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Twice a year a 1.2 billion year old algae blooms off the coast of Oman into the size of Texas – and it gets bigger every season. Visible from space, NASA and local scientists studying the growing phenomenon believe it is connected to climate change and worry it is a harbinger of whats to come: massive sea changes in marine ecosystems that threaten species, fishing industries, off shore oil extraction, desalination plants and tourist sectors depending on clear blue, not stinky green, waves.
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Dr. Paxton Mann8 mons ago
the sea water is green. I am pity for the pollution
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Do not see any fish. sad:(
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Protect our earth now!
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糙基棒8 mons ago
I know so little about algae bloom.: (
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我都懒的喷8 mons ago
I dived into sea once. :)
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李臣华8 mons ago
Yes. the water is so green......
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7b64f5b16f268 mons ago
👍
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