Coastal Care

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Day: August 30, 2013

A Magnificent Waterspout In Croatia, Video

A Magnificent Waterspout In Croatia, Video

Filmed by storm-chaser/photographer Boris Basic in the historic seaside city of Dubrovnik, Croatia, the video captures the tall, thin vortex as its spins in place, connecting the ocean with the sky.

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How Oil-Degrading Bacteria Are Working At Each Part Of An Affected Coastline

How Oil-Degrading Bacteria Are Working At Each Part Of An Affected Coastline

Bacteria living in the Gulf of Mexico beaches were able to ‘eat up’ the contamination from the Deep Water Horizon oil spill by supplementing their diet with nitrogen, delegates at the Goldschmidt conference will be told today, Friday 30th August.

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Government Must Step In To Halt Fukushima Leaks

Government Must Step In To Halt Fukushima Leaks

The Fukushima nuclear accident resulted in the largest ever accidental release of radioactivity to the oceans. Some 80% of all the radionuclides released from Fukushima ended up in the Pacific.

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Hydraulic Fracturing Fluids Likely Harmed Threatened Fish Species

Hydraulic Fracturing Fluids Likely Harmed Threatened Fish Species

Hydraulic fracturing fluids are believed to be the cause of the widespread death or distress of aquatic species in Kentucky’s Acorn Fork, after spilling from nearby natural gas well sites.

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Austral Summer Scenery, by WHOI

Austral Summer Scenery, by WHOI

The sights of summer in Antarctica invariably includes ice. Researcher Emelia DeForce captured this image of a well-worn iceberg in January 2013, the height of austral summer during a cruise in early 2013.

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SAF Video

Beach of the Month

Photo of the Month

Plastic Pollution

Sand Wars – United Nations-GEA

Sand Mining Detrimental Effects

The World’s Beaches

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