source:

NASA satellites see ocean conditions in 3-D, improve forecasts
date added: 2004-02-04  source:

Appeal promised as Exxon is hit with $6.75 billion oil spill bill
date added: 2004-02-03  source:

Environmentalists, Fishing Enthusiasts Supporting Bill to Ban Shining Lights on Ocean
date added: 2004-02-03  source:

'Last chance' for the Southern Ocean as fish piracy damages ecosystem; 'global ramifications'
date added: 2004-01-29  source:

Salvage team in three-year plan to raise, restore German battleship Graf Spee
date added: 2004-01-28  source:

Hitler's Chemical Weapons a Seeping Menace from the Seabed; 'This Problem is Not Going to Go Away'
date added: 2004-01-27  source:

Archaeologists bid to find lost Persian armada; 'a trireme is on most people's lists'
date added: 2004-01-22  source:

Kiwi conservationists urge removal of artificial reef from marine reserve; 'it doesn't leave the reserve in its natural state'
date added: 2004-01-20  source:

UN Warns Major Asian Lake May Dry Up; 'Could Meet a Similar Fate to the Aral Sea'
date added: 2004-01-20  source:

Russian scientists create Baltic atlas of sunken ships
date added: 2004-01-16  source:

Chinese develop precision underwater GPS
date added: 2004-01-14  source:

Next-generation robots take the plunge; 'we're on the verge of a new era of ocean science'
date added: 2004-01-14  source:

seaweediinvasionMaui battling alien seaweed invasion; 'we have to cure the problem'
date added: 2004-01-08   source:

Aircraft-borne laser may help target ocean trash; 'shows up as a shadow'
date added: 2004-01-05  source:

Son Drowns While Swimming Out to Sea to Scatter Father's Ashes; 'The Water Took Him'
date added: 2004-01-03  source:

Eco-groups: seamount ecosystems threatened by commercial fishing fleets; 'unsustainable levels'
date added: 2003-12-16  source:

Kiwi fishermen hit by 15-foot wall of water; 'I've never seen such a big black wall in my life'
date added: 2003-12-12  source:

Researchers Develop New Hybrid Vehicle to Reach the Deepest Parts of the Ocean Floor
date added: 2003-12-12  source:

NASA to monitor coral reef health from the sky
date added: 2003-12-11  source:

Rising Seas to 'Drown' Indian Cities; 'Bombay, Calcutta and Madras will be Completely Submerged'
date added: 2003-12-10  source:

Survey finds huge deep-sea coral fields off the UK coast; 'a very rich, very diverse range of marine life'
date added: 2003-12-06  source:

Scientists Document 23,000 Years of Coral History on Vanuatu; Longest Continuous Growth Ever Studied
date added: 2003-12-06  source:

Hawaiian reef study provide insight into destruction; 'it's not rocket science'
date added: 2003-12-05  source:

Marine scientists: nutrient pollution boosts coral-killing fungi, bacteria
date added: 2003-12-03  source:

Famously polluted canal now supports one of the fastest growing fish populations in the UK; 'a little short of astounding'
date added: 2003-11-28  source:

New Zealand threatens ban over Brit's attempt to row again; 'we would be strongly advising him against it'
date added: 2003-11-23  source:

Norwegian oil company has big plans to re-inject CO2 under the seabed; 'method has enormous potential'
date added: 2003-11-22  source:

disabledrower203Brit with cerebral palsy to start cross-Atlantic row
date added: 2003-11-20   source:

Sponges may be answer to reef paradox: profusion of coral in nutrient-poor waters
date added: 2003-11-19  source:

French report slams Spain over Prestige oil spill; actions 'worsened tanker tragedy'
date added: 2003-11-17  source:

Conservationists rally to save Baja's dying Sea of Cortez; poor management and overfishing corrupt once-pristine waters
date added: 2003-11-14  source:

Prestige oil spill may hurt Spain for ten years, cost $5.7 billion; 'the disaster continues today'
date added: 2003-11-12  source:

Volcanic mystery unraveled underwater: seawater steam has a 'major role in building new oceanic crust'
date added: 2003-11-12  source:

Five Countries Sign Caspian Sea Pact, Agree to Reduce Sewage and Industrial Waste Dumped into the Sea
date added: 2003-11-08  source:

Harvesting of Bahamas coral for a cosmetic provides marine biologist with an ideal 'experiment'
date added: 2003-11-06  source:

French Woman Completes Peru to Tahiti Windsurfing Journey
date added: 2003-11-06  source:

Report: high seas pirate attacks surge; Indonesian waters 'most dangerous in the world'
date added: 2003-11-03  source:

Dam the final chapter in tragedy of Aral Sea; 'the world's worst environmental disaster'
date added: 2003-11-01  source:

Work to avert USS Arizona oil spill to continue; vessel 'could at any time release a large volume of oil'
date added: 2003-10-31  source:

Sewage killing Tobago's Buccoo Reef; 'a few years ago, it was entirely different'
date added: 2003-10-29  source:

Epileptic rower ends cross-Atlantic bid; 'we knew sea sickness would be a problem'

Jordan, Israel work to revive the dead sea; 'we are losing a very, very beautiful and important place'

Historic wreck found in Hawaii; USS Saginaw first American warship built on the West Coast

China Starts Scientific Research in the 'Sea of Death'

South American glaciers melting faster; 0.5 millimeter sea level rise in the past 5 years

Indian Ocean Sea Surface Temperatures Linked to West African Drought; 'Where Does This Trend Come From?'

Man with cerebral palsy to row the Atlantic for charity

'Nano-turf' could bring 'non-stick' submarines; 'this will work better than anything else you know'

Plan to Keep Ships off Australia's Great Barrier Reef Under Fire

Scientists worried as mysterious 'white' syndrome kills off Hawaiian coral; 'this is a wake-up call'

Decline in oceans' phytoplankton alarms scientists; linked to warming oceans?

Pollution fears for 'pearl of Siberia', Lake Baikal; 'one fifth of the earth's fresh water'

Environmentalists Protest as Toxic US Navy 'Ghost Fleet' Ships Set Sail for the UK

Research: Little Effect from Arctic Offshore Oil Drilling; 'The Entire Offshore Area Was Near Pristine'

Aussie scientists aim to filter out ship ballast 'alien' organisms; 'with the sea monkeys we've had some quite dramatic results '

NZ Scientists: Tasman Sea Getting Warmer; 'It Must Be Caused by Remote Processes'

Report: Pakistani Oil Spill Killing Marine Plants, Threatening Mangrove

French woman survives flash flood flush through sewer; 'she's come back to us after going through an awful lot'

New seabed mapping technology revealing Britain's drowned landscapes; 'what we saw was astonishing'

Enlarged 'Dead Zone' Ripples Across Lake Erie; 'Nature Has a Way of Dealing With Imbalances'

Research: rising ocean temps killed 90% of Indian Ocean near-surface corals in 1998

Scientists to embark on three-year study of the Great Barrier Reef sea floor

Study: Ocean Plant Life Productivity Declining

Washington State's Hood Canal Marine Life Struggling For Oxygen; 'We Need To Find Out What is Going On'

UN: unregulated 'high seas' need special attention; 'about 75 percent of fish stocks are right at their limit'

Unprecedented census of the seas begins; 'you can't use something that you haven't inventoried'

NASA: Oceans Will Soak Up Excess Atmospheric Heat For the Next 50 Years

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