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Joleah Lamb said: “Scientists are only beginning to explore the human health consequences from consuming microplastics,” External link

news-uci Friday, November 20, 2020 3:31:00 PM CET

Gerhard J Herndl says: “Large jellyfish blooms block cooling intakes of coastal power and desalinization plants, interfere with ship operations, and cause damage to the tourism, fishing and aquaculture industries,” External link

qnewshub Friday, November 20, 2020 2:08:00 PM CET

Julia Brown says: “It is very unlikely that these viruses are capable of infecting all the protists in which they were found,” External link

qnewshub Tuesday, November 3, 2020 3:59:00 PM CET

Julia Brown says: “Viruses are rich in phosphorus and nitrogen, and could potentially be a good supplement to a carbon-rich diet that might include cellular prey or carbon-rich marine colloids,” “The removal of viruses from the water may reduce the number of viruses available to infect other organisms, while also shuttling the organic carbon within virus particles higher up the food chain. Future research might consider whether protists that consume viruses accumulate DNA sequences from their viral prey within their own genomes, or consider how they might protect themselves from infection” External link

qnewshub Tuesday, November 3, 2020 3:59:00 PM CET

Ken Johnson said: “Until now, biogeochemical data has not been collected for the vast majority of the world’s ocean,” External link

mercurynews Sunday, November 1, 2020 7:21:00 PM CET

Gerhard J Herndl says: "Large jellyfish blooms block cooling intakes of coastal power and desalinization plants, interfere with ship operations, and cause damage to the tourism, fishing and aquaculture industries," External link

7thspace Friday, October 30, 2020 3:16:00 PM CET

Patrick Rafter said: “When we say iron is recycled in the system more efficiently than other elements, it doesn’t sound like this big, profound statement, but for those of us who have been studying these communities, it’s actually a very important insight into how the system works, how marine plant life functions in the ocean,” “This microbial community has figured out a way to fertilize itself with iron” External link

news-uci Wednesday, October 28, 2020 6:17:00 AM CET

Patrick Rafter said: “What happens in a decade or a century or a million years?” “Our model proves that if you change the rate at which waters are brought up to the surface, you can allow for more or less iron recycling and self-fertilization by phytoplankton. And then you get more nitrogen consumption and, ultimately, more of this plant growth that can affect the ocean/atmosphere partitioning of carbon dioxide – which impacts the global climate” External link

news-uci Wednesday, October 28, 2020 6:17:00 AM CET

Julia Brown said: “It is very unlikely that these viruses are capable of infecting all the protists in which they were found,” External link

qnewshub Saturday, October 17, 2020 5:04:00 PM CEST

Julia Brown said: “Viruses are rich in phosphorus and nitrogen, and could potentially be a good supplement to a carbon-rich diet that might include cellular prey or carbon-rich marine colloids,” External link

qnewshub Saturday, October 17, 2020 5:04:00 PM CEST

Julia Brown said: “Future research might consider whether protists that consume viruses accumulate DNA sequences from their viral prey within their own genomes, or consider how they might protect themselves from infection,” External link

qnewshub Saturday, October 17, 2020 5:04:00 PM CEST

Julia Brown said: “Viruses are rich in phosphorus and nitrogen, and could potentially be a good supplement to a carbon-rich diet that might include cellular prey or carbon-rich marine colloids,” External link

interestingengineering Sunday, October 4, 2020 4:57:00 PM CEST

Julia Brown said: “It is very unlikely that these viruses are capable of infecting all the protists in which they were found,” External link

qnewshub Monday, September 28, 2020 7:39:00 AM CEST

Julia Brown said: “Viruses are rich in phosphorus and nitrogen, and could potentially be a good supplement to a carbon-rich diet that might include cellular prey or carbon-rich marine colloids,” External link

qnewshub Monday, September 28, 2020 7:39:00 AM CEST

Julia Brown said: “Future research might consider whether protists that consume viruses accumulate DNA sequences from their viral prey within their own genomes, or consider how they might protect themselves from infection,” External link

qnewshub Monday, September 28, 2020 7:39:00 AM CEST

Patrick Rafter said: “When we say iron is recycled in the system more efficiently than other elements, it doesn’t sound like this big, profound statement, but for those of us who have been studying these communities, it’s actually a very important insight into how the system works, how marine plant life functions in the ocean,” “This microbial community has figured out a way to fertilize itself with iron” External link

news-uci Sunday, September 27, 2020 10:23:00 PM CEST

Patrick Rafter said: “What happens in a decade or a century or a million years?” “Our model proves that if you change the rate at which waters are brought up to the surface, you can allow for more or less iron recycling and self-fertilization by phytoplankton. And then you get more nitrogen consumption and, ultimately, more of this plant growth that can affect the ocean/atmosphere partitioning of carbon dioxide – which impacts the global climate” External link

news-uci Sunday, September 27, 2020 10:23:00 PM CEST

Julia Brown said: "does not discriminate between genomic DNA and any other DNA that's already in the cell, so that's why we were also able to see viral DNA and any associated bacteria that might be there," External link

livescience Thursday, September 24, 2020 6:46:00 AM CEST

Julia Brown said: "the levels of viruses that we see in those cells is above the number that would be sorted by accident," External link

livescience Thursday, September 24, 2020 6:46:00 AM CEST

Henry Jeffrey said: “This project, supported by the OES, reveals the latest thinking about the interaction of ocean energy technologies with the environment and I strongly encourage its use to help streamline consenting processes and support the responsible development of ocean energy around the world” External link

renews Wednesday, September 9, 2020 11:38:00 AM CEST

Andrea Copping said: “We believe that small numbers of operational marine energy devices are unlikely to cause harm to marine animals, including marine mammals, fish, diving seabirds, and benthic animals; change habitats on the seafloor or in the water significantly; or change the natural flow of ocean waters or waves” External link

renews Wednesday, September 9, 2020 11:38:00 AM CEST

Joleah Lamb said: “Scientists are only beginning to explore the human health consequences from consuming microplastics,” External link

news-uci Tuesday, September 8, 2020 4:44:00 AM CEST

Ivan Nagelkerken says: “An ecological tipping point may be passed beyond which the top of the food web can no longer be supported, with an ensuing collapse into shorter, bottom-heavy trophic pyramids,” “This will weaken the health and sustainability of ocean ecosystems unless species are capable of genetic adaptation to climate stressors in the near future” External link

zmescience Monday, August 17, 2020 9:49:00 PM CEST

Ivan Nagelkerken said: "An ecological tipping point may be passed beyond which the top of the food web can no longer be supported, with an ensuing collapse into shorter, bottom-heavy trophic pyramids," External link

china.org.cn Friday, August 14, 2020 11:10:00 AM CEST

Ivan Nagelkerken said: “That marine heatwave showed that even over just a few weeks, that caused the kelp to disappear” External link

guardian Thursday, August 13, 2020 8:29:00 PM CEST

Torkel Gissel Nielsen says: “We can also see that there are 10,000 times as many phytoplankton in the water as there is plastic. So assuming that the copepods eat whatever they come across and given the abundance of food available to them, they are unlikely to end up ingesting too many plastic particles at all. And so the risk of the MPs entering the marine food webs and being distributed around is infinitely small,” External link

alphagalileo Tuesday, August 11, 2020 5:34:00 PM CEST

Torkel Gissel Nielsen explains: “We also found that MP concentrations were roughly comparable with concentrations previously found in the North Atlantic, about 1 particle per 10 litres of water. And Nuuk was identified as a point source. Compared to the measuring stations further into the fjord, MP abundance—and especially the smallest size fractions of MPs—increased close to Nuuk,” External link

alphagalileo Tuesday, August 11, 2020 5:34:00 PM CEST

Torkel Gissel Nielsen says: “We can also see that there are 10,000 times as many phytoplankton in the water as there is plastic. So assuming that the copepods eat whatever they come across and given the abundance of food available to them, they are unlikely to end up ingesting too many plastic particles at all. And so the risk of the MPs entering the marine food webs and being distributed around is infinitely small,” External link

dtu Tuesday, August 11, 2020 3:17:00 PM CEST

Torkel Gissel Nielsen explains: “We also found that MP concentrations were roughly comparable with concentrations previously found in the North Atlantic, about 1 particle per 10 litres of water. And Nuuk was identified as a point source. Compared to the measuring stations further into the fjord, MP abundanceand especially the smallest size fractions of MPsincreased close to Nuuk,” External link

dtu Tuesday, August 11, 2020 3:17:00 PM CEST

Joleah Lamb said: "Scientists are only beginning to explore the human health consequences from consuming microplastics," External link

labmanager Monday, August 3, 2020 2:50:00 PM CEST

Douglas Rader said: "This study in important in its global implications. There is strong evidence of transferability of the findings from Myanmar to other seafood sources around the world," External link

labmanager Monday, August 3, 2020 2:50:00 PM CEST

Joleah Lamb said: "Scientists are only beginning to explore the human health consequences from consuming microplastics," External link

sciencedaily Thursday, July 30, 2020 8:02:00 PM CEST

Douglas Rader said: "This study in important in its global implications. There is strong evidence of transferability of the findings from Myanmar to other seafood sources around the world," External link

sciencedaily Thursday, July 30, 2020 8:02:00 PM CEST

Joleah Lamb said: “Scientists are only beginning to explore the human health consequences from consuming microplastics,” External link

news-uci Thursday, July 30, 2020 3:55:00 PM CEST

Mary Crowley said: “We are utilizing proven nautical equipment to effectively clean-up the oceans while innovating with new technologies,” External link

greenmatters Friday, July 17, 2020 6:46:00 PM CEST

Mary Crowley added: “We exceeded our goal of capturing 100 tons of toxic consumer plastics and derelict ‘ghost’ nets, and in these challenging times, we are continuing to help restore the health of our ocean, which influences our own health and the health of the planet,” “The oceans can’t wait for these nets and debris to break down into microplastics which impair the ocean’s ability to store carbon and toxify the fragile ocean food web” External link

greenmatters Friday, July 17, 2020 6:46:00 PM CEST

Patrick Rafter said: “When we say iron is recycled in the system more efficiently than other elements, it doesn’t sound like this big, profound statement, but for those of us who have been studying these communities, it’s actually a very important insight into how the system works, how marine plant life functions in the ocean,” “This microbial community has figured out a way to fertilize itself with iron” External link

news-uci Thursday, July 2, 2020 11:42:00 PM CEST

Patrick Rafter said: “What happens in a decade or a century or a million years?” “Our model proves that if you change the rate at which waters are brought up to the surface, you can allow for more or less iron recycling and self-fertilization by phytoplankton. And then you get more nitrogen consumption and, ultimately, more of this plant growth that can affect the ocean/atmosphere partitioning of carbon dioxide – which impacts the global climate” External link

news-uci Thursday, July 2, 2020 11:42:00 PM CEST

Elizabeth Madin said: "Examples from a variety of marine systems of exploitation-induced, top-down forcing have led to a general view that human-induced predator perturbations can disrupt entire marine food webs, yet other studies that have found no such evidence provide a counterpoint," External link

eurekalert Tuesday, June 30, 2020 3:53:00 PM CEST

Elizabeth Madin said: "This is good news for fishers, because as populations increase, the fish don't recognize the reserve boundaries and are likely to 'spill over' into adjacent areas where fishing is allowed, creating a kind of insurance policy whereby marine reserves ensure the ability of fishers to catch fish into the future," External link

eurekalert Tuesday, June 30, 2020 3:53:00 PM CEST

Elizabeth Madin explained: "I assumed at the start of the project that in places where fishing pressure was high and predators were depleted, we would see consequent increases in the population sizes of the predators' prey species, and the decreases in the prey's prey species," "However, in the tropical part of our study system, that is, Australia's Great Barrier Reef, this simply wasn't the case. This result had me scratching my head for quite some time, until I realized that this type of domino effect, called a trophic cascade, is simply a real, but rare, phenomenon in the tropics" External link

eurekalert Tuesday, June 30, 2020 3:53:00 PM CEST

Elizabeth Madin said: "Only by looking at the very big picture, it turned out, were we able to find these trends," External link

eurekalert Tuesday, June 30, 2020 3:53:00 PM CEST

Elizabeth Madin said: "Understanding how our fisheries are likely to impact other parts of the food web is important in making the best possible decisions in terms of how we manage our fisheries," "By understanding how coral reef food webs are likely to respond to fishing pressure, or conversely to marine reserves, we can make more informed decisions about how much fishing our reefs can safely handle. Likewise, this knowledge gives us a better idea of what will happen when we create marine reserves designed to serve as an insurance policy so communities can continue to catch fish long into the future" External link

eurekalert Tuesday, June 30, 2020 3:53:00 PM CEST

Mary Crowley said: “We are utilizing proven nautical equipment to effectively clean-up the oceans while innovating with new technologies,” External link

worldmaritimenews Friday, June 26, 2020 1:55:00 PM CEST

Mary Crowley said: “Our solutions are scalable, and next year, we could have three vessels operating in the North Pacific Gyre for three months all bringing in large cargos of debris,” “We are aiming to expand to other parts of the world desperately needing efficient clean-up technologies” External link

worldmaritimenews Friday, June 26, 2020 1:55:00 PM CEST

Mary Crowley concluded: “There is no doubt in my mind that our work is making the oceans healthier for the planet and safer for marine wildlife, as these nets will never again entangle or harm a whale, dolphin, turtle or reefs,” External link

worldmaritimenews Friday, June 26, 2020 1:55:00 PM CEST

Mary Crowley said: “Most people don’t realize how closely our own health is tied to the health of the ocean,” “The ocean really produces two out of the three breaths we take. So we need to keep our ocean ecosystem healthy to help us stay healthy and to help the whole planet stay healthy” External link

HonululuAdvertiser Wednesday, June 24, 2020 6:01:00 AM CEST

David Baker said: "Irrespective of the catastrophic loss of sharks due to over-harvesting for the fin trade, shark products should be avoided out of concern for one's personal health," External link

AsiaOne Thursday, June 11, 2020 5:05:00 AM CEST

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