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Mass Dolphin Deaths Linked to BP Oil Spill

A study from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, published last week in the peer-reviewed journal Environmental Science and Technology, produced the strongest evidence to date linking mass dolphin deaths in the Gulf of Mexico to petroleum hydrocarbon exposure and … Continue reading

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On the Slow Kill of the World’s Oceans

By Aaron Dames Originally posted at Divided Core on November 1, 2013 It is probable that every major ecological pillar however tenuously stabilizing the structure of the oceans is crumbling. Although some endangered fish populations and coral reef systems are … Continue reading

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