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Why the Ocean Has a Twilight Zone | Unveiled

What is the Twilight Zone of the Ocean? Is it possible that the Earth has a hidden place, just hidden from sight, filled with wonderful and inconspicuous views? Filled with strange, luminous animals that even our wildest fantasies could not come up with, creating an ecosystem so elusive and unique …

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Research – Closing The Ocean Plastic Mass Balance

I am Mathias Egger, I am a marine scientist working in Ocean Cleanup, and I study ocean plastic pollution. My research is mainly focused on the question of how much plastic is in the ocean and where it ultimately turns out. So, how many are floating on the surface and …

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How Close Are We to Completely Mapping the Ocean?

We explored the jungle, desert, Arctic, even the moon. But one place still remains a largely unexplored enigma; our oceans Oceans occupy about 70% of the Earth’s surface, but we know more about the geography of Mars than about what lies at the bottom of the sea. But all this …

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