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Plastic fibers from clothes are polluting the Arctic ocean – study

https://www.naturalnews.com/2021-01-20-plastic-fibers-from-clothes-polluting-arctic-ocean.html

Plastic fibers from clothes are polluting the Arctic ocean – study Wednesday, January 20, 2021 by: Divina Ramirez arctic ocean , badpollution , environment , marine life , microplastics , ocean health , Oceans , plastic pollution , research Bypass censorship by sharing this link: https://www.hangthecensors.com/488772.html Copy URL - (Natural News ) Microplastics – microscopic pieces of plastic – have previously been found in Arctic sea ice. ....

Large reservoirs of "fire ice" beneath the ocean can potentially trigger devastating disasters if released

https://www.naturalnews.com/2020-02-28-large-reservoirs-of-fire-ice-can-trigger-disasters.html

) However, while reports have been made about how some of the methane hydrates in the Arctic and upper continental slopes such as the northern Pacific Ocean are beginning to thaw , scientists and researchers are still unable to figure out just how much of the substance exists and how it behaves in relation to its immediate environment. ... - More news on Arctic Brooks Range in Alaska was TRANSPORTED from Greenland: Findings could rewrite the region’s history, posit researchers ...

Over 300 BILLION pieces of plastic now POLLUTE the Arctic Ocean as humankind accelerates destruction of life everywhere

https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-12-01-300-billion-pieces-of-plastic-pollute-the-arctic-ocean.html

Over 300 BILLION pieces of plastic now POLLUTE the Arctic Ocean as humankind accelerates destruction of life everywhere Saturday, December 01, 2018 by: Rhonda Johansson badpollution , Ecology , environ , environment , marine life , marine pollution , microplastics , ocean debris , ocean life , ocean pollution , plastic pollution , plastics - (Natural News ) Around 300 billion pieces of plastic (or around 150 millions tons of waste) pollute the Arctic ...

Arctic seabirds loaded with environmental poisons

https://www.naturalnews.com/030118_arctic_seabirds_environmental_poisons.html

The excrement of Arctic seabirds is a cocktail of dangerous pollutants, according to studies conducted by the Canadian Wildlife Service and Queen's University in Kingston, Ont. ... Follow real-time breaking news headlines on Arctic seabirds at FETCH.news The world of independent media, all in one place. - More news on arctic seabirds Disqus Take Action: Support Natural News by linking to this article from your website Permalink to this article: https://www.naturalnews.com/030118_arctic_seabirds_environmental_poisons....

Russia testing nuclear missiles and submarines in the Arctic as global tensions escalate

https://www.naturalnews.com/2021-04-02-russia-testing-nuclear-missiles-arctic.html

Russia testing nuclear missiles and submarines in the Arctic as global tensions escalate Friday, April 02, 2021 by: Cassie B. ... Sources for this article include: DailyStar.co.uk DailyMail.co.uk PopularMechanics.com Previous :Rutgers will only let vaccinated students attend classes this fall, transforming its campus into a medical experiment - More news on Arctic Russia testing nuclear missiles and submarines in the Arctic as global tensions escalate Coronavirus leaves ...

The once-untouched Arctic is now the dumping ground for 300 BILLION pieces of plastic

https://www.naturalnews.com/2017-05-11-the-once-untouched-arctic-is-now-the-dumping-ground-for-300-billion-pieces-of-plastic.html

The once-untouched Arctic is now the dumping ground for 300 BILLION pieces of plastic Thursday, May 11, 2017 by: Bridgette Wilcox arctic ocean , plastic pollution - (Natural News ) Scientists on a seven-month circumnavigation in the Arctic Ocean have found that its once-untouched waters are now polluted with billions of pieces of plastic. ... “So, most of the plastic that we have disposed in the ocean is still now in transit to the Arctic....

Europe's ocean depths and seafloor found littered with trash

https://www.naturalnews.com/045066_ocean_pollution_plastics_seafloor.html

"What you see is what you get" doesn't apply to how we view the ocean. ... Thus the illusion of ocean purity is maintained. Modern marine exploration advances and computer technology enable this veil of illusion to be not only pierced but mapped according to ocean floor litter density. "...

Radioactive iodine has been "legally" released by European nuclear power plants for over fifty years... used for "tracking ocean currents"

https://www.naturalnews.com/2017-08-28-radioactive-iodine-has-been-legally-released-by-european-nuclear-power-plants-for-over-fifty-years-used-for-tracking-ocean-currents.html

The iodine began its 15,000-kilometer journey at the two plants in France and the U.K. and continued flowing north to the Arctic Ocean off of Norway. From there, it circulated around arctic basins before returning to Nordic Seas in a pattern known as the Arctic loop. "...

International marine science organization releases report on radiation in Pacific Ocean

https://www.naturalnews.com/043585_fukushima_radiation_pacific_ocean_marine_science_organization.html

The amount of atmospheric cesium being transported across the ocean via winds remains the unknown yet potentially greater factor. ... Scientists have acknowledged that it will continue to spread into the Arctic Ocean, reaching eastern Russia and eventually pouring into the Atlantic Ocean. "...

A dead supercontinent is partly responsible for the ocean sinking into the Earth's mantle, explain researchers

https://www.naturalnews.com/2020-02-01-dead-supercontinent-is-partly-responsible-for-the-ocean-sinking.html

Earlier research suggests that the phenomenon is just one of many that determine the rise and fall of ocean levels. ... The split also closed off the Tethys Ocean and triggered the formation of the Arctic Ocean from what used to be the Sinus Borealis. "...

A dead supercontinent is partly responsible for the ocean sinking into the Earth's mantle, explain researchers

https://www.naturalnews.com/2020-01-20-supercontinent-responsible-for-ocean-sinking-into-mantle.html

Earlier research suggests that the phenomenon is just one of many that determine the rise and fall of ocean levels. ... The split also closed off the Tethys Ocean and triggered the formation of the Arctic Ocean from what used to be the Sinus Borealis. "...

Sea ice cracks cause mercury to accumulate in Arctic environment

https://www.naturalnews.com/043717_sea_ice_cracks_mercury_arctic.html

Sea ice cracks cause mercury to accumulate in Arctic environment Friday, January 31, 2014 by: Ethan A. ... "When Arctic sea ice cracks apart, relatively warm ocean water meets frigid polar air, causing atmospheric turbulence," writes Becky Oskin for WU about the process. "...

Researchers discover massive methane 'fountains' in arctic ice - a genuine threat to the atmosphere?

https://www.naturalnews.com/034462_methane_atmosphere_planet_earth.html

Researchers discover massive methane 'fountains' in arctic ice - a genuine threat to the atmosphere? ... Under normal circumstances, methane leaks deep in the ocean oxidize long before they reach the surface. "...

New research shows polar bears are "fat and healthy" despite modest ice loss in the Arctic

https://www.naturalnews.com/2021-03-08-polar-bears-healthy-despite-ice-loss-arctic.html

New research shows polar bears are “fat and healthy” despite modest ice loss in the Arctic Monday, March 08, 2021 by: Divina Ramirez animals , climate alarmism , climate change , climate science , conservation , ecosystem , environment , global warming , goodclimate , goodscience , narrative challenge , ocean health , polar bears Bypass censorship by sharing this link: https://www.afinalwarning.com/499750.html Copy URL - (Natural News ) Polar bears could become nearly extinct by ...

Sailing scientists discover almost 200,000 marine virus species: Data can help biologists understand how viruses affect the marine ecosystem

https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-10-06-sailing-scientists-discover-marine-virus-species.html

Sailing scientists discover almost 200,000 marine virus species: Data can help biologists understand how viruses affect the marine ecosystem Sunday, October 06, 2019 by: Edsel Cook arctic ocean , biodiversity , breakthrough , discoveries , Ecology , environ , goodscience , marine ecosystem , marine life , marine microbes , marine viruses , microorganisms , ocean life , Oceans , real science , research , Viruses - (Natural News ) The oceans contain far more species of viruses ...

Plastic pollution threatens the food supply from the world's oceans

https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-03-27-plastic-pollution-threatens-quality-quantity-of-food-supply.html

The plastic was found on ice floes at the location of between 77 degrees and 80 degrees north in the Arctic Ocean. ... According to the scientists, a lot of plastic end up in the Arctic Ocean because there are many rivers that empty into the Arctic basin. "...

How about plastic for dinner? It is showing up in mussels from the Arctic to China, and ending up on our plates

https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-01-03-how-about-plastic-for-dinner-it-is-showing-up-in-mussels-from-the-arctic-to-china-and-ending-up-on-our-plates.html

According to a recent study, mussels from the European Arctic to China are contaminated with “tiny bits of plastic .” ... The plastic then ends up “swirling around the Arctic Ocean.” Lusher added that “microplastics” were found in all the mussels that were studied. "...

Coronavirus leaves 100 scientists STRANDED in the Arctic; closed borders prevent relief from coming in

https://www.naturalnews.com/2020-03-29-coronavirus-leaves-100-scientists-stranded-in-the-arctic.html

MOSAiC organizers are now working to find an icebreaker ship willing to go out into the Arctic Ocean to meet the Polarstern. ... Sources include: DailyMail.co.uk Vice.com Sysselmannen.no 1 Avinor.no WHO.int [PDF] HighNorthNews.com Sysselmannen.no 2 Previous :Hospitals in Paris could be OVERWHELMED by coronavirus patients within 48 hours - More news on Arctic Coronavirus leaves 100 scientists STRANDED in the Arctic; closed borders prevent relief from coming in Brooks ...

Ocean pollution has covered the globe: Seabirds as far away as Alaska are being threatened by microplastics

https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-02-24-ocean-pollution-has-covered-the-globe-seabirds-threatened-by-microplastics.html

She theorized that the microplastics started out as much larger pieces across the ocean. ... Sources include: NewsDeeply.com CDC.gov Previous :Stockpiling perishables: How to store fresh fruits and vegetables for the long term Next : China’s “megadrone” is world’s first autonomous aerial vehicle, carries passengers at 80 mph during test flights - More news on Alaska FOOD STAMP FRAUD: Former head of South Dakota food stamp program ordered to pay $750k for helping states defraud the federal ...

Fukushima radiation may be killing off Alaskan ringed seals and other arctic mammals

https://www.naturalnews.com/034948_fukushima_radiation_arctic_mammals.html

For many months now, Alaskan ringed seals, Pacific walruses, and various other arctic mammals have reportedly been turning up with a mystery disease that manifests itself in the form of oozing skin sores, patchy hair loss, and damaged organs, according to the Alaska Dispatch. ... John Kelley, Professor Emeritus of the University of Alaska's School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences, is leading a team to figure out the precise cause of the now more than 135 dead or diseased seals that ...