Oceanography-Open Access

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Genetic Variation in Corals to withstand in High Temperature

Corals reefs are world’s most diverged ecosystem which are very crucial in terms of environment protection and economic benefits. But near about half of the coral has been damaged in last 20 year due to temperature change & ocean acidification which is in high concern of all scientific community. Read more…

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Posted by Kumar - 24/01/2013 at 04:36

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Deep Sea Mining : A New Hope & Challenge in Current Century

Deep Sea Mining came into picture in 1984 Winter issue of U of T Magazine with the story “Deep Sea Excitement” which was the prediction of professor Steve Scott that see floor is the alternative way to fulfil requirement of Minerals demand. Read more…

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Posted by Kumar - 23/01/2013 at 03:59

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Marine Natural Products :A New Hope for Cancer Treatment

Due to the high side effect of synthetic product researchers studied extensively on the secondary metabolites from Marine sources which can be used as potential drugs. Another reason for searching marine source is the biodiversity of source which is abundant. Read more…

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Posted by Kumar - 22/01/2013 at 00:12

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Challenger Deep : A Mission that explored the mystery of Deep Sea

As per the report of American Geophysical Union Conference on Dec-04-2013, a filmmaker & National Geographic Explorer James Cameron who visited the worlds’ deepest ecosystem Mariana Trench and the New Britain Trench by his own designed Read more…

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Posted by Kumar - 08/01/2013 at 07:49

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Spade-Toothed Beaked Whale : A Mystery in Marine Science

A whale of 5 meter length! Can you imagine you may not believe but it’s true. In the history of Marine Science 1st time a complete specimen of Spade-toothed beaked whale of Mesoplodon traversii species found in New Zealand beach which is a milestone for researcher. Read more…

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Posted by Kumar - 19/12/2012 at 06:08

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Silicon Biomineralization in Diatoms: Dependent on pH

A significant portion of global marine primary biogenic silica cycle productivity is attributed to diatoms. Collection of diatoms are utilized as functional weather proxies as well as they an essential constituent of the natural pump in the ocean; Read more…

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Posted by Olivia Brown - 17/12/2012 at 07:56

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