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Marine Pollution

Even the sea has light pollution.

Not all species are equally sensitive to light, so to assess impact, the team focused on copepods, ubiquitous shrimplike creatures that are a key part

Ocean Acidification

In the 200-plus years since the industrial revolution began, the concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere has increased due to human actions, and

Underwater noise from human activities

Underwater noise pollution poses a global threat to marine life and is a growing concern for policymakers and environmental managers. Underwater noise from human activities

Ghost nets

Ghost nets are fishing nets or lines that’s have been lost or abandoned in the ocean. Each year they are responsible for trapping and killing

Plastic Debris in the Mediterranean

The Mediterranean Sea is considered a hot spot for plastic pollution. This is likely due to its densely populated coastlines, fishing, shipping, tourism, and a

About marine debris & pollution

Currently, we estimate a total of approximately 8 million tons of plastic enter our ocean every year. The Ellen MacArthur Foundation together with the World

Nutrient pollution

This type of pollution is caused by the over enrichment of water with nitrogen and phosphorus, usually coming from land based activities such as agriculture,