Ocean acidification

Online Gaming – 10 Tips On How To Keep Your Clan Active

Causes of inactiveness “Know your enemy” as an old saying goes. If you want to use the right tool to counter inactiveness, you will first have to find out what causes the inactiveness and in which area. An example: if your clan members barely visit your clan website and forums, countering this with organising an internal ladder is not the ...

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Climate Change Due to Global Warming – Faster Than Expected

An increasingly large amount of peer-reviewed research, published since the IPCC 4th Assessment Report was released in 2007, shows that climate change is occurring right now, and that it is much faster than predicted just two years ago. Climate Change Is Happening Now Climate change is no longer a theory to be debated or denied. A large amount of scientific ...

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The Death of Waterlife

Every sea mammal and every type of fish, crustacean, and mollusk are on the critical list. So are the seabirds and the bears that depend on fish for their survival. Even the microscopic animals of the seas are in trouble. This is because air and industrial pollution is changing the acidity level of the oceans and poisoning sea life; Because ...

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The Round Singapore Island Historical Tour

Singapore has many citizens of Chinese descent and the main tour companies are in Chinese hands. We found this out when we were picked up at our hotel. We thought that the bus picking us up was our tour bus but it was simply picking up people going on all different tours that day. We were transferred to Chinatown where ...

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Explore The Coral Reefs Of The Cook Islands

If you're looking for the perfect island getaway in the South Pacific that offers everything from a vibrant and exciting culture to all the regular island activities like snorkeling, scuba diving, hiking and fishing, then a stay at a Cook Islands resort in Rarotonga may be just what you are looking for. Rarotonga boasts a strong tourism industry with a ...

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A Beginner's Guide to Food Webs

Remember when you learned about food chains ? The algae gets eaten by the little fish, the little fish gets eaten by the bigger fish, and the bigger fish gets gobbled up by the giant fish. Right? The thing is, in real life, the food chain can get a little tangled. Fish get eat by all kinds of critters: seals, ...

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The Summer Of The Sun

As the soft gentle breeze of hot summer winds begin to ebb ominous signs have appeared foretelling of opponents yet to unfold. Amidst already scorching summer heat where temperatures have reached record levels all around the globe continues to confirm what scientists have been warning the public for years. To the chagrin of many Republican Presidential hopefuls the scientific community ...

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Red, Irritated Penis Skin – How to Treat It, How to Avoid It

It is a natural reaction for men to worry if they start noticing their penis skin becoming red and irritated. The usual culprits for these skin conditions are frequent masturbation or aggressive sex that can result in red, irritated penis skin. However, an inflammation of the penile glans (often referred to as balanitis) is quite common. It is predominantly a ...

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How Climate Change Will Affect The Humboldt Squid?

The Humboldt squid that lives in the depths of the Pacific Ocean is a major predator. However, due to global warming and human activity, it now appears that this predator is under threat. According to scientists, the Humboldt squid will become more susceptible to attacks by other marine predators as the conditions in the ocean change. These squids will become ...

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Diatoms: Interesting Facts

Diatoms are tiny single-celled organisms that make up diatomaceous earth. They were first discovered in 1702 by Anton van Leeuwenhoek and for hundreds of years these microscopic creatures have been studied and analyzed. Richard B. Hoover contributed to this research by traveling the world, studying diatoms and collecting new species. In a June 1979 edition of National Geographic, he published ...

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