'Dead zones' could be greatest threat to life in world's oceans
Critically low oxygen levels now pose as great a threat to life in the world's oceans as overfishing and habitat loss, say experts David Adam , environment correspondent guardian.co.uk , With more than 400 ...
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#1 Aug 27, 2008
It's a good read. Our Grand Parents knew this many many years ago, over fishing, allowing other ethnic groups to over fish our own Watermen.
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