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The troubling reason why deep ocean mercury is reaching California’s coasts - The Washington Post

The troubling reason why deep ocean mercury is reaching California’s coasts - The Washington Post

Earth 'entering new extinction phase' - US study. - The dried out sea bed of the Soyang River in Chuncheon, Gangwon Province, northeastern South Korea, 16 June 2015

Earth 'entering new extinction phase' - US study. - The dried out sea bed of the Soyang River in Chuncheon, Gangwon Province, northeastern South Korea, 16 June 2015

Amazon Watch is a Environment charity rated 3 of 4 stars by Charity Navigator. ******Pretty solid rating and only a couple of simple things to fix in order to be a solid Four Star charity.      Amazon Watch 2201 Broadway Suite 508 Oakland, CA 94612 tel: (510) 281-9020 fax: (510) 281-9021 EIN: 95-4604782 Board Leadership: Richard Wegman - Chair CEO: Atossa Soltani - Founder and Executive Director

Amazon Watch is a Environment charity rated 3 of 4 stars by Charity Navigator. ******Pretty solid rating and only a couple of simple things to fix in order to be a solid Four Star charity. Amazon Watch 2201 Broadway Suite 508 Oakland, CA 94612 tel: (510) 281-9020 fax: (510) 281-9021 EIN: 95-4604782 Board Leadership: Richard Wegman - Chair CEO: Atossa Soltani - Founder and Executive Director

Science chief warns on acid oceans Roger Harrabin By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst  Corals

Science chief warns on acid oceans Roger Harrabin By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst Corals

MIT Lincoln Laboratory researchers develop a technique to cure a broad range of viruses - microscope image of virus cells, before and after DRACO

MIT Lincoln Laboratory researchers develop a technique to cure a broad range of viruses - microscope image of virus cells, before and after DRACO

Environmental Laws that Apply to Mercury | Mercury in Your Environment | US EPA

Environmental Laws that Apply to Mercury | Mercury in Your Environment | US EPA

It took more than two years, but the ocean-borne radiation from the Fukushima Daiichi plant is finally detectable on U.S. shores.

It took more than two years, but the ocean-borne radiation from the Fukushima Daiichi plant is finally detectable on U.S. shores.

Oceans and Climate Change: A Bleak Outlook  by Stewart M. Patrick and Guest Blogger for Stewart M. Patrick	 November 3, 2015. - Waves crash against stairs to Broad Beach in Malibu, California, United States.

Oceans and Climate Change: A Bleak Outlook by Stewart M. Patrick and Guest Blogger for Stewart M. Patrick November 3, 2015. - Waves crash against stairs to Broad Beach in Malibu, California, United States.

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