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'Oceans': Life Underwaternew

Oceans takes the nature documentary to a whole new level.
Tucson Weekly  |  Colin Boyd  |  04-28-2010  |  Reviews

'Oceans' Gets a Sea Minusnew

This documentary can’t turn its pretty pictures into a cohesive narrative.
Salt Lake City Weekly  |  Scott Renshaw  |  04-27-2010  |  Reviews

Sea Creatures are People Too: Ocean Documentary Shows the Personalities of its Animals

This year, "Earth Day" (a day to "inspire awareness and appreciation for the Earth's environment") is marked by the release of Oceans, a lush documentary about the magnificent waters that cover more than 70 percent of the earth's surface, and the vast number of creatures that live there.
City Pulse  |  Cole Smithey  |  04-19-2010  |  Reviews

An Unpublished Study Shows the Lethal Effects of the Cosco Busan Oil Spillnew

Federal and state scientists hid from the public the groundbreaking results of a government report on the extreme danger posed to fish by the 2007 Cosco Busan oil spill. Even as they shared them with the companies that control the Cosco Busan.
SF Weekly  |  Peter Jamison  |  02-24-2010  |  Environment

Why Right Now May be Your Best Chance to Eat Oysters for Years to Comenew

Hurricanes Katrina, Rita, Gustav and Ike have limited the Gulf oyster harvest and damaged oyster reefs. And failures in West Coast hatcheries may be the result of an even more disturbing problem.
Houston Press  |  Robb Walsh  |  02-17-2009  |  Food+Drink

Is the Ocean a Victim of Global Warming?new

Scientists are finally in consensus about the reality of global warming, but the common ground ends at the ocean’s edge. I've spoken with some of the best marine scientists on this coast of the Pacific, chased CO2 through three countries, but the disagreement among researchers has only left my mental waters murkier.
Monterey County Weekly  |  Kera Abraham  |  11-14-2008  |  Environment

Is California Witnessing the Return of the Abalone?new

The culture of abalone diving saw its heyday in the 1970s, and even though sea snail searching will never again be the same, a San Miguel Island fishery may be in the works.
Santa Barbara Independent  |  Alastair Bland  |  06-30-2008  |  Animal Issues

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