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Krishna Das said: "We looked for mercury and several persistant organic pollutants (e.g. PCBs, DDT and other chlorinated pesticides, dioxin-like compounds, some flame retardants…) and PCBs were found at the highest concentrations," External link

iflscience Friday, September 13, 2019 12:56:00 PM CEST

Krishna Das said: "PCBs can act as endocrine disrupters," External link

iflscience Friday, September 13, 2019 12:56:00 PM CEST

Krishna Das said: "Despite their ban, PCBs still persist in the marine environment," External link

iflscience Friday, September 13, 2019 12:56:00 PM CEST

Samantha Joye said: “We are waking up the methane dragon,” “And that’s a dragon that we really want to keep in the box” External link

news-yahoo Monday, September 2, 2019 2:31:00 PM CEST

Samantha Joye said: “Pea Island is sort of the poster child of change in the oceans with respect to methane,” External link

news-yahoo Monday, September 2, 2019 2:31:00 PM CEST

Samantha Joye said: “It’s like gold from the bottom of the ocean,” External link

news-yahoo Monday, September 2, 2019 2:31:00 PM CEST

Samantha Joye said: “I think we’re about to hit our nirvana!” External link

news-yahoo Monday, September 2, 2019 2:31:00 PM CEST

Samantha Joye said: “That suggests that some of it’s going to get into the atmosphere,” External link

news-yahoo Monday, September 2, 2019 2:31:00 PM CEST

Craig McClain says: “The health of our overall oceans also requires a healthy deep sea, as the deep oceans serve vital roles in carbon cycling, marine food webs, and overall ocean function,” External link

newscientist Wednesday, August 28, 2019 4:37:00 AM CEST

Jemma Wadham said: “Here, grinding of rock by moving ice is high, liquid water is abundant and microbes thrive in melt zones despite inhospitable conditions,” “When the ice sheets crush their bedrock, cold-adapted microbes process the crushed rock and boost nutrient release, and glacial meltwater exports these nutrients to the oceans, stimulating the upwelling of further nutrient from depth at glacier marine margins” External link

technology Monday, August 19, 2019 10:40:00 AM CEST

Robert Spencer said: “We have no idea how stable potential methane hydrate will be in a warming climate if ice sheets thin,” “There is mounting evidence from past phases of ice sheet wastage in Europe that sub-ice sheet methane exists and can be released rapidly into the atmosphere” External link

technology Monday, August 19, 2019 10:40:00 AM CEST

Jemma Wadham added: "Ice sheets are highly sensitive parts of our planet - we change temperatures in the air and ocean waters around them and thinning and retreat are inevitable. " External link

terradaily Sunday, August 18, 2019 10:15:00 AM CEST

Jemma Wadham added: "Ice sheets are highly sensitive parts of our planet—we change temperatures in the air and ocean waters around them and thinning and retreat are inevitable. " External link

phys Friday, August 16, 2019 12:30:00 AM CEST

Jemma Wadham said: “All this nutrient supports fisheries and stimulates drawdown of carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere,” External link

earth Thursday, August 15, 2019 8:23:00 PM CEST

Jemma Wadham added: “Ice sheets are highly sensitive parts of our planet – we change temperatures in the air and ocean waters around them and thinning and retreat are inevitable,” “The evidence we present here suggests that ice sheets may have important feedbacks to the carbon cycle which require further study as the uncertainty is still huge” External link

earth Thursday, August 15, 2019 8:23:00 PM CEST

Jemma Wadham added: "Ice sheets are highly sensitive parts of our planet - we change temperatures in the air and ocean waters around them and thinning and retreat are inevitable. " External link

eurekalert Thursday, August 15, 2019 11:42:00 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 Thursday, July 25, 2019 10:49:00 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 25, 2019 10:49:00 PM CEST

Fisk Johnson said: "I've always been intensely connected to nature, which is why I'm disappointed that even small quantities of microplastics were found in this pristine river," External link

finanzen-at Monday, July 22, 2019 5:00:00 PM CEST

Niall Smith said: “There’s too much focus on recycling being the kind of silver bullet solution, which it is not” External link

grist Friday, July 5, 2019 1:03:00 PM CEST

Niall Smith said: “Where the US is doing badly is the relationship between what it generates and its capacity to recycle,” External link

marketbusinessnews Thursday, July 4, 2019 10:44:00 PM CEST

Niall Smith said: “There’s too much focus on recycling being the kind of silver bullet solution, which it is not” External link

marketbusinessnews Thursday, July 4, 2019 10:44:00 PM CEST

Niall Smith said: "There's too much focus on recycling being the kind of silver bullet solution, which it is not," External link

ecowatch Wednesday, July 3, 2019 6:52:00 PM CEST

Niall Smith said: “There’s too much focus on recycling being the kind of silver bullet solution, which it is not” External link

guardian Wednesday, July 3, 2019 6:23:00 AM CEST

Fisk Johnson said: "Plastic waste is the single biggest environmental issue we have to address as a company, but we can't do it alone," "Business, government and civil society need to come together to solve the problem" External link

finanzen-ch Monday, July 1, 2019 6:12:00 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 Wednesday, June 26, 2019 9:51:00 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 Wednesday, June 26, 2019 9:51:00 PM CEST

Eugenie Sage said: “Product designers, manufacturers and retailers who adopt circular economy principles can help to ensure their products are designed to reduce and avoid waste and litter pollution” External link

foreignaffairs-nz Saturday, June 8, 2019 2:57:00 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 Friday, May 31, 2019 9:18:00 AM 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 Friday, May 31, 2019 9:18:00 AM CEST

Angus Atkinson says: “We do not know exactly what the mechanisms are at this stage, but we found that this link between SAM and krill density held throughout the austral summer, autumn and winter,” External link

environmentalresearchweb Thursday, May 30, 2019 9:38:00 AM CEST

Simeon Hill adds: “Our results suggest that southern areas have been relatively resilient to these changes and that juvenile krill can still be plentiful in some years,” “These differences offer some hope that krill and its predators will survive into the future. Nonetheless, this is a clear sign that ecosystems can change rapidly in a changing climate” External link

environmentalresearchweb Thursday, May 30, 2019 9:38:00 AM CEST

Lukas Jonkers says: “We found always that the preindustrial counterpart, or analog, was in an area that was warmer than where the sediment trap was,” External link

grist Saturday, May 25, 2019 1:07:00 PM CEST

Lukas Jonkers adds: “I think this is the first real demonstration that we have pushed plankton communities into a totally different state,” External link

grist Saturday, May 25, 2019 1:07:00 PM CEST

Catherine Davis says: “What’s happening in foraminifera is probably happening in the entire plankton community,” External link

grist Saturday, May 25, 2019 1:07:00 PM CEST

Catherine Davis says: “What's happening in foraminifera is probably happening in the entire plankton community,” External link

newsnow-co-uk Wednesday, May 22, 2019 8:50:00 PM CEST

Catherine Davis says: “What's happening in foraminifera is probably happening in the entire plankton community,” External link

wired Wednesday, May 22, 2019 7:25:00 PM CEST

David Emerson said: "It is important that we explore ideas for climate change mitigation that can supplement the effects of decreasing carbon emissions," External link

eurekalert Wednesday, April 3, 2019 5:13:00 PM CEST

David Emerson said: "This research has tremendous potential to integrate disciplines from phytoplankton ecology, to atmospheric science, to engineering," "At minimum, we would gain a better sense of how the ocean works. At best, iron additions would act on a short time scale to help mitigate climate change" External link

eurekalert Wednesday, April 3, 2019 5:13:00 PM CEST

David Emerson said: "In addition to cutting carbon emissions, we need to remove more carbon from the atmosphere to limit global climate change," "These geoengineering approaches are not solutions to the whole problem, but they are potential ways we can mitigate the worst effects" External link

eurekalert Wednesday, April 3, 2019 5:13:00 PM CEST

David Emerson said: "It's important to start investing in thoughtful and extensive research programs now," "The worst thing would be if, in several decades, people faced with horrible consequences of climate change started taking dramatic action without understanding the long-term effects. We need to explore and develop a continuum of solutions, from actions we can take as individuals to large-scale efforts" External link

eurekalert Wednesday, April 3, 2019 5:13:00 PM CEST

Michael Krutzen said: “Once we realized that the 2011 warm water event had such devastating consequences on the seagrass beds in Shark Bay, we wondered whether [animals] on top of the food chain might also be affected,” External link

fox5sandiego Monday, April 1, 2019 8:37:00 PM CEST

Michael Krutzen said: “Survival and reproduction are important parameters that inform us about the health of a population,” “It seems that extreme weather events appear to threaten marine mammal populations in their existence. If we want to conserve these populations, we have to think how the frequency of such events can be kept at a minimum” External link

fox5sandiego Monday, April 1, 2019 8:37:00 PM CEST

Michael Krutzen said: "Once we realized that the 2011 warm water event had such devastating consequences on the seagrass beds in Shark Bay, we wondered whether [animals] on top of the food chain might also be affected," External link

fox10tv Tuesday, April 2, 2019 12:58:00 AM CEST

Michael Krutzen said: "Survival and reproduction are important parameters that inform us about the health of a population," "It seems that extreme weather events appear to threaten marine mammal populations in their existence. If we want to conserve these populations, we have to think how the frequency of such events can be kept at a minimum" External link

fox10tv Tuesday, April 2, 2019 12:58:00 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 Saturday, March 23, 2019 8:18:00 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 Saturday, March 23, 2019 8:18:00 AM CET

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