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Improving Marine Biodiversity is Crucial

In losing species we lose the productivity
and stability of entire ecosystems
A (short) and powerful science awareness film...below.

According to the Birch Aquarium at Scripps Institution of Oceanography (Where this film is produced) Less than 1% of the oceans of the world are protected from over fishing (or exercise Kelp forest management)...This is a surprisingly correctable problem amidst a dwindling supply of our Earth's fish... In fact the long-term productivity of the seas, is one of the most important ways we can assure the health of our planet...and (perhaps) aid against the future decline and extinction of species...
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Improving Marine Biodiversity is Crucial
If we act now, we may avoid not only a severe decline in sea crops, but harmful algal blooms, ocean dead zones, fish kills, and the coastal flooding which are predicted at the current rate of unaddressed consumption & biodiversity loss... It is hard to believe that Earth may only see 30 more years of sea crops and balance, before experiencing severe shortages...
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