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Paying attention to oceans in climate change

Published 2015-11-17

Photo: NOAA PIFSC Later this month, world leaders will gather in Paris to discuss and negotiate international climate change mitigation strategies. Many ocean scientists are arguing that oceans deserve more attention in these conversations. A review paper published in Science in November by University of Washington professor of marine and environmental affairs, Edward Allison, looked at the relationship between scientific understanding of the changes in the world’s oceans and how people are responding to those changes. The responses of communities to change include denial, planned... (more)

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