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    Humpback whales may have bounced back from near-extinction, but it’s too soon to declare them safe

      Olaf Meynecke, Research Fellow in Marine Science, Griffith University The resurgence in humpback whale populations over the past five decades is hailed as one of...

    Hundreds of fish species, including many that humans eat, are consuming plastic

      Alexandra McInturf, University of California, Davis Matthew Savoca, Stanford University Trillions of barely visible pieces of plastic are floating in the world’s oceans, from surface...

    Artificial intelligence must not be allowed to replace the imperfection of human empathy

    Arshin Adib-Moghaddam, Professor in Global Thought and Comparative Philosophies, SOAS, University of London At the heart of the development of AI appears to be a...

    L’ouverture des sciences marines, au service d’un océan bien commun de l’humanité

    Nadège Legroux, Doctorante AFD-SENS, Agence française de développement (AFD) et Stéphanie Leyronas, Chargée de recherche sur les communs, Agence française de développement (AFD)   450 ans –...

    Exploring the Indian Ocean as a rich archive of history – above and below the water line

      Isabel Hofmeyr, University of the Witwatersrand   Charne Lavery, University of Pretoria   On many beaches around the Indian Ocean, keen observers may spot bits of broken pottery....

    Mauritius oil spill: how coral reefs, mangroves and seagrass could be affected

    Sivajyodee Sannassy Pilly, Bangor University; John Turner, Bangor University, and Ronan Roche, Bangor University   Sometimes bad things happen in the worst possible places – like...

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