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  • “In the lifetime of a single whale we went from an ocean with no plastic to hundreds of thousands of tons of it.” - National Geographic
  • A dead sperm whale — described as 46 feet long and weighing more than 20 tons — washed up on a Scottish beach in a "grim reminder of the effects of plastic debris in the marine environment," a researcher said. It had 220 pounds of debris in its stomach. - The New York Times
  • Marie Tharp may be one of the most under-appreciated scientists in the history of the earth sciences. Here's why. - National Geographic
  • LUCKY DOG: New video shows a Coast Guard crew rescuing a dog off Fort Myers Beach, Florida, after it was spotted swimming in the ocean far from shore, with one crew member telling the pup, "you're the best person I've ever rescued." - World News Tonight
  • A dead whale that washed up on a beach in Scotland had about 220 pounds of rope, netting and plastic in its stomach - New York Times World
  • A conveyor belt of ocean water that loops the planet and regulates global temperatures could be heading for a tipping point - National Geographic
  • "At the current rate, the Arctic Ocean will be ice free in 20 years" Ummm.... - Mike Guy
  • A new study has found that the Arctic has warmed 1.35 degrees F in just the last decade. By comparison, the Earth as a whole has warmed by nearly the same amount over the past 137 years. At its current rate, the Arctic Ocean will be ice-free in 20 years - WIRED
  • Transmissible cancers, though they do not naturally occur in people, are more common in animals than previously believed—especially in the ocean - National Geographic
  • There are a million times more microplastics in the ocean than we thought - Fast Company
  • The Ocean's health is in deep trouble, Peter Thomson writes. Here's how you can help - TIME
  • It is one of the already active nine tipping points of the climate system; many know it from the Hollywood movie The Day After Tomorrow. And the AMOC is weakening. - Stefan Rahmstorf
  • BREAKING: Climate activist Greta Thunberg has arrived by catamaran in the port of Lisbon after a three-week voyage across the Atlantic Ocean from the United States. - The Associated Press
  • “Ocean protection is climate action – if we can save our ocean, it can save us.” #protecttheoceans - Greenpeace
  • Clarkson on Greta: 'I think she's a weird Swede with a bad temper. Nothing will be achieved by sailing across the ocean in a diesel-powered yacht, and then lying about the diesel engine.' - Tom Nelson
  • "Save the shark!" A shark tangled in fishing wire and stranded on a beach was freed with some help from bystanders, and pulled back into the ocean where it swims off safely. - ABC News
  • Increases in computing power have spurred the development of models that use tighter grids and can therefore capture the movement of the ocean at the mesoscale. At this scale, swirling, circulating currents of water can be modelled. - Nature
  • Alicia Keys covered Billie Eilish's "Ocean Eyes" - Rolling Stone
  • Greta Thunberg arrives in Portugal after a three-week voyage across the Atlantic Ocean. “We fight for not only ourselves, but for our children and for our grandchildren and for every single living being on earth,” the climate activist says - TIME

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