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Oysters found to help restore balance to aquatic ecosystems by removing pollution


An excess in nitrogen in aquatic habitats can have devastating results such as lack of oxygen (marked “dead zones” ), reduced harvests in fisheries, and loss of sea-grass habitat. ... Nearly half of people experience their first reactions after reaching adulthood - More news on aquatic habitats Chesapeake Bay estuary is recovering: The return of aquatic vegetation helps neutralize pollution, allowing ecosystems to re-establish Mitigating the effects of ...

Mitigating the effects of ocean acidification: Conservation of shoreline plants and seaweed could preserve coral and shellfish habitats


Mitigating the effects of ocean acidification: Conservation of shoreline plants and seaweed could preserve coral and shellfish habitats Friday, June 08, 2018 by: Zoey Sky aquatic habitats , aquatic species , carbon dioxide , carbon emissions , coastal ecosystems , Ecology , environment , marine animals , marine ecosystem , marine habitats , marine species , marine vegetation , Ocean Acidification , Oceans , research , seaweeds , shellfish , shoreline ...

Chesapeake Bay estuary is recovering: The return of aquatic vegetation helps neutralize pollution, allowing ecosystems to re-establish


Chesapeake Bay estuary is recovering: The return of aquatic vegetation helps neutralize pollution, allowing ecosystems to re-establish Saturday, June 23, 2018 by: Janine Acero aquatic ecosystems , aquatic habitats , aquatic life , aquatic vegetation , bodies of water , Chesapeake Bay , conservation , ecosystem recovery , ecosystem restoration , estuaries , goodscience , Nitrogen , nutrient pollution , phosphorus , pollution abatement , restoration ...

One MORE problem with the plastic in the oceans: It acts as a raft, transporting predators to new habitats


One MORE problem with the plastic in the oceans: It acts as a raft, transporting predators to new habitats Tuesday, November 07, 2017 by: Russel Davis animal life , aquatic habitat , clean water , Ecology , environment , human impact , ocean environment , Oceans , Plastic , plastic garbage , seas , water pollution - (Natural News ) Scientists have recently warned that plastics and debris washed into the sea may bring more than garbage to wherever they eventually end up. ... According ...

Foraging 101: 4 Must-have tools when gathering food in the wild


A single well-thrown toss of the cast net can get you a wide selection of aquatic creatures – and even some aquatic plants. ... You don’t need bait and it is far less damaging to aquatic habitats than other forms of fishing. "...

Focus on microfibers: Microscopic pollution has been found to make up a majority of shoreline debris


We are learning more and more every day about the risk that microfibers and microplastics have in our aquatic habitats and wildlife species. "...

China to halt thousands of hydropower projects as older dams pose serious safety threats


They alter the flow of the rivers, submerge aquatic habitats and disrupt the migration and spawning of fish. "...

"Lost" ocean microplastics might be accumulating in estuaries, coastal environments


Microplastics are small plastic fragments that form when larger pieces of plastic debris in aquatic environments break down due to exposure to the elements. ... Microplastic pollution accumulates in coastal habitats This study is one of the first few to simulate and analyze microplastic pollution in estuaries. "...

"Eco-friendly" glitter just as damaging to the environment as conventional glitter, study finds


Researchers showed that the presence of biodegradable glitter affects the root length of aquatic plants in less than a month. ... Biodegradable glitter also caused an invasive snail species to multiply, which could further disrupt aquatic food webs. "...

EPA report says glyphosate may harm – even kill – over 90% of endangered species


Under this law, federal agencies are required to ensure their actions will not “jeopardize” a species or damage their habitats. ... In particular, the EPA reported that glyphosate is moderately to highly toxic to fish and highly to very highly toxic to aquatic invertebrates. "...

Light pollution found to disrupt natural balance between insects and predators, impacting ecosystem health


This has profound effects on the aquatic ecosystems such as rivers and lakes that are heavily interconnected with the ecosystems of their banks and shores. ... Biodiversity and human populations Human civilization has had negative impacts on the biodiversity of any ecosystem, primarily the destruction of habitats through agricultural advances and abuse of natural resources such as overfishing and hunting. "...

Most of the world's rivers threatened by pesticides, pollution


And not only is the integrity of the world's water at heightened risk, but so are countless aquatic species that rely on the threatened habitats for survival. ... One example cited is the fact that while water reservoirs are largely beneficial to humans because they supply clean water, they simultaneously alter the biodiversity of aquatic life by changing water migration patterns. "...

Long-term exposure to chemical ingredients in sunscreen is lethal to freshwater organisms, warn scientists


To this end, the researchers examined the effects of UV filters on water fleas (Daphnia magna), a small aquatic crustacean often found in freshwater habitats. Water fleas are a promising candidate organism to examine because of their integral role in the food web within their habitats. "...

Seaweed could save California’s coastline by reducing ocean acidification


However, much like their counterparts on land, aquatic plants such as kelp and seagrass take up CO2. ... Study co-author Kerry Nickols, Ph.D., assistant professor of biology at CSU Northridge, who specializes in kelp research, said kelp and seagrass support marine habitats in different ways. "...

Whales washed up on Germany's shore found to have stomachs full of plastic trash


Professor Ursula Siebert, head of the Institute for Terrestrial and Aquatic Wildlife Research at the Tierärztliche Hochschule Hannover (ITAW), worked with her team to investigate . ... Sources for this article include: NationaPark-Wattenmeer.de TrueActivist.com DailyMail.co.uk Previous :Vaccine cultists try to explain away newly discovered link between flu shots and spontaneous abortions Next : Vaccines are covertly injecting everyone with disease-causing viruses, warns scientist author ...

Glyphosate endangers wildlife, too. Tell the EPA to ban it


One can only ascertain that if glyphosate is proving to cause harm to 93% of endangered species and 97% of their critical habitats, which are also our habitats, that if we do not act now, we humans and our pets will also soon be endangered species. ... Glyphosate herbicides harm 93% of endangered species and 97% of their critical habitats. "...

Human destroying the biosphere at shocking pace; tipping point death spiral to arrive in mere decades


Destroying species' biodiversity and habitats may start with something as simple as pesticides Harvard University Professor Ed Wilson is deeply concerned that the world's rich biodiversity is depleting faster than it can be recovered, as modern man turns the earth into a commercial playground. ... Should humans be solely focused on advancing economies, or should they look further into how some industries affect the soil, microbes, insects, aquatic life, habitats and entire ...

Experts call for the protection of mangrove patches, no matter how big or small, to preserve "incredibly important ecosystems"


Experts noted that if the deforestation of small patches of mangroves continues, it could cause a disconnect of habitats. ... Not only that, but substantial swathes of mangroves are cleared for aquatic farming. "...

Green power dangers: Scientists review the downside of renewable energies


The findings of the study, published in the journal Trends in Ecology & Evolution , revealed that hydropower is the most damaging to the environment among the three renewable energies studied, mainly because of the damage it brought to habitats, especially for aquatic life, for the construction and maintenance of dams. ... “We need to keep a close eye on these ‘green’ energy developments to ensure new projects don’t harm wildlife or sensitive habitats – particularly along ...

Is pharmaceutical contamination to blame for amphibian population declining 75% in 40 years?


Very little research has been performed on the effects of pharmaceutical contamination in the soil, lakes, rivers and oceans, or the wildlife that depends on those habitats. However, current research on the impact of drug contamination has produced some pretty grim results, including significant destruction to birds and aquatic life. "...