Vol 3 No 4 Oceans and Coasts
 
 
Editorial
Heating up
Deep mysteries
Swimming with sharks
TUNZA answers your questions
Ripple effect
Saving fisheries
Protect to prosper
Ocean power
Suffocating the sea
Coast-effective
Winning ways
Finding solutions
Total freedom, endless opportunity
Big responsibility
Raising sights
Meeting my minuscule match
The other corals
Home from home
7 Seas
 

'Each of us carries in our veins a salty stream in which the elements sodium, potassium and calcium are combined in almost the same proportions as in seawater. This is our inheritance from the day, untold millions of years ago, when a remote ancestor, having progressed from the one-celled to the many-celled stage, first developed a circulatory system in which the fluid was merely the water of the sea.'

Rachel Carson

 
UNEP/Topham
A. Pignone/UNEP/Topham
     
 
         
   
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