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World Oceans Day 8 June: The ocean is the most important buffer for CO2 and global warming

World Oceans Day 8 June: The ocean is the most important buffer for CO2 and global warming

The annual World Oceans day is upon us. If we really want to do something about the effect of additional CO2 emissions on climate change we have to look at the oceans according to marine geologist, Professor Gert-Jan Reichart from the Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research and Utrecht University.

What Is The World's Deepest Ocean?

What Is The World's Deepest Ocean?

One look at planet Earth on a map, or based on an image taken from space, ought to convey just how immense and important our oceans are. After all, they cover 72% of the planet’s surface, occupy a total volume of around 1.35 billion cubic kilometers (320 million cu mi), and are essential to life as we know it. And in their great depths, many mysteries still wait to be discovered.