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Marine Ecology

Marine Ecology

Study on coral degradation

St. Martin's may be depleted of coral by 2045

The country's only coral island, Saint Martin’s, may be depleted of coral by 2045, reveals a study

St. Martin's Island

No oil on dolphins washed up near Mauritius spill: Autopsy report

Environmentalists are urgently seeking an explanation for the mysterious deaths of 27 dolphins which washed ashore on Wednesday and Thursday, to determine whether they were killed by the spill

A carcass of a dolphin washed up on shore at the Grand Sable, Mauritius on 26 August 2020

COVID-19 shows silver linings on change of global climate efforts: PM

Prime minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday said that although COVID-19 pandemic has severely affected economy along with the health issues, it is also showing some silver linings on the change of ...

COVID-19 shows silver linings on change of global climate efforts: PM

Marine life under threat as oxygen levels drop

The loss of oxygen from the ocean due to climate change risks "dire effects" on sea life, fisheries and coastal communities, a global conservation body said Saturday.The International Union for the ...

Marine life under threat as oxygen levels drop

Largest bee since 1981 spotted

A team of researchers spotted the world's giant bee which is as big as a human thumb, in Indonesia for the first time since 1981, the media reported on Friday.The team -- natural history photographer ...

Largest bee since 1981 spotted

Signal 3 at maritime ports

Maritime ports in Chattogram, Cox's Bazar, Mongla and Payra have been advised to hoist local cautionary signal no 3 as the low over north bay and adjoining area has intensified into a well-marked low ...

Signal 3 at maritime ports

World's fish consumption unsustainable: UN

A third of the world's oceans are overfished and fish consumption is at an all-time high, raising fears over the sustainability of a key source of protein for millions around the world, the United ...

World's fish consumption unsustainable: UN

Irrawaddy dolphins making ‘historic’ rebound

The population of Cambodia’s critically endangered river dolphin is growing for the first time in decades, conservations said Monday, hailing a major turnaround for the freshwater species.The ...

Irrawaddy dolphins making ‘historic’ rebound

St. Martin's ecosystem threatened

Environment officers of different government agencies on Sunday warned that after years of unchecked pollution and excessive tourism, St. Martin's, the country's sole coral island on the Bay of ...

St. Martin's ecosystem threatened

Krill could prove secret weapon in ocean plastics battle

They might be at the bottom of the food chain, but krill could prove to be a secret weapon in the fight against the growing threat of plastic pollution in the world’s oceans.New research Friday ...

Krill could prove secret weapon in ocean plastics battle
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