U.N.: Number of Ocean ‘Dead Zones’ Rise

U.N.: Number of Ocean 'Dead Zones' RiseOctober 19, 2006U.N.: Number of Ocean 'Dead Zones' RiseBy THE ASSOCIATED PRESSFiled at 1:50 p.m. ETWASHINGTON (AP) -- The number of oxygen-starved ''dead zones'' in theworld's seas and oceans has risen more than a third in the past twoyears because of fertilizer, sewage, animal waste and fossil-fuelburning, United Nations [...]

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Further Rise in Number of Marine Dead Zones

Further Rise in Number of Marine Dead Zones By Global Programme Action Global (GPA) for the Protection of the Marine Environment from Land-Based Sources-2nd Intergovernmental Review19 October 2006   Further Rise in Number of Marine ‘Dead Zones’ Global Programme Action Global (GPA) for the Protection of the Marine Environment from Land-Based Sources-2nd Intergovernmental Review  Beijing/Nairobi, [...]

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SeaSpan Newsletter

SeaSpan Newsletter October 2006SeaSpan--Marine Conservation News from the Pew Institute for OceanScienceOctober - A  2006, volume 12-17******************************************CONTENTS:*SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: Pew Institute Seeks Director for Operations andStrategic Planning DevelopmentA) FEATURE1) U.N. to Consider Deep Sea Trawling BanB) NEWS AND VIEWS2) U.S. President Bush Calls for Halt of Bottom Trawling3) Popular Soup Imperils Sharks4) Mercury Contamination Moves Beyond [...]

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