Mako breaks tagged distance record; Sea Turtles worse off than we thought?; Indonesian Seaweed Farmers Sue Thai Oil Company in Australian court; and, Deep Sea Corals can’t help Shallow Corals all on today’s Ocean Talk Friday
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Today I talk about:
1) Mako breaks tagged distance record;
2) Sea Turtles wrose off than we thought?;
3) Indonesian Seaweed Farmers Sue Thai Oil Company in Australian court; and, 4) Deep Sea Corals can’t help Shallow Corals and on today’s Ocean Talk Friday
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Links Discussed in this episode:
A THAI OIL FIRM, INDONESIAN SEAWEED FARMERS AND AUSTRALIAN REGULATORS. WHAT HAPPENED AFTER THE MONTARA OIL SPILL? Tim Henry and Mongabay paint the picture.
- Dr Pim Bongaerts, a Research Fellow at The University of Queensland’s Global Change Institute (GCI) and ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, and lead author of the study, said deep reefs share coral species with the shallow reef, which has led to the idea that deep reefs could be an important source of larvae and help to ‘reseed’ shallow reefs.
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